Timings : Monday - Sunday: 6:00 AM to 2:00 PM and 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Best Time To Visit : October - March
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Raghavendra Swami Temple or the 'mutt' as it is known houses a vrindavana where Guru Raghavendra Swami is believed to have been residing since 350 years and would do so for 350 more years.
The shrine of Manchalamma is next to it, both lying near the Tungabhadra river. The temple is open all day however the best time to visit is in the evening as post the aarti at 7 pm, there is a rathothsavam where several chariots are drawn from the temple carrying the deity followed by worshipers chanting away.
After the darshan of the deity, you can quietly move around the sanctum taking in all the peace from its surroundings Apart from this temple, other places that could be visited are the Panchamuki Anjaneya Temple, Lakshmivenkatesvara Temple and the Vedic Pathashala
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