Guttahalli

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Guttahalli
village
Guttahalli is located in Karnataka
Guttahalli
Guttahalli
Guttahalli is located in India
Guttahalli
Guttahalli
Location in Karnataka, India
Coordinates: 13°01′34″N 78°21′04″E / 13.026°N 78.351°E / 13.026; 78.351Coordinates: 13°01′34″N 78°21′04″E / 13.026°N 78.351°E / 13.026; 78.351
Country  India
State Karnataka
District Kolar
Government
 • Type Panchayati raj (India)
 • Body Gram panchayat
Languages
 • Official Kannada
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 563 116
Telephone code 08153
ISO 3166 code IN-KA
Vehicle registration KA
Website karnataka.gov.in

Guttahalli is a small village in the Kolar district of Karnataka state in India. It is situated about 15 kilometers from Kolar Gold Fields. It is famous for the Lakshmi-Venkateshwara temple. This place is also called Bangaru Tirupathi. The western part of venkatapura became Guttahalli. Bangaru Tirupati was modelled after the famous Venkateswara temple of Tirupati in Andhra Pradesh. The temple is known for the festival celebrated during the month of Shravan (July-August). The temple was developed by Ex-Revenue minister late M.V. Krishnappa in the year 1963-1964.

Conveners of the Temple

1 Patel Myle Gowda -Hulkur

2 Krishnappa shanbhogue - Venkatapura

3 Seshappa Hangala

4 Basi Reddy SR dinne.

5 Subbaramaiah Venkatapura

6 Patel Venkate Gowda Hulkur .

7 Doraswamy Naidu KangadlaHalli

8 Ashok Krishanappa Guttahalli

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