DakshinaMukhy Nandeeshwara Temple

DakshinaMukhy Nandeeshwara Temple

DakshinaMukhy Nandeeshwara Temple
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Jonathan K
Boulder Creek, CA35 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
okt. 2018 • Venner
In the middle of this upscale part of the city, while excavating for new construction, they found this beautiful little temple. It is unusual in that the statue of Nandi (Shiva's bull) is facing south, and water pours from his mouth onto a Shivalingham below, and from there into a pool with koi. Visiting was a very peaceful and satisfying experience.
Skrevet 3. oktober 2018
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Rimjhim B
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okt. 2017 • Venner
Very ancient temple excavated from the earth and restored. There is a nandi statue in the from whose mouth water comes out all the time and falls on the Shiva linga below. Well maintained small temple having a pond with fishes and tortoises.
Skrevet 31. oktober 2017
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Harish R
Thrissur, India121 bidrag
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apr. 2017 • Familie
When I read somewhere about a temple which was excavated near Malleshwaram, Bangalore in late nineties, I wanted to visit this place.

Last Sunday went there to have darshan, Small temple with South facing Shiva linga and the endless theertha falling from mouth of Nandi and continuously cooling the Shivalinga.

It is still not confirmed the source of the stream. Worth a visit if anywhere near Bangalore. Hats off to the artisans who designed and built such a marvellous wonder.
Skrevet 7. april 2017
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tan32016
Bangalore, India604 bidrag
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jul. 2016 • Familie
Located in the "temple street" of Bengaluru, this is indeed a templf of temples - supposedly 7000 years old, nicely maintained, beautiful place of worship, though not a huge one. Watch out for those tortoises too!
Skrevet 18. januar 2017
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Rajani B
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aug. 2016 • Alene
This is a very ancient temple located in Malleshwaram, Bangalore. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva is worshiped as Nandishwar (which means God of Nandi or God worshiped by Nandi. Nandi is Lord Shiva's vahana or vehicle) here. This temple is built in stone and has beautiful architecture. It has a Shiva Linga and a statue of Nandi. A spring of water flows from the mouth of Nandi all the time and falls on the Shiva Linga. The water from the Shiva Linga flows into a pool. This pool is considered holy and is home to several turtles and fishes. I visited the temple on Monday morning around 9 am. There wasn't much crowd in the temple during early morning hours. I attended the aarti and spent some time sitting on the stairs near the pool. The environment was peaceful and calm.
Skrevet 27. august 2016
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health34
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apr. 2016
This temple is in Malleswaram area.. This has got a history of more than 300 years. It is believed to be constucted during the rule of cholas or gangas who ruled the Bangalore area more than 300 yeara back
Skrevet 27. april 2016
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Profvns
Bangalore, India545 bidrag
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jul. 2015
The dynasty of Gangas, Cholas and Hoysala ruled Bangalore prior to Kempegowda and Mysore Maharajas. The art of temple construction was initiated, developed, implemented and nursed by those kings, which we can see in the living monuments. The complex of temples at 15th Cross, Malleswara is an example. They are Lord Kadu Malleswara temple, Lord Lakshminarasimha temple, Mother Goddess Gangadevi temple and Lord Dakshinamuki Nandiswara and other temples situated nearby. Just on the other side of the road to Goddess Gangadevi temple we find Lord Dakshinamuki Nandiswara temples. There is a small size Nandi (Bull), from whose mouth there has been continuous and non-stop flow of water into the stepped tank. It is called Nandiswara Theertha (Basava Theertha). This is the spot from where River Vrishabhavathi begins to flows to join Arkavathi River which ultimately merges in River Cauvery at Sangama- Mekedatu near Kanakapura, my native town. This is going on since several thousands of years. The Holy Scriptures and mythological stories refer to this river Vrishabhavathi as one of the sacred rivers in India.
While entering Nandi temple main gate just lift your head to see a gigantic figure of divine bull Nandi, with beautifully decorated painting, wearing techno-colour clothing and so on. I first saluted Him before entering the premises.

My first visit was Kadu Malleswara temple where I stood before Lore Dakshinamurthy silently praying for long time without minding how long my standing was. He is the most favoured Lord as well as Guru for the students and scholars. The diety Lord Dakshinamurthy is seen facing south in the temple. Dakshina means south. In all Shiva related temples the idol of Dakshinamurthy is placed facing south. He is the greatest of the greatest gurus (Master of Masters). There was a demon called Andhakasura (Darkness). He used to spread darkness and kill his enemies namely gods. Except Lord Shiva none had power to defeat or kill him. He could not be killed because he had stealthily swallowed a drop of Amrutha (Nectar). Gods are immortals. They don’t die because they were given Amrutha. Similarly whoever had swallowed a drop of Amrutha he (whether human, demon or any living being) would become immortal. So Andhakasura could not be killed. Lord Shiva fought and defeated him. On being victorious against darkness Shiva became remover of dark and giver of light. ‘Andha’ also means blind. He kept Andhakasura on floor and stamped him under His right leg and sat under a people tree facing south. Thus He came to be worshipped as Dakshinamurthy.

Lord Brahma had four manasaputras (sons created by mere thinking of them in His mind). They are Sanaka, Sananda, Sanathana and Sanathkumara. Lord Bramha left them with Lord Dakshinamurthy for teaching Vedas. They became pet student-disciples of Lord Shiva. They are normally seen around Lord Dakshinamurthy.

If you are coming to Bangalore from far of place you have number of city [BMTC] buses, autos, taxi and luxury cars on hire to travel within Bangalore city and suburb. Tourism department and private tourists arrange for Bangalore holiday packages and ‘Bangalore Darshan’. Bangalore is a very big city where you will not find difficulty to find decent accommodation and food. You need not depend on the touts are so called agents, who may exploit you by misguiding.
If you want to go for shopping you may go round M.G. Road, Brigade Road and Commercial Street to buy Indian dresses, but for sarees visit Chickpet, Kempegowda road, Malleswara and Jayanagar shopping complex. There are national and international clothes and accessories brands such as UB City, Mantri Mall, Garuda Mall and others.
Skrevet 21. juli 2015
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