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Chikka Tirupati or Venkateshwaraswamy temple is dedicated to Hindu god Vishnu located in Chikka Tirupathi, Malur Taluk, in the outskirts of Bengaluru, oKarnataka. Constructed in the Dravidian style of architecture, the temple is considered similar to the Tirupathi Venkateswara temple. Vishnu is worshipped as Venkateshwara and his consort Lakshmi as Alamelumangai. Distance from Bengaluru to Chikka Tirupathi is 40.3 km and takes around 1 h 20 min via Sarjapur Main Road and NH 207.
The temple is open from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. to 7 p.m and has four daily rituals at various times of the day. The Brahmotsavam, the major festival, is celebrated annually during Shravana Shaniwara during which the festival images of the presiding deities are taken in a parade around the streets of the temple in a chariot.
Venkateswara temple is built in Dravidian architecture and the exact history of the temple is not known. The inscriptions in Mysore records indicate that the temple is a few centuries old. The temple has a 5-tiered gopuram. The temple tank is located north of the temple. The central shrine houses the image of Venkateshwara in standing posture. There are two precincts around the temple. From the entrance tower, the central shrine is located in the axis through the Dwajasthamba (flagstaff), pillar of offering and Garuda Mandapa. The image of Garuda, the eagle mount of Venkateshwara, is housed in the Garuda Mandapa, facing the image of the presiding deity. The temple in modern times is administered by the Department of Religious Endowment, Government of Karnataka.
: Sarjapur (12.4 km)
Distance from Bangalore
: 40.3 km
Best Time to Visit
: Throughout the Year
: It is a well known ancient temple. The statue of cow in the temple seeps out warm water throughout the year. It lies in the Kolar district and is visited by several people all round the year.
: It is the presiding deity of the temple of the same name in the village of Kammasandra in India. he Kotilingeshwara temple houses the biggest Shivalinga in the entire world. This world famous temple has lakhs of shivalingas that are spread over fifteen acres of land. There are close to 86 lakh shivalingas in the temple.