Anchatgeri is a village in the South Indian state of Karnataka. It is situated in the Dharwad district which is about 21 km away the district headquarters.
Places to Stay
There are a number of good budget hotels available in Hubli (7 km away from Anchatgeri.) Hotel Dhammanagi Comforts (Tariff – Rs.500), Revankar Comforts (Tariff – Rs.500), Ananth Residency Hotel (Tariff – Rs.500) and Ayodhya Hotel (Tariff – Rs.1000) are some of them.
The official language of Anchatgeri is Kannada.
Ganesh Chaturti is a major festival here. It is celebrated every year in October with great fervour.
Places of Interest
Hubli is the closest town that attracts several tourists. The Chandramouleshwara temple, a Shivs temple that is renowned for its architecture, the Nrupatunga Hill and Unkal lake are popular tourist destinations. Dandeli, which is located 50 km away, is also frequented by tourists. The Dandeli Wildlife anctuary, the Anashi National Park and the Virnoli rapids which are from the river Kali are frequently visited sites.
How to Get There
The Hubli airport is the closest to Anchatgeri village, it is located 8km away.
The Hubli Junction which is 7 km away, is the nearest major railway station that connects Anchatgeri to larger cities.
Hubli is also well connected by road. A number of travel operatrors like VRL Travels, SRS Travels, Sri Durgamba Travels and Riya Travels run daily services from Hubli bus stand. Various bus ticket online booking sites make it convenient for travellers to book their tickets with ease.
Situated on the banks of the River Nethravathi, Dharmasthala is a temple town of Karnataka. The place is famous for its temple by the same name. Apart from the Dharmasthala Temple, Lord Manjunatha Temple, Manjusha Museum, Bahubali, Netravathi River Barrage, Shri Chandranatha Swamy Basadi and Badinede Betta are some of the major attractions in and around the town. The festival of Lakshadeepa held in November attracts a lot of devotees from all across the country. The capital city of Hyderabad is 854 km away from here.
Budget Hotels in Dharmasthala
Hotel Nethravathi Lodge Rajathadri Guest House, Saketha Guest House, Kamath Resort where you can enjoy ultimate hospitality coupled with fine cuisine.
Kannada is the official language of this area.
Events in Dharmasthala
Annual Jathre held in April and Deepotsava celebrated in November are the important festivals of Dharmasthala. Common festivals like Ganesh Chaturthi (August), Navratri (October) and Diwali (November) are also celebrated with great festivity.
Places to See in Dharmasthala
This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva who is worshipped as Ammanavaru, Chandranath and Chandranath. The festival of “Dharma Daivas” was celebrated in April 2013. Chaitra Masa, Ashwayuja Masa and Karthika Masa are the other festivals that will be celebrated in the month of November, 2013.Shri Kshetra Manjunath Temple: This temple which is a kilometer from the Dharmasthala Bus stand is another important temple of the village.Manjusha Museum: The Dharmasthala Bus Stand is a kilometer from this museum which houses rare collection of scripts, religious instruments and objects like silver jewellery, bells.
How to Get There
Mangalore Airport is the nearest domestic and international airport connecting Dharmasthala to important cities across India.
The Mangalore Railway Station is the closest railway junction to Dharmasthala.
Both state buses and private buses offer services in this region. Top private operators like SRS Travels and VRL Travels cater to this area. You can get online bus booking offers through various travel websites, especially during festive occasions.