The village of Varanga, which is 39 kilometres from Udupi, is a well-known pilgrimage site with a strong Jain legacy. The village’s Jain temples and regional architecture are well-known.
The Jain temples in the area, also known as Basadis, draw a large number of pilgrims. The primary feature is the Kere Basadi, which is situated in the centre of the lake. Neminatha Temple, with its sculptures, and Chandranatha Temple, with its lengthy history, both aid visitors in understanding local culture. The hamlet houses’ exquisite architecture makes for some beautiful photos and a genuinely distinctive experience. A boat excursion over the lake is available for visitors.