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Chandramoulishwar Temple

Udupi District, Udupi 576101, India
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Ancient Siva Temple

This is just in front of Sri Krishna’ Temple. It is customary to visit this temple before visiting... read more

Reviewed March 17, 2018
pln111
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Hyderabad, India
Where Moon Penanced

This is the place where chandra penanced for removal of curse on him. Lord Siva appeared and shown... read more

Reviewed February 16, 2018
kiran p
,
Bengaluru, India
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Udupi District, Udupi 576101, India
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"below ground level"
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"kerala style"
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Reviewed 17 March 2018

This is just in front of Sri Krishna’ Temple. It is customary to visit this temple before visiting Sri Krishna ‘s Temple. Siva Linga here symbolizes Lord Siva who appeared here in response to a penance performed by Moon God to cure from Daksha’s curse,...More

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Reviewed 16 February 2018

This is the place where chandra penanced for removal of curse on him. Lord Siva appeared and shown the way to overcome. It is believed that Udupi got its name because of chandra only. This temple is just opposite to Krishna Matt. Piligrims used to...More

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Reviewed 15 February 2018

UDUPI is a very famous temple town. Lord KRISHNA is the Aaradhya Devate at KRISHNA MATHA. As per the stala purana, the name UDUPI is derived as per the following story. CHANDRA was cursed by Rishies for his mischievous behavior. CHANDRA pleaded with the Rishies...More

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Reviewed 11 February 2018 via mobile

Shri Chandramoulishwara Temple in the Temple town Udupi is dedicated to divine Lord Shiva. This temple is said to be prayed at by the Pancha-Pandavas during the Mahabharata era. The architecture is very unique and is popular among the locals as well as tourists. It...More

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Reviewed 6 February 2018

Chandramouleeshwara temple dedicated to Lord Shiva is located right in front of Sri.Krishna Mutt temple. The word Udupi was derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words "Udu" meaning "stars" and "Pa" meaning "lord." Udupi thus means the land of the "lord of the stars,"-Moon....More

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Reviewed 26 January 2018

Chandramouleeshwara temple dedicated to Lord Shiva is located right in front of Sri.Krishna Mutt temple. This temple is said to have been built after the construction of the Anantheshwara Temple. As per the literary work Madhwa Vijaya, this temple was known as Moodu Devalaya as...More

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Reviewed 18 January 2018

The main deity is lord siva worshipped as chandramoulishwarar in linga rub ham as chandran. ,the moon worshipped siva here.it's said that we are supposed to worship siva here and then anandhapadmanabha temple and then the srikrishnar at matt in udupi.this is very near in...More

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Reviewed 4 January 2018 via mobile

A must visit place in Udupi, it is right in front of Sri Krishna mutt temple, though it's surrounded by handicrafts/ souvenir shops. This temple is about 6 feet below ground level (though never flooded in recorded history) and built in Kerala style wooden architecture....More

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Reviewed 30 December 2017

This is one another ancient temple in Udipi. This is very less crowded and you can take few mins to visit this temple if you are in the Krishna Matt

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Reviewed 15 November 2017

It is bang opposite the Sri Krishna Temple.Like most of the temples in north karnataka,this temple is built in the style of Kerala temples.You can see the idol very clearly.well maintained.must see .

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