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Shri Kshetra Dharmasthala, Dharmasthala

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  • I have traveled to Dharmsthala along with my family of 4 people. We reached around 1.30 PM in the noon and it is sunny and hot. I was told by my cab driver that go for lunch and visit the temple. But ...  more »
  • We visited this temple at 2.20 p.m. just before closing time of 2.30 p.m. So there was no queue in temple. After Darshan of lord Shiva, we have lunch here also. I would like to say that I have not see...  more »
  • We were lucky to visit the temple after Sivarathri festive got over, we got Darshan in 15 mins. Food was ok. Best to visit during week days. Temple Architechture is similar to Kerala Temples.  more »
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  • We visited Dharmasthala on 26th Dec 2016 and stayed at Rajdadri . The accommodation was neat and clean and surrounding was wonderful. Nice place to walk around and we thought to proceed for Darshan by 6 30 pm in the evening. When we reached the main entrance it appeared ok and we walked in without knowing the length of the queue. We had no idea to estimate the length of the queue within 10 minutes we got stuck up and we realized it's so long neither we could come out nor no estimation how and when we will have darshan. Endless line we crossed over 28 times parallel lines and after that steps going up and down and till the main sanctum another 2 km and nearly 2 hours time and finally we had Dharshan at 11.15 pm at night. We can understand the crowd and being Monday it was over crowded we suppose. To have Dharshan of 2 seconds fine it is bearable. Manjunatha swamy was decorated and such a peace of mind in that 2 seconds we got. But to our surprise and huge powerful management of Sri Hegade, we highly regret to write these few lines of disasterous way of cleanliness management of the queue. Not less than 30 times we crossed the parallel lines in the queue and each line is of not less than 1/2 km fully scattered with debris, rubbish, empty water bottles, coke cans / bottles, plastic wrappers, half eaten fruits and other eatables thrown through out the way. One person had to step over this debris till the queue reach to the last lap of sanctum. Every corner boards / hoardings are kept to keep the place clean and not to throw any debris but public has not paid any attention to it. More than that at every corner some one is selling all these items and bottles, public buy, use it and throw it on the same place. The plastic items are piled up in every step. In a holy place like this it's so horrible and we have never witnessed in any of the temple all over India. We have widely traveled from Vaishanodevi till Kanyakuamri and Shridi Saibaba till Rameshwaram and over crowded Tirupathi etc no where such a situation is seen. Hegade Sir we visited the temple after we saw the highly managed big kitchen in 'History" channel and every day watching Sai Sankara TV channel with great hopes . But we could not digest this scene. Sirji kindly do something to handle this situation or totally stop selling these eatables except water bottles at counters in the mid of the queues. Hope Temple management will take immediate action certainly
  • Place of worship.. Usually crowded.
  • A new expirience we feel from their different culture.
  • Travelling is good because of nature and also nice place
  • A temple close to nature