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According to the census of India Anglo-Indians also form a substantial group within the city. The thousand and odd Siddhi buddhism vinayaka temple in bangalore dating of Hindu temples in Bengaluru mirrors the majority population of the city whose earliest traditional Hindu temple is traced to the Domlur Chokkanatha temple of the Chola dynasty period 10th century.

The next oldest temple is the Halasuru Someshwara Temple Ulsoor of the Hoysala Empire built between the 12th and 13th centuries — a combination of Hoysala, Chola, and Vijayanagara architecturewhich was renovated and beautified by three generations of the Yelahanka dynasty-—Gidde Gowda, Kempe Gowda I and II.

Halasuru Someshwara Templelocated in the suburb of Halasuru also called Ulsoor in Bangalore city also Bengaluru is a dedicated to the deity Someshwara the Hindu god Shiva. It is the oldest temple in the city and dates back to the Chola period. Lord Someshwara appeared to him in a dream, revealing the existence of hidden treasure and told him to build the temple dedicated to him with it.

Another ancient temple is the Gavi Gangadhareshwara Templein the Chola style of architecture, which is a protected monument under the Karnataka Ancient and Historical Monuments, and Archaeological Sites and Remains Act It is a cave temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is one of the best architectural monuments depicting a monolithic idol of Lord Shiva made of granitea rare idol of Agnithe God of fire and monolithic exquisitely carved four pillars Siddhi buddhism vinayaka temple in bangalore dating the cave.

The cave temple is also stated to be a fine piece of Indian rock-cut architecture of the 9th century. In the 16th century, Kempe Gowdas added grandeur to the temple by building the frontage to the cave temple with Gopuras towerslarge tridentsdiscs known as Suryapana and Chandrapana representing the Sun and the Moon, a damaru drum and two fans all pictured in the gallery.

This temple built in on a hill top with a porch in the Vijayanagara architectural style is named after the large granite Nandi monolith placed on a plinth in the temple shrine.

The temple is exclusive for the worship of the sacred bull in Hinduism, known as NandiLord Shiva 's vahanaor animal mount. A groundnut fair called Kadalekay Parishe in Kannada languagewhich is linked to a popular folklore legend, is held by farmers every year during November to thank Nandi for the good yield of this crop and to seek further blessings.

This shrine is built in the traditional Parashurama Kshetra architectural style, which is not found elsewhere in Bangalore or its surroundings. This temple was built with the help of a large number of devotees of Shri Nimishamba Devi.

Chandika Homa is performed every day in a specially designed Yagna Shala. The temple also has Annadana on most days. Sri Radha Krishna Temple Hindi: JanmashtamiVaikuntha Ekadashi and Rath Yatra are the major festivals celebrated. Apart from the above famous temples, the other temples built between the 16th and 19th centuries are also numerous and some of the well known ones with interesting history are the 1 Karanji Anjaneya in Basavanagudi2 Bande Mahakali, 3 Pralayakalada Veerabhadra, 4 Kalabhairava in Gavipura Guttahalli, 5 Basaveshwara in the fort shifted to MamulpetSiddhi buddhism vinayaka temple in bangalore dating Anjaneya at Yelahanka Gate at Avenue road crossing7 Dharmaraya at the end of OTC Road, 8 Ranganathaswamy Temple, Bangalore in Balepete.

Many temples have been built by ordinary citizens and are also patronised by certain communities such as the DevangaGollaBesta fisherfolkUpparaGoniga, Kshaurika barberNagartha, Ganiga oilfolkVishwakarmaand so forth. The most popular temples listed are that of Hanuman the monkey Godnumbers, and the oldest of them is reported to be the Shri Gali Anjaneya temple on Mysore Road, said to have been established in by Vyasaraja. The earliest recorded history of Islamic influence in Bengaluru could be traced towhen the old Bengaluru Pete now an integral part of the Bengaluru city was conquered by Bijapur Sultan who ruled for the next 50 years.

It was during this period that mosques and dargas were built in Bengaluru. Thus, over a period of years from the earliest rule of the Bijapur Sultan inMuslim shrines mosques or masjids and darghas have been built which now number more than and indicates the large Muslim population of the city.

Some of the important mosques and darghas in Bangalore are discussed below. Jamia Masjid, situated near the City Market, is the most impressive mosque in Bangalore. Designed by Rayyaz Asifuddin of HyderabadIndia, it was built in with white marble from Rajasthan and is dedicated to Tipu Sultan. This landmark has bulbous domes, twin towers standing on exquisitely carved granite pillars and fashioned jali work in the balcony. It is a five—storeyed structure, with space to accommodate up to 10, devotees.

With an ablution pool in the centre of mosque, the ambiance inside the mosque is cool, serene and airy. In the elevated prayer hall of the mosque, beautiful bubris frescoes that bear mark of Tipu Sultan have been revealed, after removing the old plaster. Muslims in large numbers congregate here during the death anniversary of Tipu Sultan, to mark the "Tipu Urs".

The Jumma Masjid located on the Old Poor House Road in the Cantonment area of the city is also said to be one of the oldest mosques, built by Haji Abdul Quddus in the early 19th century.

