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Manjusha car Museum

SH 37, Daramasthala, Karnataka 574216, India

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About Manjusha car Museum

Museum with a unique collection of objects, antiques, paintings, art crafts, temple chariots, vintage, and classic cars. The museum is located to the south of the famous Lord Manjunatha temple.



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An 800-year-old temple. The principle deities and protective gods are from both Hinduism and Jainism. The temple is considered unique since it belongs to the Shaiva sect of Hinduism. The priests are Madhwa Brahmins, who are from the Vaishnava sect, and the administration is run by a Jain family called the Pergades.

Bandaje Falls18.02km from Manjusha car Museum

Formed by a tributary of the Netravathi river, it falls from a rocky cliff and is about 200 feet tall. About ten kilometers of hiking is required to get near to this falls.

Kudremukh Peak33.82km from Manjusha car Museum

The second highest peak in Karnataka. Kuduremukha literally means 'horse-face' (in Kannada) and refers to a particular picturesque view of a side of the mountain that resembles a horse's face.

Situated on the banks of river Bhadra, surrounded by forest, this temple is dedicated to the goddess Annapoorneshwari. It is believed that the sage Agastya in 8th century established the icon of the goddess here.

Kukke Shri Subrahmanya Temple40.39km from Manjusha car Museum

Kukke Subramanya is located amidst hills of Subramanya in western ghats. Lord Subramanya is the deity worshiped in the form of a Cobra in the temple.

Manjarabad Fort40.86km from Manjusha car Museum

The fort is at an elevation of 988m above from the sea level built in 1792 by Tippu Sulthan. This fort is a pack of so many mysterious histories.

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Dakshina Kannada, sheltered by the estern Ghats on the east and surrounded by the Arabian Sea on the west.