If you are a lover of exquisite places, then Mysore is for you. Visit Tipu Sultan's Palace to admire the rich taste and Vrindavan gardens for evening entertainment. Check out magnificent paintings at Jaganmohan Palace & Art Gallery. Go for a hitchhiking at Chamundi hills and also seek the blessings of the goddess. Throughout the day, relish at authentic South Indian dishes served. Mysore offers people to go shopping, it offers beautiful textile material, silk saris, its sandalwood products and artefacts are famous across the world. The distance is approximately 117 km, and it takes about 3 hours to reach via car from Mysore to KukkeSubramanya. Located in the heart of Karnataka, Kukkesubramanya temple is one of the most pristine temples visited each year by millions of pilgrims. It has a rich history attached to it. The beautiful nature surrounds it giving a picturesque view to the temple. While visiting the temple one could also visit BalpaThrishulini temple, Mallalli falls, Bisleghat viewpoint. The journey provides an opportunity to people to re-connect with their selves amidst the nature.
Distance between Mysore and Kukke Subramanya is and the average travel time is using a cab.
Mysore is one of the popular cultural tourist destinations in India. It is also a prominent industrial hub that houses many industries like IT, automobile and textiles. Mysore has numerous heritage and archaeological sites that entice visitors from far and wide. The city is located close to important eco-tourist destinations and popular hill stations.
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The Kukke Subramanya situated in the village of Subramanya in Dakshina Kannada, Karnataka is a famous Hindu temple dedicated to Subrahmanya as the lord of all serpents. The popular pilgrim destination is accessible via road from cities like Mangalore, Bangalore, Mysore, Dharamasthala etc. Bus services as well as cab rental services at reasonable car fares are available to Kukke. The nearest airbase is the Mangalore International Airport, some 115 kms away. The closest railway station Subrahmanya Road Railway Station, 7 kms away on the Mangalore-Bangalore route. One may get into the local transport services from the station, which takes 15 minutes to Kukke at the cost of 15 rupees per head. The Savaari taxi hire service is the best option to explore in and around Kukke Subramanyam. Kukke Subramanya is a perfect blend of religious shrines and scenic landscapes..
Beside the main shrine of Kukke Subramanya, a number of religious shrines are located in and around it-Somanatha Temple Agrahara, Basaveshwar Temple Kulkunda, Hari Hareshwara Temple, Vanadurga Devi Temple, Kashikatte Ganapathi, Adi Subrahmanya, Hosoligamma, Kukke-Subrahmanya etc. dedicated to different Gods and Godesses. The peak of Kumaraparvatha, with an altitude of 4000 feet is situated 15 kms from Kukke is worth visiting as it provides a panoramic view to the unfolding verdant vales below. The six faced Shivlingas known as Kumaralingas can be seen here. The Yadakumeri Railway tunnels, a striking number of 56, situated near Kukke is a trekker halt. The Kumaradhara River cascading through the region is believed to be a sacred river and pilgrims dip into it before entering the temple. The Biladwara Cave situated on the route between Kukke Subramanya and Kumaradhara is another tourist attraction site. Tourists can hire Savaari cab rental services for a comfortable visit to all the places.