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Dharmasthala Attractions

(Dharmasthala is also known as Dharamsthala)

History & Culture (3)

Manjusha Museum
Manjusha Museum is a well organized museum with amazing collections of ancient scripts written on palm leaves, religious instruments and objects such as bells, silver jewelry, house hold items and olden style type writers and cameras. The Museum is nicely arranged and well maintained. It also disp... More
Neliyadi Beedu
Neliyadi Beedu was considered as the residence of a Jain Chieftain lived in Kuduma, present Dharamasthala, about 800 years ago. The Jain priest Birmanna Peg­gade along with his wife Ammu Ballathi lived a pious, simple and God fearing life in this Beedu. It is located adjacent to Xhandraswamy temple... More
Netravathi River Barrage
Netravati River barrage is a cozy tourist spot which is very close to the city of Dharamasthala. This place is fascinating with all facilities for natural bath in the River. The location is scenic and is in the backdrop of lush green surroundings. The unpolluted environment add the beauty of the pla... More

Religious (5)

Annappa Betta
Annappa Betta, also known as Badinede Betta, is a picturesque hill in Dharamsthala. The hill encloses the dwelling region and the shrines of four Dharam Gods. Annappa Betta is regularly visited by the travelers reaching Dharamsthala. It is believed that in this hill, the four Dharma Daivas visited... More
Bahubali Statue
The Bahubali statue is marvelously situated in near to the renowned Manjunath Temple of Dharamasthala. Bahubali Temple encloses the 39 ft monolithic statue of Lord Bahubali, which is carved out of single stone and placed on a platform of 13 ft height. The works on statue started on 1967 and the inst... More
Chandranath Swamy Temple
Chandranath Swamy Basadi or temple is a renovated Jain temple. The olden medieval temple was renovated in the recent past. The temple enshrines the image of Chandranath Swamy and has a golden halo. The temple is located at a scenic picturesque surrounding. The calm ambiance of the temple surrounding... More
Manjunatha Temple
Manjunath Temple, known famously as Kadri Manjunatha temple, is situated on the foot of the picturesque Kadri Hills in the proximity of Dharamasthala. The temple is the living specimen of the Vijayanagara style of architecture and the temple dates back to 1068 AD. The Manjunath temple enshrines S... More
Ram Mandir
Ram Mandir in Dharamasthala is located on the banks of the River Netravati. Ram Mandir is built by Nityanandaswamy in 2003. The Swamy has numerous followers and is a Yoga and spiritual guru. The temple enshrines Lord Rama. The idols are in marbles. Apart from Lord Ram, the idols of Sita and Lakshma... More
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Comments (2) Reviews (2)
i am going to dharmasthala today night
Posted by Name 2 year, 9 months ago
dharmasthala is a very super place and power full god of majunatha swamy tmeple mentan by very super i thanqs to trust membars the saround also very neetly and quet
Posted by v naveen 3 year, 11 months ago

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