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Ulsoor Subramanya Temple in Bangalore

Sri Subramanya Swami Temple at Ulsoor in Bangalore is a popular shrine in Karnataka dedicated to Hindu God Muruga. The popular belief is that the murti of Subrahmanya worshipped in the Ulsoor temple is the exact replica of the murti at Tirutthani, one of the holiest abodes of Muruga in Tamil Nadu. Another highlight is that the temple has separate sanctums for Valli and Devasena, the consorts of Muruga.

The main Sanctum Sanctorum of Ulsoor Subramanya Temple has a murti of Sri Subramanya Swami along with a Shatchakra.

The temple also has small shrines dedicated to Ganesha, Ardhanarishvara, Durga, Chandi Keshvara, Surya Narayana, Agasthya Rishi and Kalabhairava.

Opening and Closing time:
Morning 6:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Evening 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM

The temple is located about 8 km from the Bangalore city center (Kempe Gowda Main Bus Stand). Lido theatre bus stop and Adarsha theatre bus stops are the BMTC bus stops nearest to the temple.

The most important puja in the temple is the Panchamrutha Abisheka, which is performed from 6:30 AM to 8:00 AM daily.