Nandishwara Teertha Temple

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  • Address: 15th Cross Road, Malleshwaram, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560003, India
  • Timings: 07:30 am - 08:30 pm Details
  • Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Religious Site, Temple, Family And Kids

Nandishwara Teertha Temple - Review

Located in heart of the city in Malleswaram, Bangalore, this temple is absolutely a must visit place for Hindu devotees. The main attraction of Dakshina Mukha Nandi Teertha Kalyani Kshetra temple is the water that falls on Shiva Linga from the mouth of Nandi (Bull), the vehicle of Lord Shiva. The water then reaches to the holy Kalyani (tank) in front of the Lord. For the believers, this holy water is used as medicine for various diseases.

Nandishwara Teertha Temple Information

  • Follow the Hindu rituals while entering the temple.

Nandishwara Teertha Temple Ticket Prices

  • Entry is free.

How To reach Nandishwara Teertha Temple by Public Transport

  • By Bus: Malleswaram Bus station

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  • The temple has a unique architecture. My baby liked the fish and tortoises that were in the well in the midst of the temple. I loved the experience of all of us sitting around the amphitheatre like stage around the well and enjoying watching the evening pooja

  • Awesome place.... It's full with positive wibe.... Evening maha mangalarathi is at 7.30 pm morning it's 10 am..... Small lake full of fish n tortoise..... Overall πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œβ˜ΊοΈ

  • Visited first time in life, A place where you get a peaceful mind. There a Kalyani in front of the God ( Load Shiva ), where you can find the fishs and tortoise in the water. Above the Load Shiva you can find a Nandhi where water continually water flows from the mouth. A Very good place to visit with the family and friends. A place ment for devotional person's.

  • Amazing 7000 years old Shiva Temple - highly technical contractions with automated hydraulic system and Medical treatments are the main ornaments of this Temple. let's unfold the Science. Sri Dakashinamukha Tirtha Kalyani Kshatra , also known as Nandi Tirtha, Nadishwara Teertha, and Malleswaran Nandi Guri is a small temple, with a long name, and an unsolved mystery too. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, in the form of a shivalinga. This ancient temple, originally constructed below ground level, dissappeared through the years, after being buried under sand, dirt and mud. For a long time not visible to anybody, until the Archaeological Survey of India, while doing some excavations. found this amazing temple, amazingly very good preserved. After cleaning the statue of the bull, immediately natural water started flowing out of its mouth, falling on the shivalinga. The ASI though Carbon dating, estimates it is 400-600 years old, but others say it could be 7,000 years old. Although no historical evidence exists for this claim. The geometrical construction is so advance that today's engineers are failed to understand how natural phenomenon are so fantastically captured to protect the Temple. The temple is located in an exclusive area on North West Bangalore, in front of the Gangamma Temple and diagonally, and opposite the Kadu Malleswara Temple. This temple's mystery is the fact of the stream of natural water, that flows from under the temple. No one knows its point of origin. This water is considered holy, some people drink it, especially the sick, and others some with skin problems, the skin affected sick people, pour water on the skin, for healing. Surprisingly patients get advantages using the holy water , some Chemists claim the healing power of this water is Sulphur, but they also cleared alone sulphur can't be used as skin medicine. The water contents specific ratio of several kind of minerals including sulphur that provides the healing abilities. This Temple is a wonderful example of Technology, Nature and Spirituality. This temple's contruction, includes a water tank, with several steps, where the shivalinga water is collected, with the overflow going out of the temple. There are also columns built of granite, like the steps, covering this corridors around the tank, The bull was carved out of one piece of black stone, and the bull's eyes are painted gold. The most important point, and focus of the temple is the shivalinga , which is below the black statue of the bull. From the bull's mouth the natural water flows into a metal plate with a hole drilled in the middle, then the water falls on the shivalinga below. There are others temples near by, but this small temples is the one with the mystery of the holy water. The path of the hoy water to flow out of the bull, is in itself an achievement of ancient hydrolic engineering. Many devotees attend the religious ceremonies of this temple, especially to collect the holy water, and use it for medicinal purposes. This is a very special and iteresting to visit, even non Hindus tourist do visit too.

  • Unexplored place in Malleshwaram Area, very nice place. Very old also. A must place to visit. There are some more temples near by.

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