Kempfort Shiva Temple In Bangalore, Karnataka
Kempfort Shiva Temple: A blend of beauty and sanctity
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About Kempfort Shiva Temple in Bangalore
Located in the metropolis city of Bangalore, Kempfort Shiva Temple is a large temple built for the Hindu deity Shiva. Dating back to 1995, the temple was built on the sacred day of Maha Shivratri by the RMV foundation and is one of the most important tourist attractions of the city of Bangalore.
The magnolius idol of Lord Shiva made in marble is the major attraction of the Kempfort Shiva Temple. The idol being positioned against the backdrop of Mount Kailash and artificial pool creates the perfect imagery of Lord Shiva meditating in their habitat. Under the statue, devotees can take a look at idol of Shivalinga made of ice and its various models. The temple features the idol of Lord Ganesha as well.
While the entrance is bestowed with a tall Shiva Linga, a number of poojas and aartis taking place within the Kempfort Shiva Temple create the ecstatic atmosphere for worshipping and pilgrimage. Apart from Shiva Aartis, a lot of devotional activities are carried out in the Kempfort Shiva Temple for Lord Ganesha as well. The unique architecture of the temple is yet another reason for its popularity and prestige. Besides the Linga and Idol, a Navagraha Temple is located within the establishment, showcasing the solar system with its nine planets. Another famous feature of the temple is Pratyaksh Linga, which is a miraculous stone known to cure the sick. One can be a part of the aartis, bhajans, and rituals as these are carried out at regular intervals. Other rituals such as Milk Abhishek of the Linga, tying threads, and lighting diya are also performed at the temple. A visit to the Kempfort Shiva Temple, especially on Monday, is a must when visiting the city of Bangalore.
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Kempfort Shiva Temple is open to devotees throughout the year and throughout the day. However, one must visit the temple on Monday as the Somvaar Ka Tyohar is celebrated with much gusto on that day.
The distance between Bangalore railway station and Kempfort Shiva Temple is approximately 12 Kms. One can take a local public transport or cab to reach the destination.
Entry to the Kempfort Shiva Temple is free of cost. Tourists should not give money to individuals asking for it as entrance fees.
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