Bull Temple Banglore
Bull Temple is located on the Basavangudi hill Bugle Gowda in Bangalore. Kempe,
known as the founder of Bangalore, this temple built in typical Dravidian style.
The temple has a huge monolithic bull called Nandi, who is 4, 5 high and 6.5
long. It is believed that the statue is growing in size and also
further.According a legend, the temple was built to appease a vagrant bull,
which continued to erode the peanut grown together in the surrounding fields.
Since the expression of the Bull Temple, the bull has never been the same
farmers again.Thankful still hold annual Peanut Festival (parish kadalekayi)
near the temple premises. The farmers offer their first harvest in the months
from November to December to show their gratitude for Bull. The temple is next
to the Lord Ganesha with a single function. Idol of the goddess is made of 110
kg of butter after every 4 years. Surprisingly butter never melts.