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Dharmasthala is situated along the banks of the River Nethravathi surrounded by hillocks and the forest of Malnad in the south Indian state of Karnataka. Dharmasthala is famous for the temple of Sri Manjunathaswamy, wherein a golden lingam depicting Lord Shiva is preserved. The temple attracts pilgrims from all over the world, irrespective of their caste and creed. The distinguishing trait of Dharmasthala is Charity, which is offered to everyone. Situated in the Beltangady Taluk of South Kanara district of Karnataka and at a distance of 75 km from Mangalore, Dharmasthala is one of the major pilgrim centres of the region. The major temples of Dharmasthala include the Shri Manjunatheshwara, Shri Ammanavaru, Four Dharma Daivas and Shrine of Shri Chandranatha Swamy. Some other popular pilgrim destinations are Nrusimha Saligrama, Manjusha vastu sangrahalaya (museum), Vasantha Mahal, Pushpa vatika and Vintage car museum among others. A must visit pilgrim centre, Dharmasthala is well connected with other parts of the state by road. Several bus services are available to and from Dharmasthala on a regular basis. Other religious attractions near Dharmasthala like the Kukke Subrahmanya, Kateel Durga Parameshwari Temple, Udupi Sri Krishna Temple and the Horanaadu Annapoorneshwari Temple are also easily accessible through bus.
Mysore, the erstwhile capital of the Wodeyar dynasty, is located in the state of Karnataka. Situated at the base of the Chamundi hills, Mysore is a popular tourist destination and a weekend getaway particularly for the visitors from Kerala and Tamil Nadu. Mysore Palace, one of the major tourist attractions in Mysore, is known for its exquisite craftsmanship, architecture and carvings. During the ten day long Dassera festival, the palace is fully lit up with lights and is worth a look. Vrindavan Gardens, situated on the banks of Krishnarajasagar Dam, is another popular tourist spot and is famous for the lit up musical fountains. A temple dedicated to Goddess Chamundeshwari, the local deity of Mysore, is situated on the Chamundi hills and is popular as a religious centre. The other tourist attractions in Mysore are the Mysore Zoo, Tipu Sultan Palace, Lalit Mahal Palace, Railway Museum and St. Philomina’s Church.