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A famous pilgrim location for the Shaiva, Vaishnava and Jaina communities, Dharmasthala meaning the Land of Charity is a beautiful blend of heritage, culture and religion.
Dharmasthala has natural beauty gifted by its location and the same is ornamented by the rich and widespread scents of culture and spirituality in its air. The tourist attractions here are Manjusha Museum, Shiva Temple, Manjunatha temple, Vasanthamahal, Neliyadi Beedu and numerous more. A prime attraction here is the Bahubali statue, carved out of a single stone and 39 ft high.
Great place to visit. Religious place for Jains. Will love to watch statue.
Religious place, well maintained and plenty of accommodation facility by temple trust, don't miss the free Prasad provide ed by temple.
A beautiful place standing true to its name, practising religious tolerance and spirituality since ages. Known for its temples and statues.
Mostly suitable for people travelling in groups or families. It may also lack variety for the people looking for adventure, or something apart from just a spiritual visit.
Ideal for people who wish to see the rich cultural heritage of the country and indulge in spiritual and religious activities. Also, to some extent, ideal for couples willing to be involved in the cultural setting and rituals of the place.
Dharmasthala is well connected to the means of railways and airways. The nearest International and Domestic Airport is Mangalore, which is around 50 km away from the location. Nearest railway stati... (Read More)
Answer: Yes you can take a road trip to Dharamshala. The exact condition of the roads depends on where you are travelling from.
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