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Bhoga Nandeeshwara Temple

Bhoga Nandeeshwara Temple is a Hindu temple located in Nandi village, at the base of Nandi Hills in the Chikkaballapur district of Karnataka state, India. It is dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva. Distance (From Bangalore): 54 Kms Visited From: Nandi Hills (9.5 km) Trip Duration (Including Travel): 2 Hours Place Location: In Nandi Village, Near Nandi Hills Transportation Options: Bus / Cab / Auto Travel Tips: This place is usually...

Sri Jagajjanani Temple Nandyal

“Sri Jagajjanani Temple” is one of a kind temple, located at Nandyal in the state of Andhra Pradesh. which is 40 Kms from Nandyal. Veerabrahmendra Swamy Temple and Matam is famous in Banaganapalle.Just 25 km away from BanaganPalle, there is a 2nd largest cave in India. The name of cave is Belum Cave. Hindu pilgrimage place, which is named for...

Guddattu Jaladhivasa Maha Ganapathi Temple

Guddattu is located about 15 km from Kundapur in Udupi district. The Jaladhivasa Ganapathi (Vinayaka) Temple here is unique of its kind in India. This ancient temple is situated on the foot of a huge rock, which looks like a sleeping elephant. On both sides of the rock are surrounded by the forest and lush green paddy fields and the place is picturesque. How to...

Dodda Ganapathi Temple Bangalore

Situated on the Bull temple Road of Basavanagudi, Dodda Ganapathi Temple is one of the most popular temples of the city and is widely known for its huge monolith of Lord Ganesha which is about 18 feet high and 16 feet wide. Captivating hordes of visitors every day, this temple is quite popular not just amongst Bangalore residents but also amongst...

Venkataramana Temple Mulki

Mulki happened to be the capital of a small kingdom of Jain rulers called Savanths. Standing on the banks of river Shambhavi, close to the Arabian sea the town boasts of one of the most prominent temples of GSB community. On the eastern part of Mulki facing East is our Shri Venkataramana Temple located in an area called Vola-Lanke which if...

SHRI MADHAVARAYA SWAMY TEMPLE GORANTLA

Gandikota Madhavaraya Temple is around 15 km from Jammalamadugu town and 77 km from Kadapa (formerly known as Cuddapah). Kadapa is around 275 km from Chennai (NH5), 276 km from Bangalore, and 400 km from Hyderabad. Madhavaraya Temple Gorantla History: Temple was built during by King Narasimha Saluva dynasty of the Vijayanagara empire in 1354 A.D.There is a maha mantap with...

THIRUMALAI KOVIL TEMPLE TENKASI

THIRUMALAI KOVIL of the lords name most of the people in this region have the name 'thirumalai'. Distance (From Tenkasi Bus Station): 14 Kms Visited From: Tenkasi Bus Station Trip Duration (Including Travel): 1-2 Hours Transportation Options: Bus / Cab At a distance of 5 km from Panpoli Bus Stop, 14 km Tenkasi, 18 km from Courtallam and 71 km from Tirunelveli, Thirumalai Kovil is a Murugan temple...

Adi Jaganatha Perumal temple Rameswaram

Adi Jaganatha Perumal temple in Thirupullani which is considered to be one of the 108 Divya Desams dedicated to Vishnu. Here Rama is seen in a reclining posture and is referred to as Dharbasayanar Ramar. Distance (From Rameshwaram): 66 Kms Visited From: Ramanathapuram Trip Duration (Including Travel): 1 Hour Place Location: 15 Kms From Ramanathapuram Transportation Options: Bus / Cab. Travel Tips: This place is usually visited along with Ramanathapuram (15...

Ashtalakshmi Temple Hyderabad

Ashta Lakshmi Temple is a popular pilgrim destination located on the suburbs of Hyderabad, at a distance of 12 km from Nampally.Ashta Lakshmi Temple is dedicated to eight forms of Sri Lakshmi who are the symbols of power, wealth and health. Ashta Lakshmi Temple of Hyderabad is significant for its unique idols of Goddess Lakshmi, which are made of...

Akkanna Madanna Temple Hyderabad

Akkanna Madanna Temple is a traditional Hindu temple of Goddess ‘Mahankali’ located in Shalibanda, Old City, Hyderabad. This temple is known for the celebrations of Bonalu festival in Hyderabad. This temple was constructed by two Bharmin brothers ‘Akkanna’ and ‘Madanna’ during the time of Sultanate of Golkonda. (1674 to 1685). Distance to Akkanna Madanna Temple: -20 Kms from Secunderabad Railway Station -139 Kms...