Popularly known as the Land of Charity, Dharmasthala is a beautiful temple town with a blend of heritage, culture and religion. Situated on the banks of Nethravathi river in Karnataka, it's popularly known as a pilgrim site for the Shaiva, Vaishnava and Jaina communities.
Dharmasthala Temple is an 800-year-old major pilgrimage site which hosts 'Lakshadeepa' - a festival of lights that takes place in November - December. Another prime attraction here is the Bahubali statue, carved out of a single stone and 39 ft high. Dharmasthala has natural beauty gifted by its location, and the same is ornamented by the abundant and widespread scents of culture and spirituality in its air.
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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.
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