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Temples in Bangalore (22)

Prasanna Veeranjaneya Temple
The uniqueness of the Prasanna Veeranjaneya temple, apart from the 22-foot-high deity of Veeranjaneya, is its peaceful atmosphere. The cool breeze and surrounding greenery, coupled with an aura of mysticism, bring solace to devotees visiting the temple. Read more...

Gavi Gangadareshwara Temple
his temple, also located near Basavanagudi, is well known for its remarkable architecture. The Gavi Gangadhareshwara temple is one of the oldest temples in Bangalore. Legend has it that the cave temple dates back to the Tretha Yuga. Kempegowda built two of the oldest temples in Bangalore: the Bull temple and the Gavi Gangadareshwara Temple. The temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvathi is inside a natural cave in Gavipuram. Read more...

Shiva Statue: Airport Road
The Shiva Temple, located on Airport Road, is seated Shiva in the Himalayas, built in the year 1995. Shiva's idol is a great crowd puller due to its grandeur, aesthetic values, scenic beauty and majestic look. During festivals it draws nearly four to five lakhs of devotees in a day. Puja seva (service) is free of cost for everyoneIt boasts of Awesome 65 feet high depiction of Lord Shiva seated in Lotus position. Read more...

Kadu Mallikarjunaswamy
Built in one of the oldest areas in Bangalore - Malleswaram, the temple is on a hillock. As the legend goes, the temple belonged to Chatrapati Shivaji's stepbrother Venkoji, who came upon a 'shivalingam' in 1669 and consecrated the temple around it.Read more...

Banashankari Temple
The uniqueness of Sri Banashankari Amma Temple is that the deity, Banashankari Amma is worshipped in Rahukala, an inauspicious time according to Hindu belief. The area, Banashankari is named after the goddess. Situated on the busy Kanakapura Road, it is one of the most popular temples of Bangalore.Read more...

Bull Temple
The Bull Temple is located at Basavangudi, atop 'Bugle hill' in Bangalore. Kempe Gowda, who is known as founder of Bangalore, constructed this temple in a typical Dravadian style. The temple has a mammoth monolithic bull called 'Nandi' which is 4.5m high and 6.5m long. It is believed that the statue keeps on growing in size further and further.Read more...

Baidhanmai and Cawasji Dadabhai Dar-E-Meher
This Parsi temple, situated at the corner of Queen's Road and Cunningham Road, has carvings of bulls on its many pillars.It is open only to Zoroastrians, the followers of Zoroaster - the prophet of the ancient religion of Iran.Read more...

ISKCON Temple
Sri Sri Radha Krishna Chandra Temple is accredited for having the ISKCON's largest temple complex in the world. Being made by the Iskcon cult, the magnificent shrine is commonly known as Iskcon Temple. Located on west of Chord Road in Bangalore, the colossal shrine sprawls on seven-acres of 'Hare Krishna Hill'. This outstanding temple is one amongst the best shrines constructed by the ISKCON. Iskcon Temple can be reached easily by taking regular buses, local vehicles or by hiring taxis from the city of Bangalore.Read more...

DoddaGanesha Temple
The monolithic Ganesha is about 18 ft in height and 16 ft in width. The God is also known as Shakthi Ganapathi or Satya Ganapathi. People from all walks of life come here to seek blessings. What makes this idol more attractive to the devotees is, the different types of decorations that are done during the week. The most famous is the butter coating of the idol. More than 100 kgs of butter is used for this purpose.Read more...

Omkar Hill Ashram

Omkar Hills is the tallest glorious and devotional spots in Bangalore with the avowed objective of propagating. The Ashrama has a Goshala, a Sanskrit Pathashala and arrangements for training in Vedagamas.Swamiji arranges for the lighting of “Karthika Jyothi” on the Sacred day of Pournima in the month of Karthik every year. Large numbers of devotees throng the Ashrama on this auspicious occasion.Swamiji’s greatest ambition has been to construct a huge Temple Complex known as Jyothirlinga Temple Complex – comprising of twelve Jyothirlinga Temples with the Deities in the same pattern as they exist in the various states of our country. Swamiji’s objective is to provide an easy opportunity to even a common man to have the satisfaction of visiting these Sacred Temples spread all country – a rich treasure of our religion.

Distance: Located in Srinivasapura, Omkar hills is around 20 km from Bangalore city center and 5 - 6 km off Mysore road

Journey time: By bus 60 – 90 minutes and by private vehicle around an hour.

How to reach there: From KR Market near Tippu’s fort bus# 225, #227. The stop name is Srinivasapura and the identification is JSS institute of Technical Education. Now you just have to climb the Omkara hill.

