Mangalore – Messyduniya

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Temples & Religious Places Crops Offices & Industries Schools Colleges Festivals Places Around Transportation Facts Important Contacts Temples & Religious Places 1. Kadri Manjunath Temple The idol of Lord Manjunathaswamy of the temple is called as oldest of the South Indian temples. This temple has Hindu and Buddhist histories. Buddhism was practised here till the 10th century AD. But after the decline of Buddhism, the devotion of Manjusri and Avalokiteśvara continued in this region. The Nath cult was embraced towards Buddhism and continued Tantric Shiva tradition as well. As a result, many Buddhist temples came into the Hindu vortex. According to M. Govinda Pai this temple was known as Kadri Manjunatha where is Manjunatha relates to Shiva and Kadri is

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Mangalore

OverviewCultureLanguageClimateOverview readMoreArgs[1] = {"type":"button","expm-title":"","button-width":"100px","button-height":"32px","animation-duration":"500","font-size":"14px","yrm-btn-hover-animate":"","yrm-btn-font-weight":"normal","yrm-animate-easings":"swing","moreName":"Read more","lessName":"Read less"}; yrmAddEvent(window,'load',function(){ var obj = new YrmClassic(); obj.id = 1; obj.init(); }); .yrm-cntent-1 { padding: 0px; } It is the chief port city of Karnataka. Mangalore is the largest city and administrative headquarters of the Dakshina Kannada district, and is one of the most multicultural non-metro cities of India. It is also the largest city in the Coastal and Malnad regions of Karnataka, besides being a commercial, industrial, educational and healthcare hub on the West Coast of India.  Read more Culture According to 2011 Census of India, 84% of the population are Hindu, 12.9% are Muslim, 1.9% are Christian, 0.7% are Jains, 0.2% are Buddhist, <0.1% are Sikhs, and remaining belong to other religions. Language Read more