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Guruvayoorappan temple at Nettigere ... Peaceful and serene atmosphere ... You have a dress code to enter the temple .. Please don’t spoil the atmosphere if you are planning to visit this temple ..stay blessed ..
The place is beautiffully located with water flowing around, trees & kinda forest area, large tenple area for relaxing & meditating & finally the delicious prasadam..
u'll surely visit twice if u been here once.
All kerala rituals of not wearing shirt, shorts, wear mundu,...More
We went to this temple on our trip to shivanasamudram via kanakapura.This is a small but beatiful temple with nice sarroundings and almost close to main road.Parking no problem.Worth a visit built on kerala style
This temple is small but the architecture of the temple makes it great.The priests at the temple were also very humble in nature.This place fills you with positive energy.There was also a small pond and coconut trees near the temple.
Small temple ,but set under scenic beauty ,a water body in front of the temple adds to the attraction.
The priest was very pleasant and made the visit a great experience.
Dress code is same as the original Guruvayor temple at kerala.
Located on kanakapura...More
My father was an ardent devotee of Lord Guruvayoorappan and a visit to the original temple in Trichur in Kerala was atleast undertaken once every year until his health made it difficult to travel. So for me, it was a God sent blessing when someone...More
This is perhaps the Guruvayoor away from Guruvayoor. Beautiful serene temple located on the outskirts of Bangalore .. calm, peaceful and silent. The Murthy is very nice (what else can you expect from Guruvayurappan :) .. )
Definitely worth more than one visit !!
Nettigere Guruvayurappan temple is located off Kanakapura road on NH 209 and is 35 kms away from the city. The temple opens at 5.30 am and closes at 12 noon. And again its opened between 5.30 pm and 8.30 pm.
It is a lovely little temple on the Kanakapura main road very similar to the Guruvayoor temple and run by typical kerala priests. Had been here for the solid food feeding ceremony of my daughter. The atmosphere was very serene and temple is well maintained.