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  • Ram Mandir, Ayodhya Ram Mandir, Ayodhya

    Ayodhya is the place where Lord Sri Ram was born and ruled for many years (after killing Ravana). There was an existing temple built in this city, proofs of which have been found during ASI excavation. More than the physical temple and exact spot, the important point is the association of this city (town) with Lord Sri Rama, the most important incarnation of Lord Vishnu.

  • Sri Kakuleswara Swamy Temple, Srikakulam Sri Kakuleswara Swamy Temple, Srikakulam

    Srikakulam has a rich history and is the first capital of the Andhra Kingdom. The ancient Srikakuleswara Swamy temple is located on the banks of River Krishna and is considered to be the 57th of 108 Divya Desams, holiest of shrines dedicated to Lord Vishnu, by Vasihnavaites. The temple has a rich cultural and historical legacy and is one of the oldest temples in the south. Great poets like Srinatha Kavi Sarvabhoumudu, Kasuala Purushottama and Narayanatheertha, the composer of Sri Krishna Leela Tharangini praised the temple in their works. The temple is located in the mandal of Ghantasala, which is a popular Buddhist center.

  • Sri Shakteeswara Swamy Temple,Yanamadurru Sri Shakteeswara Swamy Temple,Yanamadurru

    Sri Shakteeswara Swamy Temple is Located at Yanamadurru just 5KM away from Bhimavaram.Sri Shakteeswara Swamy has been discovered by excavations many years back. During the excavations Lord Shiva Statue along with Sri Parvathi his 3 month old son Sri Subramanyeswara Swamy are found on a single platform.The Oldest name of Yanamadurru village is Yamapuri later Yamunapuram and now Yanamadurru.

  • Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Devasthanam,Dharmapuri Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Devasthanam,Dharmapuri

    Sri Lakshmi Narsimha Swamy's kshetram in Dharmapuri is one among the nava Narsimha Kshetrams in Andhra Pradesh. Prior, this place was directed by the ruler Dharma Varma henceforth the place is known as Dharmapuri. According to the chronicled foundation of the place, however this refuge existed decidedly before 850-928 BC, it was beat by the Bahumani Sultans in the year 1422-1436 and again in the seventeenth century, the asylum was patched up. In this refuge, swamywaru is cut in Shaligram shila

  • Sri Raja Rajeshwara Temple,Vemulavada Sri Raja Rajeshwara Temple,Vemulavada

    Sri Raja Rajeshwara Swamy Devasthanam ? Abode of Lord Eashwara ? at Vemulawada village of Karimangar District in Andhra Pradesh State is one of the ancient and famous Shivate temples

  • Sri Bhaktha Anjaneya Swamy Temple,Kondagattu Sri Bhaktha Anjaneya Swamy Temple,Kondagattu

    Sri Anjaneya Swamy vari Devasthanam his situated on hill calld Kondagattu Amidst of hills and forest aria at a distance 40 K.M. from Karimnagar and 16 K.M from Jagityal.The presiding deity, Sri anjaneya Swamy varu is said to be Swayambhoo as seen from the silasasana which is available on the external wall ao the main temple.It shows that parents of singam Balaiah i.e Singam Sanjeevudu and Ashamma from Kodimyal Village had Constructed a temple.

  • Shree Madanantheshwara Siddhivinayaka Temple,Kasaragod Shree Madanantheshwara Siddhivinayaka Temple,Kasaragod

    Madhur Ganapathi Temple is also known as Madur Madanantheswara Siddhi Vinayaka temple. It is one of the famous temples in North Kerala which is 8 km?s away from Kasargod town. It is located in the bank of river Madhuvahini. In front of the temple, Madhuvahini River is flowing and all other sides are surrounded by the paddy fields and coconut trees. The locality of the temple has greenery picturesque which is very natural and makes enthusiasm about the place. The main presiding deity is Lord Shiva.

  • Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple

    Shree Padmanabhaswamy Temple is located in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India . The temple is built in Dravidian style of architecture associated with the temples located in the neighboring state of Tamil Nadu, featuring high walls and a 16th-century Gopuram. While the Moolasthanam of the temple is the Ananthapuram Temple in Kasargod, architecturally to some extent, the temple is a replica of the Adikesava Perumal temple located in Kanyakumari District. It is the richest Hindu temple in the world. In fact, in terms of precious metals and precious stones, it is by far the wealthiest institution and place of worship of any kind in the recorded history of the world.

