6 Days 5 Nights
English, Hindi, Kannada
|Day||Programme||Details of Journey|
|Day 1||Departure from CSMT by Train No. 12133 Mangalore Express at 22.02 hrs. Overnight journey in train.||Train|
|Day 2||Reaching MAJN at 13.10 hrs. After check in & Fresnup ,then proceed to Dharmastala temple. Overnight at Mangalore.||Mangalore|
|Day 3||After early morning breakfast, proceed to Coorg. After check in, proceed for local sightseeing. Overnight stay||Coorg|
|Day 4||After breakfast, visit to Golden temple at Kushal Nagar, Nishargadama, Abbey falls, Omkareshwar Temple, Raja’s seat. Overnight stay.||Coorg|
|Day 5 (Tues)||After breakfast, proceed to Mangalore to board Train no. 12134 Mangalore Express at 13.55 hrs||Train|
|Day 6 (Wed)||Reaching Mumbai at 04.25 hrs.||Mumbai|
Dharmasthala is an Indian temple town on the banks of the Nethravathi River which houses the shrine of Shiva, Manjunatha, Ammanavaru, Chandranath and the Dharma Daivas (guardian spirits of Dharma) Kalarahu, Kalarkayi, Kumaraswamy and Kanyakumari. The temple is unusual in that it is run by a Jain administration and pujas are conducted by Hindu priests of the Madhya order. Lakshadeepa, the festival of lights, is the annual festival of Dharmasthala in November–December. A mechanised kitchen provides free food for all pilgrims. Dharmastala represents religious tolerance. A Jain Tirthankara worshiped beside Daivas and Lord Manjunatha (Shiva). The priests are Vaishnavite Brahmins and the guardian of the temple a Heggade (Jain).
Kodagu (also known by its former name Coorg) is rated as one of the top hill station destinations in India. Some of the most popular tourist attractions in Kodagu include Talakaveri, Bhagamandala, Nisargadhama, Abbey Falls, Dubare, Nagarahole National Park, Iruppu Falls and the Tibetan Buddhist Golden Temple.