SHRI HARI HARA KSHETRA JEERNOADHARA SAMITHI
KARNAD, MULKI-547 154.
Hari Hara Easwar temple is located on the Karnad bypass road, at Mulki. The temple boasts of traditions from the 12th and 13th century. One Vishnu temple is located just opposite east facing and now Hari Hara Kshetra is under full renovation. The unique features of both the temples which are located 80 yards facing each other reflect the unity and integrity among vaishnavas and Shiva bhaktas.
This temple is constructed as per the vastu sashtra with East and west facing temples. A large pond separates the two temples. The Vishnu temple was renovated in 2001-2002 with a budget of 40 lakhs which was all donated by devotees from across India.
Inspired by the Vishnu temple renovation the devotees of the Shiva temple plan to undertake renovation of the Easwar temple. The estimated budget is Rs 85 lakhs. So far the temple trustees have managed to collect 25 lakhs. Devotees across the globe are welcome to donate liberally to the temple trustee ac furnished herein below:
K. AMARANATHA SHETTY
M.H. ARAVIND PUNJA
FRONT EXTERIOR (PAULI)
AND MUKHA MANTAPA
INNER YARD (OLANGANA)
STONE –SLAB BEDDING