The temple here is dedicated to Lord Subramanya and Lord Lakshmi Narasimha. It is believed that the idol of Shri subrahmanya is self originated. The uniqueness of the temple is, Sri Subrahmanya is facing east and Sri Lakshmi Narasimha is facing west in a single image. One can have darshan of Lord Narasimha through a mirror placed rear side.
This unique and ancient temple attracts many a pilgrims. Special pooja's will be performed the event of Brahmarathotsava, i.e., on the day of Pushya shudda Shashti. Narasimha Jayanti is other major festival celebrated here. Marriage functions are also held here.This temple is famous as one of the seven Muktisthala pilgrimage centers in Karnataka. Dedicated to Lord Subramanya, the temple contains the images of Adi Sesha and Vasuki. The chief deity Lord Subramanya is seated on a peacock in the sanctum. The sand from the ant hills, collected from the sanctum, is given as prasad to the devotees. A highly revered Garuda stambha is situated in front of the sanctum.
Free lunch is provided daily for the devotees.
Distances from Ghati Subramanya:
Bangalore: 60 Kms
Doddaballapur: 12 kms
How to reach Ghati Subramanya:
Ghati Subrahmanya it is about 60 kms from Bangalore and has to be reached via Doddaballapur. Direct buses are available but they are not frequent.
Local transportation is available from Doddaballapur to Ghati Subramanya.
Nearest Railway station: Makali Durga on the Bangalore - Guntakal line.
Nearest Airport: Bangalore
Shri Subrahmanya Temple
S.S. Ghati Post,
Pin code: 561 203
Bangalore Rural district