Revanna Siddeshwara Temple




Sri Revanna Siddeshwara Swamy Temple is a Hindu pilgrimage centre situated in Karnataka State in India.

Sri Revanna Siddeshwara believed to be the re-incarnation of Jagadguru Sri Renukacharya the founder of “Veerashaiva Siddantha” (Shaiva Dharma) with a slogan “sarve janaha sukhino bhavanthu” is said to have performed penance at the sacred cave hill which is named after him.

Sri Jagadguru Revana Siddeshwara traveled across the country and left many miracles in helping distressed, poor, and backward people and established socialism and secularism long ago.

The sacred cave hill temple is located on a massive monolithic stone hill surrounded by hilly region in the midst of nature. It is located at Ramanagara taluk, about 65 km away from Bangalore city in Karnataka State.

Devotees visit the temple on all days, with Monday’s, Full moon and New moon days being considered as more auspicious for worship and prayers. The main seva at the temple is Rudrabhisheka which is very sacred for Lord Shiva.

Sri Revanna Siddeshwara Swamy is regarded as one of the greatest Saints of the Shaiva Sect in the Hindu religion.

The temple holds important festivals during Maha Shivaratri. Other important events held are, Renuka Jayanthi Celebrated on Palguna shudha trayodashi

Basava Jayanthi Celebrated on Vyshaka, Shudha, Akshaya Truthiya

5 days Jathra Mahotsava Basaveshwara Konda Mahotsava celebrated on the 3rd Day early in the morning around 3.00 am

Maharathotsava Celebrated on Vaishaka Shudha Pornami (Budda Pornami), the 3rd Day of jatra Mahotsava 12 noon

Laksha Deepotsava Evening of Karthika Amavasya

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