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The temple with a difference Sri Nambi Narayana Temple

Normally one expects clutter near most temples with hawkers and others jostling. This is where you... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Bengaluru, India
Beautiful temple

Looks like this is one of the lesser known temples in this region. A good visit if you are passing... read more

Reviewed July 25, 2015
Bengaluru, India
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Thondanur, Mandya, India
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Normally one expects clutter near most temples with hawkers and others jostling. This is where you will be pleasantly surprised. The lawns are well maintained, trees mature and provide shade. The surroundings are clean and the temple can be freely explored. The lone priest is...More

Date of experience: December 2018
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Reviewed February 12, 2018

One of the Pancha Narayana Kshetram, Temple is closed even at 9 am. One has to call the Bhattachariyar, (Priest) who resides in the street next to the temple. Perumal (Nambi Narayanan) in Nindra thirukolam. One can see the peeta (chair) , sitting on whcih...More

Date of experience: January 2018
Thank Rajeswari S
Reviewed February 11, 2018

A quiet little quaint village town. The Perumal is different with the position of the Shankha and Chakra reversed. This place of famous, as it is where Ramanukacharya debated with 1000 monks with 1000 headed form of Anantha or Sesha.

Date of experience: July 2017
Thank Sandeep S
Reviewed December 19, 2017

This late Hoysala era construction is a beautifully grand temple, rich in architecture of Lord Narayana deity. Nearby lake is a plus but not so well maintained. Still worth a peek en route to umpteen temples in the district.

Date of experience: June 2017
Thank tan32016
Reviewed July 18, 2016

This is close to Pandavapura and has lots of history over 1000 years. Temple is neat clean and nice and it has escaped the invasion. There are two temples opposite to each other. Sri Ramanuja is said to have stayed in Thondanur. Tonnur Lake is...More

Date of experience: July 2016
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Reviewed May 31, 2016

This place is just like other temple. If you had visited other temples then you can avoid this because this is same like as other.

Date of experience: May 2016
Thank garhwaliya
Reviewed December 17, 2015

Mandya district in state of Karnataka was formed in 1939 and familiar as ‘Sugar town’ (Sakkarepatna). It is on the Bangalore-Mysore road. There are very important religious, especially Vaishnavite shrines, and interesting tourist dots in this district. Among them Sri Nambinarayana Temple at Thondanur, founded...More

Date of experience: March 2015
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Reviewed July 25, 2015

Looks like this is one of the lesser known temples in this region. A good visit if you are passing through this area and you can cover 2 temples opposite to each other and also a nice lake bed which is only a kilometer away...More

Date of experience: July 2015
Thank namdev111
Reviewed May 5, 2015

Thondaoor has very old temples of Vishnu. It is said that Sri Ramanujacharya stayed at Thondanoor. Sri Nambi narayana temple, Venugopalaswamy temple, and Yoga Narasimha swamy temple are the 3 temples one can visit here. They are very close to each other in distance and...More

Date of experience: May 2015
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