  • Ujjaini Peetham-Mahakali Devi Temple,Ujjain,Madhya Pradesh Ujjaini Peetham-Mahakali Devi Temple,Ujjain,Madhya Pradesh

    The Mahakali sanctuary is situated in Ujjain. The devi is called Hara Sidhi Mata. The Maha kali (hara sidhi mata) was the aradhana devi of The colossal King Vikramadithya. It is said that King Vikramadithya has offered his head (sirassu) by slicing it 11 times to devi and each one of those circumstances devi influenced him to live by going along with it back. The embellishment in the sanctuary is diverse every day. To finish everything, there is Parvati devi, in the inside Hara Sidhi Mata, in the base Maha Kali statues.

  • Ghati Sri Subramanya Temple, Doddaballapur, Karnataka Ghati Sri Subramanya Temple, Doddaballapur, Karnataka

    Ghati Sri Subramanya Temple is a standout amongst the most prominent sanctuaries among the hundreds that are scattered in and around Bangalore. Individuals run in thousands to this sanctuary and the directing divinity, Sri Subramanya, is especially famous with the Tamilian populace of Karnataka.

  • Instructions on how to write Raama Naamam or Likhita Japa Instructions on how to write Raama Naamam or Likhita Japa

    "Ra" is the agni beejam and "Ma" is the amrita beejam. "Ra" indicates the destroyer of ignorance in humans while "Ma" indicates the praana vaayu being nourished. Hence, the great composer, Thyagaraja Swami, a huge devotee of Lord Ram, often stressed on these beejams in his compositions.

  • Story Behind Sri Rama Navami Story Behind Sri Rama Navami

    Rama is the in-dweller in every body. He is the Source of Bliss (Atma-Rama) in every individual. His blessing, surging from that inner spring, confers peace and bliss. He is the very embodiment of Dharma, of all the codes of morality that hold mankind together in love and unity

  • Akshardham Temple, New Delhi Akshardham Temple, New Delhi

    One of the most popular and amazing tourist attractions in the Indian nation is Akshardham temple. Each element of Akshardham echoes with spirituality ?the Mandir, the Exhibitions and even the Gardens. The Akshardham mandir has over two hundred murtis, representing many of the spiritual stalwarts over many millennia. The spiritual premise of Akshardham is that each soul is potentially divine. Whether we are serving the family, the country our neighbors or all living beings the world over, each service can help one move towards divinity. Each prayer is a call towards improving oneself and moving closer to God.

  • Rishikesh - The Brahmteertha Rishikesh - The Brahmteertha

    The town of Rishikesh lies in the foothills of the Himalayas of the Garhwal region. It is the gateway to the upper Garhwal region and the starting point for the Char Dham pilgrimage (Gangotri, Yamunotri, Badrinath and Kedarnath) and an ideal destination not only for pilgrims but also for the people who are interested in adventure, medtation, yoga and other aspects of Hinduism.

  • Shree Krishna Temple, Udupi, Karnataka Shree Krishna Temple, Udupi, Karnataka

    Udupi is one of the holiest towns in the country and is one of the seven 'Mukthi Sthalams' in the state of Karnataka. Sri Madhavacharya, The great Hindu saint and proponent of the 'Dwaitha' school of philosophy has consecrated the statue of Lord Sri Krishna here. Incidentally, Udupi is also the birthplace of this great saint.

  • Sri Rama Temple, Triprayar Sri Rama Temple, Triprayar

    It is at the very heart of the region's cultural legacy. The place earned its name probably from the belief that the river on whose banks the temple is beautifully located, once used to surround the temple on three sides and hence the name Thirupuriyar which became Triprayar.

  • Kalighat Kali Temple, Kolkata Kalighat Kali Temple, Kolkata

    Kalighat is regarded as one of the 52 Shakti Peethams of India, where the various parts of Sati's body are said to have fallen, in the course of Shiva's Rudra Tandava. Kalighat represents the site where the toes of the right foot of Shakti or Sati fell. It is a very famous place and a pilgrimage for Shakta (Shiva and Durga/Kali/Shakti worshippers) followers within the Hindu religion.

  • Dev Prayag Dev Prayag

    Devprayag is a town in Pauri Garhwal district in the state of Uttarakhand, India, And is one of the Panch Prayag (five confluences) of Alaknanda River. Other than Sangam and Raghunath Ji Temple in Devprayag, one can visit nearby sacred places like Dand Naggaraj (Lord of Snakes) temple and Chandrabadni temple.

