India Travel Guide: Famous Temples in India List

Tourists often search for famous temples in India list before they make plans of a vacation. Home of one of the oldest religion in the world Hinduism, India is filled with fantastic temples that celebrate the religion. These custodians of beliefs, customs and rituals of Hindus across the world, cross the boundaries of time, religion and communities to serve as a sanctuary for worshippers. The diversity, traditions and immense knowledge of one of the most ancient civilization of the world can be witnessed in full fledge at the astonishing temples that are located throughout the country. So which are the most architecturally beautiful temples that you just cannot miss?

 

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We bring you the top 5 temples in India from the famous temples in India list that have to be visited to be believed.

 

1. Badrinath Temple

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Located in Uttrakhand, the Badrinath Temple is one of the most important temple in Hindu mythology with it being traced back to the 6th century. One of the four Dham in the Char Dham yatra, the Badrinath temple is among the 108 temples dedicated to Lord Vishnu according to history. The temple can be visited only between April to November with theMata Murti-Ka-Mela and Badri-Kedar Festival taking place in the same period.

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2. Kedarnath Temple

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One of the most sacred temples in the world, this adobe of the mighty Lord Shiva is thronged by lakhs of pilgrims every year who make the arduous and extremely tough trek to the temple to pay their homage to Shiva. With its roots going back to the Mahabharata, built by the Pandavas, the temple holds extreme importance in Hinduism. It is one of the Chota Char Dhams of Uttarakhand and requires a walk of around 14 kms over hills to reach the temple. You can also opt for a pony ride to cover the distance.

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3. Vaishno Devi Mandir

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One of the toughest temple to reach in the country, Vaishno Devi Mandir is fully worth the time and extreme effort put in. Located at a 12km trek from Katra is located Maa Vaishno Devi’s home, located inside a cave at a height on 5200 feet. The temple does not house a statue of the goddess but three rock heads known as the Pindies. It is popular belief that only those who have been called by Maa Vaishnodevi to receive her blessings can complete the journey to her temple. You can either walk or opt for battery operated cars (these operate only half way), palki or pony ride.

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4. Siddhivinayak Temple

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Built in the 18 century, the Siddhivinayak Temple was built in honour of Lord Ganesha who is famous as the Vignaharta, the God who removes all problems and obstacles. The temple is filled year around with devotees who come to worship the great God in all its glory with Tuesday being the holiest day to seek blessings from Ganesha. The massive structure is a thing of a beauty with the main door consisting of the eight different forms of Ganesha carved inside it.

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5. Golden Temple

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The Golden Temple or the Sri Harmidar Sahib is one of the most enchanting temples in India. The jewel of Sikhism, the Golden Temple, is a majestic religious building sitting among the middle of Amrit Sarovar in full glory in Amritsar, Punjab. The beautiful gurudwara attracts millions of visitors from around the world every year who come to seek blessings of the God. The temple has more than 500kg of gold which in today’s date costs more than 140 crores. Only 24 karat gold was used in its renovation with all its coating done by artists from various parts of the country.

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We shall cover more temples from famous temples in India list in our next article.

 

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