India the land of amazing temples, great food, and versatile culture. The continent boasts thousands of various sizes and for various religions from Buddhism to Hinduism. Asia is the place on earth to see the magnificent temples and pagodas.
Millions of tourists visit India Every year to gather pieces of information about Indian culture and Temples,If you are also this planing this year a calm religious tour, Here below we select the top 5 temples in India which offer you complete peace of mind.
5. Golden Temple :
Are your pilgrimage? Your India tour is incomplete without visiting “Golden Temple“.Golden Temple, also known as Sri Harmandir Sahib, is the holiest shrines in Sikhism. Its four doors open in four main directions to welcome all religious people. The temple was built on the values of universal brotherhood and equality. The purely gold and marble made Temple was rebuilt by Maharaja Ranjit Singh in 1830, which is located right in the heart of Amritsar and is easily reachable from any part of the city. Despite these, the temple’s architecture encircled picturesque, Sarovar and the divine lake that is believed, to reside holy water. Last but not least don’t miss the langar where thousands of pilgrims are fed regularly.
4. The Lotus Temple :
Lotus temple considers as one of the most unique buildings on earth, this lotus name for its shape. huge marble petals are used to make the form the famous symbol associated with Asia. Lotus Temple is a Bahai House of Worship. Bahai Faith is a world religion that seeks to unite all races and people under one common faith. From the existence of the temple, its shape has become a major tourist attraction of the capital city. The nine doors of the Lotus Temple open onto a central hall capacity of the central hall up to 2500 people. The Temple is designed in such a way that no external lighting is required to light up the huge prayer hall.
3. Amarnath Cave Temple :
The holy cave of Amarnath is located at an altitude of 3,888 meters in the state of Jammu and kashmir.141km from the capital city of Srinagar. It is a cave temple, which is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The cave enshrines a lingam which is naturally formed of an ice stalagmite. In summer it becomes accessible to pilgrims because the major part of the cave is covered with snow except for a short period in summer. Though it is a challenging journey to Amarnath. It is one of the most fascinating temples in India.
2. Kedarnath Temple :
The temple is also known as the protector and the destroyer,it is located at the highest altitude among the Char Dhams. The Extremely ancient, temple Kedarnath has been continually reconstructed over the years. Lord shiva seat in Kedarnath, Surrounded by the glaciers and snow-covered peaks and standing at a height of 3,583 m. the temple is closed during winters due to severe cold conditions. Even the idol of Lord Shiva is shifted to Ukhimath and worshiped there throughout the 5/6 months for which the extreme conditions prevail.
1. Dakshineswari Kali Temple :
Dakshineswari kali temple resides in the heart of every single Bengali and is highly revered for being the sanctum sanctorum of Goddess Kali along with the place-of-stay of one of the greatest mystics and yogis of all times, Ramkrishna Paramhansa and his consort and spiritual companion, Maa Sarada Devi. Dakshineswar kali Mandir build up near Kolkata on the banks of River Hoogly, Overlooking the Hooghly River and the Belur Math across, the Dakshineshwar Kali Temple stands tall with its historical association with some of the greatest names to have resided in the ‘City of Joy’, Kolkata.