Tag: karnataka tourism
A Pilgrims Progress
I am at Kumardhara at Subramanya in Dakhina Kannada district. My early memory of this place was thick forests; one would see snakes in abundance. Local families extended hospitality to the pilgrims. The temple in itself had been so rooted in the jungle it was dedicated to a live snake hill. It was considered auspicious…
Originally posted on Parwatisingari's Weblog: the Rajyalakshmi Idol with the simhasana chowka in front The Kondeshwara swamy gardi at Barkuru, finds its link to the legendary throne of Vikramaditya. Once upon time lived a king Vikramaditya., we have all heard this line and the stories featuring him. The Vetala Panchvimshati and the Simhasana Dwatrimshika.…
The Fort At Barkur.