Bangalore Temple Tour Package
Bangalore, the city however known for its innovation and vivacity, is likewise rich in the antiquated sanctuaries overflowing with peacefulness and holiness. This IT city is amazingly prosperous in the sanctuaries with extraordinary otherworldly centrality and these blessed spots are known all through the nation for their engineering magnificence too. Covering these spots is one of the prime purposes of allurement for an otherworldly traveler going by the capital city of Karnataka.
This 03 Days and 02 Nights of schedule is conscientiously customized to cover the mainstream and critical sanctuaries of Bangalore. The significant attractions secured in this schedule are Bull Temple, Gavi Gangadhareshwara, Raja Rajeshwari Temple, Omkar Hills, Ragigudda Anjaneya Temple, ISKON, Champakadhama Temple, Meenakshi Sundareshwara Temple, and sanctuaries and Malleshwaram. Going by these sanctuaries offers an extraordinary feeling of peace to the voyagers with a profound center.
Day 01: Bull Temple - Gavi Gangadhareshwara - Omkar Hills - Raja Rajeshwari Temple - ISKCON - Ragigudda Anjaneya Temple
On landing in Bangalore railroad station/airplane terminal, meet our official who will be there for your welcome and a while later, to exchange you to your effectively reserved lodging. Check in at the inn and appreciate mouth watering breakfast served in the inn premises. A short time later, we will leave for the touring voyage through the city and going to its real visitor destinations. We will begin day visit with a visit to the acclaimed Bull Temple. A short time later, we will visit Gavi Gangadhareshwara Temple, Omkar slopes, Rajarajeshwari Temple, ISKCON Temple, Ragigudda Anjaneya Temple. In the wake of investigating these spots, we will return back to the inn for an overnight sit tight.
Bull sanctuary is situated in Basavanagudi and committed to Nandi Bull, the sanctuary has been built in the Dravidian style of design with a tremendous icon of Nandi Bull inside the sanctuary.
Gavi Gangadhareshwara Temple is a well known sanctuary gave to Lord Shiva. It is known for its praiseworthy Indian rock-cut design made out of baffling stone plates in the yard permitting the Sun to sparkle in certain time. The sanctuary have an uncommon symbol of the God of flame, Lord Agni.
Omkar slopes is a profound spot arranged in one of the most astounding spots in Bangalore. It is a home to numerous old sanctuaries, for example, Sri Vana Durga Temple, Sri Matsya Narayana Temple, Sri Dwadasha Jyotirlinga (12 Shiva lingams) Temple, Sri Ganapathi Temple and Sri Nagadevata Temple.
Rajarajeshwari Temple is settled in opulent range of RajaRajeshwari Nagar in Bangalore South. It has been worked according to the rules of Agama Shastra in Dravidian style of engineering. The six feet tall symbol of Goddess Raja Rajeshwari made with appealing stones is one of the real fascination of the sanctuary.
ISKCON Temple is a hillock sanctuary dedicated to Lord Krishna. Worked in the Neo-Classical style, the sanctuary pull in a great many guests from over the globe.
Ragigudda Anjaneya Temple is a sanctuary committed to Hanuman. It has a Shivalinga and the hallowed place of Lord Rama, Sita, Lakshmana, Hanuman in the same arcade. Further, there is a littler sanctuary committed to Navagrahas, Ganesh and Rajarajeshwari comfortable base of the little slope.
Day 02: Malleshwaram Circle Maramma - Kadu Malleshwara - Gangamma Temple - Dakshina Mukha Nandi Theerta Temple - Halasuru Someshwara Temple - Surya Narayana Temple - Shiva Statue
In the morning after breakfast, we will leave to visit the other left well known sanctuaries of Bangalore city. In our today's day visit, we will visit Circle Maramma Temple, Kadu Malleshwara Temple, Gangamma Temple, Dakshina Mukha Nandi Theerta Temple, Halasuru Someshwara Temple and Surya Narayana Temple. We will likewise visit Murugeshpalya to see the Shiva Statue at night. A short time later, we will return back to the lodging for an agreeable overnight sit tight.
Maramma Temple is a sanctuary dedicated to Goddess Maramma and considered as a part of one of the significant vacation spots of the city.
Kadu Malleshwara Temple is one of the most established sanctuaries of Bangalore city dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is arranged in Malleswaram built amid the standard of King Venkojirao Bhonsle of Thanjavur utilizing Dravidian engineering.
Gangamma Temple is one of the famous sanctuaries of Bangalore. It is devoted to Goddess Ganga speaking to the stream Ganga (Ganges), the main River Goddess of Hindu Mythology.
Dakshina Mukha Nandi Theerta Temple in Malleshwaram is devoted to Lord Shiva. One can witness the water tumbling from the mouth of Nandi (Bull - Vehicle of Lord Shiva) on Shiva Linga and going straight into Kalyani (a little lake) before the Lord. This is one of the significant attractions of the sanctuary.
Halasuru Someshwara Temple is another of the most established sanctuaries of Bangalore. It was developed in the sixteenth century by Kempe Gowda I. The sanctuary's engineering is its significant fascination that gets vacationer's consideration. It showcases the ideal mix of Vijayanagara and Hoysala, Chola design.
Surya Narayana Temple of Bangalore is one of only a handful couple of sanctuaries in India dedicated to Lord Surya Narayana (Sun God). It is composed in Chola style with 3.25 feet icon alongside Prabhavalli.
Day 03: Meenakshi Sundareshwar Temple - Champakadhama Temple
On the most recent day of our visit, we will visit Meenakshi Sundareshwar Temple and Champakadhama Temple. In the wake of investigating these two antiquated sanctuaries, we will return back to the lodging and rest for quite a while. Later at night, we will look at from the inn and get immediate exchange to Bangalore airplane terminal/railroad station to load up flight or prepare for forward destination.
Meenakshi Sundareshwar Temple is excellent sanctuary situated at Bannerghatta Road. It is a little form of the first Madurai sanctuary situated in Tamilnadu. The icon of Lord Sundareshwar is situated in the focal point of the sanctuary alongside the symbol of Goddess Meenakshi settled on the opposite side of the sanctuary.
Champakadhama Temple is settled in curious surroundings in Bannerghatta. It was worked back in twelfth century under the ruler Tamilarasa amid Hoysala period. The sanctuary is dedicated to Lord Champakadhama, the representation of Lord Vishnu.
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