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This international organization that has built temple dedicated to Lord Krishna, an avatar of Vishnu, has dedicated itself in preaching and spreading awareness about teaching of the god. Like several ISKCON temples, even here there are idols of Gods such as Krishna, Balaram, Gaura Nithai, Subhadra and Jagannath. The teachings of the temple is based of the 2 most significant and holy Hindu books, Bhagavad Gita and Srimad Bhagavatam, focusing its teachings on spiritual knowledge and techniq...
Dedicated to Lord Ganesha, the temple was built as a gesture of honor after the Lord succeeded in taking away the Atmalinga from Ravana. As a ritual, devotees usually visit this temple first before moving to the Mahabaleshwar Temple. Entry
Free Timing
5:00 AM - 12:00 PM and 4:00 PM - 9:00 PM (all days). Visit duration
1 hour. Address
Near Mahabaleshwar Temple, Gokarna, Uttra Kannada, Karnataka-581326.
Built in the 15th century, it is one of the most magnificent and amazing structures of the country. Dedicated to Vittala, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, it is declared and protected as a world heritage structure. The temple is a classic example of the architectural prowess our past rulers had. The main attraction of this temple is a suite of pillars that are carved out of a single stone. Upon tapping, each pillar produces different musical tone! …………. Truly amazing. The carvings on the te...
Dedicated to Lord Surya, Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva, it is built by a Kakatiya King named Rudra Dev in 1163. The shrine is renowned for its 1000 beautifully carved pillars and the architectural skills here are hugely commended. The pillars are installed in such a fashion that no pillar at any point obstructs the view of another temple. This star shaped temple has many shrines and Shiva Lingams   Entry Fee: Free Timings During Day Address Brahmanawada, Hanamkonda, Andhra Pra...
This is the holiest pilgrim center of the Sikh community and also the prominent Sikh Gurdwara. Though Guru Ram Das Ji, the fourth Sikh Guru began the construction in 1585 AD, it was completed by his successor Guru Arjan Dev Ji in 1604. The Gurudwara is considered as an architectural wonder as it showcases a magnificent blend of Hindu and Muslim styles of architecture. Fondly known as “Swarn Mandir”, this two storied structure is decorated with around 400 kg of gold and marbles giving the ...
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The city of Madurai is defined by this temple alone; so much so that the two are practically synonyms. The temple whose main deity is Goddess Parvati, wife of Lord Shiva, was nominated in the top 30 monuments in the race to one of the ‘Seven Wonders of the World’. Apparently this temple has been existed since the ancient times. It is believed to be founded by Indra, King of Devas and later built by Chadayavarman Sundara Pandyan in 12th century. The oldest of the ten ‘gopurams’ was created...
This is one of the most famous shrines of India. It is dedicated to the Sai Baba of Shirdi, an Indian guru, yogi, and fakir who is venerated all over the globe as a saint. Devotees and tourists alike in thousands visit the temple. There are facilities such as Darshan Lane, Dining Hall (Lunch and Dinner), Donation Counters, Prasad Counters, Canteen, Railway Reservation Counter and Book Stall among others. Accommodation facility to the needy is also available. It is also one of the few temp...
This ancient temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and the myth is Lord Rama paid his respects to the temple here before waging the war against Ravana. Initially it was built on sea shore during the 7th century by the Pallavas and then allegedly destroyed by the Portuguese in the 16th century to construct the Santhome Church. Several years later it was rebuilt by the Vijayanagara Kings at its current location. This temple of typical Dravidian style architecture has a magnificent 120 feet ‘gop...
Considered as the richest in the world, it is believed that this temple of Lord Vishnu was built on the first day of Kali Yuga (over 5000 year ago). Even ‘Puranas’ mention about this famous shrine and the myth is, Lord Balarama had visited this place during his ‘teerthyatra’. The idol here is 18 feet long and reclined on ‘Anantha’, a five headed serpent. It could be viewed from three doors. Other major attractions include musical pillars, a golden mandap, a 500 pillared corridor and murals. ...
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The temple is dedicated to Lord Narasimha Swami, an avatar of Lord Vishnu. It has its ceilings covered with depiction of scenes from the epic Ramayana and murals (wall paintings) from the Bhagavata.   Entry Fee: Free Timings During The Day Address Kadiri,Ananthapur,andhrapradesh  
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