Sullia otherwise called Sulya is a taluk in the Dakshina Kannada area of the territory of Karnataka, India. A verifiable unrest occurred amid 1837 when a greater part of the Kodavas, Gowdas, Tuluvas, Kudiyas, Adidravidas, and different stations from Amara Sullia, Madikeri and Bhagamandala went and battled for opportunity against British. Shree Chennakeshava Temple is arranged at the focal point of sullia Town simply a large portion of a kilometer toward the west of Madikeri-Manglore State parkway.
The Temple has a past filled with 850 years and pulls in fans from everywhere on our homeland. The Temple has a background marked by 850 years and draws in aficionados from everywhere on our motherland. According to Thulunadu History it is set up that the Ballala or King of the distinguished Jaina Tradition developed this consecrated sanctuary. Sullia is one of the journey places. The region secured by the TP is 4233-37 sections of land 6.61 Sq.Km.
Sullia towns is arranged toward the east of the Mangalore on the NH-275 at a separation of over 86 K.M. from Mangalore, Dakshina Kannada. The town lies on the both side of the SH-88. The aggregate populace is 18,028. It has 18 wards Kukke Subrahmanya is a renowned Hindu sanctuary situated in the little, provincial town of Subrahmanya in the Sullia Taluk of Dakshina Kannada, Karnataka. The primary visitor spots are Sri Chenna Keshava Temple, Sri Kayarthodi Temple.