From Majestic bus# 225C goes till BEML 5th stage. From there take a right turn – now you can walk taking the Uttarahalli – Kengeri main road for a kilometer and half or you may hire a auto till JSS college.

Buses are also available from Banashankari, Kengeri (bus# 222D), Marathalli.

Route: Mysore road – Raja Rajeshwari temple gate – BEML 5th stage – Uttarahalli/Kengeri main road – Srinivasapura – JSS college

Where to eat: No food is available. However, you can get soft drinks, fruti and appy juce.

Where to stay: The ashram seems to have a residential building but I am not sure if they allow to stay.

Languages Spoken: Kannada, Hindi, English

Omkar ashram or omkara ashram is founded by Sri Sri Shivapuri Mahaswamiji in 1992. The hill rises more than 2500 feet and is a adobe of peace. One can spend time being just with oneself and cool breezes passing by. The place also offers an awesome bird’s view of the southern part of Bangalore. At the very entrance you will find a new temple complex is being built in both north indian and dravidian style. On the right hand side looks the ashram caretakers residential building. Once you move in and take the steps on the left hand side, you will find a huge clock manufactured by HMT. The fact files says:

The biggest clock in the world, even bigger than Big Ben in London, UK.
The clock weighs around 500 kg.
The hour stick weighs around 50 kg, minute 40 kg and second 25 kg.

Every completion of an hour it makes the sound AUM equal to the number of time in the clock. Example, if it is 10 am it will say AUM 10 times. I head a 100 ft by 100 ft structure of the letters AUM will be installed on Omkar hills so that it can see from anywhere in Bangalore. Amaizing! Besides the clock on the left is the Dhyana mandir (prayer hall) of guruji of the ashram. Now again climb few more steps to get on to the highest point on the hill. From here one can get an awesome view and gives ample opportunity for photography. Here a big Banyan tree
is surrounded by 8 statues or symbols representing Buddhism, Christianity, Islam, Jainism, Dwaita, Vishishtadwaita, Adwaita and Sikhism. Next you will find a marble plated room which will be typically closed. However, you can sit here to take lung full of cool breaths to think about yourself, be at peace, meditate or just let your mind run wild. The gentle breeze of wind and the surrounding will simply make you feel happy. This is one of the lesser known spot to vist in Bangalore. But it is worth visiting.

Sri Sri Shivapuri Mahaswamji

His Holiness SRI SRI SHIVAPURI MAHASWAMJI founded Omkara ashrama Mahasamsthana in 1992 on Omkar Hills.

Born on 30th Jan 1948, Swamiji had spiritual learnings from the childhood itself. After finishing his schooling, Swamiji joined Kailas Ashrama Mahasamsthana founded by Jagadguru Shivaratna Puri Mahaswamiji known popularly as Jagadguru Thiruchi Maha Swamiji in 1963. Swamiji was the most beloved disciple of the great Thiruchi Maha Swamiji, who arranged for imparting to him knowledge of various Shastras and Agamas from renowned Scholars and Pundits. He made very great strides in his own way and distinguished himself as a great asset to the Mahasamsthanam. After finishing his Graduation in Sanskrit he was initiated into Sanyas in 1976 and very soon he had to shoulder great responsibilities as the Administrative officer of the Ashram. The magnificient Temple of Divine Mother Rajarajeshwari built in his time with great pains. Swamiji organized regular poojas, special poojas, homas and festivities in a very systematic manner as per the Agama Shastras. Swamiji was very much instrumental in spreading the fame of Kailas Ashrama Mahasamsthana and the Temple far and wide, drawing innumerable devotees from India and Abroad.
Another very significant achievement is the creation of six Jagadguru Peethas for some of the major sects and installation of a Jagadguru for each Matha, after due coronation. These Jagadgurus are working as a unifying force in their own way – and thus the backward communities have found their own Spiritual Masters to guide them in Secular and Spiritual matters.

Swamiji is an embodiment of pure love which flows continuously without any barrier of caste, creed or religion. His care concern and hospitality leave an indelible on everyone who comes in contact with him great are his ideals, great is his mission in life and great is his attraction.

Sri Sri Swamiji left his body and attain mukthi on 25-07-2007

Clock Tower

A magnificient Tower Clock, bigger than the reputed Big Ben of London, with provision to bring out Shankanada and Omkaranada along with the striking of each hourly gong, has been installed on the Hill.

Swamiji is known for his innovative initiatives in all walks of life. True to that, he planned and got his plan executed by installation of a unique Tower Clock. This is the second clock in the world and is bigger than the Big Ben of London.

