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Anegudde Shri Vinayaka Temple

Anegudde Shri MahaganapathiSituated in Kumbhashi, Anegudde is about 100 kms from Mangalore and 9 kms from Kundapur. It is one of the most beautiful Temple in the region with peaceful ambience. It is also one of the ‘Sapthakshetra’ of ‘TULUNAADU’ and also called as Mukti Sthala.

The Lord is called Siddhi Vinayaka or Sarva Siddhi Pradaayaka will grant and fulfill his devotees’ wishes. People believe in him that he will solve many of their problems and hence the place is known as “ Mukti Stalas” which means “Place where you can attain Salvation”. The garba griha or the main sanctum has the Lord Vinayaka in Chaturbuja (with 4 arms) in huge rock like structure covered in silver armour. Two arms are posing as “Varada Hasta” granting boons, and two hands indicate to attain salvation. All around the shrine there are sculptural depictions from the Bhargava Purana.

Anegudde means elephant (Aane) hillock (Gudde) and it is the abode of the elephant god, Sri Vinayaka. It is one of the seven places of pilgrimage in the region called ‘Parashurama Srishti’ which are believed to be created by sage Parashurama.

It is believed when drought hit this area, the sage Agasthya came here to perform yagna to please the rain god. The demon Kumbhasura tried to disrupt the yagna by troubling the sages performing the yagna. To rescue the sages Lord Ganesha blessed Bheema, the strongest among the Padavas with a sword, using which Bheema killed the demon and facilitated the completion of the yagna.

In Theertha Prabandham Shri Vadirajaru exlained, since Bheema Killed demon using the sword(Asi) the name of the place is termed as Kumbhashi.

Tulabharam, a custom of offering to God valuables in weight equivalent of a person is frequently done in this temple by devotees. Auspicious ceremonies like wedding, naming ceremony etc. are also held here.

Two guest houses by name Amoda & Pramoda are available at the premises of Anegudde Sri Vinayaka Temple. Guest Houses will be provided only on prior booking.

People from far off places come here to take blessings from Lord Vinayaka. On the Chauthi / Chaturthi (the 4th day after the full moon) of every lunar month, special poojas are held at the temple. Also the Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated with great splendor. In recent times His Holiness Sri Vishwesha Theertha Swamiji of Pejavar Mutt inaugurated a huge dining hall which is able to accommodate 1000 people. Lunch is served to devotees as ‘Maha Prasada’ everyday.

Postal Address:
Anegudde Shree Vinayaka Temple
Kundapura taluk,
Udupi District. INDIA
Pin code: 576 257
Office – 91-8254-261079
Seva Counter – 91-8254-272221

How to reach:
Kumbhashi is located on the NH 17 at a distance of 96 km from Mangalore, 9 km from Kundapur, and 30 km from Udupi. Kumbhashi is located about 400 km from the state capital Bengaluru. Frequent bus service is available from Mangalore /Udupi /Kundapur to Kumbhashi. 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.

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10 Responses to Anegudde Shri Vinayaka Temple

  1. Rekha R

    Chennagide, but videos idre innu chennagiruthe,
    ANEGUDDE VINAYAKA ellarigu olleyadannu madali.

  2. ramesh b.m.

    Good photos.
    Pl. add photos of Gana homa, Ranga pooje etc.

    Show photos of guest house,Anna santarpane hall etc.


    Excellent photos, must have separate , dedicated website for the devasthanam to facilitate online payments for poojas

  4. ravip

    Good photo

  5. Somashekara Nairy

    Is there any official website of the srikshetra Anegudde to make payment for pooja/SEVA etc.

  6. kalavathi

    Tumba chennagide, tumba powerfull devaru, online pooja seve ge enu madabeku anta vivara idre chennagirutte

  7. Ram Mohan H Rao

    Here is the website – http://www.anegudde.in/

  8. Rashmi

    Website open aagtilla!

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  10. Veerabhadra

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    I think this is Shivalli community website and not sure how these are temples related to one community page. Temples are public property and not belong to one single community. I felt it is really confusing for the readers as they think this is a government page/maintained by Temple management and post comments regarding Puja details.

    Thank You

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