Top 30 Famous Temples in India

Top 30 Famous Temples in India:


1. Badrinath Temple
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Situated near the Alaknanda River, Lord Badrinath's abode is located in Chamoli district, a small town in Badrinath (Uttarakhand). This sacred temple of Lord Vishnu is a part of the four holiest sites (Char Dham) in Hinduism. It is one of the four Chota Char Dham pilgrimage sites (comparatively minor pilgrimage sites). It is one of 108 temples dedicated to Lord Vishnu (Divya Desam), which is mentioned in the works of Tamil saints that existed from 6th to 9th century.

The ancient abode of Lord Vishnu can be visited only between April to November as the weather is too harsh for pilgrimage in the remaining months. There are two famous festivals related to the temple -

Mata Murti-ka-Mela - In which Lord Badrinath is worshiped and it is in the month of September.

Badri-Kedar Festival - lasting 8 days, it takes place in the month of June and is celebrated in both Badrinath and Kedarnath temples.


2. The Konark Sun Temple
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The Sun Temple is located in the small town of Konark, which is located in the Puri district of Odisha. This architectural marvel is dedicated to Lord Surya. And like their carriage, the temple is built in the shape of a chariot, which has twelve wheels and is shown as being pulled by seven horses.

The temple is believed to have been built by a king named Narasimhadeva in the 13th century. Like most things in India, this temple also has connections with some legends. As one of the legends, Lord Krishna was cursed, one of his own sons with leprosy. To perform penance, Samba worshiped Lord Surya (Surya) for a period of twelve years. Pleased with his devotion, Surya healed him. Samba built the Sun Temple to express his gratitude.

The beauty of the place was best expressed through these words by Rabindranath Tagore: 'Here the language of stone surpasses the language of man.'


3. Brihadeeswara Temple
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Also known as Peruvadiyar Kovil and Rajarajeshwaram, this 11th century temple was built by the Chola emperor Raja Raja Chola I. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, Brihadeeswarar Temple is the largest temple in India located in the city of Thanjavur in Tamil Nadu.

The Cholas are known for their majestic and magnificent scale structures. The grandeur and artistic proficiency of the Cholas is well reflected in the grand and magnificent architecture of the temple. Made entirely of granite stone, it was built according to the principles of Vastu Shastra and Agams.

The most notable thing related to the architecture of this UNESCO World Heritage Site is that it leaves no shadow on the ground in the afternoon. Its construction was celebrated in 2010 amidst many enthusiastic and grand cultural events.


4. Somnath Temple
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It is one of the oldest pilgrimage centers in India and finds mention in ancient books like Shivpuran, Skandapuran and Srimad Bhagavata. Som means 'Moon God', thus Somnath means 'protector of Moon God'. According to a legend, the temple to Som was built in honor of Lord Shiva as it was Shiva who cured the disease, which was inflamed on him due to his father-in-law's curse.

It is one of the 12 most revered 'Jyotirlingas' in India. The temple is located in the Prabhas region in Saurashtra (Gujarat). Prabhas Kshetra is also the area in which it is believed that Lord Krishna left his mortal body.

Another interesting thing about the place is that it is built on the shores of the Arabian Sea and between the temple and the South Pole, there is no land area in a straight line. The Somnath temple was destroyed and rebuilt several times. The place has a Somnath Museum, Junagadh Gate, beach and a sound and light show to please the pilgrims.


5. Kedarnath Temple
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Located in the Himalayan range of the Garhwal region (Uttarakhand), the Kedarnath temple is one of the most sacred Shiva temples in the world. This sacred abode of Shiva is said to have been built by the Pandavas to atone for the sins committed during their battle with the Kauravas. The temple was restored by Adi Shankaracharya in the 8th century. It is one of the Chota Char Dham in Uttarakhand and requires a pilgrimage to travel 14 kilometers on the hilly surface. One can use a pony or a brush to make the journey easier.

Surrounded by glaciers and snow-capped peaks and standing at an elevation of 3,583 meters, the temple remains closed during winters due to severe cold conditions. Even the idol of Lord Shiva was transferred to Ukhimath and worshiped there for 5/6 months, for which the peak condition was initiated.

6. Sanchi Stupa
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There is a village in Raisen district of Madhya Pradesh, which is home to several Buddhist structures built between the 3rd century BC to the 12th century BC. The most important of them all is Sanchi Stupa, also known as Mahan Stupa. A stupa is a sacred place of Buddhists, built in the shape of a dome containing the relics of the Buddha.

