Subramanya is a small village, deep in the forests bordering the Western Ghats about 105 km from Mangalore in the state of Karnataka, in southern India.It is a pilgrim center in the Sullia Taluk in South Kanara district, believed to be the abode of Subramanya, the son of Lord Shiva. The Kukke Subrahmanya Temple is located in the heart of the village.
Pilgrims going to Kukke Subrahmanya Temple in Subrahmanya have to cross the Kumaradhara River. They take a holy bath in the river and then go on to the temple to have darshan. There is also another river called the Darpana theertha which flows just behind the temple.
The belief is that Vasuki and other snakes took refuge under God Subrahmanya in the caves at Subramanya. Here God Subrahmanya is worshipped as a snake. This is the god’s divine power.
Distance : From Bangalore 250kms, Mysore 130Kms Nearest Town : Sullia Nearest Railway Station : Subramanya Nearest Airport : Mangalore.
- Sub Urban Bus Stand:136Km
- Railway Station :135km
- Airport :146km