  • Sri Someswara Janardhana Swamy Temple, Bhimavaram, West Godavari, Andhra Pradesh Sri Someswara Janardhana Swamy Temple, Bhimavaram, West Godavari, Andhra Pradesh

    Sri Someswara Janardhana Swamy Devastanam is located on the banks of River Godavari at Gunupidi near Bhimavaram of West Godavari district. It is one of the famous Pancharama Kshetras in Andhra Pradesh. This place is well known for the temple 'Somarama' which is considered as one of the Five Pancharama temples.

  • About Ramatheertham About Ramatheertham

    Ramateertham (sometimes spelled as Ramatheertham) is a village panchayat in Nellimarla mandal of Vizianagaram district in Andhra Pradesh in India.It is about 12 kilometers from Vizianagaram city.Lord Rama, one of the popular deities of Hindu Mythology, is the seventh Avatar (form) of Lord Vishnu.

  • Muktheeswarar or Thilatharpanapuri or Adhi Vinayakar Temple Muktheeswarar or Thilatharpanapuri or Adhi Vinayakar Temple

    Swarnavalli sametha Mukthiswarar temple is located at Thilatharpanapuri 2.6kms from Koothanur. Koothanoor is near Poonthottam which is on Mayavaram ? Tiruvarur Road. The nearest railway station is at Poonthottam. The main deities here are Swarnavalli Thayar and Mukthiswarar. The name Thilatharpanapuri comes from two words thil meaning Gingely and tharpana is the Hindu ritual of performing pithru karmas (ritual of paying tribute to ancestors) to ones ancestors. It is also known as Sethalapathy.

  • Ashok Vatika Ashok Vatika

    Ashok Vatika was a garden in Lanka, the Kingdom of demon king, Ravana, as mentioned in the Vishnu Purana and Hindu epic, Ramayana of Valmiki, and all subsequent versions including the Ramacharitamanas written by Tulsidas, where it finds mention in the Sundar Kand. The Vatika has garden houses around it, built by Vishwakarma himself.

  • Lord Rama Lord Rama

    Ram is the 7th incarnation of Vishnu and the central figure of the Ramayana (Ramayan) epic. The Ramayan is the very soul of India. It is a complete guide to God-realization,

  • Lord Hanuman Lord Hanuman

    Hanuman is a Hindu god and an ardent devotee of Rama. He is a central character in the Hindu epic Ramayana and its various versions. He is also mentioned in several other texts, including Mahabharata, the various Puranas and some Jain texts. A vanara, Hanuman participated in Rama's war against the demon king Ravana. Several texts also present him as an incarnation of Lord Shiva. He is the son of Anjana and Kesari, and is also described as the son of Vayu, who according to several stories, played a role in his birth.

  • Arulmigu Ramanatha Swami Temple, Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu Arulmigu Ramanatha Swami Temple, Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu

    The Ramanatha swamy temple at Rameswaram is an extremely important Shiva temple and a major pilgrimage center in the country. The temple is the southernmost of the twelve ?jyothirlinga? shrines of Lord Shiva. Situated off the sethu coast of Tamil Nadu on an island, the temple is considered very holy and is compared to the Kasi Vishwanath temple.

  • Trilinga Desam or Trilinga Kshetras or Trilinga Temples Trilinga Desam or Trilinga Kshetras or Trilinga Temples

    The Etymology of Telugu is thought to have been derived from trilinga as in Trilinga Desa, "the country of the three lingas" and as per the Mythology, The Lord Shiva has been descended as Shivalingam on three sacred mountains.

  • Shocking Mythology: 15 people who were present in both Mahabharat and Ramayan! Shocking Mythology: 15 people who were present in both Mahabharat and Ramayan!

    Treta Yuga (the second Yuga), and Dwapar Yuga (the third Yuga) having huge gap of time in between them (millions of years). Still to the surprise of many, there were 15 such characters in Indian history who have been a part of both Ramayan and Mahabharat.

  • Lord Ksheera Rameswara Swamy, Palakollu, West Godavari, Andhra Pradesh Lord Ksheera Rameswara Swamy, Palakollu, West Godavari, Andhra Pradesh

    Ksheeraramam is one of the most important Shiva temples in coastal Andhra Pradesh and is one of the five Pancharama temples in the state along with Draksharamam, Bhimaramam at Samalkot, Kumararamam at Kotipalli and Amararamam at Amaravathi.

