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SHIVA TEMPLES IN KARNATAKA 

Halibedu - Hoyaleswara Devalaya

Sringeri - Vidyasankar Devalaya

This remarkable Hoyaleswara temple considered as the open air museum of sculptural art is a masterpiece of the medieval craftsmen.

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Sringeri, the seat of Advaitha Matapitha justly claims the honour of possessing an ancient sacred Siva Devalaya in the centre of the Sarada pitha campus.

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Mysore - Mahabaleswar Temple On chamunbdi Hill

Nandi Town - Bhoganandiswara Devalaya

The lovely hillock - Chamundi Betta lying at about 2 km south east of the fort of Mysore city enshrines some ancient temples of great renown.

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This ancient temple situated at the foot of the Nandi hills near Bangalore belongs to ninth century.....  

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Pattadakkal - Sangameswara Devalaya

Aihole - Ardhanareeswara Devalaya

Among the cluster of temples dedicated to Saiva, Vaishnava, Sakteya and Jain gods in Pattadakal, Siva Devalayas form majority.

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It is a treasure-trove housing more than hundred temples during the heyday of the eminent rulers.

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Gokarnam - Gokarneswar Devalaya

Nanjangud - Srikanteswara Devalaya 

The origin of this great Saiva kshetra dates back to Treta yuga, when Ravana tried his best to get Atmalinga of Lord Siva to Lanka for the private worship of his Mother Kaikasi, and to making Lanka invulnerable.

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The glory of this Mokshapuri eulogised by Vedavyasa  as Galapuri is found in many legends and history, as it begins with the churning of Ksheerasagara by devas and danavas to obtaining nectar.

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Talakaveri - Viswanatha Devalaya

Dharmasthala - Srimanjunatha Devalaya

Talakaveri as the name suggests is the birth place of river Goddess Cauvery, one of the most sacred rivers of India....

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Here is a spiritual treasure of inexhaustible worth that is raising the Mother Bharat to the pinnacle of ineffable glory.

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Udipi - Chandramouleeswara Swamy Temple

Bangalore - Kadu Malleswara Swamy Devalayam

The ancient Chandra Mouleeswara Temple lies to the south west of Krishna Mutt and it enshrines a beautiful Sivalinga of - about three feet in height.....

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The metropolitan city of Bangalore, the capital of Karnataka state houses among many places of worship two famous ancient Sivaalayas of great reputation.

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Kolar - Nandeeswara Aalayam

Sangama - Sangameswar Devalaya

Kolar, the district head quarters town of the same name in the state of Karnataka has a spiritual treasure atop a little hill, lying at a distance of about 2 km from the central bus stand.

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At the holy confluence of Cauvery and Arkavati, there lies Sangama a little quiet town famous for an ancient Saiva temple called Sangameswara Devalaya.

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Badami

Some of the master-pieces like the 18-armed Nataraja sculptured on the cave walls of Badami is a standing testimony of Chalukyan munificent patronage....

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