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Shiva Temple, 65 foot Tall Lord Shiva Lingam

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The Shiva Temple is one of the many Temples in Bangalore India. You will find a Shiva Lingam, the projection of Hindu Lord Shiva. The temple also has a statue of lord Shiva in a yoga posture that is 65 feet high.

  • sonu sharma over 1 year ago
    super nice ,,,,jai bhole nath
  • arvind over 1 year ago
    jai jai shankar............
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