  • Kumara Rama Bhimeswara Swamy Temple, Samalkot, East Godavari, Andhra Pradesh Kumara Rama Bhimeswara Swamy Temple, Samalkot, East Godavari, Andhra Pradesh

    The Kumara Rama Bhimeswara Swamy temple is a sacred Saivite shrine and is one of the five Pancharama shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva.

  • Amareswara Swamy, Amaravathi, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh Amareswara Swamy, Amaravathi, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh

    Amaravati is one of the most important Shiva temples in the south and forms part of the "Pancharama" Framework of Shiva Temples. It is a very ancient temple and is also a major Buddhist center. Devotees can perform Abhisheka to the Lord Themselves here.

  • Bhimeswara Swamy Temple, Draksharamam,East Godavari, Andhra Pradesh Bhimeswara Swamy Temple, Draksharamam,East Godavari, Andhra Pradesh

    Draksharamam is an ancient temple and is known as Dakshina Kasi or Benares of the south. The temple is one of the five "Pancharama" Kstetras and also known as Trilinga Desa from its combination with Srisailam and Srikalahasti. This one of those rare shrines where equal importance is given to both the Lord and the Goddess.

  • Pancharama Kshetras Pancharama Kshetras

    The Pancharama Kshetras or the Pancharamas are five ancient Hindu temples of Lord Shiva situated in Andhra Pradesh. The Sivalingas at these temples are made from a single Sivalinga.

  • Sree Maha Ganapathy Temple, Kottarakkara, Kerala Sree Maha Ganapathy Temple, Kottarakkara, Kerala

    The place that we now call Maha Ganapathy temple is actually Kizhakkekara Siva Temple. The main deity is none other than Lord Siva himself Siva facing eastward. In fact Ganapathy is only a minor deity here. But the temple today is famous as a Ganapathy temple rather than a Siva temple

  • Lingaraja Temple Lingaraja Temple

    The Lingaraja Temple is one of the most famous temple in Orissa. It is one of the best and splendid architectural excellence which the artists had attained during 11th century. This temple is also known as the Bhubaneswar temple.

  • Lord Kartikeya Lord Kartikeya

    Lord Kartikeya is a Hindu god, the son of Shiva and Parvati, and is a much revered deity especially in South India.

  • Kukke Shree Subrahmanya Temple Kukke Shree Subrahmanya Temple

    Kukke Subrahmanya is on the bank of river Dhara. According to Hindu Mythology Lord Kumaraswamy came to this place after killing the demon rulers Taraka, Shoorapadmasura and others in a war; and the Lord washed his Shakthi Ayudha (a battle-ax of the type of a bayonet) in this river. From this onwards the river is famous as Kumaradhara.

  • Mahanandiswara Swamy Temple Mahanandiswara Swamy Temple

    Mahanandi is a village located east of the Nallamala Hills near Nandyal, Kurnool District, Andhra Pradesh, India. It is a picturesque village surrounded by thick forests. Within 15 km of Mahanandi, there are nine Nandi shrines known as Nava nandulu

  • Tirumala Tirupathi Devasthanams Tirumala Tirupathi Devasthanams

    Worshipping Lord Venkateshwara, also known as Lord Balaji, has been described in many ancient texts and by many scholars as the only way to attain salvation in Kalyug. The Lord here is extremely popular among the pilgrims and it is deep rooted belief that one's desires will be fulfilled after worshipping the Lord here. Lord Venkateswara is the richest God in the world and the temple is visited by thousands of pilgrims and the attendance exceeds hundreds of thousands during the Brahmotsavams and other festive occasions. The Lord here is addressed by many names and the temple is considered extremely holy.

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  • Ghati Sri Subramanya Temple, Doddaballapur, Karnataka Ghati Sri Subramanya Temple, Doddaballapur, Karnataka

    Ghati Sri Subramanya Temple is a standout amongst the most prominent sanctuaries among the hundreds that are scattered in and around Bangalore. Individuals run in thousands to this sanctuary and the directing divinity, Sri Subramanya, is especially famous with the Tamilian populace of Karnataka.

  • Sri Krishna Temple, Udupi, Karnataka Sri Krishna Temple, Udupi, Karnataka

    Sri Krishna Temple in Udupi (also known as Sri Krishna Matha ? a place where priests and monks can stay to worship and study) is a popular Hindu temple in India devoted to Lord Krishna. Historical records suggest that it was established 700-odd years ago by Sri Madhavacharya and became a well-known place of pilgrimage, attracting millions of devotees from all over India. Udupi (town) is situated approx. 100 kms from the city of Mangalore in Karnataka.

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