Mandaragiri Jain Temple

Mandaragiri Jain Temple, Tumkur: Address, Mandaragiri Jain Temple Reviews: 4.5/5

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sourav goel
Bengaluru, India211 contributions
Weekend trip from bangalore
Feb 2021 • Couples
From the base of hill we had to climb 500 steps to top of temple.there is lot of construction undergoing on the temple and back side there is beautiful lake.also on the base of hill right hand side there is peacock theme pyramid structure which has Jain Thirthankar statue and Bahubali statue
Written 9 February 2021
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Aparajita_03
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India190 contributions
Epitome of calmness
Jan 2021 • Family
Mandargiri Jain Temple is beautiful. It has a unique peacock design and structure that makes it stand out. We can also trek up the hill for views of the surroundings which we didn't do as we had gone with a small baby. It becomes hot during the day(we reached around 3pm), so it is better to start early for those who want to trek up the hill. Inside the temple, it is really calm, peaceful and cool. We spent a lot of time on the stairs of the temple and they are not very difficult to climb. Also, the peacock temple is at the base of the hill itself. No charges to enter inside. Shoes have to be removed at the entrance to the complex and we need to walk barefoot through the lawns. Photography is not allowed inside the peacock temple.
Written 17 January 2021
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SOMAYAJI
Bengaluru, India182 contributions
ROCK HILL WITH A AWESOME VIEW
Jan 2021
Mandaragiri Jain Basadi(Temple) is on the top of rock hill, with 500 steps to climb. It's unusual experience, little tiring when you reach the top, but magnificent view of the surroundings. Behind the temple, there is huge lake. Sitting on the rocks, fresh breeze, one can forget the outside world for some time.
Written 12 January 2021
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Shivashankar (ETC)
Bengaluru, India135 contributions
Half a day drive to Basadi betta & Mydala Kere !!
Jan 2020
An hour and half drive from Bangalore and it is located nearby to Tumkaru.

Mandargiri Jain Templa, Basadi Betta and Mydala Kere is hidden place to a have a peaceful day with nature.

I have started my journey in the early morning around 6 AM, crossed 2 tolls and then reached our first point for breakfast at 7.10 AM - Hotel Sri Nanjundeswara veg in highway before 4kms of the destination. Had a good breakfast at this place. Since it is a famous resturant in Tumkaru once upon a time.

Left the restaurant around 7.45 AM and reached our destination at 8.10 AM. Started with Mandargiri Jain Temple and then Basadi Betta and then at last went for relaxation to Mydala Kere. This place is not so famous, so less crowded and no commercialization happened.

Best time to vist this place in the early morning or evening time to see the beautiful view of Sunset & Sunrise near Mydala Kere. One can relax whole day near Lake if you have a tent and water will be available at all times.

Note: Please don't throw plastic and avoid throwing liquor bottles.

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"Be a part of the solution, not a part of the pollution"

Note: No shops are available nearby to this place. So plan accordingly.
Written 29 December 2020
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Sourav C
Bengaluru, India37 contributions
Beautiful Jain temple and a gorgeous view of the lake from the hilltop
Dec 2020
Nice place to go for half a day trip. Beautiful Jain temple along with a small Bahubali statue at the ground level and a gorgeous view of the Mydala lake from the hilltop. There are 435 stairs to climb but it's not that difficult and totally worth. There is also an old temple at the hilltop where you can meet the Digambar Maharajs. In case you want to avoid climbing the stairs, there is a path on the right side of the hillock that will take you to the lake.
Written 29 December 2020
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DeWandererSoul
Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum), India514 contributions
Beautiful View from the top
Aug 2020 • Friends
Its worth visiting Mandaragiri Temple complex, the peacock feathered Guru Mandir has become the must visit place due to its popularity on Instagram.
Climbing the hills with 432 steps is not everyone's cup of tea specially aged people.
Once you are on top of the hill, the 360 degree view is just mesmerizing, you can always find teens or college students around this area
Written 29 August 2020
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reddy
Bangalore District, India33 contributions
Mandaragiri hill station
Aug 2020 • Family
Very gud option for one day trip, climate,temple,trekking, everything is simply superb
80 kms from banglore
15 kms from tumkur
Written 15 August 2020
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Naresh babu
11 contributions
A Beautiful Place
Feb 2020 • Family
It's a must visit place near to Bengaluru, Best place to plan a one day trip for a Relaxing weekend.
The jain temple Built here is so Beautiful and cool inside
Written 22 February 2020
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Akash1990
Bangalore District, India5 contributions
A calm, serene and peaceful place
Dec 2019
It is a very serene place with minimal crowd and no noise. The added benefit of going here is that you can even indulge in hiking to the top of the hillock adjacent to it, and take in the magnificent views from there. Additionally, you can go to the other side of the hillock and relax beside the calm waters of the Mydala lake, as you watch eagles high above scavenge for rats and fish. This is a tranquil weekend getaway from the maddening traffic and chaos of Bangalore city. Even the drive on the highway was relatively peaceful.
Written 27 December 2019
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Shantanu J
Lalitpur, India23 contributions
Devine place
Dec 2019 • Couples
Mandargiri is one of the best pilgrimage near Bangalore. We loved the vibes , the overall atmosphere. Drive to mandargiri is also very good. Love the state highway till this place.
Written 7 December 2019
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