Kumaraparvatha View Point/ Harihareshwara Temple:
This unique temple of Dakshina Kannada district at a distance of 10km from Kukke Subramanya houses the deity Harihara, the fusion of Hindu god Vishnu and Shiva. Image of the deity is the fusion of the right vertical half of Shiva and left vertical half of Vishnu.
Besides the holy temple, the place attracts lots of tourists for the magnificent view of Kumara Parvatha Hill range, viewed from the front side of the temple.
Marigundi, at a distance of 10 km from Kukke Subramanya is a place where a temple for Lord Krishna was proposed to be built but stopped halfway. Hence half built scenes of temple is visible here.
The route to this place from the point where vehicle could reach has a distance of 1km which offers nature lover a treat. The walk through the sides of gentle stream lets you appreciate nature’s tranquility and subtle gifts .
Koojugodu Heritage House:
Many of us have just watched in a movie or just heard from our grandfathers about old heritage house located in a remote hill area . It is said that hearing thousand times will still not give the experience of viewing it once.
There is such a house in Koojugodu which is just 7 km from Kukke Subramanya. The house portrays the rich cultural heritage of Dakshina Kannada. This house has range of ancient objects. This is the same house in which award winning Kannada film “Bettada Jeeva” was shot.
Who does not want to visit a heritage home of bygone era? A visit will bring fresh whiff of nostalgia.