Shivoham Shiva Temple Bangalore / Bengaluru – The World’s Largest Lord Shiva Temple – Visit, Travel Guide
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Recently visited the Shivoham Shiva Temple at Bangalore / Bengaluru. The major attraction of the temples are the largest Lord Shiva statue, seated in a yogic posture (65-feet-tall) and the Lord Ganapathi statue (32-feet-tall), both carved in white marble. The Shiva Linga statue at the entrance of the temple is about 25-feet-tall.
Travel Tips for Shivoham Shiva Temple, Bangalore
Address: 97, Hal Old Airport Rd, Ramagiri, Murgesh Pallya, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560017
Phone: 097318 85555
Website : http://shivohamshivatemple.org/
Timings: Open 24 hours
Entry fee: No Entry Fee for temple and INR 150 charged only for Pooja.
How to reach Shivoham Shiva Temple, Bangalore:
On Road : Kempfort Shiva Temple is located on the Old airport road, which is well-connected to all the other parts of the city through a wide network of public transport. The place can be accessed by auto rickshaws and cabs from any part of the city. Also, one of the most prominent attractions of the city, the Kemps Fort, is located at a walking distance from this temple.
Nearest Airport: Bangalore has its own international airport Kempegowda International Airport Bangalore (code BLR). It has a tie-up with nearly every domestic and international airline possible. Radio cabs and pre-paid taxis are available at these spots.
Nearest RailwayStation: At a distance of 12 km from Bangalore City Railway Station (Station code: SBC). Nearest metro station is Indiranagar metro station (The temple is 4 km from there) and take an autorickshaw.
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