Dwadasha Jyotirlinga

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  • Address: Omkar Hills, Shrinivasapura,, Bangalore, Karnataka 560060, Bengaluru, India
  • Timings: 07:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +91-8028612586
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Religious Site, Temple, Family And Kids

About Dwadasha Jyotirlinga, Bengaluru

Sri Dwadasha Jyotirlinga Devasthana is one of the most magnificent and gigantic temples in Karnataka housing the twelve representative Jyotirlingas of the original Pauranik Twelve Jyotirlingas. Of these Twelve Jyotirlingas, the Omkareshwara Jyotirlinga is the main sight to behold as it measurs around 6 Feet in height, occupies the place of pride with Spatika Shree Yantra, at the centre of the temple, encircled by the other Eleven Jyotirlingas. This is the Main Jyotirlinga of this temple. Do visit this temple for an elaborate understanding of Hindu belief and religion.

Dwadasha Jyotirlinga Information

  • Follow the Hindu rituals while entering the temple.

Dwadasha Jyotirlinga Ticket Prices

  • Entry is free.

How To reach Dwadasha Jyotirlinga by Public Transport

  • By rented car from city centre.

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Things to Know Before Visiting Dwadasha Jyotirlinga

  • 1.95% of people who visit Bengaluru include Dwadasha Jyotirlinga in their plan

  • 52.04% of people start their Dwadasha Jyotirlinga visit around 4 PM - 5 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Dwadasha Jyotirlinga

Friday, Saturday and Sunday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Dwadasha Jyotirlinga

People normally club together The Martin Farm and Vasantha Vallabharayaswamy Temple while planning their visit to Dwadasha Jyotirlinga.

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Dwadasha Jyotirlinga, Bengaluru Reviews

  • An excellent place to take family and friends. The temple is newly constructed and very well maintained. Ample of space present. Nice place for shooting also. Very good environment for meditation. Overall a pleasant experience.

  • A single temple that hold 12 Jyotirlinga of Lord Shiva. A must visit temple during the sunset. This grand Shiva temple is yet to be completed. Only problem is - Visitor coming in wheel chair are unable to enter the temple easily, no slope or no ramp is provided. Hope the authority provide in near future.

  • This Temple is located at the top of hill. Every morning at 7 AM can listen the music from temple, which makes our mind pleasant. Plenty of parking place, which they charge 10Rs for Car and 5Rs for bike. They offer all kinds of pooja.

  • Nice place,nice view..if you believe in Astrology then there is lady who can help you. You need to buy a ticket of 250rs. And u can ask 3 questions

  • A good location for sunset photography. If you're looking for a sunset photograph in Bangalore, this temple is the place to visit. Located on top of a hill at Uttarahalli, south Bangalore, the Omkar temple offers a nice 360 degree view of the city. The temple itself isn't all that impressive. True, there are 12 Shiva lingas inside, but these hardly inspire a feeling of devotion. There's an ashram and a vedic school on the premises, both are avoidable. Winter is the best time for a visit. Gets too hot in the summer, and you can't get sunset shots during the rainy season. As at other temples, there are hawkers and vendors. Best to ignore them. The temple is accessible by road. No point in taking a bus. You will have to take a steep walk up the hill. Hire a taxi or an auto, if you don't have a car.

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