A major portion of the population in Karnataka is Christians. The dominance of this religion in this state has led to the rise of a number of churches and cathedrals.
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Churches in Karnataka states some of the important and popular churches in major and minor cities in Karnataka. In Bangalore, the St. Mary's Church is one of the eminent churches. It organizes and performs elaborate masses, rituals and prayers. The Karnataka churches also arrange for confessions, marriages and other Christian ceremonies.
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Apart from the local people, many tourists throng this church. The stupendous
structure of the St. Marks Cathedral is quite impressive. It was actually built for Irish soldiers. The Greco-Roman structure of the church is commendable. The lavish interiors of the Trinity Church are noteworthy. The marvelous portico, magnificent Ionic pillars and the wooden carvings on the walls are the special features of this church.
The United Pentecostal Church and the Agape Bible Church are other astounding religious places perfect for prayers and worship in a serene atmosphere. All Saints and Infant Jesus are other major churches in Bangalore.Churches in Karnataka states that Mangalore harbors some great and splendid churches like the Saint Rozario Cathedral which features tall imposing towers, the charming Milagres Church with its artworks and paintings, and the Shanti Cathedral with its sublime beauty.
Our Lady of Sorrow church at Kodialbail has an intricate structure. There is a Catholic Church in Virajpeth and an Anglican Church in Madikeri, both located in the Kodagu district feature a unique style and simple structure. The colorful stained glass windows of the St. Mary's Church in Belgaum, the St. Philomina Church in Mysore with its tall towers and the St. Mary's Basilica in Shivajinagar are other churches deserving visits.
Bull Temple - built in the 15th century by Kempi Gowda is dedicated to Nandi, the mount of Lord Shiva. The temple has a statue of Nandi which is 15 feet tall and 20 feet broad.
St. John's Church - built in 1958, this church is an extension of a Chapel which got filled and was then transferred to St. John's Church.
Sri Guru Singh Sabha Gurudwara.
All Saints Church - built 1889 years ago to cater to the spiritual needs of the British troops.
In Mysore :
St. Batholomew's Church - built in 1830 A.D in a bunglow style without any of the Gothic elements of the church architecture of the era.
Ranganatha Temple (16 kms from Mysore) - is the largest temple in Karnataka and was found in 894 A.D by King Tirumalaiya. The temple is dedicated to Lord Ranganatha.
Keerthinarayana Temple - built in 1117 A.D. The temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and is famous for the Hoysala type of Architecture.
Keshava Temple(38 kms from Mysore, Somnath) - built around 1268 A.D this temple was built by the Holsaya dynasty and is the last major temple built during their kingdom.
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