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About Brahmavara

Brahmavara

Brahmavar is a town in the Udupi district of the South Indian state of Karnataka. Being close to Barkur, the area is considered to be a cultural centre in the region. It is often referred to as lord Brahma’s Vara or Ajapura. The district headquarter, Udupi, lies at a distance of 12 km away from the village.

Places to Stay
The nearest accessible place available for lodging is Udupi. Some of the budget hotels worth giving a try are Ayodhya Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 800), Mahima Residency Hotel (tariff – Rs. 700), Metropolis Hotel (tariff – Rs. 900), Swathi Hotel (tariff – Rs. 800) among others.

Language
The official language of the area is Kannada.

Events
The important festivals of the region are Ugadi in March-April, Ganesh Chathurthi in August-September and Diwali in October-November.

Places of Interest
Virtually anywhere you ride on to towards the coast is picturesque and beautiful. Some of the beaches which are worth a visit are Maravanthe Beach (38 km), Padukere Beach (16 km away), the breath-taking estuary-cum-beach called Bengre Kemmannu (16 km away) and Beejadi Beach (21 km away).

How to Get There

Air:
Mangalore International Airport is the nearest airport at a distance of 68 km.

Rail:
The Udupi Railway Station located around 16 km away is the closest major railway station to the town.

Bus:
Direct buses as well as via buses to the town are available from nearby towns and cities. It is mostly state-transport buses which indirectly cater to the needs of people. Private operators like SRS Travels have also slowly joined the race. Making use of bus ticket offers are the best way to save money while travelling.



About Basroor

Basroor

Basroor (or Basrur) is in Kundanpur of the Udupi district in Karnataka. The village was also known as Bares, Barsellor, Basnut and Bares. It was most often called Vasupura. This is a historic port-town on the banks of Varahi River. Basroor is known for its temples and has been written about by Kannada writer and novelist Dr. K. Shivarama Karanth.

Places to Stay
There are many budget friendly hotels in Kundapura which is approximately 7 km from Basroor. Some of them include Hotel Sharon (Tariff – Rs. 800), Hotel Hariprasad (Tariff – Rs. 1200), Hiren Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 500) and Hotel Gokulprasada (Tariff – Rs. 800).

Language
The official language of Basroor is Kannada. Hindi and English are also spoken here.

Events
Some of the festivals that are celebrated in Basroor include annual Chariot festival (April) which is also known as ‘teru’ in Kannada. Ugadi, Gowri Ganesha and Dussera are also celebrated in Basroor.

Places of Interest
There are many old temples in Basroor. Some of the popular ones include Shree Mahatobar Mahalingeshwara Temple, Nakhareshawara Temple, Kashi Matt Samsthana and Gokarana Parthagali Matt.

How to Get There

Air:
The nearest airport is at Mangalore which is approximately 67 km from Basroor.

Rail:
Kundapura is the nearest railway station and is located at a distance of 1.9 km from Basroor.

Bus:
There are daily buses to Mysore, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai and other Indian cities from Basroor. Some of the best bus operators on these routes include SRS Travels and Durgamba Travels. You can book bus tickets online from Ticketgoose.com, one of the leading bus booking portals.




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