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This temple authorities maintains temple decorum. They manage the queue well and allow followers a chance to have a pooja and stay for at least a few minutes while pooja is going on. Authorities are not in a rush to push us out. Please visit
They made a small stage and decorated with glass pieces and enamel. The God is placed on stage. I felt Though it is small it reminds of mughal e azam song decoration. We get to see this only during some big festivities.
This temple is a quite exceptional when it comes to festivals as they decorate with grandeur and they too hold a chariot procession of God within the temple. They have a wooden chariot carved excellent. Bhakti is infused by the big vekataramana idol.
Its is in the center of city, hence easy to reach. Fine temple with main daity of Venkataramana. On the sides you have a Hanuman and the other side beautiful amman.
You can also perform Kalyana Utsavam in this temple. Well organized and nice temple...More
The Kote Venkataramana temple dedicated to Lord Venkatramana is located adjacent to the Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace in the K R Market area of Bengaluru.
"Kote" means Fort in Kannada. This temple is believed to have been built in 1689 by the then ruler of...More
This temple is very close to the KR Market and in the mid-city. Easily accessible and well maintained by the Govt. of Karnataka department. It has a history of Bengaluru and one can get more details about this place on Google. Ample parking space is...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.