Tourist Places in Dharmasthala

Places to Visit in Dharmasthala

Dharmasthala - #21 of 97 in Karnataka |
Dharmasthala Average Rating - 6/7 1 based on 723 Ratings

Dharmasthala is mostly preferred by travellers from Bangalore, Mysore. The go to destination for types of travellers, be it family, kids and couples, Dharmasthala is, however, mostly preferred by Couple, Group. The best season or months to visit places in Dharmasthala are February, March, October, November, December. There are 8 tourist places in Dharmasthala, which can be explored by travellers. Local attractions can be visited at any time of the day, be it early morning, afternoon, evening or night, as suitable for travellers. Sightseeing in Dharmasthala can be done by travellers, which will take half a day or one day, but to see all sightseeing places, travellers need to stay in Dharmasthala for 2 days to 3 days.
Travellers can also download HolidayIQ.com's Dharmasthala Travel Guide to learn about places to visit in Dharmasthala, browse through photos & pictures, explore Dharmasthala using a map, and read sightseeing reviews. Recently reviewed tourist attractions in Dharmasthala, which are great places to visit, are Ram Mandir, Netravathi River Barrage, Lord Manjunatha, Manjusha Museum, Bahubali. Dharmasthala can be visited in summer, monsoon or winter.
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Dharmasthala Tourist Places



Lord Manjunatha, Dharmasthala
  • Type: Religious Place
Lord Manjunatha, Dharmasthala
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6.3/ 7 1
11 Ratings & 6 Reviews
The renowned Manjunatha Temples, situated on the banks of the river Nethravathi attracts followers of all caste and creed; Jains, Hindus, Christians and Muslims too visit this temple to offer their prayers and ask for their wishes to be granted.  The main lord of... Read More »
  • Type: Temple
Dharmasthala Temple, Dharmasthala
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6.3/ 7 1
9 Ratings & 6 Reviews
The main temple of Dharmasthala is located a kilometre west of Ratnagiri Hill and 2 km west of the new bus stand. The temple built by Birmanna Pergadem, Jain Chieftain, around 500 years ago, houses the golden Linga of Lord Shiva, who presides over the temple in the form of... Read More »
"Simply super, but crowded"Jan 1, 2014 "Temple Visit"Oct 10, 2013
Bahubali, Dharmasthala
  • Type: Statue
Bahubali, Dharmasthala
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6.1/ 7 1
4 Ratings & 4 Reviews
Situated at a kilometre from the bus stand on the west and a kilometre from the Manjunatha temple from east is the shrine of Bahubali on the top of the Ratnagiri Hill. This shrine, around 39-foot high, was sculpted in 1973 by Renjala Gopalkrishna Shenoi and positioned inside... Read More »
"Best Place"Nov 10, 2013 "Bahubali Visit"Oct 10, 2013
  • Type: Museum
  • Entry: Paid
Manjusha Museum, Dharmasthala
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7/ 7 1
3 Ratings & 3 Reviews
To know the culture and history of Dharmasthala, a visit to the Manjusha Museum, located south of Manjunatha temple can be interesting. The museum has a vast collection of antiques that range from swords to vintage cameras, jewellery items, metal sculptures and Mysore... Read More »
"Awesome Collection"Nov 10, 2013 "Manjusha Museum."Sep 21, 2013
  • Type: River
Netravathi River Barrage, Dharmasthala
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6.5/ 7 1
5 Ratings & 3 Reviews
At a distance of 1.5 km from Dharmasthala on the eastern side is a spot on Netravati River Barrage. Tourists can also visit the nature care hospital, situated on the banks of Netravati River. This hospital treats people with the natural process from the five elements (Panch... Read More »
"A worthwhile experience"3 weeks ago "Beautiful!"Jan 1, 2014
  • Type: Temple
Ram Mandir, Dharmasthala
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Ranked 6 of 8
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6.5/ 7 1
2 Ratings & 1 Review
Ram Mandir is located outside Dharmasthala, on the shores of River Netravati. The temple is located on the way to Beltangadi, which is 3.5 km from Majunatha temple to the east. This temple has marble shrines of Lord Rama, Sita and Lakshmana, which was built in 2003, by... Read More »
"Visit to Ram Mandir"Oct 10, 2013
  • Type: Hill
Badinede Betta, Dharmasthala
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Located 1.5 km west of the new bus stand and half a kilometre from the Manjunatha temple, in the southeast direction is the hill of Badinede Betta, which is also known as Annappa Betta. This hill is home to the shrines of the four Dharma Daivas. Generally the hill is visited,... Read More »
  • Type: Place of Worship
Shri Chandranatha Swamy Basadi, Dharmasthala
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Around 5 centuries ago, when Dharmasthala was known as “Kuduma”, meaning where Charity is the primary objective, a Jain family of Birmanna Pergade lived in Nelyadi Beedu. He was the chieftain of the Jains in Kuduma. He along with his wife led a simple and pious... Read More »
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