Shree Vishnumurthy Temple

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Coordinates: 12°57′50.1″N 74°48′36″E / 12.963917°N 74.81000°E / 12.963917; 74.81000

Kulai Shree Vishnumurthy Temple is located in the town of Kulai near Surathkal about 15 km north of Mangalore in the state of Karnataka, India.

It is an ancient Vishnu shrine which has a statue estimated to be about 600 years old. The temple's presiding deity is Shree Vishnumurthy who is another form of Lord Vishnu.

Initially no temple complex was evident but Venkatramana Hebbar, a local archeologist and historian, found a small shrine in a state of ruin in the forest around 1911. The temple has been repeatedly renovated and is in use today with an active schedule of worship and festival celebrations.[1][2]


  1. ^ "Shree Vishnumurthy Temple". Retrieved 16 September 2006.
  2. ^ "Shree Vishnumurthy, Kodamanthaya and Mayamdal Devi are being worshiped in the temple - Google Video". Retrieved 16 September 2006.

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