Visit Spiritual Sites Of Bangalore
If you want a break from your day-to-day life, then go ahead and visit other places like Mumbai, Bangalore, and so on. Now if you live in Delhi, and you want to bring a change from your, routine then why not pay a visit to Bangalore? Exactly, you can visit different places therein, visit your friends and relatives and even try the best cuisines of that place.
How to go?
Well, there are different means, but you can go by plane. Actually, a train would take a lot of time, and you might not be able to spare that much time. But once you have checked the Delhi to Bengaluru flights schedule, you can easily go there within a couple of hours. The flight is indeed the apt choice if you have limited days for your trip.
Are you a Spiritual Person?
If you are a spiritual person and love to go to religious places then you must explore the different religious spots of Bangalore. There are plenty of spots that you can explore and visit and have a divine time. Have a look at some of the most popular spiritual destinations of Bangalore.
It is a 16th century Bull Temple and it was built in Dravidian style. The temple is situated in Basavanagudi. The temple has a four and a half meter tall, six meters long, mammoth monolithic bull that is beautifully carved out of a single granite rock. The temple was constructed by Kempe Gowda. A significant festival of Karnataka, called KadalekayiParishe is held at this temple during the time of November-December. It is the time that farmers offer their first groundnuts to sacred bull.
KoteVenkataramana Temple is devoted to the god Venkateswara. The temple is situated near the old fort at Krishnarajendra Road. Venkataramanswamy Temple is one of the most ancient shrines in Bangalore. You can find a distinct type of historic touch in its design and chic.
Ranganathaswamy Temple -Lord Ranganathaswamy
This temple is an ancient and popular Vaikhanasa temple in the city of Bangalore. It was built in the Vijayanagara chic and style. The temple host different famous Bangalore Karaga Festival and Chariot Festival every single year. You can find a huge rush at this temple.
Constructed in Dravidian and modern architecture, having imposing granite steps, this ISKCON temple is devoted to Lord Krishna. The temple is located on a seven-acre hill known as ‘Hare Krishna Hill’. This temple is one of 40 ISKCON temples in the country. It is a wonderful combination of glass and gopuram, a mixture of contemporary and old styles. You can find a distinct tang in this temple.
Situated in Ulsoor, the Someshwara Temple is one of the architectural masterworks of the Chola dynasty. It has a striking feature Rajagopuram (tower). It is a large pillar that is known as Dwajasthamba, is also spotted in front of a temple. This temple is devoted to lord Shiva.
So, these were a few of the magnificent spiritual destinations of Bangalore.