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5 Magnificent Temples To Offer Prayers & Bask In The Glory Of The Almighty

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This city is brimming with a number of ancient temples and religious spots & is a hub of spiritual seekers. A trip to the city is incomplete without a visit to the temples where you can soak in the tranquillity and bask in the glory of the almighty. Here’s a list of the most stunning temples in the city that y’all need to visit, so keep readin’ fellas!

1. Sugreeva Venkateshwara Temple

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Picture Credits: Maitri Hegde

This stunning temple houses a 6 ft tall statue of Sugreeva and it highly resembles the idol of Lord Hanuman. If you take a closer look, you’ll see 2 teeth stinking out and that’s what makes the idol of Sugreeva different from Lord Hanuman’s. There is also an idol of Lord Venkateshwara on the pedestal.

Where | Sugreeva Venkateshwara Temple - 133, Balepete Main Rd, Balepete, Chickpet
Timings | 6 - 11:30 AM & 3 - 8:30 PM

2. Kote Venkataramana Temple 

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Built-in 1689 by King Chikka Devaraja Wodeyar, it comprises of a garbhagriha. The interiors of this temple are decorated modestly and the pillars are engraved with mythical beasts from Hindu legends. Vaikuntha Ekadashi is a grand festival that is celebrated here and is swarmed with devotees on the festival days!

Where | Kote Venkataramana Temple - 39, Krishna Rajendra Rd, Kalasipalya
Timings | 8 AM - 12 Midnight
Call Them | +91 8022 906 022

3. Kempfort Shiva Temple

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The Kempfort Shiva Temple features a 65 ft tall statue of Lord Shiva and is truly a sight to behold. A popular religious spot in town, this temple is swarmed with visitors throughout the year. Built-in 1995 by sculptor Kashinath, there’s also a 32 ft tall statue of Lord Ganesha on the premises.

Where | Kempfort Shiva Temple - 97, HAL Old Airport Road, Kemp fort mall Parking, Ramagiri, Murgesh Pallya
Timings | 24*7

4. Sri Panchamukhi Ganesha Temple

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This stunning temple is nestled in the lap of nature and you can witness the glorious panch mukha Ganesha here. Built according to the shree chakra, Lord Ganesha is situated on the top of the temple in the form of a pyramid. There’s also a wishing tank in the premises that also has fishes in it.

Where | Sri Panchamukhi Ganesha Temple - 19/20, Mysore Rd, Kengeri Satellite Town

5. Dharmaraya Swamy Temple

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Picture Credits: Satish Kumar

Dharmaraya Swamy Temple is one of the oldest and famous temples in town and was built by the city’s oldest community called Tigalas. This temple is dedicated to Draupadi and the Pandavas. It also houses the idols of Bheema, Arjuna, Sahadeva and Adi Shakti.

Where | Dharmaraya Swamy Temple - Sri Dharmaraya Swamy Temple Main Road, Old Taluk Cutchery Rd, Thigalarpet, Nagarathpete
Timings | 6 AM - 12 Midnight
Call Them | +91 9900 105 874

So folks, take a break and head over to these temples ASAP!

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