The Nimishambha temples are very famous among the Shivarathri ardent followers plus admirers because it is strongly believed that within a minute all the problems of the ardent followers plus admirers are solved after praying at these temples.
The primary Sri Nimishamba shrine is situated on the bank of the River Cauvery at its Sangam, nearly 2 kms from Srirangampattanam, in Mysore district, in Karnataka in South India. This shrine was built by Raja Wadiyar I (1610-38 A.D.).
Nimishambha shrine is situated near Raja Rajeshwari Nagar, Bangalore. Every year, this shrine is built in traditional Parashurama Kshetra Architectural Style. A special puja is conducted at this shrine on every full moon day. “Nimishamba jayanthi” festival is conducted by Sri Somavamsha Arya Kshtriyas members and devotees. It is celebrated on Vaishaka Shuddha Dasami. This festival is also known as “Vasavamba jayanthi” conducted by arya vysas.
In south Indian style, this shrine was built just two decades ago. The main shrines of this shrine are Venkateshwara Padmavathi, Nimishamba Devi, Vinayaka, Lord Shiva, Aiyyappa and Subramanya. Every month on the day Amavasya, Amavasya Homa is performed for the devotees.
Nimishambha shrine is situated at OTC Road, Cottonpet (Near Majestic), Bangalore. This shrine was built by committee members of Shri Somavamsha Arya Kshatriya whose kula matha is Shri Nimishamba Devi and by large number of local devotees.
The main shrines of this shrine are Devi Nimishamba, Lakshmi Narayana, Saraswathi, Siddhi Vinayaka and Lord Shiva. In this shrine in a specially designed Yagna Shala, Chandika Homa is performed daily.
Nitya Annadana is also conducted at this temple. With the assistance of the ardent followers plus admirers of Shri Nimishamba, this shrine was built a few decades ago.