Domlur Chokkanathaswamy Temple:
Chokkanathaswamy Temple is devoted to the deity called Chokkanathaswamy or Chokka Perumal (the Hindu god Vishnu) at Domlur in the Indian town of Bangalore. It is one of the city’s oldest shrines, dating back to the 10th century AD chola era.
Domlur Chokkanathaswamy Temple History:
This Chokkanathaswamy temple during the Chola period is regarded to be Bangalore’s oldest temple. There are several remarkable carvings and ornamental characteristics in the complex and the temple face east.
One inscription from Tamil dating from 1270 A.D.It is stated on a door frame that the gates were donated by one Alagiyar and another inscription indicates the donation by one Talaikattu and another inscription dated 1290 A.D.Reports that Poysala Vira Ramananda made donations to the temple. Navrang style Vijayanagara and subsequent editions are pillars.
Chokkanathaswamy Temple Pranic Energy:
There are 12 pranic points within this temple complex. Two of them are in the sanctuary and ten are outside. The white squares mark the 10 places.One has to stand inside the square facing the shrine and pray at these points for at least 2 minutes to experience and enjoy the cosmic energy. A retired Chief Executive Engineer, barely 10 years ago, found these points.
Chokkanathaswamy Temple Domlur Timings:
sri chokkanathaswamy temple domlur timings
6:00 am – 11:00 am, 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Chokkanathaswamy Temple Address: Sri chokkanathaswamy temple, 5th Cross Road, Opposite Sony World, Village Domlur, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560071