Shri Vinayaka Shankaranarayana Durgamba temple

Shri Vinayaka Shankaranarayana Durgamba temple

Situated on the banks on Netravathi river the Shri Vinayaka Shankaranarayana Durgamba temple is fascinating not only for its artistic and scenic view but also for the spiritual energy it provides for the visitiors. It is the Sanctum-Sanctorum of thousands of devotees from all over the world.


Devotees whole-heartedly participate in the grand age-old JATHRA MAHOTSAVA and many other religious activities conducted at the Kshethra.

In spite of this natural deterioration the Kshethra has maintained its OLD GLORY through its numerous religion and social activities. Under the able guideness of Shri A.C.Bhandary, the current Managing Trustee of the Temple, development works are going in a rapid phase.

The newly built all purpose "NANDA DEEPA" AUDITORIUM, the spacious new Bhojanashala, "The Community Tower", have all added new glory to the historically famous Kshethra. The Thirtha Mantap and Gharbhagudi of the Lord Vinayaka, Lord Shankara Narayana, Lord Shri Durgamba have been remodeled. New Main Entrance to the Temple and Swagatha Gopuram at the Entrance have been built. Also a new erection of a Brass Covered Holy Flag Pole is done. Much more development activities are planned at the Kshethra.

"AKHAYA, NEYHRAVATHI", which caters to the Mid-day meals program and FREE MEDICAL CHECK-UP CAMP has also been set up at the Kshethra to serve the people of the region.

Address of this Devine Temple

Shri Kshethra Nandavara,

P.O.Panemangalore-574 231,

Bantwal, Dakshina Kannada.

Karnataka, India

Phone : 08255-280091,280891

External links


3 km from Marnabailu.

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