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This temple is on the top of Omkar Hills. You can visit Dwadasha Jothirlinga, from view from the top is excellent. You can go with your family and spent few hours in the evening there. Off kanakpura road, not a very long drive from the...More
Hidden gem! For how long we don't know!
Temple is very nice and so is the virw from top of the hill which gives excellent view of the turahalli forest( if I am correct)
Must visit at least once. Recommended to multiple friends and everyone...More
Calm and peaceful temple having 12 different Shiva Lingas. One pradakshina will make you to go around 13000 Shiva Lingas in total as they've been immersed in the ground of the temple.
There is a matsanaarayana temple also in the premises and is very calm.
We were near Rajarajeshwari temple and just found out about this place. It is close by and is a very nice place to visit.
The views from the outside of the temple are beautiful. I'm sure sunrise and sunset would be wonderful. The whole skyline...More
Famous for 'Dwadash Jyotrirlinga' (12 shiva lingas), this short trip temple outside the city was a pleasant experience. It's a bit steep hillock (seems like one of the highest points around the area), so may have a slow climb depending on where you find parking,...More
Omkareshwara temple is on top of the Omkar hills. It is easily accessible - you can drive up the hill or choose to walk. The temple is beautiful and hosts 12 representatives of the original Jyotirlingas spread across various states of India, Vanadurga and Matsya...More
His Holiness Tiruchiswamiji was the architect and built temple for Goddess Rajarajeswari in Mysore Road Bangalore, which has now become an internationally important tourist-cum-religious attraction. I was one of his disciples. Shivapuriswami was his favourite disciple and Manager of the temple construction and other works...More
when you visit bengaluru donot fail to visit omkareeshwar temple near rajarajeshwari nagar in mysore road. You can reach the temple via RR nagar from my sore road or catch the uthrahalli - kengeri main road. The temple is on the top of omkar hills...More