Speaking stone carvings…. Halasuru Someshwara temple… Bengaluru


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Bengaluru city in Karnataka state of India has got plenty to offer to all heritage enthusiasts. On Sunday 2nd September, 2018 I visited a 1200 year old Hindu temple in the midst of the city popularly known as Halasuru Someshwara temple.img_20180902_0910132-effects

When I stepped into the temple premises I was wonder struck with its  rich history and carvings of divinities.

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Forty eight stone pillars  with full of beautiful carvings hold this temple erect. Not only that here Hindu Trinities, Lord Brahma and lord Vishnu can be worshiped along with lord Shiva. This feature adds to uniqueness of this ancient temple dedicated to Lord Shiva,Someshwara.img_20180902_091826

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One more amazing feature of this temple is that Prime Ministers of Canada and United Kingdom visited the temple barefoot and prayed.

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Theresa Daily Mail …

Stephen Harper, Prime Minister of Canada visits Someshwara Temple … samvada.org/…/stephen-harper-prime-minister-of-canada-visits-someshwara-temple-at…)

Halasuru Someshwara Temple, Bangalore –  India, holds long cherished history of more than 1200 years..‎Legend · ‎Temple .plan · ‎Gallery


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  1. Fantastic photos and interesting info, thanks for the follow 😀😀


  2. Ana Daksina says:

    This is great! I’m reblogging to sister site “Timeless Wisdoms” 😊

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  3. Hi stockresearch. Must admit do not get a buzz out of ancient sites! Thank you fro liking “Aircraft! Proud! and Shadows!” Best Wishes#TheFoureyedPoet.


  4. Greetings. I am a poet,photographer,historian and heritage enthusiast. I am very much passionate to talk about and also to take great buzz out of history, ancient culture,sculptor , music and paintings . In my point of view a country like India has got plenty to offer to global civilization . I shall be visiting significant historical sites in India in the coming days. By words and pictures I would be sharing my experience to all. Thanks for ferrying into my blog.


  5. cat9984 says:

    Your pictures are beautiful. Was it common to paint the temples?


    1. Thanks for ferrying into my blog. Whenever renovation(Kumba Abishek am) takes place normally painting is done.It also depend up on local customs and practices followed over the years.

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