In Tamil Nadu, Dharmapuri happens to be one of the most popular tourist attractions. It adds to the natural beauty of the place, with the mighty Kaveri River flowing through its western fringes. Although the destination is renowned for its places of worship, it is also a favorite among lovers of nature. Dharmapuri was known as Thagadur in earlier times, a name derived from the South Indian word Thagadu meaning iron and Our meaning place.
Hogenkal Falls : This is a perfect place for visitors to relax and appreciate nature as it is. Here is a natural drop, the River Cauvery joins Tamilnadu. In the Kannada language, the word means smoky rocks.' When the waterfalls on the thudding rocks and explorers, it gives an experience of it creating smoke. Tourists are permitted to travel around a country made of dinghies (partial) that is the spot's experience case. The mind-releasing variables provided by the localities are bathing, massaging.
Adiyamankottai : Dharmapuri is about 10km from Adiyamankottai. The capital of King Athiyaman, who was one of the seven prominent philanthropists, was also named 'Thagadur'. He was a great admirer of the 'Avvaiyar' Tamil poet. In the mandapam of the Arulmighu Chennaraya Perumal Temple, ancient paintings depicting scenes from the epics of Ramayanam and Mahabaratham are found.
The Salem-Dharmapuri route, Adhiyamankottam was once the capital of Adhiyaman. This place, located seven kilometers from Dharmapuri, is now in ruins. The remains of the roughly oval-shaped fort can be seen by visitors visiting the site. The Chenraya Perumal temple, which is believed to have been built by King Krishna Devaraya as well as the Hoysala kings, is another attraction close to this site.
Places to visit in Dharmapuri
Shri Theerthagirishwarar Temple : One of the ancient temples founded by the kings of Chola and Vijayanagara at Theerthamalai is the Shri Theerthagirishwarar Temple. The site lies in Dharmapuri's Harur taluk and is located at the top of a hill. The temple is frequented during celebrations of Mahashivratri by pilgrims and visitors when the temple is beautifully decorated for the festival. In the temple, several processions are also hosted on this day.
The Subramanya Siva Memorial : The Papparapatti district of the Krishnagiri district. The memorial is dedicated to Subramanya Siva, who was a visionary independent of Tamil Nadu. The anarchist, born at Vathalagundu in September 1884, served with the V.O. Chidambaram Pillai and Bharathi Subramanya. Subramanya Siva encouraged many youngsters to join the freedom struggle with his courage and love for the state.
Sir Thomas Munro Pillar : Sir Thomas Munro Pillar is dedicated to Sir Thomas Munro, who during the 18th century, lived there. He also worked in Baramahal as an assistant to the Superintendent of Revenue.
Karimangalam : Karimangalam is a small town which because of its religious significance, is famous. Covering an area of roughly three sq. Karimangalam is surrounded by the towns of Dharmapuri, Pappireddipatti, and Palacode, a mile from the Dharmapuri district. The ancient temple of Aruneeshwara is the destination's main attraction. Other notable sightseeing attractions include the Krishnagiri Dam and the Government Museum, in addition to the temple.
Dharmapuri Tourist attractions
Kottai Kovil: The temple dedicated to Lord Shiva is Kottai Kovil, situated on the northern side of Dharmapuri. Among visitors, this temple is renowned for its unique sculptures and paintings. The 'Hanging pillar' is one of the highlights of this temple. As per local belief, it is connected to Adhiyamankottai by a hidden passage in this temple.
Hanumanthathirtham : Situated on the bank of the Pennaiyar river, Hanumanthathirtham is a place believed to be synonymous with Tirtamalai. This is the very spot, according to legend, where Lord Rama instructed Hanuman to bring water. Lord Rama, however, formed a waterfall after waiting for a long time. Hanuman threw down the vessel upon seeing this and spilled water at the site, which is currently known as Hanumantatirtham.
Sacred Heart Cathedral : The Cathedral of the Holy Heart, in Dharmapuri, is the seat of the Dharmapuri Roman Catholic Diocese and is a popular tourist spot.
Pick up From Theni/Dindigul.
Then Proceed towards Dharmapuri.
Hotel Check in.
Then proceed to visit Dharmapuri major attractions such as CS Grand, Shri Theerthagirishwarar Temple and Hogenakkal Falls.
Come back to Hotel.
Overnight stay at Hotel.
After Refreshment and Breakfast.
Check out the hotel.
Then proceed to visit Dharmapuri major attractions such as Chenraya Perumal Temple, Subramanya Siva Memorial,Kaveri River and Krishnagiri Dam.
Then Starting Our Journey Towards Theni/Dindigul with Sweet Memories of Dharmapuri.
What 's Included
We can provide stay for ( 2*, 3*, 5*, 7* )
2.Double sharing Rooms
5.Royal Suite Rooms
( as per requirement )
From Trip start to till end the Tour Guide will be take care
Local Speaking Guide - ( English,Tamil,Hindi,Telugu & Malayalam ) *