At the commencement of every hour, the clock chimes the sound of couch (Shankanada) followed by “Om” five times. The Shankanada is meant to awaken the consciousness of everyone to the great truth which is revealed by five Omkara to follow. Om which is a combination of three syllables A, U and M – represents the three states of life (the waking, the dreaming and the deep sleep state), creation, existence and dissolution, etc. It is the hub of the wheel which represents all the gamut’s of our life. Prasnopanishad describes Om as one imperishable and immutable sound and one who contemplates on the supreme spirit (Brahman) by this sound will abide in the very source of light and energy. After drawing the attention to the supreme spirit, the gong of each hour indicates the passing away of time. Swamiji correctly describes that the gong tells everyone that the time is passing away and each one should turn his attention to achieving his permanent goal without anymore delay. The following serves perhaps as the quintessence of the call given by this clock as well as by the respected Swamiji.

Watch your thoughts They become words
Watch your words They become action
Watch your actions They become habits
Watch your habits They become character
Watch your character It becomes your destiny

Hall of Religious Harmony

Religion is essentially a way for men to reach God who abides in everyone’s hear. It seeks to lift man from the fetters of mundane existence and guide him along the higher reaches of mind and heart.

The message of all religions is to give more than to receive; is to perceive and not to deceive; is for attainment and not for commitment. Universal Brotherhood and mutual respect are the core teachings of every religion. The Vedas proclaim “Ekam sat, vipra bahudha vadanthi – truth is one; sages proclaim it differently”. All mystics speak the same truth but in different languages and different manners.

But, divisiveness is the oldest and the most persistent disease which has afflicted the human race through aeons of existence. Innumerable conflicts are raging everywhere because of factions within and between different groups.

Extremely worried by the divisiveness and resultant inharmonic, Sri Shivapuri Mahaswamiji who is an ardent advocate of integration and assimilitation has built this Hall of Religions with the statues of all religious leaders of leading communities. Swamiji has been propagating harmony among the various religious groups by arranging seminars on “Sarva dharma Samanvaya” in which religious leaders of different communities participate.

Swamiji’s call is loud and clear – God is one, don’t quarrel among yourselves and live like brothers and sisters with peace.

Sanathana Dharma with particular emphasis on the inherent unity of all religious. Swamiji has constructed a Sarva Dharma Samanvaya Mantapa a hall of principal religions with the statues of their founders. He has been organizing a number of functions at this place in order to inculcate in everyone the Vishwa bhratrutva – Universal Brotherhood. Leaders of various religious sects speak at this place. Bhajans are also organized here very frequently. Large numbers of devotees attend and partake of the Blessings of Swamiji.

Official Website: http://omkarhills.org

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Radhashtami Festivities at ISKCON

Radhastami Festivities at ISKCON Bangalore

Srimati Radharani is the eternal consort of Lord Krishna. She appeared on the eighth day of the bright fortnight in the month of Bhadra (August – September) fifteen days after the birth of Lord Sri Krishna. She is the foster daughter of Maharaja Vrushabhanu and Kirtida Sundari. She was not born to any couple but was found in a field by Maharaja Vrushabhanu.

All great authorities on devotional science (bhakti yoga) consider Her to be the greatest devotee of the Supreme Personality of Godhead. Her devotion is so exalted that even the self-satisfied Supreme Lord Krishna is intensely attracted to Her. Devotees try to follow in Her footsteps in trying to please Lord Krishna. Krishna is considered Her property and only She can deliver Krishna to the sincere devotee. Thus devotees pray to Her fervently to bless them with Krishna bhakti.

Only on the day of Radhashtami devotees can have darshan of Srimati Radharani's lotus feet. On this day, devotees fast till noon. The Deities are offered a new set of dress. A spectacular abhisheka or bathing ceremony of Srimati Radharani and Lord Krishna is performed with auspicious items like honey, milk, fruit juices, turmeric water, etc. After the abhisheka, songs extolling Srimati Radharani’s wonderful qualities and pastimes with Lord Krishna are sung and arati is performed. The song ‘radhe jaya jaya Madhava dayite gokula taruni mandala mahite’ composed by Srila Rupa Gosvami is sung during the Shayana arati on this day. In the song, Srila Rupa Gosvami is begging for Radharani’s mercy. Her qualities are so exalted that even the four Kumaras of Brahma are singing the glories of Her character. Lord Krishna is endowed with the six opulences to an unlimited extent. Thus He is unquestionably the most attractive person. But, She has subdued even the Supreme Lord Krishna with Her qualities.

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