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Shiva Temple located in Murgeshpalya locality, old airport road of Bangalore, it also called as HAL Shiva temple the 65 meters high Statute of Lord Shiva seated in Lotus position, It has the backdrop of Mount Kailash the Lord’s heavenly abode and the river Ganga flowing from his matted locks as depicted in mythology. under the statue of Lord Shiva, there is a path which would lead to the where different models of Shiva lings exist in different forms, like linga, which is made of ice is maintained. Built in the year 1995 this architectural wonder is a must visit place for all tourists. It has a grand look and a towering presence. Besides Shiva statue, there is also a 32 Feet tall Ganesha statue and a Navagraha temple within the premises of the temple. miniature forms of the 12 jyothirlingas can be seen in a cave within the temple premises. holy places like Hardwar, Rishikesh, Badrinath, Kedarnath & Amarnath are depicted in sequence here.
STATUES in temple
65 Feet Tall Shiva Statue
a 65-feet-tall Shiva statue. Seated in a yogic posture, the deity is a towering symbol of faith. Lakhs of devotees throng the temple to experience God, especially on festive days. The majestic Lord sits in a lotus position and has in the background Mount Kailash, and the holy river Ganges flowing from the His matted locks. The sense of tranquility that one experiences by looking at this 65-feet marvel, surrounded by mountains and with the blue sky above, is overwhelming. The look on Lord Shiva’s face is so serene that it calms anyone who looks at him. The positive energy that exists in the place is overpowering.
32 Feet tall Ganesh Statue
32-feet-tall VignaharanGanesha is the first deity at the temple devotees offer their prayers to. The white statue of the Ganapati is seated first in the path of pilgrimage through the Shivoham Shiva Temple. Devotees tie the ‘Vighnaharan thread’ near the Ganesha praying for their troubles to be resolved. Ganesha is also known as the Lord of success. Ganesha is also worshipped as the god of education, knowledge, wisdom and wealth.
The word ‘Navgraha’ is related to Planets and the Universe. The planets are placed in Universe and each of them moves in their own way without disturbing others. Navagraha pooja is done to please the influencing Gods of the nine planets and thus to bring harmony into one’s life. The Navgraha pooja is conducted by making a till batti for all the nine grahas and offering it to the Gods in the form of an aarti and circumambulating the grahas nine times.
25 Feet Tall Shiva Ling
At the entrance of the Shivoham Shiva Temple, there’s a huge 25-ft ShivaLinga Gate that symbolizes the sacred form of Lord Shiva. the Linga represents the divine energy and infinite nature of Lord Shiva. It has water falling from atop signifying milk abhishek. At 24 x 15 feet, it’s the biggest such ShivaLinga Gate in Bangalore.
Pahadi Shiv Dham Yatra
Pahadi Shiv Dham Yatra was started at the Shivoham Shiva Temple in 2010, on the auspicious day of MahaShivratri. The idea behind this Yatra is to give devotees a glimpse of the five most powerful holy places in the country. According to Hindu mythology, a pilgrimage to these five holy places helps one to attain moksha (liberation). But, it is not possible for everyone to visit all these holy places due to various reasons. However, at Shivoham Shiv Temple, you can get a feel of all these places. In the Pahadi Shiv Dham Yatra, devotees climb the Himalayas, pass through Haridwar, Rishikesh, Badrinath, Kedarnath, and finally reach Amarnath. The devotees get a chance to witness all these shrines and also touch the sacred Shiva Linga of Amarnath, which is formed of ice. This journey amidst the frosty breeze and through the snowy mountains gives devotees the feeling of being present at the actual shrines.
Barah Jyotir Ling Yatra
hivoham Shiva Temple has organized a feat of 12 animatronics. This setup offers a unique opportunity for the devotees to make a holy pilgrimage under one roof. The BarahJyotir Ling Yatra is a special attraction of the temple. The spiritual vibrations in the temple bring a sense of spiritual belongingness and reverence, allowing all devotees to voyage through 12 sacred lingams from Mahakaleshwar to Rameshwaram, and from Somnath to Vaidyanath.
The spiritual activity of Ganga Snaan was started in the temple on the day of Maha Shivratri in 2009. In this activity, devotees take a bath in the Holy Ganges that flows out of Shiva’s matted hair. The holy Ganges flows from the top of the 65–feet-tall Shiva onto a Linga installed specially for this activity. Devotees perform Abhishek on this Linga during the Snaan and get blessed by Lord Shiva.
Light And Sound Show
Shivoham Shiva Temple organizes a unique Light & Sound show every evening at 7:00 PM, 8:00 PM and 9:00 PM inside the temple.
|January to December|
|Monday||12:00 AM - 11:59 PM|
|Tuesday||12:00 AM - 11:59 PM|
|Wednesday||12:00 AM - 12:00 AM|
|Thursday||12:00 AM - 11:59 PM|
|Friday||12:00 AM - 11:59 PM|
|Saturday||12:00 AM - 11:59 PM|
|Sunday||12:00 AM - 11:59 PM|
|Last Admission||GENERAL ENTRY 09:00 PM|
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