Sullia/Beltangady/Kundapur: Devotees throng temples of coastal districts during weekend in droves

Daijiworld Media Network - Sullia/Beltangady/Kundapur (MS)

Sullia/Betangady/Kundapur, May 28: A large number of devotees visited the main temples of coastal districts on the last weekend of the summer holidays.

Kukke Subramanya temple saw a huge queue of devotees right from the morning on Saturday. Long queues of vehicles were also seen on the highway. In the evening more devotees arrived. The car street of the Kukke Temple was filled with a sea of devotees.

Many devotees were seen visiting the main temples of Dharmasthala, Kokkada and Ujire of Dakshina Kannada district. Lodges at  Dharmasthala were full. Thousands of devotees had darshan of Lord Manjunatha on Saturday. On Sunday and Monday also more devotees are expected to visit Dharmasthala.

More than 20,000 devotees visited the renowned Sri Mookambika Temple at Kollur. Vehicular movement got disrupted at roads leading to Kollur and near the temple due to a large number of vehicles that arrived from outstation districts and other states. Police and temple authorities had a tough time negotiating the huge number of devotees.

Numerous devotees paid a visit to Udupi Sri Krishna Temple and Anegudde Sri Vinayaka Temple also.




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  • Alwyn, Canada

    Sun, May 28 2023

    People are getting religious and closer to god. Pray for peace and good rain . Finally congress is in power now and everyone will have better prospects and opportunities to live a peaceful and normal life again.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Raheja Waterfront

    Sun, May 28 2023

    We pray to the Almighty for good monsoons ...

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  • TK, dubai

    Mon, May 29 2023

    If not we need to find 2 kappes (frogs) and marry them to please da rain god abdulla...😁

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