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About THEKKATTE

THEKKATTE

Thekkatte is a small coastal village in Kundapura of Udupi district, Karnataka. Udupi is 30 km away and Bangalore is 432 km from Thekkatte. Nearby coastal cities are Karkala, Udupi, Kota, and Mudbidri. There are several beaches along the coastal line. People can also visit surrounding areas like Karkala, Bhatkal, Hosanagara, and Udupi.

Places to Stay
There are no hotels located around Thekkatte. Affordable hotels are available in Kundapura, 10 km from Thekkatte. Some of the hotels are Parijatha Lodge (Tariff – Rs.393), Hotel Shalom (Tariff – Rs.341), Jewel Park Hotel (Tariff – Rs.900), and Hotel Sharon (Tariff – Rs.572).

Language
The languages spoken in Thekkatte are Tulu, Konkani, Kannada, Beary Bashe, English, and Hindi.

Events
Important festivals celebrated in Thekkatte are Kite Festival in January, Ugadi in March-April, Krishna Janmashtami and Mosaru Kudike held during August-September, Shivratri in February, and Diwali in October-November.

Places of Interest
There are many beaches which are famous for their water sports. Some of the places in Kundapura which are worth visiting are Kodi Beach (7 km), Kundeshwara Temple (2 km), Trasi (12 km), and Marvanthe Beach (13 km).

How to Get There

Air:
The Bajpe Airport, which is about 82 km from Thekkatte, is the nearest.

Rail:
There are no railway stations in this area. Kundapur Railway Station is 12 km from Thekkatte.

Bus:
There are many state-owned and private buses that connect Thekkatte to other localities. Some of the private operators like Sri Durgamaba Travels and Sugama Travels have regular trips to Thekkatte from places like Bangalore, Mangalore, Hubli, and Dharwad. Book your tickets in advance and avail of your bus ticket discount coupon, especially given during festive seasons.



About Lakshmeshwar

Lakshmeshwar

Lakshmeshwar, a town located in North Karnataka’s Gadag district, is famous for its ancient temples and Jamma Masjid. This town was home to many Jain saints and is rich in its history and culture. Some say the name Lakshmeshwar originated from King Lakshmanarasa, who ruled over this region. The famous Kannada poet, Adikavi Pampa, wrote his inspirational poems in Lakshmeshwar.

Places to Stay
There are no lodging facilities in Lakshmeshwar. Visitors to this town can find affordable accommodation in Gadag which is 41 km away from this town. A few of these budget hotels are Hotel Vishwa Boarding and Lodging (Tariff – Rs.263), Geetanjali Residency (Tariff – Rs.393) and Hotel Shivani Inn (Tariff – Rs.470).

Language
The official language spoken in Lakshmeshwar is Kannada.

Events
The important festivals celebrated in Lakshmeshwar are Sankranti in January, Maha Shivratri in February, Ugadi in March, Ganesha Chaturthi in August-September, Dussehra in September-October and Diwali during October-November.

Places of Interest
Lakshmeshwar has a few places of interest to offer tourists visiting this town. These attractions include Kodiyellamma Temple (850-m), Yalavigi (13 km), Kalas Lake (12 km), Pashupatihal (12 km) and Shirahatti, 20 km away from Lakshmeshwar.

How to Get There

Air:
The nearest airport is in Hubli which is 55 km away from Lakshmeshwar.

Rail:
There is no railway station in Lakshmeshwar. Kalas Railway Station, which is 14 km away from Lakshmeshwar is the nearest railway station.

Bus:
Lakshmeshwar has a wide network of buses from neighbouring cities and states. KSRTC run buses daily from various parts of Karnataka to Lakshmeshwar. In case you don’t have the time and energy to stand in bus counters, booking bus tickets online will help. 




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