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Dodda Ganapathi Temple

Bull Temple Road, Bengaluru, India
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Bull Temple Road, Bengaluru, India
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Reviewed 28 December 2016

One of the oldest historic temples in Bangalore. Though I have visited this place innumerable times i am always ready for one more visit. The idol of Lord Ganesha is huge and very powerful. Neatly maintained place in spite of constant crowd

Thank mythili_rm19
Reviewed 27 December 2016

One of oldest temple of basavanagudi and in the temple there is also a basava (bull) and hence the surrounding place got the name basavanagudi, must visit this temple. Must visit during Ganesh chaturthi when they do Benne Alankaram and during Kadlekaayi Parishe, yearly festival...More

Thank sarans07
Reviewed 20 December 2016

Right below the bull temple, its a well managed and historical temple for hindus. Evenings will be ideal for the visit with around 3 hours for all the surrounding spots to be covered.

Thank vassunthi
Reviewed 20 December 2016

This place is just next to Dodda Basavanna (Big bull) temple. One can have a day around these places to visit this temple alongwith Big bull temple, Gavigangadhareshwara Temple (simply superb) and so many around here. Basavanagudi/Hanumanthanagar is the religious capital of Bangalore (almost!!!)

Thank shanthakumarhp
Reviewed 19 December 2016

Its opened in the morning and in the evenings and even on the weekends. This is a very nice place to visit with the family and its a good place to relax as well.

Thank BasavarajCH
Reviewed 19 December 2016

This was an unexpected visit and one that had really turned around a trying day for me and my partner. There´s a lovely array of naga (serpent) God and Goddess stone carvings in front of the Ganapathi Temple, as part of it. If you walk...More

Thank Bairavee B
Reviewed 13 December 2016

We did not like the visit because we were told that there was a festival (bull festival) at the time and the place was buzzing with local people and lots of roadside stalls as a result movement was very restricted

Thank dayaramlagan
Reviewed 7 December 2016

One of the biggest monolithic idols of the popular Indian god 'Ganesha'. It is a major attraction for most of the tourists who have a religious stop over in their schedule. It is not very far from the city center.

Thank Gorur_Sridhar
Reviewed 4 December 2016 via mobile

The word 'Dodda' is a Kannada word, which means 'Big'. As the name suggests, 'Dodda Ganapathy' means big Ganapathy idol /statue. Oldest temple. Those coming to have tour in Lalbagh botanical garden, should try to visit Shree Dodda Ganapathy temple, as it is near to...More

1  Thank Krish_BLR
Reviewed 1 December 2016

Close to the Bull Temple you can easily see both in a short time unless you are a devotee. Parking isn't great. Cave Temple is just over the hill

Thank Neil C
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