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One of the oldest and popular temples in Bengaluru is Banashankari Amman temple. Always crowded. People worship with strong faith. This place reminded me of Maangadu Amman temple in Chennai. The main deity is Banashankari Amman (a form of Durga). So Tuesday and Friday are...More
The Banashankari Amma temple is among the most popular temples of Bangalore and is frequented by a large number of devotees at all times. Location-wise, the temple is extremely well-connected by public transport, as it is right next to both the Banashankari Bus Depot as...More
Situated in kanakapura road.. Very easy to get here as this is one of the very busy places.. Has good bus facility.. Devotees who come here prepare diyas with lemon and cotton wick.. They light it to make a wish or for the blessings of...More
We visited to temple last month for a festival. It took around 1 hour to complete darshan. After that we even had lunch in the temple itself(Lunch is provided only on festival/special occasions). It was completely good visit with family and friends.
Banshankri Amma is very powerful and lucky to me. She fulfills all my wishes. Navagrahas inside temple depicts the specialty of temple, if we visit to this temple we can see beautiful statutes of lord shiva and vinayaka.
One of the best holly place to...More
The Banashankari Amma Temple is among the highly famous temples in Bangalore. People who visit the temple show strong faith and belief to the Goddess Banashankai who resides in the temple.
Lying just across the busy streets of Banashankari – the temple has been renovated...More
Coming to this old temple is a blessing each time . The famed area is named after this well known temple . The idol of the Goddess beautiful and and the devotion rises in the soul. The fridays are more popular and crowded here but...More
I have lived in Banshankari for the better part of my life. So any auspicious occasion would warrant a visit to this heritage temple built in 1915. The temple premise is quite huge and was renovated few years before. It gets very crowded on Tuesdays...More