(Last Updated on : 31/05/2013)
Bhuvaneshwari Temple is the temple popular among the people of Mysore
, concentrate there for worshipping.
Bhuvaneshwari Temple is located on northern side of the Mysore Palace
Fort corresponding to the Varahaswamy temple in the south. Thus the Bhuvaneshwari Temple has a symmetrical structure in the fort complex. Bhuvaneshwari Temple was constructed by Sri Jayachamarajendra Wodeyar.
One of the important objects in the Bhuvaneshwari Temple is a copper Surya
Mandala which is said to have been transferred from the Mysore Palace to this temple by Jayachamarajendra Wodeyar.
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