While the raised prayer hall of the mosque has granite pillars, the building as such is a brick and mortar structure with ornate jali work and floral motifs in plaster on the facade. It was built at a time when there were only a few Muslims in the suburb. After the demise of his father in started a small business on his own inand prospered expanding his business around Bangalore and also Madrastrading in goods and Kerosene.

At the same time, Siddhi buddhism vinayaka temple in bangalore dating was involved in philanthropy and charitable work. It is situated on Millers Road in the city inside an Eidgah ground.

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The mosque is very close to the Bangalore Cantonment Railway station, The Eidgah ground where this mosque is housed is called Quddus Sahib Eidgah and it is the place where Haj camp is organized every year. Masjid-e-Khadriya is made using Islamic architecture with geometric patterns and surrounded by gardens with fountains.

One can see pointed arches and onion shaped domes with a grand arch in the opening gate of this masjid. This grand arch is rectangular in shape and adorned with calligraphy. On All 4 sides at Siddhi buddhism vinayaka temple in bangalore dating end of the masjid are high minars.

Beautiful landscaping has been done on broad pathways that start from the grand arch leading up to the complex. The prayer hall has a capacity of people who can offer prayers at the same time. There are three doors each being 16 feet wide in this hall on northern, southern, and eastern sides. There is capacity of musallis on the first floor also. There are three staircases, 2 on the eastern side and one on the southern side to allow for easy movement of the people.

The mosque is located at a distance of 5. Masjid-E-Quba, Yarabnagar one of the beautiful Mosque The mosque have a highest minaret in Bangalore. There are 24 Siddhi buddhism vinayaka temple in bangalore dating a dargah is a Sufi shrine built over the grave of a revered religious figure in Bangalore and the popular ones are Chishty Order Dargah of khwaja Lalu bhai Qasir chisti J. The Tawakkal Mastan, in particular, has a legend which has a Hindu linkage as it is associated with a local Hindu festival called karaga.

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According to a popular folk legend, Tawakkal Mastan, a mason from Arabia while working in disguise as an ordinary coolie labour in the construction of Hyder Ali 's fort was trampled by a crowd during the karaga procession and fainted but was revived by some Hindu priests who applied kumkum vermilion powderwhich resulted in the healing of his wounds and recovery.

Since then, on his insistence, the karaga procession used to stop at the dargah as mark of respect and devotion, which is continued to this day.

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Bengaluru with recorded number of 40 churches thus also called the city of churchesrepresents diverse Christian communities, such as the Roman Catholic Churchthe ancient Syrian churches of Kerala and its reformed counterpart, Siddhi buddhism vinayaka temple in bangalore dating Marthoma ChurchProtestants from the Church of South India which includes Anglicans, Wesleyan and other older denominations and newer evangelical groups with links to the United States.

It was in the year that Christianity made its first mark in Srirangapatnathe capital city of the then Kingdom of Mysore. Bengaluru was not a big city in those days. Even though the first church in Bangalore was dated to the years —, the spread of Christianity suffered a decline during Tipu Sultan 's rule. However, the history of revival of Christianity in Bangalore is traced to the year when the French priest Fr. He restored the Christian religion in the city by building confidence of the Christians living in and around Bangalore in Somanahalli, KamanahalliBegur, Gunjam, Palahalli, DoranahalliGarenahalli, Shettyhalli and other villages and by extending them spiritual solace.

His acts of service to the people also involved introduction of vaccination in India. Mary's Basilica had a humble beginning as an attached hut in the 17th century, built by Tamil Christian migrants from Gingee.

The Shrine was then known as 'Chapel of Kanikkai Madha' and was located in their village where rice was grown. The rice grown in the village had a distinct white colour, and hence the settlement came to known as Bili Akki Palli or colloquially known as Blackpally now known as Shivajinagar. Jean Dubois led a mass for both Europeans and Indians inafter the fall of Seringapatam. Jean Dubois built small chapel along with residence for the catholic priests.

Andreas, a priest from Pondicherry of Indian origin, expanded the church building in the shape of a cross. However this church was torn down during the "Siddhi buddhism vinayaka temple in bangalore dating" riots ofand troops had to be called in to protect the settlement for many months. Over the years, the church of St. Mary's at Blackpally became a parish and was elevated to the status of minor basilica in through an order by Pope Paul VI The church was the sixth church in India to be elevated to this status.

Stained glass windows and multiple columns with a rich Corinthian capital support the stately arches of the Church. St Patrick's Church located on Brigade road is the second oldest church in the city around years old - foundation laid in July Father Chevalier was responsible for building the church, which was consecrated as a cathedral in The foundation was laid in July and Siddhi buddhism vinayaka temple in bangalore dating building was completed in Renovated inon November 12, the church was consecrated as St.

It has a beautiful arched entrance flanked by twin columns. The interior of the church has twelve graceful pillars which symbolise the twelve apostles.

The twin spires of the Church are a landmark in the city cantonment. Infant Jesus Church at Vivek Nagar, which is now the biggest church in Karnataka and a popular pilgrimage centre, has a long history of sacrifice and devotion. The Church was first conceived by Fr.

Paul Kinatukara in the sixties and the foundation was laid in April by Rev. Lourduswamy, the then Archbishop of Bangalore.

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