9) Kadu Malleshwara Temple at Malleswaram, 10) Kote Venkataramana Temple (1690) adjoining Tipu Sultan's Palace, Kasi Vishveshwara temple (1840) in Balepete and 11) Bennekrishna temple at Tulasi Thota, 11) Mookambika Temple in Mahalakshmi Layout famous for its oracular powers and 12) the ISKCON Temple Bangalore temple in Mahalakshmi Layout.Many temples have been built by ordinary citizens and are also patronised by certain communities such as the Devanga, Golla, Besta (fisherfolk), Uppara, Goniga, Kshaurika (barber), Nagartha, Ganiga (oilfolk), Vishwakarma, and so forth.
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Anglo-Indians also form a substantial group within the city.
The thousand and odd number of Hindu temples in Bengaluru mirrors the majority population of the city whose earliest traditional Hindu temple is traced to the Domlur Chokkanatha temple of the Chola dynasty period (10th century).
In the 16th century, Kempe Gowdas added grandeur to the temple by building the frontage to the cave temple with Gopuras (towers), large tridents, discs known as Suryapana and Chandrapana representing the Sun and the Moon, a damaru (drum) and two fans (all pictured in the gallery).
Another interesting astronomical feature which attracts thousands of devotes to the temple on Makar Sankranti day in January is of sun rays passing between the horns of the Nandi (bull), located outside at the entrance to the temple, which lights the idol of Shiva inside the cave.