Mukthi Natheshwara Temple
Mukthi Natheshwara Temple has located just 1 km from the Nelamangala – Bangalore Highway, at the Binnamangala Village (PIN CODE is 562110) of Nelamangala Taluk. This Temple as per the Inscription stone of the right-hand side of the sanctum strontium reveals that it was built in the year 1110 CE, during the Chola King “Kulothunga Chola” also called “Chakravartin Kulothunga Chola Deva” who had ruled the Chola empire between 1070 CE to 1122 CE.
Opening timings are morning 7:00 am to 1:00 pm and at 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm and open on all days.
Mukthi Natheshwara Temple’s main deity is Sri Mukthi Natheshwara another name for Sri Lord Shiva, even though this Temple is small in size, but it has some artistic carving of the walls that can be found here.
Exquisite carvings of Walls at the Mukthi Natheshwara Temple, a true display of Chola Architecture in Bengaluru, There are some other 25 temples in the City of Bengaluru built by Cholas but there are no carvings on Walls to this extent. and other statutes of Kings and his assistants found here give a hint about the social, Economic, and dressing conditions of that period ( that is 11th Century in Nelamangala). below are the two pics which makes it clear.
Please note that Binnamangala where the Mukthi Natheshwara Temple is located is near Nelamangala, don’t confuse it with Binnamangala of Indira Nagar of Bengaluru City.
Bangalore to Binnamangala by Bus
- BMTC Bus Routes numbers are 258TC, 407, 407F.
- The nearest Metro Station is at 11 km Nagasandra Subway.
|Specialty||Distance In Km|
|1.||Nelamangala||Ancient town||3 Km|
|2.||Sri Viswaroopa Vijaya Vittala Devasthanam||Largest Stone statue of Sri Vittal||3 Km|
|3.||Shiva Gange||Hills, Trekking, and Temples||20 Km|
|4.||Mahimapura||Sri Ranganatha Temple||12 Km|
|5.||Sri Kashi Vishwanath Temple||A Chola Temple||2 Km|
|6.||Nelamangala Lake||a Beautiful landscape||1 Km|
|7.||ArasinaKunte||a lake||2 Km|
|8.||Sondekoppa||an Ancient town||8 Km|
|9.||NIjagal Betta||Hills, a Trekking place,||22 Km|
|10.||Manne||9th Century remains of Ganga Capital||24 Km|
Mukthi Natheshwara meaning, Mukthi is a Sanskrit term for salvation, Natheshwara Means Lord Shiva, so Mukthi Natheshwara Means Salvation giving Lord Shiva worshipped here in the form of Linga.
Below is the Audio file of the Pronunciation of Mukthi Natheshwara, Binnamangala, and Nelamangala.
Since Mukthi Natheshwara is another name of Lord Shiva and he is one of the easiest gods to please, one can offer even a glass of water he will be pleased. Further Mondays, Saturdays, Amavasya, Hunime, pradosha, Masa Shivaratri, Shivaratri, Karthika Masa are the best time to Worship him. Below are the details of Amavasya, Hunime, Pradosha, Masa Shivaratri, Shivaratri, Karthika Masa dates for the year 2021.
Pradosham dates of the year 2021 dates, timings are based on Bengaluru, for other places timings slightly chances.
|The 2021 Year Dates||Timings of Pradosha||Total Time||Masa||type||Begins at||Ends at|
|Month||Krishna / Shukla|
|January 10, 2021, Sunday||06:10 PM to 08:41 PM||02 Hours 31 Mins||Pushya||Krishna Trayodashi||04:52 PM, Jan 10||02:32 PM, Jan 11|
|January 26, 2021, Tuesday||06:18 PM to 08:48 PM||02 Hours 30 Mins||Pushya||Shukla Trayodashi||12:24 AM, Jan 26||01:11 AM, Jan 27|
|February 9, 2021, Tuesday||06:24 PM to 08:52 PM||02 Hours 28 Mins||Magha||Krishna Trayodashi||03:19 AM, Feb 09||02:05 AM, Feb 10|
|February 24, 2021, Wednesday||06:28 PM to 08:54 PM||02 Hours 26 Mins||Magha||Shukla Trayodashi||06:05 PM, Feb 24||05:18 PM, Feb 25|
|March 10, 2021, Wednesday||06:30 PM to 08:54 PM||02 Hours 24 Mins||Phalguna||Krishna Trayodashi||02:40 PM, Mar 10||02:39 PM, Mar 11|
|March 26, 2021, Friday||06:31 PM to 08:52 PM||02 Hours 22 Mins||Phalguna||Shukla Trayodashi||08:21 AM, Mar 26||06:11 AM, Mar 27|
