Temples in Bangalore

  • Bheemalingeswara Temple
    The Bheemalingeswara Temple is located in Kaivara, a small town in the Chikballapur district of Karnataka.
  • Bhoga Nandeeshwara Temple
    The Nandi hills are situated at a height of almost 1500 meters above sea level and about 45 kms from Bangalore,
  • The Bull Temple
    This temple, built by Kempe Gowda, houses the magnificent stone statue of the sacred bull, Nandi. It stands over 15 feet tall and is over 20 feet long . In Nov/Dec every year, when the groundnuts have been harvested, a groundnut fair is held near the temple. The first groundnuts are offered by the farmers to the sacred bull.
  • Chamarajashwara Temple, Chamarajanagar
    Chamarajashwara Temple is regarded as a very important seat of Hinduism in the country.
  • Channakeshava Temple, Anekal
    The Channakeshava Temple in Anekal, Karnataka in the Bangalore Urban district is a magnificent example of the Vijayanagar style of temple architecture.
    Situated on Chord Road, it is a must visit temple in Bangalore. It stands over a small hill and is a very clean and well maintained temple. Akshaya Patra program sponsored by the temple is very popular.
  • The Dharmaraja Temple
    Located at Nazarethpet in the suburbs of Bangalore, this temple is the starting point of the annual Karaga procession. The revered idols of this temple are the Shri Dharmaraja Swamy, hero of the Mahabharata and Lord Krishna.
  • The Gangadhareshware Temple
    Known for its four monolithic pillars and rare idol of Agni, the God of fire,this temple was built by Kempe Gowda. A unique phenomena is witnessed here on Jan 13/14th every year when the rays of the setting sun enter through the window, pass between the horns of the Nandi and shine on the Shivalingam.
  • Gaurishwara Temple, Yelandur
    Yelandur was a prominent town during the Chola Rule in Karnataka. The Gaurishwara Temple is a major pilgrim and tourist attraction here.
  • Ghati Sri Subramanya Temple, Doddaballapura
    Ghati Sri Subramanya Temple is one of the most popular temples amongst the hundreds that are scattered in and around Bangalore.
  • Sri Kabbalamma TempleSri Kabbalamma temple is located in the Kabbal village in the Kanakapura Taluk of Ramanagara district.
  • Muthyala Madugu, Anekal
    Muthyala Madugu or Muthyala Maduvu is a picnic spot located a few kilometers away from Bangalore.
  • Sri Shanimahathma Temple, Madhure
    Sri Shanimahathma temple is located a few kilometers away from Bangalore city near Nelamangala town.
  • Shirdi Sai Mandir, Hoskote
    The Shirdi Sai Mandir in Hoskote is a temple dedicated to Shirdi Sai Baba. It is situated in Hoskote, a town on the outskirts of Bangalore district.
  • Venugopalaswamy Temple, Devanahalli
    The name literally means ‘the abode of gods’ and has plenty of temples to its name, including the Venugopalaswamy temple in the Bangalore rural area.
  • Vishwa Shanti Ashram, Arishinakunte
    Vishwa Shanti Ashram is a spiritual center near Bangalore. It is located on the Bangalore Tumkur highway, in Arishinakunte village in Nelamangala Taluk.
  • Yediyur Siddhalingeshwara Swamy Temple
    Yediyur Siddhalingeshwara Swamy temple is located on the Mangalore- Bangalore highway (NH 48).

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