A UNESCO World Heritage Site - This famous pilgrimage site in India was built by the great emperor Ashoka in the third century BC. There are intricately designed gates around the stupa known as toranas, each individually symbolizing the four feelings of love, peace, courage and faith. The Great Stupa is 16 meters high and 37 meters in diameter and preserves the relics of the Buddha.


7. Ramanathaswamy (Rameshwaram) Temple
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Rameswaram or Rameswaram is a small island town in Tamil Nadu and is one of the four holiest shrines of the Hindus (Char Dham).

The reason for its sanctification is that Lord Rama along with his wife Sita first landed on their shores after defeating the demon Ravana (who was also a Brahmin). To atone for killing the Brahmin, Rama wanted to pray to Shiva. Hanuman was sent to Kailash to bring the idol of God. Meanwhile, Sita made a small lingam. One made by Sita is called Ramalingam and one brought by Hanuman is called Vishwalingam.

Vishwalingam is still worshiped before Ramalingam, as instructed by Lord Rama.

8. Vaishno Devi Mandir
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After a trek about 12 km from Katra (base camp), one reaches a sacred cave, which is the abode of Maa (mother) Vaishno Devi and is situated at a height of 5200 feet on a mountain called Trikuta. It is located near the city of Katra in Jammu and Kashmir.

Vaishno Devi is present here in the form of three rock heads, which are called Pindis instead of idols. Due to the strong faith of the people, every year millions of people come to seek the blessings of Mother Vaishno Devi. It is said that it is the mother Vaishno who decides her visitors. It is he who invites his devotees to his door. Anyone who is making a successful visit to his place of pilgrimage is there because of his desire. The temple remains open throughout the year.


9. Siddhivinayak Temple
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Located in Prabha Devi, Mumbai, Siddhivinayak Temple was built in the 18th century. Siddhivinayak or Lord Ganesha is the supreme deity of the temple and is famous for performing the puja before beginning any new work or deed. That is why he is also known as Vighnaharta (the finisher of obstacles).

The wooden doors of the temple bear eight impressions of Lord Ganapati (Ashtavinayak). Siddhivinayak Temple has one of the eight images of God. Other distinctive paintings are spread over seven temples located in Maharashtra. Devotees visit the temple on all days of the year, but Tuesday is the day when maximum number of people come to pray to God for good fortune.

10. Gangotri Temple
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The sacred origin of Ganga Maa (Mother) is worshiped in the Gangotri Temple, which is located in Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand. The Shivalinga partially submerged with the temple in the waters of Bhagirathi represents the place where Lord Shiva entangled the Ganges in his hair. Built in the 18th century, the temple is built of white granite.

The holy temple of Gangotri opens on Akshaya Tritiya (usually falls in the months of April or May). On this occasion, an idol of Ganga Ma is brought back from the Mukhyamnath temple (his winter residence), which is at a distance of 20 km. Every year on Diwali, Mother Ganga again visits the Mukhyamnath temple.

11. Golden Temple
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Sri Harmandir Sahib (also known as Darbar Sahib or Golden Temple) is the holiest place in Sikhism. The temple was built on the values ​​of universal brotherhood and equality. The four doors that open in the four cardinal directions openly welcome people of any faith or caste in search of religious and spiritual satisfaction. The structure, revered for its magnificent architecture, embodies the value of humility, is built on a lower level than the immediate surroundings.

The holy scripture of the Sikhs, the Guru Granth Sahib, was placed in Sri Harmandir Sahib after the first compilation and the first Granthi (or head priest) of this Sikh pilgrimage in India, was Baba Buddha Ji.

12. Kashi Vishwanath Temple
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Located in the ancient and sacred city of life and death, Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh), the Kashi Vishwanath Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, also known as Vishwanath or Visvesvara, which means the emperor of the universe. Varanasi city is also known as Kashi, hence this temple is called Kashi Vishwanath Temple.

The iconic temple has been visited by many great pious men like Swami Vivekananda, Adi Shankaracharya, Goswami Tulsidas and Gurunanak. The merit or blessing received by visiting the Jyotirlinga at Kashi Vishwanath is equal to the income earned from going to the rest of the 11 Jyotirlingas kept in many regions of India. A visit to the holy temple of Shiva is believed to be one of the means through which Moksha (ultimate liberation of soul) can be attained.

