The Tipu Sultan summer palace was built in 1791 and was was one of Tipu's favourite summer retreats. It is a beautiful two-storeyed ornate wooden structure with exquisitely carved pillars, arches and balconies. The Nandi temple is located in Basavanagudi, a district of Bangalore. It was built in 1537 by Kempe Gowda, a local ruler in the Vijayanagara empire. The main shrine houses an idol in the shape of a bull. Another Hindu temple in Bangalore is the ISKCON (International Society for Krishna Consciousness) one on 'Hare Krishna hill'. This temple is a striking blend of traditional and modern architecture. Opposite the ISKCON temple lies the colourful Ashta Lakshmi Hindu temple. On a nearby hill lies the Sri Prasanna Veeranjaneya Hindu temple.

01 Tipu palace 02 Pillars in Tipu palace 03 Pillars in Tipu palace 04 Pillars in Tipu palace 05 Pillars in Tipu palace
06 Hindu temple 07 Bull temple main entrance 08 Bull temple gift and flowers stall 09 Bull temple gift and flowers stall 10 Bull temple 11 Bull temple
12 Bull temple 13 Bull statue in Bull temple 14 Iskcon Krishna temple 15 Iskcon Krishna temple 16 Iskcon Krishna temple
17 Ashta Lakshmi Hindu temple 18 Ashta Lakshmi Hindu temple 19 Ashta Lakshmi Hindu temple 20 Ashta Lakshmi Hindu temple 21 Ashta Lakshmi Hindu temple 22 Sri Prasanna Hindu temple
23 Sri Prasanna Hindu temple 24 Sri Prasanna Hindu temple 25 God statue in Sri Prasanna temple
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