|April 9, 2021, Friday||06:32 PM to 08:51 PM||02 Hours 20 Mins||Chaitra||Krishna Trayodashi||03:15 AM, Apr 09||04:27 AM, Apr 10|
|April 24, 2021, Saturday||07:17 PM to 08:51 PM||01 Hour 34 Mins||Chaitra||Shukla Trayodashi||07:17 PM, Apr 24||04:12 PM, Apr 25|
|May 8, 2021, Saturday||06:36 PM to 08:52 PM||02 Hours 16 Mins||Vaishakha||Krishna Trayodashi||05:20 PM, May 08||07:30 PM, May 09|
|May 24, 2021, Monday||06:40 PM to 08:55 PM||02 Hours 14 Mins||Vaishakha||Shukla Trayodashi||03:38 AM, May 24||12:11 AM, May 25|
|June 7, 2021, Monday||06:45 PM to 08:58 PM||02 Hours 14 Mins||Jyeshtha||Krishna Trayodashi||08:48 AM, Jun 07||11:24 AM, Jun 08|
|June 22, 2021, Tuesday||06:48 PM to 09:02 PM||02 Hours 13 Mins||Jyeshtha||Shukla Trayodashi||10:22 AM, Jun 22||06:59 AM, Jun 23|
|July 7, 2021, Wednesday||06:50 PM to 09:04 PM||02 Hours 14 Mins||Ashadha||Krishna Trayodashi||01:02 AM, Jul 07||03:20 AM, Jul 08|
|July 21, 2021, Wednesday||06:49 PM to 09:04 PM||02 Hours 15 Mins||Ashadha||Shukla Trayodashi||04:26 PM, Jul 21||01:32 PM, Jul 22|
|August 5, 2021, Thursday||06:45 PM to 09:01 PM||02 Hours 16 Mins||Shravana||Krishna Trayodashi||05:09 PM, Aug 05||06:28 PM, Aug 06|
|August 20, 2021, Friday||06:38 PM to 08:50 PM||02 Hours 12 Mins||Shravana||Shukla Trayodashi||10:54 PM, Aug 19||08:50 PM, Aug 20|
|September 4, 2021, Saturday||06:28 PM to 08:48 PM||02 Hours 20 Mins||Bhadrapada||Krishna Trayodashi||08:24 AM, Sep 04||08:21 AM, Sep 05|
|September 18, 2021, Saturday||06:19 PM to 08:41 PM||02 Hours 22 Mins||Bhadrapada||Shukla Trayodashi||06:54 AM, Sep 18||05:59 AM, Sep 19|
|October 4, 2021, Monday||06:07 PM to 08:32 PM||02 Hours 24 Mins||Ashwaja||Krishna Trayodashi||10:29 PM, Oct 03||09:05 PM, Oct 04|
|October 17, 2021, Sunday||06:00 PM to 08:26 PM||02 Hours 26 Mins||Ashwaja||Shukla Trayodashi||05:39 PM, Oct 17||06:07 PM, Oct 18|
|November 2, 2021, Tuesday||05:53 PM to 08:21 PM||02 Hours 28 Mins||Kartika||Krishna Trayodashi||11:31 AM, Nov 02||09:02 AM, Nov 03|
|November 16, 2021, Tuesday||05:50 PM to 08:20 PM||02 Hours 30 Mins||Kartika||Shukla Trayodashi||08:01 AM, Nov 16||09:50 AM, Nov 17|
|December 2, 2021, Thursday||05:52 PM to 08:23 PM||02 Hours 31 Mins||Margashirsha||Krishna Trayodashi||11:35 PM, Dec 01||08:26 PM, Dec 02|
|December 16, 2021, Thursday||05:56 PM to 08:28 PM||02 Hours 32 Mins||Margashirsha||Shukla Trayodashi||02:01 AM, Dec 16||04:40 AM, Dec 17|
|December 31, 2021, Friday||06:04 PM to 08:36 PM||02 Hours 32 Mins||Pushya||Krishna Trayodashi||10:39 AM, Dec 31||07:17 AM, Jan 01|
|Sl||Seva Name||Cost in Rs.|
|1||Ashtothara Namavali||Rs. 10|
|2||Panchamrutha Abhisheka||Rs 301|
|5||Sankashtahara Ganapathi Pooja||Rs 50|
|6||Rudra Abhishekam||Rs 501|
|7||Vahana pooja two-wheeler||Rs 50|
|8||Vahana pooja three-wheeler||Rs 75|
|9||Vahana pooja Four Wheeler||Rs 100|
|10||Vahana pooja Six Wheeler||Rs 150|
Photo Gallery of Mukthi Natheshwara Temple, Binnamangala.
Below is the Photo Gallery of Mukthi Natheshwara Temple, Binnamangala taken on 21st March 2021 on account of MahaShiva ratri.
People also ask frequently these questions?
Ques. What is the difference between Mutkthi Natheshwara Temple and Mukthi Naga Temple? ”
Ans. Mukthi Natheshwara Temple is dedicated to Lord Sri Shiva built in the 10th Century by Chola Kings, located in Binnamangala Village, Nelamangala Taluk. Whereas Muthi Naga Temple is dedicated to Lord Naga and Lord Sri Subramanya relatively new temple.
Ques. What are Chola temples in Bangalore and what is the importance of those temples?
Ans. Chola temples are those temples that were built during the Chola regime between the 10th to 13th Century, these are having both religious and historical importance, here is the complete list and details of the Chola temples in Bangalore