13. Lord Jagannath Temple
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Built in the 12th century, the Jagannath temple is located in Puri (Orissa) and is called Jagannath Puri. Dedicated to Lord Krishna, the temple is one of the four holiest places in India (Char Dham). Inside the main temple, statues of Lord Balabhadra (brother) and Goddess Subhadra (sister) are placed, along with the idol of Lord Krishna (Jagannath).

Non-Hindus cannot enter the temple premises. They can get a good view of this grand temple from the roof-top of the Raghunandan Library located right in front of the temple. The annual and world famous Rath Yatra, held in Puri, offers a chance to get a good glimpse of Lord Jagannath with Balabhadra and Subhadra riding on the chariots. Thousands and thousands of people who draw the holy chariot are enchanted.


14. Yamunotri Temple
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The Yamunotri temple was built in Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand in the 19th century and was twice damaged and rebuilt due to the damage caused by natural disasters. Dedicated to the Yamuna River, the second holiest river in India, the temple is also part of the Char Chota Char Dham sites.

Situated at an altitude of 3291 meters, the idol of Goddess Yamuna is a statue of the Goddess, which is built of black marble. The temple opens on Akshaya Tritiya and closes on Diwali. Maa Yamuna winter is known as Kharsali village. There is no motorable road in the vicinity of Yamunotri temple, so it can be reached by trekking for a few kilometers. There are many hot springs to the delight of the pilgrims around the Yamunotri temple.

15. Meenakshi Temple
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This architectural wonder is located in Madurai (Tamil Nadu) and is dedicated to Goddess Parvati (also known as Meenakshi) and her husband Lord Shiva. Madurai is the second largest city in India and one of the oldest continuously populated cities in the world.

A dip in the golden lotus tank located in the temple is considered auspicious and is usually taken before going to the main temple of God and Goddess. According to a legend, the pond was built by Shiva and is older than the temple. The temple has a hall, which has 985 pillars; Each pillar is carved separately and intricately. The 12th-century colorful temple was among the 30 nominees of the 'New Seven Wonders of the World'.

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16. Amarnath Cave Temple
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The holy cave of Amarnath is located at an elevation of 3,888 meters in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. Surrounded by snow-capped mountains, this cave is covered with layers of snow for most of the year. In the summer season, (June to August) it becomes accessible and therefore opens to receive pilgrims.

This cave is believed to be about 5000 years old. According to a popular legend, Buta Malik (a Muslim shepherd) met a holy man who gave him a bag full of coal. On reaching home, he found that coal had turned into gold. Inspired by the miracle, the shepherd went in search of the saintly man and instead found the holy abode of Lord Shiva. The pilgrimage to Amarnath consists of a 5-day trek in which devotees cross difficult and uncertain climatic conditions and walk for 40 miles (the distance from the camp-holy cave-camp).

17. Lingaraja Temple
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Lingaraja Temple is one of the oldest and largest temples of Temple City of India - Odisha. Encompassed by the distinctive architectural style of Kalinga, the temple attracts not only religious devotees but also historians.

The idol of Lingaraja usually represents Lord Shiva, but here it is a symbol of Shiva and Vishnu. The combined form of the two deities is called Harihara. A large lake called Bindu Sagar touches the temple from one side and is said to have healing powers. Non-Hindus are not allowed to enter the premises, thus they can see the magnificent structure from a platform outside the temple. Shivaratri is the main festival of the temple.


18. Tirupati Balaji
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Located in the hill town of Tirumala (Andhra Pradesh), the temple is also known as Tirumala Venkateswara Temple. The temple is dedicated to Lord Venkateswara, popularly called 'Balaji' and is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Venkateswara Tirupati Balaji is the second richest religious place, where people offer gold and gold to their God for millions of rupees every day.

The ancient temple has been visited by the rulers of several grand dynasties of southern India. The temple celebrates many festivals, the most famous of them being Brahmotsavam (also known as 'Salatakala Brahmotsavam'), which lasts for 9 days and has a large mass of devotees.

Laddu (a type of dessert), which is offered as prasadam in a pilgrimage, is famous worldwide for its unique delectable taste. As a religious ritual, people get their heads here in large numbers, not only that about 6 million US Dollars are earned through hair auction every year.

