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A number of temples and fifteen mosques make the cashew-growing town of Manjeswaram a prominent pilgrim centre. Located in Kasaragod district, the place has a memorial of the late Govinda Pai, the grand patriarch of Kannada literature.

Jain Temples: There are two old Jain Bastis at Bengara Manjeswar on the southern bank of the Manjeswar River.

Churches: About 11 km from Kumbla on the Kumbla-Badiadka road is the Mother Dolorus Church of Bela. The 100-year-old Roman Catholic church is built in the Gothic style. The Our Lady of Sorrows Church constructed in 1890 is the oldest in the district.

Getting there

Nearest railway station: Manjeswaram

Nearest airport: Mangalore International Airport (Karnataka), about 35 km | Kannur International Airport, about 140 km


Latitude: 12.721396, Longitude: 74.891624

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