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The famous Bull temple of Bangalore is dedicated to Lord of Nandi Bull, the vahana (vehicle) of Lord Shiva. It is situated in Basavanagudi, this temple has been built in the Dravidian style of architecture.
The Chenna Kesava Swami (Lord Vishnu) temple is situated on the banks of the Gundlakamma River. The Chennakesava Swami Temple originally called Vijayanarayana Temple was built on the banks of the Yagachi River in Belur, which is an early capital of the Hoysala Empire.
Gavi Gangadhareshwara Temple is originally a small temple which is cut out of monolithic rock circa 9th century. It located in Banglore city. The Gavi Gangadhareshwar Temple is located in the Gavipuram-Guttahalli which is about 3 km from the main city.
The temple of Shravanabelagola is located 51 km south east of Hassan in Karnataka at an Altitude of about 3350 feet above sea level. There are excellent roads from Bangalore and Mysore.
The famous International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) temple in Bangalore city is huge cultural complex which was inaugurated in 1997 to carry out the vision of His Divine Grace.
Temple of Manjunatheshwara which is on the hills of Kadri is a very beautiful and popular temple in Mangalore. It has been built during the 10th or 11th century. Later it was converted into a complete stone structure during the 14th century.
Kudalasangama in India is one of the important center of pilgrimage for people of the Lingayat faith. The temple is situated about 15 km from the Almatti Dam in Bagalkot district of Karnataka state.
Mookambika temple which is an ancient temple located at Kollur in Karnataka. The place Kollur is about 135 away from Mangalore which is s easily accessed from Tamilnadu, Kerala and Karnataka by train and road.
Shravanbelagola is been located 51 km south-east of Hassan in Karnataka is one of the most important Jain pilgrim centres of India. Shravanabelagola temple is located in Hassan district on top of Vindyagiri hill, about 50 km Southeast of Hassan, and about 150 km Southwest of Bangalore.
An inevitable and unavoidable location into the tourist map of south India the city of Mangalore which is well-known as a pilgrim centre and has a number of prominent and sacred temples, one of which is Shri Sharavu Mahaganapati temple. The temple is located in the heart of the city and easily accessible.
Shree Krishna Temple of Udipi is first among the seven places of pilgrimages. Thousands of pious devotees throng here at the Udupi Krishna temple all round the year to catch a glimpse of Lord Krishna. Udupi Krishna Temple is located 60 km far from the Mangalore city.