19. Kanchipuram Temples
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The city of thousands of temples - Kanchipuram (Tamil Nadu) is one of the seven sacred places in India where people can attain salvation according to Hinduism. Every temple in Kanchipuram is a fascinating specimen of architecture. Among the most prominent temples of Kanchi are 3 major ones mentioned below:

Kamakshi Amman Temple: Goddess Kamakshi is one of the manifestations of Parvati and unlike the standing pose in which we usually find her idols, the enchanted idol in the Kamakshi temple is seated in Padmasana (a yogic posture).

Ekambareswarar Temple: This temple of Lord Shiva is also the largest of all temples in Kanchipuram. The main linga of Ekambareswarar temple is made of sand and built by Goddess Parvati.

Varadaraja Perumal Temple: It is one of the 108 temples of Vishnu (Divya Desam). Along with this temple, the temples of Kamakshi and Ekambareswar are collectively called Mumurtivasam (house of three).

20. Khajuraho Temple
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Khajuraho is a city in the state of Madhya Pradesh, with several temples built between the 10th and 12th centuries. The monuments of this city spread over an area of ​​20 sq km have been recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. The temples are made of sandstone and are dedicated to the deities of Hindus and Jains.

The temples are world famous for erotic cravings, which can be seen along with other cravings depicting the activities of regular life. It is believed that there were more than 75 temples in this area, but about 20 exist at present. The temples are divided into three regions - Eastern, Western and Southern. The most famous temples in the western region are; The largest temple of Khajuraho, Kandaria Mahadev Temple, comes under this region.

An annual Khajuraho dance festival celebrating India's classical dance forms is held in the first week of February against the backdrop of the Chitragupta or Vishwanath temple.

21. Virupaksha Temple
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Built in the 7th century, the temple is famous for being a functioning temple since it came into existence. Located in Hampi village, it is one of the most famous temples in various other temples in Hampi. All heritage sites in Hampi have been recognized by UNESCO.

Virupaksha Temple, a temple of Shiva, is a very important religious and tourist destination. The pilgrimage site has expanded extensively over a period of time. Shiva as Virupaksha is the union of the local goddess Pampa and hence this temple is also called Pampapati temple. Many festivals celebrate the engagement and marriage of the couple in the temple.

22. Akshardham Temple
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Built on the principles of Vastu Shastra and Pancharatra Shastra, this temple is situated on the banks of Yamuna in Delhi. The Indian-form of the temple is reflected in the similarity with ancient Indian architecture and the spirituality of that place. Lord Swaminarayan, the main deity of the Swaminarayan faith, is the central figure of Akshardham. His 11 feet high statue is under the central dome of the temple.

The structure is constructed from Rajasthani pink stone and Italian Karara marble. The magnificent temple of Akshardham looks more stunning with its beautiful set of lights arranged at night. There are various ways of exhibitions, films, sculptures and boat rides through which visitors are informed about the history and philosophy of the Swaminarayan sect and its founder. The evening's Light and Music Show is the most attractive element of the temple.

23. Shri Digambar Jain Lal Mandir
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Built in 1656 during the reign of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, the Shri Digambar Jain Lal Mandir is the oldest Jain temple in Delhi. Built in honor of the 23rd Tirthankara, Parshvanath, the temple is built in red sandstone.

Just opposite the Red Fort, the temple has a charitable bird hospital, with separate wards for different species, research laboratory and intensive care unit. This hospital came into existence in 1956 and defines one of the core principles of Jainism, which states that all living beings (no matter how small or insignificant) have the right to freedom.


24. Gomateshwara Temple
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Located in the city of Shravanabelagola in Karnataka, the Gomateshwara Temple is dedicated to Lord Bahubali, also known as Gomateshwara. Built in the 10th century, it is one of the most important pilgrimage places for Jains. The statue creates fear among people all over the world due to its unique structure. Standing at a huge height of 58.8 feet, the statue is carved out of a single granite rock. This monolithic structure is at such a great height without any external support. Inscriptions written in three different languages ​​- Marathi, Kannada and Tamil - have been found based on the statue of Bahubali.

The most important event occurs after every 12 years in the temple. It is called Mahamastakabhisheka and is a very important festival for Jains. In which Lord Bahubali is bathed and smelled with many things like saffron paste, sugarcane, turmeric, milk and vermilion and offered various precious stones and coins (like gold and silver).

