Bhoga Nandeeshwara Temple is a Hindu temple located in Nandi village, at the base of Nandi inside the Chikkaballapur district of Karnataka state, India. It is dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva. The authentic temple in the complex, identified as one of the oldest temples of Karnataka, dates returned to the early 9th century. The earliest inscriptions relating to the development of the temple for Shiva, in step with the Archaeological Survey of India, are from Nolamba dynasty ruler Nolambadiraja and the Rashtrakuta emperor Govinda III dated c.806, and copper plates of the Bana rulers Jayateja and Dattiya of approximately c.810.
The temple became later under the patronage of successive incredible South Indian dynasties: the Ganga Dynasty, the Chola dynasty, the Hoysala Empire and the Vijayanagara Empire. In the publish medieval generation, the nearby chiefs of Chikaballapura and the rulers of the Mysore Kingdom Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan controlled the region before it ultimately got here beneath British rule after the demise of Tipu Sultan in c.1799. The architectural fashion is Dravidian. The temple is placed at a distance of 60 km from Bangalore. The temple is protected as a monument of national importance by way of the Archaeological Survey of India.