About Sri Bhagandeshwara Temple
This Kerala style temple is situated at the confluence of three holy rivers - Cauvery, Sujyothi, and Kannike. The confluence is famous as Triveni Sangama and is a very significant pilgrimage site.
The temple is dedicated to Lord Subramanya, Lord Narayana, and Lord Bhagandeshwara and is said to be more than a thousand year old. Over the rule of various dynasties in the past, the temple has been renovated from time to time and presently, it is still a well-maintained temple proving the test of time and attracting flocks of devotees every day.
If you attend the Pooja, the priests would explain the brief meaning behind every action and the historical story of idol installation. Sri Bhagandeshwara Temple is one of the ‘must-go’ places to visit in Coorg.
The temple remains closed from 1:30 to 2:30 PM and the food is available to devotees and worshipers as well. As a visitor, it is our duty to maintain the peace and tranquillity of the place and let the positive aura reach to everyone who comes to worship.
Location: Bhagamandala, Karnataka 571201
Best Time to visit: October to April
Entry fee: Entry is free.
Timings: 6 Am to 6 PM on all days of the week.
Average time required to visit the place: Not more than 30 minutes.
Distance from Madikeri Bus Stand: Approximately 36 KM.
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