Bengaluru temples getting ready for mandalam- makaravilakku season 2016


Searching for Jalahalli Sree Ayyappa temple mandalam-makaravilakku 2016 news? How to contact Ananthagiri Siddhivinayaka Ayyappa temple for mandalam puja 2016? Which temple in Bangalore provides vehicle facility to devotees for reaching Sabarimala pilgrimage 2016? Continue reading this post to clear all your queries regarding the mandalam-makaravilakku season of Bengaluru temples.

Bangalore in Karnataka state of India is famous for Ayyappa temples of our country. Devotees from different parts of Karnataka visit those temples during the mandalam-makaravilakku season 2016. I guess you might be interested to know the details of Ayyappa temples in Bangalore where mandalam-makaravilakku festival 2016 is held. These details includes location of the temples with contact information. Lets check those information to plan our pilgrimage.

Jalahalli Sree Ayyappa Temple Bengaluru Karnataka

Jalahalli Sree Ayyappa Temple is considered to be the first temple of Ayyappa in Karnataka state, India. The temple is getting ready for the mandalam-makaravilakku season 2016. On November 16, 3:30 PM the nada will be opened, followed by nirmalya darsanam, abhishekam, prasanna puja, ganapathi homam, usha puja, seeveli, ucha puja, annadhanam, deeparadhana(7:00 PM), pushpabhishekam, athazhapuja, vadyamelam, vilakeduppu, kazhchaseeveli, bhakthiganasudha, harivarasanam and nada closing(8:45 PM). Special arrangements will made for the devotees for wearing mudra mala and filling irumudi kettu. Here the temple provides you opportunity for booking puja's and the ceremony for filling irumudi kettu in advance. For more information, you can contact 28394222.

Location:
Jalahalli Sree Ayyappa Temple is located at Ayyappa Nagar, HMT Bangalore, Karnataka. More precisely we can say that the temple is situated on Subroto Mukherjee(SM) Road at Jalahalli West, that is 1 km northwards from the 12th KM stone at Jalahalli Cross on Bengaluru-Pune NH. The temple is located at a distance of 14 km from Bangalore City, 12 km from Bangalore Cantonment and 5 KM from BEL Circle on Outer Ring road. If you are traveling through Bellary Rd, it takes about 33 minutes to cover that 18 km while if you prefer via Sankey Rd and Bangalore-Shimoga Rd/ Mumbai-Bangalore Hwy/Pune-Bangalore Hwy, it takes 29 minutes to cover that 15 km.

Ananthagiri Sree Siddhivinayaka Temple Karnataka

Ananthagiri Sree Siddhivinayaka Ayyappa temple is one of the famous temples in Bangalore. This temple is popular among devotees as the Karnataka Sabarimala OR Sri Siddhivinayaka Ayyappa Swamy Temple. Constructed in the year 2007, the temple managed by the Sri Siddhivinayaka Ayyappa Swamy Devalaya Trust is situated in Ananthagiri hills. For the year 2016, the mandalam puja will start in the temple on November 16. Here there will be daily ceremonies for filling the irumudi kettu and wearing mudra mala. For more information, contact 9663499419. I think you might have a little doubt regarding the location of this temple. So in order to make your travel more easier, I am providing the location of Ananthagiri Sree Siddhivinayaka Ayyappa temple.

Location:
How to reach Ananthagiri Sree Siddhivinayaka Ayyappa temple? The temple is located at Siddheshwara Nagara Layout, Kulumepalya, Amruthnagar, Anjanapura Post, Bangalore-62, Karnataka, India.

Malleswaram Ayyappa Temple Bangalore

Malleswaram Ayyappa temple located in Bengaluru is getting ready for mandalam makaravilakku season 2016. The sub deities of this temple are Naga, Ganapathy, Murukan, Devi and Navagrahas. The functions will start in the temple on November 16. Daily there will be ganapathi homam and abhishekam in the morning. Several art forms like Bharatanatyam and Kathakali will be performed in the temple on this days. Samkramadeeparadhana, samkaramabhishekam and pushpabhishekam will be held in association with makaravilakku season 2016. You can contact in the telephone number 9740740330 for further details.

