The beautiful city of Bangalore is home to many parks, many more IT companies, residential complexes and entertainment avenues. Like an oasis amidst the constant flurry of activity in the city are the charming temples. They not only represent an important symbol of the city's culture but also are places of peace and meditation.
The many temples scattered across the city and outskirts range from small wayside idols under a tree to ancient architecture that boast of tall Gopurams. Some of the temples are showcased in this visual temple tour of Bangalore. Enjoy the relaxing journey!
The beautiful statue of Lord Hanuman in Agara.
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Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple
Idols decorated during the Chariot Festival at Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple.
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The confluence of modern and traditional architecture at ISKCON Temple, Bangalore.
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Dodda Ganeshana Gudi or The Bull Temple
The famous Bull Temple which is the largest such temple in the world.
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Sri Someshwara Swami Temple
The lovely statue of Nandi at the Sri Someshwara Swami Temple in Bangalore.
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The lovely statue of Lord Shiva at the Shiv Mandir in Bangalore.
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The stunning Bhoganandeeswara Temple in Bangalore.
Photo Courtesy: Sumeet Malhotra
Kote Venkataramana Temple
The calm Mantapa Hall of the Kote Venkataramana Temple.
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A Nagaraja Temple
Worship of snakes is a popular in the Hindu culture. A temple of Lord Nagaraja at the outskirts of Bangalore.
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Temple of Meditation
The lovely exteriors of the main temple of Art of Living.
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