Kumar parvatha

This mountain is in the western that, and it is above 4000 height. It is towards the east of the temple To reach the mountaith. Peak, one has to cross 18k.m. distance. This is a worth seeing place, one will enjoy the real beauty. This is possible, who ar having…

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Kulkunda

This is just two miles, away from the temple, cattle fair is very famous. We cannot see such a big fair any where in the district. This fair runs for a period of 15 days, i.e, from karthika shoudha lami to karthika bahula Amavasya. cattle from different places gather here, and they sell to malbar…

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Matsya theertha

It is one and half mile away from the temple. Ttis is very deep and we can find number of fishes. Hence it is being called matsyateertha. This is the place where the Avabratha of sri subrahmanya swami takes, the devotees do not fall to take bath here.

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Kumardhara River

Fromerly this was called Maheenadi and then Dara. This a speciality of its own. The water of this river was used for anointing kumarswamy, then it is called kumarhdhara. Once if a man who is affected by skin disease is taken bath here, soon that will wash away. It is having a…

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Biladwara

It is very near to the main temple. This is a most sacted place. This is on the way to kumardhara. Vasuki hid here and prayed to Garuda. There are two ways to the cave, viz, one from the south and the other from north. The tunnel that goes to…

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Kashikatte

Here we can see the temples of Anjaneya and Ganapathi. It is just half k.m. away from the temple A big Baniyan tree is here and this is providing shelter to visitors. A warm wel­come is given here to sages and big personali­ties. This custom is followed since ancient times.…

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Adi Subrahmanya

Adi subrahmanya situated on the northern side of the outer wall of the temple. Here we see a great ‘valmia’ (anthill) in the sanctuary, worship and offerings are regularly done here. NItya pooje Nandadeep and Naivedya are com-monly done here. Devoted will never miss to visit this temple. It is just 220 yards from the temple.…

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