Arasinakunte Sri vijaya vittala temple :

God and Godess :

  • Big Statue Of vishnu Viswarupam
  • Gayatri Mata
  • Asta Lakshmi
  • Sankata Mokchana Anjaneya Swamy
  • Ganesha
  • Seetha rama lakshmana Swamy
  • Panduranga swamy
  • Subramanya swamy
  • Radha Krishna
  • Navagrahas
  • Vijaya Vittala swamy
  • Santhoshi mata
  • Lakshmi Narayana swamy
  • Statue Of River (ganga, Yamuna, Godawari , Saraswathi , Narmada, Sindhu, And kaveri)

Location :

Arasinakunte Vijaya Vittala Temple,
VishwaShanti Ashram, Vijaya Vittala Nagar,
Arasinakunte Village,
Nelamangala Taluk,
Bangalore Rural district – 562123
Karnataka

Timings :

  • Morning 8:00am – 12:30pm
  • Evening 4:00pm – 7:30pm

Temple History :

Vishwa Shanti Ashram was established by Sant Keshavadas, whose organization is known as the Temple of Comic Religion in the west. Sant Keshavadas was born in 1934 in Bhadragiri, a small village in Karnataka. A law Graduate from the Mahatma Gandhi Memorial College, his life quest was more spiritual than material.He believed in the unity of all religions, that they sought the same Ultimate Truth. He unified the teachings of all world religions and established the Temple of Cosmic Religion.

He wrote 50 books and has composed 6000 kirtans. He traveled all over the world spreading his message of a Universal Religion. After his passing in 1997, his spiritual work is carried on by his wife and successor, Guru Mataji.The beautiful Vishwa Shanti Ashram is the Headquarters of the Temple of Cosmic Religion. It was constructed with funds from donations from the followers of Sadguru Sant Keshavadas. The highlight of the ashram is the striking Bhagavad Gita Mandir.

Vishwa Shanti Ashram – Architecture The Ashram is spread over a few acres of land. Inside, at the front, there is the huge Vijaya Vittala statue. Below this statue is the Lakshmi Narayana temple. Spread on either side of this temple is the Ashtalakshmi Mandir, with the eight forms of Mahalakshmi. Further on there are temples for Gayathri Devi, Navagrahas, and Santhoshi Mata.At the center is the Bhagavad Gita Mandir. To the right of this Mandir lie a series of statues representing the seven main holy rivers of India – Ganga, Yamuna, Saraswathi, Godavari, Narmada, Sindhu, and Kaveri.The Bhagavad Gita temple itself is constructed in the form of a chariot, with Arjuna seated at the back, and Krishna, holding the reins of the horses, teaching him the lofty yet practical philosophy of the Bhagavad Gita. Inside this chariot is a meditation hall with a large statue of Vishwaroopa Narayana, with the encompassing the ten avatars of Lord Vishnu.

Festivals :

  • Vaikuntha Ekadasi
  • Srikrishnastami
  • Rathasaptami

Ticket price for rituals, darshanams & special sevas :

  • Archane
  • Abhisheka
  • Bhagawath Gita Bodhane

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Nearest Bus Stations :

  • Nelamangala 3.4 km
  • Kempegowda 30 km

Nearest Railwaystations :

  • Nelamangala 5.6 km
  • Soldevanahalli 16.5 km
  • Chikbanavar 19.8 km
  • Solur 23.8 km

Nearest Airports :

Bangalore – 52 km

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