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Souparnika River

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Souparnika River

Souparnika River.
Tranquil waters of Souparnika River.

Souparnika River is a river flowing through Kundapur taluk in Karnataka, India. It joins with the Varahi River, Kedaka River, Chakra River, and Kubja River and merges into the Arabian Sea. It flows near Mookambika temple, Kollur and is considered holy river by devotees of the temple.[1]

It is a believed that Garuda (eagle) called Suparna performed penance on the banks of the river and attained salvation hence the name Sawparnika. It is also believed that river absorbs the elements of 64 different medicinal plants and roots as it flows, therefore it cures diseases of those who bath in it.

Distances from Kollur

1. : 40 km 2. Udupi: 80 km 3. Murudeshwara: 55 km 4. Mangalore: 140 km 5. Bangalore: 405 km (via Shimoga) 6. Sringeri: 115 km


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