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This was a long time in our list to go-to places
The complex is a real time standing proof of the rich artmanship and craftsmanship on ancient India. The place is huge and the main temple is in. Centre. People still come to worship.
A short road trip to Lepakshi from Bangalore:
Few Memories of the trip:
1. Road to Lepakshi after airpot will force you to speed up your vehicle.
2. On the way, no good restaurants so pack your foods
3. Greenery is good on the way...More
This temple is located on Bengaluru - Hyderabad highway (NH7) and 180 km from Bengaluru which is on same route of Airport.
On the way to Lepakshi from Bengaluru, you can see Nandi Hills crossing. If one can start early in the morning both can...More
15th century architecture. The old culture of worship, marriage etc.is beautifully sculptured.The history of the floating pillar is amazing.
Do engage the guide there without which you will miss the incredible.
Highway is with lean traffic and a comfortable ride. About 80 KM's from Bangalore....More
Lepakshi is a village coming under the geographic limits of Andhra Pradesh. This place is famous for Veerabhadra temple. The temple has many mythological stories associated with it. We went to see the hanging pillar which is a famous tourist attraction that drives people from...More