Dedicated to the Goddess Kalika Druga Parameshwari, Sri Kalika Durga Parmeshwari Temple is located in Vidyaranyapura, Bangalore. Founded by Late Sri. Ramu Sastry in the year 1988. The special appeal of this Goddess temple is that the main entrance tower ( Gopura) is about 108 feet high and impressively designed. On temple assumptions, you can see how beautifully they have built the 9 different avatars of Goddess Druga. Lord Mahaganapathy, Lord Nartaka Krishna, Lord Subramanya Swamy & Lord Narsimha Swamy for all these Lords they hold the shrines. Famous for the various kind of special pooja offered to goddess Durga. During special days like Dasara and Ashtami, they conduct special pooja offers.
Sri Kalika Durga ParmeshwariTemple celebrations
Every year this temple organized so many events on special festivals related to Goddess Durga such as Simhamaasa, Navratri, and also other holy occasions in huge numbers. Many devotees, as well as followers of Maa Durga, come to visit this temple from all over the world even many educational institutions are also operating through the trust of the temple.
Faith in the temple also encourages many forms of art. The meal which is called the Yakshagana dashavathara which started as an offering to the goddess is notable for them. Many rituals related to religion such as Chandika Havana, Thula Bharara, Veda Parayana, Hari Katha, Etc are performed during Dussehra, Navratri, and other annual celebrations.
Sri Kalika Durga Parmeshwari Temples Culture
Heritage beautifully with the modern culture and making it one of India’s most popular cities Bangalore has blended its rich culture. This confluence of the old and new can be seen in every aspect of the culture of Bangalore, from its theater to its arts and crafts, giving the city an international character.
Famous places to visit nearby
There are many places to visit in the modern and cultural city but These are the most famous places to visit in Bengaluru for seeing such ancient and amazing things.
1 Tipu sultans summer temple
2 Cubbon park
3 Butterfly Park
4 Bengaluru Palace
5 Lalbagh Botanical Garden
How to reach?
Banglore airport is widely connected which means national and international with the best facilities. Devotees can come to the airport and afterward can go by road.
The nearest railway station is Yeshwantpur which is very close to the temple. You also have the option for the metro trains because there is also a metro station which also connects to the other ones.
Apart from government busses, there is a plethora of transportation available from cabs, and autos.
Sri Kalika Durga Parmeshwari Temple timings
|1||Temple opening hours||4:00 am|
|2||Suprabhatha Seva||4:00 am-4:30 am|
|3||Sarva Dharshan hours||5:00 am-12:00 pm|
|4||Temple remains closed||12:00 pm-3:00 pm|
|5||Temple reopen||3:00 pm|
|6||Sarva Dharshan hours||3:00 pm-6:00 pm|
|7||Sarva Dharshan hours||6:30 pm-9:00 pm|
|8||Ekantha Seva||9:00 pm|
|9||Temple remains closed||9:30 pm|
Accommodations in Bengaluru
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