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Anandashram And Nityanandasramam

Kasargod

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Anandashram And Nityanandasramam Overview

Ranked 14 of 33 sightseeing in Kasargod

Anandashram and Nityanandasramam are the two well known asramams in the district. The Anandashram was established by Swami Ramadas in 1939, near the Kanhangad Railway Station. The highlights of the ashram are the beautiful surroundings of the asramam and other structures that lie amidst the groves. For meditation in peace, one can visit the hill located on the east of the asramam.

Swami Nityananda was the founder of the Nityanandasramam and built 45 caves on the mountain slope. A temple is located near the asramam, which has architecture similar to that of the Somanatha temple in Gujarat. The main attraction of the asramam is the beautiful idol of the Swami Nityananda, built of Panchaloha.
 

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