Madhwa Navami or Madhwa Navami is celebrated with utmost gaiety on Magha Shukla Navami day. This day commemorates the journey of Madhwacharya to Badarikashrama. Madhwa Navami 2020 date is February 3. On this day Madhwacharya, the exponent of Dwaita philosophy, went to meet his Guru Veda Vyasa at Badrinath and disappeared. On Madhva Navami day, […]
Sri Krishna Janmashtami, birthday of Lord Sri Krishna, is the most jubilant occasion to watch in world famous Udupi Sri Krishna temple. Extravaganza of Sri Krishna Leelotsav in Sri Krishna Math attracts thousands of devotees from all along Karnataka and surrounding states like Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, and Goa. In 2019, Sri Krishna […]
Vittal Pindi at Vittal Pindi at Udupi Sri Krishna Temple during Janmashtami is a grand celebration. In 2019, Vittal Pindi date is August 24. Sri Krishna Leelotsava and Vittal Pindi are the two big festivities conducted on the following day of Janmashtami festival. Owing to differences in the panchangas, the Janmashtami will be celebrated both […]
Sri Krishna temple is situated in the heart of Udupi in the district of Udupi, in the state of Karnataka in South India. The Chief deity of this temple is Lord Krishna and his consorts are none. The holy tree of this temple is none. The holy water of this temple is Madhwapushkarani. The agamam […]
Udupi Sri Krishna Matha is located in the district of Udupi in the state of Karnataka in South India. The primary deity is Lord Krishna. The temple’s architectural styles reflect Dravidian architecture. According to the historians and local legends, this shrine was built around 13th Century. It is to be noted that in the town […]
Here are the images of Udupi Sri Krishna Temple, Karnataka. The Udupi Sri Krishna Matha resembles a living ashram. The most ancient temple in Udupi being made of basic wood and stone of 1500 years origin.
Paryaya or Udupi Paryaya festival is a bi-annual celebration observed in January when a Peetadhipathi takes over the Krishna Pooja Paryaya at Shri Krishna Mutt for next two years. In 2012, Paryaya festival date is January 18 when Sode Mutt Seer Shri Vishwavallabha Theertha will take over the Sri Krishna Puja at Udupi temple till […]
Udupi Paryaya festival is a bi-annual celebration observed in the month of January when Shiruru Peetadhipathi or the Head of Shirur Matha ascends the Paryaya Pitha at the Shri Krishna Mutt and Udupi Krishna temple. Udupi Paryaya 2010 date is January 18 and the celebrations or rituals have already begun in Udupi and Shirur. This […]