Sri Kodandarama Swamy Temple


Sri Kodanda Rama Swamy Temple [Since 1987]

Challenges to India's Cultural and Religious Heritage

India is home to a rich and diverse cultural and religious heritage that is renowned worldwide. However, this heritage faces numerous challenges that threaten its survival and continuity. One of the biggest challenges is rapid urbanization and industrialization which are leading to the destruction of historical sites, temples, and other monuments. According to a report by the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH), over 90% of India’s heritage sites are in poor condition and require urgent attention. Sri Maha Vishnu Vishwaroopam Project focuses on creating a monumental statue of Lord Sri. Vishnu in the form of Vishwaroopa Narayana, which will be a significant contribution to India’s cultural and religious heritage. It will also provide a unique and meaningful experience for visitors to India who are interested in exploring its rich cultural and religious heritage.

Objectives and Phased Implementation of the Temple Project

Phased Implementation and Sustainability Focus of The Temple Project

Vishwaroopam Statue

The project focuses on completing the Vishwaroopam Statue.

Pradhakshana Parikrama

The project involves constructing the Pradhakshanam Steps.

Dhyaana Mandir

The project focuses on constructing a multi-storied complex and knowledge tower known as the Dyana Mandir.

Sri Kodandarama Swamy Temple

Sri Kodandarama Charitable Trust and Project Implementation Details

Sri Kodandarama Charitable Trust is a non-profit organization established in 2019 with the aim to carry out charitable activities in health, community development, and cultural fields. The organization is registered under the Indian Trust Act, 1882. The trust has a strong focus on cultural activities and has undertaken the Temple Project as its current project. The organization believes in transparent activities and proper utilization of funds to ensure the effective implementation of its projects. The project will be implemented in Ejipura Main Road, Ejipuram, Vivek Nagar, Bengaluru. The target beneficiaries of this project are people interested in and invested in preserving the cultural and religious heritage of India.

Address– 138/7, 20th Cross, Ejipura, Bangalore
Contact Number– +91 984 507 4415 
                                    +91 810 578 4897

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