South India has its divinity folded in its cultural Places and also has a unique essence of connection with nature. By visiting these places in Bangalore you will get a real connection with it to your soul. This connectivity of nature and culture help us to understand the value of Indian culture. With this, we will get closer to philosophical and religious culture by visiting the important place here.
In this article, we will discuss the information related to some important temples to visit in Bangalore which will help to turn on the phase of the real essence of spirituality and its connection with rich Indian culture.
For the devotee and lover of Lord Krishna, this ISKCON TEMPLE in Bangalore is the very best place to visit. Where they can explore the divinity and also get the chance to come close to have a glimpse of Krishna’s life and teaching. International Society of Krishna Consciousness plays an important role to glorify the love and devotion to Radha and Krishna.
Address of ISKCON Temple is: Hare Krishna Hill, Chord Rd, 1st R Block, Bangalore, Karnataka 560010
Timing to visit the ISKCON Temple is:
|Morning||4:15 AM to 5:0 AM|
|Daytime||7:15 AM to 1:00 PM|
|Evening||4:00 PM to 8:30 PM|
During this time you will get the chance to see the rituals of the morning and that will pour you a positive aura and energy within you. It is located in Rajajinagar and the construction was completed in 1997. This ISKCON is the popular name of a semimonastic Vaishnava Hindu organization founded in the United States in 1965 by A.C. Bhakti Vedanta (Swami Prabhupada; 1896–1977) who was a great devotee of Lord Krishna.
Big Bull Temple
Nandi the ardent devotee of Lord Shiva and Lord Ganesha the beloved son who is also known as the one who is worshipped first in all the Hindu rituals. This temple is located in the South area of Bangalore. Dodda Basavana Gudi is also known as the biggest Nandi Temple in the world.
Nandi Temple was built by Vijayanagar ruler Kempe Gowda. In this temple, a huge Nandi statue was carved out of granite rock. This Nandi Temple is connected with Dodda Ganesha Gudi.
Bull Temple Rd, Basavanagudi, Bangalore, Karnataka 560004
6:00 AM to 8:00 PM. You can also visit the temple including public holidays.
Someswara Temple is located in the neighbourhood of Halasuru in Bangalore. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and built by Cholas and also renovated by Vijayanagara Empire. This Shiva Temple also comes in one of the oldest temples in Bangalore. Lord Shiva is worshipped as Someswara in this temple. The one who is the Lord of Moon (AKA Demi-God Soma).
Ulsoor Rd, Someshwarpura, Ulsoor, Bangalore.
6 am to 12 pm, and
4 pm to 9 pm.
Kote Venkataramana Temple
Kote Venkataramana Temple is located in Basavanagudi, next to Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace. It is the temple that is dedicated to Lord Vishnu’s one of divine form and as a presiding deity Lord Venkateswara. It was built by the Chikka Deva Raja who was the ruler of Mysore in the 17th century.
39, Krishna Rajendra Rd, Kalasipalya, and Bangalore.
6:00 AM – 6:00 PM
This temple is located at Cholachagudd in Bagalkot. It was built in 1915 and dedicated to Goddess Parvathi’s incarnation also known as Banashankari. This name stands for the Goddess who rules the forest and very closely signifies that how nature plays an important role in our daily life.
S Kariyappa Road, Kanakpura Main Road, Sarbandapalya, Banashankari Temple Ward, Bangalore.
6:00 am – 6:00 pm
Don’t miss the opportunity to visit these places. This will give you the chance to connect yourself with the divine culture and help you to cultivate the art and cultural creative work in your intelligence.