Location:
Malleswaram Sree Ayyappan temple is a famous temple of Sree Ayyappan located in Malleswaram, Bangalore, India.

Udayanagar Ayyappa Temple Bangalore

Among the different ayyappa temples in Bangalore, Udayanagar Ayyappa temple is having an important place. The mandalam -makaravilakku season 2016 in this temple starts on November 16. Early morning at 5:30 AM, the nada will be opened. If you are interested to know more information, please contact 080 28531100.

Location:
Udayanagar Ayyappa temple Bangalore is situated at Udaya Nagar, Mahadevapura, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560016, India. If you are traveling from Bengaluru, you can try via Swamy Vivekananda Rd OR via MG Rd and Swamy Vivekananda Rd. But depending on the route, it takes about 25-35 minutes as the distance is 13 km. From Kampegowda bus station, buses are also available to reach Udayanagar Ayyappa Temple.

Vijinapura Ayyappa Temple Bangalore

Vijinapura Ayyappa Temple Bangalore was constructed in the year 1981 with the main deity as Lord Ayyappa. The other prathistas are Shiva/Nagas/Murugan/Ganapthy and Devi. In this temple, the mandalam-makaravilakku season will start by November 16. You can contact the temple officials in the following number 9980229019 for further information.

Location:
Vijinapura Ayyappa temple Bangalore is located at Vijinapura, Dooravani Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560016, India. From Bangalore, you can try via Swamy Vivekananda rd OR via Dodda Banaswadi main Rd. The distance will be 13.5 km and it will take approximately 35-40 minutes to reach the temple.

Kodihalli Ayyappa Temple Bangalore

Kodihalli Ayyappa Temple Bangalore was constructed in the year 1990. Here the mandalam makaravilakku season starts on November 16 with mahaganapathy homam, abhishekam, annadhanam, deeparadhana, pushpabhishekam and prasadam distribution. You can contact 8025200281 for more information.

Location:
Ayyappa temple Kodihalli is located at 232, 80 Feet Rd, HAL 3rd Stage, Kodihalli, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560008, India. If you are traveling from Bangalore, go via HAL old airport rd OR via HAL and old airport rd. It will take 18-25 minutes to reach the destination depending on the route. The distance will be 8-10 km.

Vasanth Nagar Sree Ayyappan Temple Karnataka

This is a famous temple located in the heart of Bengaluru city and is easy for people to reach the temple. Vasanth Nagar Sree Ayyappan Temple mandalam-makaravilakku season 2016 starts on November 16. There will be special poojas, ganapathy homam, chuttu vilakku, neyyabhishekam and annadhanam. There will be facilities like mala dharanam and kettunira that are offered to devotees proceeding to Sabarimala pilgrimage. If you need more information, contact 08041131117. As the temple is located in a good place, which is easy to reach, I am sure for the mandalavilakku-makaravilakku puja days, lots of devotees will visit the temple. So here I am providing the easy way to reach this temple to offer prayers.

Location:
Vasanth Nagar Sree Ayyappan temple is located at Junction Vasanth Nagar, 8th Main, Millers Road, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560052, India. From Bangalore town, if you are traveling by car, go via Queens rd. You can reach the temple in 10 minutes as the distance covered is only 3.5 km. Bus services are also available from Kampe Gowda bus station to reach the temple.

J C Nagar Ayyappan temple

J C Nagar Ayyappan temple is considered to be Bangalore's oldest Ayyappa temple, which was built in the traditional architecture of Kerala temple. For the manadalma-makaravailaku season 2016, J C Nagar Ayyappan temple provides ganapathy homam, chuttuvilakku, neyyabhishekam, parayeduppu and annadhanam. Special arrangements have been made by the temple for the devotees for wearing mala and filling the irumudi kettu. For more information, you can contact 080 23333352.

Location:
J C Nagar Ayyappan temple is located at Patel Gundappa Block, J C Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560006, India. If you are traveling by car from Bangalore town, go via Jayamahal Main Rd OR via Sankey Rd. The distance covered will be 6-8 km and you will take approximately 15-20 minutes to reach the temple. You can also try via train. From the Bangalore city junction railway station, train services are available to Bangalore cantonment. from there, you have to walk for 23 minutes to cover the 2 km.


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