Yedthare is a historical place that is located in the Udupi district of Karnataka. It is by the sea near Kundapura. Yedthare was named after the powerful Yedthare family of landlords who owned most of it about 600 years back. The family was quite philanthropic and contributed to the welfare of the community. One can only reach Yedthare by bus or other means of road transport.
Places to Stay
Yedthare is a small village and hence does not have many hotels nearby. However local homestays are available here.
The official languages of Yedthare are Tulu and Kannada. Other languages spoken here are Konkani, Hindi and English.
Some of the popular festivals of Yedthare that are celebrated every year are Ugadi (March-April), Dussehra (October) and Navaratri (October.)
Places of Interest
Yedthare is popular for its temples. Some of the important ones are the Saneshwar temple, the Ganga Vishweshara temple and the Vishnu temple.
How to Get There
Yedthare does have an airport of its own, the nearest airport is at Mangalore which is 119 km away.
Yedthare has no train station. The nearest railway station is at Kundapura (40 km). Mangalore Railway Station is a little further away (about 97 km.)
There are buses from Kundapur and Bhatkal to Yedthare. Some of the major private bus operators plying to Yedthare include Durgamba Motors and Sri Durgamba Travels. Booking bus tickets online from several bus booking websites like Ticketgoose.com is very convenient.