Kukke Shree Subramanya Temple

Kukke Shree Subramanya Temple

Kukke Shree Subramanya Temple
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  • chithracb
    Bengaluru, India680 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Sarbha dosha nivriddhi sthalam.
    Visited this place 5 days back. From Bangalore we took a train, got down at Subramanya road station. From the station the temple is nearly 12kms. The temple is in the village called Kukke. The main deity is Lord Subramanya. This temple is popular for couples seeking child. Naga dosha or Sarbha dosha nivrithi is an important ritual in this temple. A bath in the river Kumaradhara is considered holy. We had a dip in the river. Had a very good Darshan. The prasadam in the temple is kalkandu and Laddu. Beautiful wooden carvings around the sanctum sanctorum. A must visit temple. There is another temple,Aadhi Subramanya temple closely.
    Visited April 2023
    Travelled as a couple
    Written 29 April 2023
  • kalaks
    Bengaluru, India170 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Pilgrimage
    Drive from Sakleshpur via Dharmasthala. Scenic drive enjoying the beauty of Western Ghats. As it was raining on and off, it added to the beauty. Mesmerizing view of nature. Though we went on a weekend, the temple wasn't that much crowded. Took ₹100 darshan ticket. Wait time was around 30 minutes as it was closed for maha pooja. Visited next day too.. No waiting. Immediate darshan.A divine place..
    Visited August 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 8 August 2023
  • hayagreeva
    San Jose, California64 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    A temple steeped in traditional devotion.
    An old temple nestled among picturesque hills of Dakshina Kannada district. They offer some unique poojas like Sarpa Sankara and Ashlesha Bali that you have to book in advance. Before going check if there is a major event like Laksha Deepotsava in the temple or even in the Dharmasthala nearby. Place gets terribly overcrowded on such ocassions. Also be aware of the dress code requirements. Men must take off shirts and banians, women must be fully covered in traditional Indian dress like a saree or salwar.
    Visited December 2023
    Travelled with friends
    Written 17 December 2023
  • Gurudev R
    Bengaluru, India217 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Divinity and traditions at Subramanya temple
    Very traditional, well maintained, not so crowded on a January Monday, we reached in less than 3 hours from Mangalore. It's in the beautiful dakshina kannara district of Karnataka. Bangalore to Mangalore trains also stop at Subramanya station. Removal of shirts, and banian for male members is compulsory. Reputed temple for sarpa Dosha rituals and can be booked online. Special darshan tickets are also available for cutting short the wait time.In all a great divine experience and we could come out of the temple in just 3 hours. Must see.
    Visited January 2024
    Travelled as a couple
    Written 16 January 2024
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Gurudev R
Bengaluru, India217 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2024 • Couples
Very traditional, well maintained, not so crowded on a January Monday, we reached in less than 3 hours from Mangalore. It's in the beautiful dakshina kannara district of Karnataka. Bangalore to Mangalore trains also stop at Subramanya station. Removal of shirts, and banian for male members is compulsory. Reputed temple for sarpa Dosha rituals and can be booked online. Special darshan tickets are also available for cutting short the wait time.In all a great divine experience and we could come out of the temple in just 3 hours. Must see.
Written 16 January 2024
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Rahul D
San Francisco, CA10 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2023 • Friends
I have been meaning to visit this temple for a long time. I had always heard people rave about the scenic beauty of the place and the spiritual aura of the temple. We were in Sakleshpur for the winter break and used the opportunity to visit the temple for a day trip en route to Dharmasthala. We took the Bangalore mangalore highway - the road seemed to be in disrepair in that stretch and vehicle movement was hard due to ghats section. Since we chose to drive very early in the morning we didn’t face too many traffic challenges. We took a left turn towards Kukke on the bandadka-bengaluru road which was quite scenic with dense green foliage on both sides for a majority of the duration. The temple town is small and charming and in the early hours the crowd was thin. We could notice a few devotees doing Anga Pradakshina ( devotees roll lying on the road from far distance to the temple premises ). There was a makeshift tent arrangements for an upcoming event. The main temple structure seemed very familiarly Dravidian architecture with its majestic Gopura towering towards the skies flanked by the verdant green hills. After depositing our footwear we headed to the darshan.

