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Top 10 Temples in India

India is the hub of temples. India is Devotional country. They always wants to take Blessings of god.

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Shrinathji Temple Nathdwara

Shrinathji Temple Nathdwara

Legend has it that the Shrinathji idol at the Nathdwara temple has self-manifested from the revered Govardhan mountain. It is said that when the idol was being transported from one spot to another to protect it from destruction, the chariot carrying the idol got stuck in the mud at the very spot that the temple stands today. The accompanying priests realized that the Lord himself has chosen the spot and followed the divine instruction.

The idol worshipped here is that of a seven-year-old deity. Just like a mother would have a fixed schedule for the child’s play, sleep and mealtimes, so does the temple follow a timetable for the Bal Gopal’s day. One can catch a glimpse of the Lord 8 times every day. The temple is also called Haveli (mansion), and tends to function like an actual household. The Lord has rooms dedicated to specific purposes like a room for milk (Doodhghar), a room for betel (Paanghar), a storeroom for sugar and sweetmeats (Mishrighar and Pedaghar), a storeroom for flowers (Phoolghar), a functional kitchen (Rasoighar), a jewellery chamber (Gahnaghar), a treasury (Kharcha bhandaar), a drawing room (Baithak), a gold and silver grinding wheel (Chakki), as well as and a stable for horses for the original chariot (Ashvashala).

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Shri Saibaba Temple Shirdi Maharastra

Shri Saibaba Temple Shirdi Maharastra

Sai Baba of Shirdi was a 19th-century saint that brought people from all walks of life together in brotherhood. During his time in Shirdi he performed many miracles that were witnessed by the villagers. Even though he faced a lot of opposition from the village heads, he eventually won them all over with his message of unity and love for one another.

The temple built as late as 1922 – four years after Sai Baba’s passing attracts more than 1,00,000 visitors on special days!

It is said that Sai Baba’s energy is still felt in Shirdi. People who believe in Sai Baba say that he comes to their rescue, every time, irrespective of the problem.

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Siddhivinayak Temple Mumbai Maharashtra

Siddhivinayak Temple Mumbai Maharashtra

This is one of the busiest deities in Mumbai! People from all walks of life visit this temple on a regular basis as there is a belief that the deity – Lord Siddhivinayak (Ganesha), grants all your wishes! Did you know that unlike other Ganesh idols this idol has its trunk towards the right?

Commissioned by a rich but childless Agri (a community) woman, Deubai Patil, who wanted a temple that granted children to childless women, this structure was originally less than 4 square meters in size.

The idol is carved out of a single black stone, but appears bright orange due to multiple layers of orange sindoor smeared over it. The sanctum sanctorum roof is made of pure gold with intricate carvings and is a beautiful sight!

Being one of the highest visited deity, the Shri Siddhivinayak temple is also one of the most carefully guarded temples in Mumbai. High alert security, mobile jammers, the works!

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Kashi vishwanath temple

Kashi vishwanath temple

Situated in the ancient city of Kashi, on the banks of the holy river Ganga, the Kashi Vishwanath temple is mentioned in old scriptures such as the Skanda Purana and Kashi Kanda. The temple has three domes covered with gold!

Dedicated to the Lord Shiva, this temple is as old as time itself. Despite being plundered and destroyed multiple times by invaders, the city and the temple are great examples of strength and resilience. The structure seen today, was built by the great Rani Ahilya Bai Holkar, queen of Indore. It is said that the chhatra on top of the dome is wish-fulfilling.

Revered as one of the 12 Jyotirlingas the temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva – the keeper of the city. The word Kashi comes from the word Kas, which literally means ‘to shine’. It is also believed that the Lord Himself stayed here for some time – hence the city earns a reverence among devotees.

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Jagannath Temple Puri Orissa

Jagannath Temple Puri Orissa

Even though the state of Odisha is relatively less known, the Ratha Yatra of Puri has instant recall among people of all faiths. The Jagannath temple in Puri is full of mysterious phenomena that have not found a plausible scientific explanation till date!

A dome that does not cast its shadow at any time of the day, the flag atop the dome always fluttering in a direction opposite to the breeze, the Sudarshana Chakra on the dome always facing you – irrespective of where you stand in Puri, and many more such happenings are recorded at this temple. The construction of this temple was begun by King Chodaganga and completed by King Anangabhima Deva in 1174 AD.

Legend has it that the food cooked in the temple never goes to waste – no matter what the quantity. A monumental beauty and a historical landmark, this temple attracts millions of devotees each year.

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Kalighat Kali temple Kolkata

Kalighat Kali temple Kolkata

Picture a timeless temple on the banks of the famous Hoogly River – also known as the Bhagirathi River. Over time, the Bhagirathi has moved farther away from the temple and it now stands near a smaller tributary of the main river, known as Aadi Ganga.

This is a temple that finds mention as early as the 15th century, in famous Hindu scriptures. The deity was created by two saints on instructions from the goddess herself. The temple we see today is roughly two centuries old, but the legend is as old as time itself. This is the Kalighat temple in Kolkata.

It is said that the city gets its name from the temple area – Kalighat. The idol is mesmerizing – made of touchstone, the deity has three huge eyes – the third eye vertical on her forehead and a huge protruding tongue. This splendid statue of Kali, attracts visitors in hordes. It is a spectacle to witness – the traditional wear, the fervent chanting, folk dances and prayers. It is also revered as one of the most powerful among the 51 Shakti Peethas in India.

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