(Last Updated on : 20/04/2012)
Hulimav Cave Temple is administered by the Sri Sri Bala Gangadaraswami Mutt in Karnataka
. It is believed that a saint did tapas in the cave for many years and his samadhi is also found inside. There are three main deities consecrated inside. A Shiva Lingam
occupies the centre, on one side there is a Devi idol and, on the other side, the idol of Lord Ganesha
has been sanctified. On the other side of the cave there is a very old dhyana mandap. It appears that the cave is several centuries old. Temple is placed within the natural cave inside the rocks. The temple is as old as 4-5 hundred years and has been found and built by Sri Sri Balagangadaraswami mutt.
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