Given the time of the day we were lucky to queue up and have our darshan in a relatively quick time. The crowd was well behaved and the processes were all well organized leading to a peaceful spiritual experience.

The interiors of the temple premise has a bit of a feel of a Kerala temple with lots of wood and tiles. Overall it was a super pleasant experience and I recommend people to add this to their list of places to visit when in the area
Written 27 December 2023
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hayagreeva
San Jose, CA64 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2023 • Friends
An old temple nestled among picturesque hills of Dakshina Kannada district. They offer some unique poojas like Sarpa Sankara and Ashlesha Bali that you have to book in advance. Before going check if there is a major event like Laksha Deepotsava in the temple or even in the Dharmasthala nearby. Place gets terribly overcrowded on such ocassions. Also be aware of the dress code requirements. Men must take off shirts and banians, women must be fully covered in traditional Indian dress like a saree or salwar.
Written 17 December 2023
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kalaks
Bengaluru, India170 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2023 • Family
Drive from Sakleshpur via Dharmasthala. Scenic drive enjoying the beauty of Western Ghats. As it was raining on and off, it added to the beauty. Mesmerizing view of nature.
Though we went on a weekend, the temple wasn't that much crowded. Took ₹100 darshan ticket. Wait time was around 30 minutes as it was closed for maha pooja. Visited next day too.. No waiting. Immediate darshan.A divine place..
Written 9 August 2023
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Niranjan G
Bangalore, Karnataka, India5 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2023 • Couples
Very well maintained temple. Worth the visit. Good vibe of the place. Feel satisfied.

Hope to visit again.
Written 4 August 2023
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Sangeetha Anbalagan
Bengaluru, India1,746 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2023 • Family
On 2nd June'23, myself along with my parents & son got to visit Kukke Subramanya temple from Sri Ramakrishna Mutt, Mangalore.

The presiding deity of the temple is Lord Karthikeya, who is the lord of all serpents, is worshipped here as Lord Subramanya. This temple is located in the heart of Subramanya, in Dakshina Kannada.

This temple is considered to be the abode of 'nagas', and pooja or prayer here is offered to Lord Subramanya, alone with the serpent king Vasuki. Kukke Subramanya is also considered to be the ultimate place to attain salvation for all those who are suffering from any kind of Naga Doshas.

We have offered our pranams & had good dharshan at the temple.
Written 16 June 2023
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Getaway53036593294
Bengaluru, India2 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2023
Visit to this shrine is always a blessing and this time it was no different..We had one of the best darshans ever..
Written 22 May 2023
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chithracb
Bengaluru, India680 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2023 • Couples
Visited this place 5 days back. From Bangalore we took a train, got down at Subramanya road station. From the station the temple is nearly 12kms. The temple is in the village called Kukke. The main deity is Lord Subramanya. This temple is popular for couples seeking child. Naga dosha or Sarbha dosha nivrithi is an important ritual in this temple. A bath in the river Kumaradhara is considered holy. We had a dip in the river. Had a very good Darshan. The prasadam in the temple is kalkandu and Laddu. Beautiful wooden carvings around the sanctum sanctorum. A must visit temple. There is another temple,Aadhi Subramanya temple closely.
Written 30 April 2023
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TheWorldNut
Bangalore District, India592 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2023
Kukke Subramanya temple is located in the heart of the western ghats, amidst the lush greenery. The temple holds high ranks in terms of religion but does need to have more in terms of places to eat and stay. Also it can get super crowded and devotees spend a lot of time in the queue. Best is to leave the footwear in the car, the carpet paved from upto the car parking lot to the temple helps with the heat on the cemented path. Roads either from Mangalore or from Hassan are in good shape and go through the famous and green rainforests of Bisle ghat.
Written 24 April 2023
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Dinkar
5 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2023 • Friends
Devotional place . Must visit place coverd with all lush and greenery all way along , you will find rubber tree along the road.
Driving on road enjoyed alot
Written 9 April 2023
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