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Veerabhadra Temple, Lepakshi

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A particularly precarious temple to visit, Veerabhadra Temple is perfect for those who have an interest in history and architectural history. Believed to been built in the 15th century, the temple is located on a hill named Kurma Saila which is referred to being a tortoise shaped hill. Take time to inspect the ceilings embellished with murals that depict scenes from the Epics, Mahabarata, The Ramayana and the Puranas. Notice particularly the clothing and facial expressions in the drawings. The temple is free to enter. Use our Lepakshi trip generator to arrange your visit to Veerabhadra Temple and other attractions in Lepakshi.
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  • Just wanted to go on a drive on a lazy Saturday afternoon, just decided to drive to this place Lepakshi. The drive is amazing 4 lane NH highway till the last 16km towards the temple. 2 toll booths of ...  more »
  • This place has a special attraction where lord siva and lord maha vishnu face each other and bless us.  more »
  • This place is around 140 Kms from Bangalore on Blre-Hyd Highway, the roads are pretty good, so you will reach approx in 90 mins. Nice place to spend couple of hours peacefully. As I stay close to this...  more »