Its suppose to be a religious spot but the hygiene is so poor that you will never want to take a dip in this holy water
Kotiteetha is lake of shrine water, but now due to bad maintenance and negligence this lake filled with plants and small crocodiles. Inspite of several warning people used to wash clothes and utensils. This lake spoiled and died now ? Now vet bad to see this lakey. Govt not taking any serious actions....
Kotitirtha is a huge pool of water within the main town. There are steps leading down to the water on all sided on an eclosure for priests to pray in right above the water on one of the wallls. The steps are shut though, and there is a stern warning to people to stay away from the water as 'Many... More
When I went to Gokarna I was expecting a really spiritual feel but instead I found a few temples surrounded by a typical tourist trap (ie goa; restaurants with english menus, bong shops etc- not what I wanted). I spent a couple disappointing days hanging about then as I was about to leave took a small cycle and that is... More
This review is from the point of view of a non-Hindu western visitor: Gokarna is a town of many temples and place of pilgrimage for Hindus, also attracting many independent travelers from all over the world. For non-Hindus like myself, the attraction of this place is the experience of India on a spiritual level not found in other popular destinations... More
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