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Kumbhashi

Anegudde
Village

Sri Vinayaka Temple
Anegudde
Anegudde
Location in Karnataka, India

Coordinates: 13°33′50″N 74°42′11″E / 13.564°N 74.703°E / 13.564; 74.703Coordinates: 13°33′50″N 74°42′11″E / 13.564°N 74.703°E / 13.564; 74.703

Country  India
State Karnataka
Region Tulu Nadu
District Udupi
Languages
 • Official Kannada
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
Vehicle registration KA-20

Anegudde is a village in the Kundapura taluk of Udupi district, India. The village is also known as Kumbashi . It lies en route from Udupi towards Kundapura on the NH 17.

Etymology

While the name Kumbhasi is said to be derived from Kumbhasura, who was slain here. The story behind the name goes like this…. Long ago when this area was hit by drought, sage Agasthya came here to perform yagna to please the rain god. During that time the demon Kumbhasura tried to disrupt the yagna by troubling sages performing the yagna. To rescue the sages Lord Ganesha blessed Bheema, the strongest among the Pandavas(In their exile period) with a sword, using which Bheema killed the demon and facilitated the completion of the yagna. Hence the name Kumbashi! The name Anegudde comes from Aane (elephant) and Gudde (hillock), as it is the abode of the elephant-headed god, Sri Vinayaka.

One of the best known Ganesha temples in Udupi District is that of Shri Maha Ganapathi at Anegudde. Anegudde is one of the seven ‘Mukti Sthalas’ (Parashurama Kshetra)in coastal Karnataka.

Here, Lord Ganapathi is also called, ‘Siddhi Vinakaya’ and ‘Sarva Siddhi Pradaayaka’, the provider of all boons. People come here with all kinds of wishes. The Lord Vinayaka here is said to fulfill all the wishes of his devotees.

How to reach

Kumbhasi is located on the NH-17 ( now NH-66 ) at a distance of 96 km from Mangalore, 9 km from Kundapur, and 30 km from Udupi. Kumbhasi is located about 400 km from the state capital Bengaluru.

Frequent bus service is available from Mangalore /Udupi /Kundapur to Kumbhasi.

One can either walk from Kumbashi bus stand using the stairs or hire an autorickshaw to reach Anegudde temple at the top of the hill.

The nearest airport is at Bajpe near Mangalore. The nearest railway station is at Barkur, near Kundapur.

Temple

Anegudde
Coordinates:

13°34′10″N 74°42′16″E / 13.569380°N 74.704572°E / 13.569380; 74.704572

Name
Proper name: Anegudde Sri Vinayaka Temple
Location
Country: India
State: Karnataka
District: Udupi
Location: Anegudde, Udupi
Architecture and culture
Primary deity: Ganesh

Anegudde Temple has two guest houses, "Amoda" &"Pramoda" for pilgrims.

Special Days

On the Chauthi / Chaturthi (the 4th day after the full moon) of every lunar month, special poojas are held at the temple. on the sankasta and the pooja is offered also on ganesha rathosava

Other information

Other places to visit in Kumbashi are "Shree Harihara temple", " Shree Surynarayana temple" and "Shree Aiyappa swamy temple". All the three temples are located in the vicinity of "Anegudde temple".

See also

External links

  • Anegudde Shri Vinayaka Temple
  • Anegudde Vinayaka Temple
  • Anegudde vinayaka
  • Reference to the Mukti Sthalas [1]
  • Location of Anegudde temple on WikiMap [2]
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