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Located in Basavanagudi, this temple (built by Kempegowda in the Dravidian style) contains a huge granite monolith of Nandi. The temple grounds also host the annual groundnut fair in November/December. The nearby Dodda Ganesha Temple and Bugle Rock...more
Suggested duration: < 1 hour
Bugle Hill, Bull Temple Rd, Basavangudi, Bengaluru 560004, India
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It was great to see the place but it was sort of anticlimactic. I wasn't sure what I was expecting but I was a little disappointed at the inside. The outside is spectacular, as are a lot of temples in India.
The architecture is gorgeous, and the energy inside the temple is incredible. I wouldn’t recommend to book a tour for this, it’s so small it doesn’t take long. The story of the bull is posted outside the temple so you can learn all about it...More
This temple is situated within the Bangalore city and closest to the Dodda Ganesh Temple. The Temple is well known for the biggest idol of Bull. The Bull temple has a local history, which says the temple is made for a big Bull which used...More
"Basava" translates to sacred bull in Kannada known as Nandi a close devotee and attendant of Lord Shiva. It is a stone monolith idol of Nandi carved out of a single piece of rock and is arguably the biggest bull temple anywhere in the world....More