Moodbidri - Varanga Jain Tirth Temple Tour Package from Mangalore (01N/02D)

Package Name: Moodbidri - Varanga Jain Tirth Temple Tour Package from Mangalore
Duration: 01 Night and 02 Days
Places covered: Moodbidri and Varanga
Transporatation: Exclusive A/c Cab
Day 01 : Mangalore - Moodbidri
Moodbidri - Varanga Jain Tirth Temple Tour Package from MangaloreOur representative will welcome you at Mangalore Airport or Railway station and transfer to Moodbidri - one of the important religious centers for Jains nestled in the nature's beauty. Moodbidri is popularly known as Jain Kashi because the town houses 18 beautiful Basadis (Jain temples); sacred scriptures of Jainism, the Dhawalas found in their original form on palm leaves 4500 in number. On arrival at Moodbidri, check in to the hotel and then visit Tribhuvan Tilak Chudamani Basadi (also called as Thousand Pillar Temple or Hosa Basadi) is richly carved in the Vijayanagar style and is the largest basadi compared to other Basadis in Moodbidri. Then visit other Basadis, Amongst the 18 Basadi, the most famous are Hire Basadi (Ammanavara Basadi), Shettara Basadi, Leppada Basadi, Guru Basadi (formerly called as Parshwanatha Basadi), Derammashetti Basadi, Patashala Basadi, Kallu Basadi and other remaining Jain Basadis. Return to the hotel and overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 02 : Moodbidri - Varanga - Mangalore
Moodbidri - Varanga Jain Tirth Temple Tour Package from MangaloreIn the morning, at 6.30AM visit Badaga Basadi, the 16 century temple housing idol of Lord Chandranatha. Return to the hotel and then check out the hotel and drive to Varanga, a popular Jain pilgrim center nestled in the nature beauty. This beautiful village houses most ancient and wonderful Basadis. On arrival at Varanga, visit 1200 year old Neminatha Basadi, Chandranatha Basadi and Kere Basadi. Kere Basadi is main attraction of the place and situated in the midst of a gentle green lake in Varanga. It seems like a lotus in a pond. This basadi is also called as Jalamandir and can be reached in a small wooden boat. Varanga Kere BasadiTranquil lake contrasts well with the sharp quadrilateral architecture of the basadi and gentle swaying hills at the distance. The Kere Basadi is dedicated to Lord Parshwanath, the 23rd Tirthankara and also houses Lord Shanthinatha, Lord Ananthanatha and Lord Neminatha in Kayotsarga posture facing four different directions. Then drive to Mangalore. On arrival at Mangalore, you will be dropped at a designated point in Mangalore. Trip ends with the delightful memories of Moodbidri - Varanga Jain Tirth Temple Tour Package from Mangalore.

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