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Veerabhadra Temple, Lepakshi
(4.7/5 based on 100 reviews on the web)
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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  • This is an excellent ancient temple to visit near Bangalore. Those who are interested in architecture and history can enjoy. Nice photo can be taken. If you want to know history of the place please ta...  more »
  • We went to Veerabhadra temple from Bangalore which is approximately 130km drive. The road condition is very good and the drive was smooth. The temple complex is very neat and it is really surprising t...  more »
  • A nice temple with good architectures inside. Beautiful idol. Located close to Bangalore and one can have a one day trip. However, it is better to avoid visiting this place in summer.