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A shrine palce

The temple is very shrine and a very peaceful place. One must get some time for peace and this is... read more

Reviewed 31 March 2018
raks125
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Bengaluru, India
Hari Hara Sangama temple

Shankaranarayana Temple is located at the distance of 45 Kms from Udupi & 25 Kms from Kundapura... read more

Reviewed 20 April 2017
Venubayar
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Bengaluru, India
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Reviewed 6 April 2018 via mobile

It's a place with great historical importance and its one of the unique temples because here both shiva and vishnu are worshipped together(as the name suggests). If you visit please ask for sthala purana.

Thank Raghavendrau16
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Reviewed 31 March 2018

The temple is very shrine and a very peaceful place. One must get some time for peace and this is the place . I have been to the temple once and it was a very peaceful place.

Thank raks125
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Reviewed 20 April 2017

Shankaranarayana Temple is located at the distance of 45 Kms from Udupi & 25 Kms from Kundapura. It is one of the saptha kshetra's in coastal karnataka. The main deity is udbhava linga & considered to have Shankara (Hara) & Narayana (Hari). Water is always present near these lingas. There is a pond in front of the temple called Koti teertha where pilgrims perform teertha snana & pitru tarpana.

The temple premises were renovated recently and is neat & clean. Public transport is available. The temple staff are friendly and helping in nature.

Thank Venubayar
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Reviewed 9 March 2016

Little far off from Udupi proper, but transport is available.we had rented a car, so we halted there and came after good darshan of Lord Shankarnarayana. divine feeling to see the God.

5  Thank JaiLaxmiGanesh
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Reviewed 4 March 2016

We visited this temple, as our relative had kept puja there. we liked the place and deity is just beautiful with divine look ie of Lord Shiva , we feel nice to look at it.

Thank shivurmi
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Reviewed 6 February 2016

This is a very unique temple where Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu both are in a Linga shape and are besides one another and located at a depth of one feet from the ground level. The Shankara Linga is round in shape while the Narayana Linga is flat in shape with footprints of Kamadhenu, the holy cow. A stream of water keeps flowing across the lingas at all time of the year and the level of the water flowing remains steady and same at all times. The lingas are considered to be Udbava (naturally formed).

As the Lingas are 1 foot below the ground level the same was not visible to devotees. The pandits of the temple used to place a mirror on the ground level in an angle so that devotees could see the reflection of the LIngams. However, post the renovation of the temple in 2013 these Lingas are covered and faceds of Lord Shankara and Lord Narayana are placed on it. Also an idol which is half Shankara and half Narayan is placed behind the Lingas and currently all the rituals are carried out to this idol. There is a huge pushkarni opposite to the temple.

The temple has a refreshing looking post the renovation. The terracotta paintings on the walls of the temple depicting the mythological characters are just amazing to see with the illuminations in the darkness.

Shankarnarayan is on the route from Kundapura to Agumbe and is just 5 kms from Halady village. You will come across an arch in the town from where the temple is just a few yards away. If you are travelling from Sringeri to Kollur as you come down to Someshwara, after Agumbe ghat section, you need to take a deviation to Kollur. As you travel further towards Kollur you will come across Halady village from where you can reach Shankaranarayan temple. Travellers from Udupi need to deviate at Hebbri to reach Halady and then Shankaranarayana temple.

The temple is open from 7 am to 1 pm and 5 pm to 8.30 pm. No prasadam is served in temple as of now. It is worth visiting this temple especially after the recent renovation.

4  Thank TravelExplorer_2005
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