The Gopuram located at the entry point of the temple is about 237.5 feet tall, has twenty storeys and is known as the Raja Gopuram. Kanduka is that small hillock on which the temple has been constructed. The most energizing thing about the place is the beautiful image of Lord Shiva statue that one can get alongside the stunning perspective of the seashore. Another temple found near Murudeshwar temple is Shri Rameshwara Temple. Alongside Lord Shiva’s idol, a shrine dedicated to Shaneeshwara is also present. The statues of two elephants can be seen at the entryway of the Murudeshwar temple. These are believed to be the guards of the temple. Apart from the main sanctum the entire temple has been revamped in the contemporary style.
Murudeshwar temple is quite a grand shrine in the Arabian Sea coast of Karnataka dedicated to the destroyer god, Lord Shiva. Being in close vicinity to the proficient roadways, this divine temple is an easy reach for all the traveler and devotees visiting here.
Murudeshwar Temple open at 06:00 AM to 08:30 PM
Morning Darshan from 06:00 AM to 01:00 PM and Evening Darshan from 03:00 PM to 08:30 PM
Morning Pooja start at 06:30 AM; Maha Pooja or Afternoon Pooja start at 12:15 PM and Night Pooja start at 07:15 PM