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Mukti Naga Temple, Bangalore

Mukti Naga Temple, Bangalore
Monolithic statue of Mukti Naga

Mukti Naga temple in Bangalore is world's largest monolithic statue of Lord Naaga, about 16 feet tall and 36 tons of weight.

The Mukti Naga temple which is run by Shri Subrahmanya Seva Trust, is situated in a serene ambience of Ramohalli, a village on the outskirts of Bangalore city.

Shrines at Mukti Naga Temple:
  1. Shri Kaaryasiddhi Vinayaka Temple

  2. Shri Muktinaga Temple
From Bangalore Bus Station: 18 Km
From Mysore Road (Near Kengeri) towards Big Banyan Tree road: 5 Km
Big Banyan Tree, Bangalore: 3 km
Ramohalli Bus Stand: 1 km

How to reach Mukti Naga Temple:
One should take right turn towards Big Banyan Tree road near Kengeri in Bangalore-Mysore Road to reach Muktinaga temple.

BMTC bus to Mukti Naga Temple:
From Market: 227Y

Shri Mukti Naga Kshetra
Ramohalli, Big Banyan Tree Road,
Kengeri, Bangalore South.
Phone: 080-26713583

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