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Dream821185 wrote a review Nov 2018
3 contributions4 helpful votes
This is the Lord shani mahathma temple, and annadaana mantapa also is there, great place to visit to take blessed.
Date of experience: November 2018
Vivek T wrote a review Oct 2018
Bengaluru, India15 contributions25 helpful votes
This is just a temple. One time visit place. There is free lunch in afternoon. You can also visit hesaraghatta lake which is nearby.
Date of experience: September 2018
tan32016 wrote a review May 2017
Bengaluru, India605 contributions168 helpful votes
Having been looking for a temple dedicated to one of the nine planetary deities, this one came off as a recommended one. Although an old and decent one with authentic-looking shani idol and black ornaments, watch out for the huge local crowd on Saturdays and a bit of distance to cover off the city.…
Date of experience: January 2017
raja p wrote a review Mar 2017
Hyderabad, India2,075 contributions382 helpful votes
this is lord shani temple.the god shani is swayambhu here..very popular.approx 40 km from bangalore. maintenance is very good.
Date of experience: May 2016
passenger4life wrote a review Jul 2016
Boston, Massachusetts1 contribution4 helpful votes
Location: Kanasawadi/Chikka Madhure 14 Km from Nelamangala on Nelamangala - Doddaballapur Road in Doddaballapur taluk. 40 Km from Bangalore. Popularity: One of the prominent temples around Nelamangala or Bangalore rural. Have seen thousands of people visiting the temple in shravana season, especially on Saturdays. If you are one who enjoys having lot of people around and want to interact then Saturdays are best. What to Do: The place is cluster of temples. Main temple dedicated to Shani god and places ganesha temple inside. There is Jeshtadevi and Anjaneya temple close by to main temple. Main temple is always quite busy, they have two or three place where you can do offer payer in the main temple alone. If have gone there by your car then don't miss out on the graffiti like art form done by few artist right in front of main gate. They do this on your front windshield of your car, ask them to consider your viewing area. You can also view the Madhure Kere/Lake from the temple. You might be tempted to explore the lake then go for it. On the way to the destination from nelamangala you might encounter few other temples. Food: Free vegetarian meals are arranged by the temple management which is located right in front of the temple. And you can get variety of puffed rice mixed with Indian savories.…
Date of experience: December 2015