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Full Day Private Tour of Temples of Bengaluru
"Start your amazing temple tour of Bangalore after meeting your Private local guide and Personal chauffeur at your hotel lobby. Drive to Basavanagudi to visit famous Bull temple. This is the biggest temple of Nandi in the world meas with his two heads seven hands and three legs. This temple see’s the largest crowd on the festival of Shivaratri. Devotees gather here on Makara Sankaranti day when it is believed that at a particular moment in the evening the sun’s rays fall directly on the Shivalinga ins Vishnu and Shiva adorn the walls. Drive to ISKON temple. Sri Radha Krishna Chandra or ISKON temple  is situated at Hare Krishna Hill. This Neo-Classical temple is attached to a cultural complex occupying a seven acre hill Situated on the top of the Panchagiri Hills 24km southwest of Bangalore near Udipalya village. The campus is spread over 65 acres
From $71.00
Private Bangalore Tour: City Sightseeing Including Anjaneya Temple
"Your professional guide will pick you up from your hotel and take you by private vehicle on your sightseeing tour of Bangalore traveling along boulevards past beautiful gardens. Start your private tour with a visit to the ISKCON temple (International Society for Krishna Consciousness) which offers visitors a unique spiritual and architectural perspective; Hare Krishna devotees built the temple in the late 1990s in a neo-classical style with materials that blend tradition and modernity. After your visit enjoy breakfast (own expense) at a city restaurant and head to the Anjaneya and Rajarajeshwari temples. Visit Anjaneya temple -- dedicated to Hanuman the Hindu ‘monkey-god' -- and see shrines devoted to Shivalinga Rama Sita and Lakshmana. Stop by the centuries-old temple of Raja Rajeshwari
From $99.00
Half-Day or Full-Day Experiential Culture Tour of Bangalore
"Go beyond the guidebook on this full-day guided tour of Bangalore. Meet your guide at 9am and set off for an informative enlightening and entertaining day of seeing the sites of the city. Visit various Colonial-era spots around the city as well as some hyper-local places such as scrapyards where inventive programs are empowering the poor. You can even stop by a local's homes. Stroll through bustling fruit and vegetable markets and cruise past parliamentary areas all the while learning about the history and culture of Bangalore.You have the option to select a half-day or full-day tour. Below is a list of items from which create our itinerary:Breakfast at a Snake Temple (at own expense)
From $50.00

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