Virtual Tour of Kudajadri Sarvajna Peetha near Mookambika Temple in Karnataka – 360 degree view of Sarvajna Peetam and Kudajadri Hills



A visit to the Mookambika Devi Temple is incomplete if you fail to have glimpse of Sarvajna Peetha at Kudajadri – the spot where Adi Shankaracharya is believed to have meditated. This Virtual Tour of Sarvajna Peetam is created by Leen Thobias of P4Panorama.com. You can have a 360 degree view of the Sarvajna Peetha and its natural surroundings.

The small structure – mandapam – is known as Sarvajna Mandapam and it is believed that Adi Shankara meditated here after he was conferred the title of Sarvajna.

Kudajadri Hill is located around 22 km from Mookambika Temple and apart from the Sarvajna Peetha – there is a Ganapati Cave and a temple each of Goddess Uma and Goddess Kala Bhairavi.

Virtual Tour of Mookambika Devi Temple and Kudajadri Hills

Click on the image for the Virtual Tour

In this virtual tour you will see 360 degree view of Mookambika Temple, Kudajadri Sarvajna Peetha, Ganapathy Cave Temple and Souparnika River.

The first image you will see is that of Mookambika Temple, the blog had written about this virtual tour earlier. These recent photos of Kudajadri Sarvajna Peetha and other holy sites are an update.

Special thanks to Leen Thobias of P4Panorama.com for this wonderful effort for creating Virtual Tour of Mookambika and Kudajadri Hills.

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