Saturday, December 11, 2010

Temples In India

India is a vast country, a land of Gods and wonderful Temples historically referred to the territory bounded by the Hindu Kush and the Himalayas often known as 'Dev Bhumi' or the abode of Gods. Every where all over India is heavily steeped in mythology, and every art and architecture has its own importance. . If there is anything great in Indian culture,
then it is surely the temples of ancient time.

There is hardly any city, any town or any village in the India that does not have temples. Infact Bhubaneshwar an Indian State Capital of Orissa is known as the temple city of India. In India right from the magnificent Himalayas in the north side, to the splendid bottom Kanyakumari in the south side, India is dotted with thousands of temples and shrines. Revered by devotees throughout the country as well as abroad, some of these temples date back to hundreds of years.

These are some temple name from all over India which is given below:

Ajanta Cave Temples
Akshardham Temple
Ambadevi Temple
Badrinath Temple
Binsar Mahadev
Birla Mandir
Brahma Temple
Brihadeswara Temple
Budhist Temple Sarnath
Chattarpur Mandir
Chidambaram Temple
Dilwara Jain Temples
Dwarkadheesh Temple
Eklingji Temple
Gauri Shankar Temple
Golden Temple
Hanuman Mandir
Iskcon Temple
Jagannath Temple
Kali Bari Mandiri
Kalkaji Temple
Kamakhya Temple
Kanyakumari Temple
Kashi Vishwanath Temple
Kedarnath Temple
Khajuraho Temples
Konark Sun Temple
Lingaraj Temple
Lotus Temple
Madhukeshwara Temple
Mahabaleshwar Temple
Mahabalipuram Rathas
Mansa Devi Temple
Meenakshi Temple
Mukteshwar Temple
Naina Devi Temple
Pattabhirama Temple
Pushkar Temples
Rajarani Temple
Ramachandi Temple
Rameshwaram Temple
Ranakpur Jain Temples
Sheetla Devi Temple
Shirdi Sai Baba Temple
Siddhivinayak Temple
Somnath Temple
Sri Devaki Krishna Temple
Sri Digambar Jain Mandir
Swamimalai Temple
Thanjavur Temple
Tirupati Temples
Tulsi Manas Temple
Ugratara Temple
Umananda Temple
Walkeshwar Temple

More coming up, so stay tuned.......

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