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The bull referred to is a sacred Hindu demi-god, known as Nandi. The temple is small but the bull is BIG. It is apparently from 16th century. 30 minutes is enough to cover the visit. There is some link to ground nuts but I didn't...More
It is a very old temple with Swayabhu Ganesha idol whichvis almost 5ft by 6.5 ft. When we visited, the idol was coated with yellow butter all over! An amazing sight!
This place though located at centre of city still gives you a calm and...More
Dodda Ganapathi Temple is in Dodda Basavana Gudi . Lies in heart of basavanagudi and not a temple to be missed if you are in Basavanagudi. There is also nice garden behind this temple known as Bugle Rock. There is great history lies within this...More
This temple is located at Basavangudi, a good residential neighborhood in the city. The Ganesh murthy is huge, made out of a single granite rock. The temple is quiet and peaceful and abuts a park. Like any other Hindu temple, this temple is open between...More
The single rock deity is amazing. This temple is a one of the oldest in Bangalore. Magnificent..Amazing.. is all I can say
Jain Shri Ganesh ki!..
DO note the modern tour operators will no show you this temple. They will only take you to the...More
It is a clean temple with a really big Ganapathy idol.
It is a peaceful temple. Except the Ganapathy idol, there is nothing else to see.
Priests do their job pretty well
You can go directly to Bull Temple from this temple.
There is no...More
Close to Jayanagar and home to the Bull temple after which it was named, Basavanagudi is one of the oldest localities in the vibrant metropolitan of Bengaluru, with structures replete with character, architecture and rich history. Numerous old and
beautiful temples define the true essence of this green locality filled with chirpy markets like the colourful Gandhi Bazaar, many parks with ancient trees, a wide range of unique eateries and dotted with tiny lakes. Taking a stroll here is full of Malgudi Days throwback moments since this pretty lush green neighbourhood has still retained its old-world charm, which might remind you of scenes and stories from the popular collection of short stories by RK Narayan. From a stately old spacious home that once belonged to the Diwan of Mysore, a shop in a heritage family home, a 100-year old home that has turned into a reservoir of modern art, there is a lot of cultural confluence at every step.