May took her temple visit with Hindu priests, who presented her with fruit, a flower garland and a piece of silk, to give as an offering to Lord Shiva.
When in Bengaluru, May was accompanied by a delegation of around three dozen business leaders. She also met local entrepreneurs and visited the factory of Dynamatic Technologies, which operates two facilities in Britain.
Earlier in the day, May met hundreds of children at a primary school in Bengaluru and watched a flypast organised by the Indian Air Force.
After Brexit, Britain prime minister is looking for close commercial links with India and other countries, her main purpose of the recent visit. Her drive went successful as nearly a billon euro worth deals being signed with India and that creates 1300 more jobs in UK.