Immadihalli

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Immadihalli
Akshaya Tirupati
village
Immadihalli is located in Bengaluru
Immadihalli
Immadihalli
Coordinates: 12°34′52″N 77°27′04″E / 12.5811°N 77.451°E / 12.5811; 77.451Coordinates: 12°34′52″N 77°27′04″E / 12.5811°N 77.451°E / 12.5811; 77.451
Country India
State Karnataka
District Bangalore
Languages
 • Official Kannada
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 560066
Telephone code 2845
Vehicle registration KA-53
Coastline 0 kilometres (0 mi)
Nearest city Bangalore

Immadihalli is a suburb situated in the Eastern periphery of Bangalore City and part of the Internationally renowned Whitefield township. Immadihalli was a part of the Varthur Legislative Assembly, but now belongs to the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike BBMP[1]. Immadihalli belongs to Mahadevapura Legislative Assembly in the state of Karnataka with effect from the year 2008. Immadihalli is very close to ITPL, which is heart of IT in Bangalore. Immadihalli is one of the most popular villages after Varthur. Immadihalli belongs to a green belt area so there are no industries located in and around. Immadihalli was one of the largest milk producing villages in Bangalore.[1]

At Immadihalli, people celebrate, Brahmarathotsava of Sri venkataramana Swamy, kalyanotsava which happens in between February and march. The whole event will continue approx 28 days It is one of the famous events that happen in this area. The people of Immadihalli and surrounding village people has constructed Sri Draupathamma ( Draupadi ) at Sri Dharmaraya Swamy ( Yudhisthira ) temple,near to Sri venkataramana Swamy and planning to celebrate karaga mahostava which happens in night being visited by thousands of people from Channasandra, Varthur,Harohalli, Gunjur, Whitefield, Ramagondannahalli, Balagere, Sorahunase, Nagondanahalli .

History of Sri Venkataramana Swamy Temple[edit]

A few hundred years back the idol of Sri venkataramana Swamy was found in Sorahunase village in the agriculture land and same idol has been brought to immadihalli village and constructed temple.

in 2001 the old temple as been renovated with full granite stones with a new kalyana mantapa and a new gopura the construction of the new temple took nearly 5 years to complete. This village consist of many temples in which Karimariyamma & sapalamma temples are considered as the Gramadhevathe, People celebrate Dheepothsava in the month of June for this gramadhevathe.1182114. now it is government undertaking temple

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