25. Ranakpur Temple
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Ranakpur is a village in Pali district of Rajasthan and lies between Udaipur and Jodhpur. One of the very famous pilgrimage sites in India, the majestic 15th century Jain temple is dedicated to Lord Adinath. It is counted among the 5 major holy places of Jains.

The amazing architecture of the temple structure made it included in the list of 77 nominees at the time of determination of the new seven wonders of the world. Constructed entirely of light-colored marble, the great structure is well supported with the help of about 1400 superbly carved columns. The temple uses the natural light of the sun as the only means of illumination.

26. Shirdi Sai Baba Temple
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Sai Baba's holy temple was built in 1922 in the city of Shirdi in Maharashtra. Located about 296 km from Mumbai, the small town of Shirdi has gained fame due to its association with Sri Sai Baba.

Spread over an area of ​​200 square kilometers, this temple was built above the tomb of Sai Baba. Every day around 25,000 devotees come to see Baba and on festivals this figure comes in millions. Ramnavami, Guru Poornima and Vijayadashami are the major festivals celebrated with great enthusiasm and passion. Sai Baba's doctrines (such as love, charity, forgiveness) extend from the land of Shirdi, which has been sanctified by the Holy Spirit.

27. Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple
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Thiruvananthapuram, the capital city of Kerala is the place where Lord Padmanabhaswamy, one of the 108 Divya Desam (holy place of Lord Vishnu) is located. Sri Padmanabhaswamy Temple can only be visited by Hindus. There is a strict dress code when entering the temple for men (dhoti without any kind of shirt) and women (saree or skirt and blouse).

The grand and magnificent idol of Lord Vishnu rests on a 5 hooded serpent named Anant. The idol of God is very attractive because it represents the highest trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh (or Shiva). A lotus is seen from the navel of the statue of God, on top of which Lord Brahma (protector) is seated. That is why Vishnu (creator) is also called Padmanabha, that is, lotus-navel. Under the right palm of the outstretched hand of Padmanabha is a Shiva Linga (exterminator), who fulfills the three powers in one.


28. Dwarkadhish Temple
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Dwarkadhish Temple is the holy abode of Lord Krishna located in Dwarka city (Gujarat). Also known as Jagat Mandir, the temple has two doors for the entry and exit of pilgrims. The entrance gate is called Swarga Dwar (the gate of heaven) and the exit gate is called Moksha Dwar (gate of liberation).

A part of the Char Dham pilgrimage, the 5-storey structure of the temple stands with the support of 72 pillars. Situated on the banks of river Gomti, this temple reaches a height of 51.8 meters and has to take a flight of 56 stairs to reach the heaven gate. Inside the shrine, the Lord dazzles his devotees through his image built in black stone and reaches 2.25 feet.


29. Laxminarayan Temple
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Inaugurated by Mahatma Gandhi in 1939, the temple was built by industrialist Baldev Das Birla in Delhi and can be seen by people of all castes and creeds. Lakshminarayana is a form of Lord Vishnu (Narayana) when he is with Goddess Lakshmi (his wife).

The primary pilgrimage site is dedicated to Lakshminarayana, other small temples are dedicated to other deities like Shiva, Hanuman, Krishna, Ganesha and Buddha. Spread over an area of ​​7.5 acres, this temple is one of the tourist attractions of Delhi and it has a huge garden, fountains and a large hall called Geeta Bhawan to give discourse, besides the holy shrines.


30. Iskcon Temple
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Also known as Krishna Balarama Temple, ISKCON (International Society for Krishna Consciousness) was built in the year 1975. Located in the holy land of Vrindavan (Mathura, Uttar Pradesh), which is believed to be the abode of Lord Krishna. His young age, the ISKCON temple is well known for cleanliness and the worship he maintains. The mantras of ‘Krishna Hare Krishna’ in the temple resonate at all hours of the day.

The temple belongs to the Gaudiya Vaishnava sect of Hinduism, which was founded by Chaitanya Mahaprabhu in the 16th century. Inside the temple are statues of Krishna, Radha, Balarama along with statues of Chaitanya Mahaprabhu and Swami Prabhupada (founder of ISKCON).

To understand India in its various regions, one can start with its temples, that is, start pilgrimage holiday packages in India and start learning that binds its diverse population and start solving the tricky phenomenon called India Does. Mahatma Gandhi said that the essence of all religions is one; Only their perspectives differ. Similarly, from various temples in India, one can feel the essence of the esoteric land of India.

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