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Nimishambha Temple, Srirangapatna
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  • it is a beautiful temple and you get some pooja done on your name after getting a pooja receipt from the counter outside the temple. better to go with a person who knows about this temple or at least ...  more »
  • Tucked away in a quiet locality and on the banks of the river Cauvery, this temple has divinity written all over it.The temple is more than 300 years old and it is believed that devoteeā€™s who come and...  more »
  • Nimishamba literally means Goddess of One Minute. The diety here is a form of Goddess Parvathi who is supposed to grant the wishes of her devotees in one minute. The location of the temple is very sce...  more »
  • The temple is situated in a beautiful place. It is believed that Goddess Nimishamba blesses her devotees every minute. Also take blessings of Sri Ranganathaswamy at Srirangapatna.
  • basin of Cauvery River at Ganjam village. The famous Sri Nimishambha Temple existing, this Sri Nimishambhadevi, with Sreechakra Sri Moukthikeshwara Swamy and Sri lakshminarayana Swamy god`s idols of Surya Deva , Ganapathi, and Hunuman.
  • Beautiful river side temple. Bike travel from Mysore or Bangalore will be add flavour. Famous deity in and around south Karnataka. Spend some time by the river, it will be refreshing. At any point of the year there will be a descent crowd other than the festival time.
  • The temple is still in a pristine condition untouched by the human masses. One can have a leisurely bath in the Kaveri rivulet and a peaceful darshan in the temple.
  • Nimshimba Devi . Very powerful god and beautiful temple and architecture on the banks of river cauvery