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Ayyappa Seva Samgham

Ayyappa Seva Samgham

Mumbai,Maharashtra

Fortyone days of penance during the Mandalam period and the journey to Sabarimala to have darshan of Lord Ayyappa really transforms the life a devotee. That is the secret why lakhs of devotees trek to Sabarimala every year. However, all cannot reach this holy place due to circumstances beyond the Read More

Bhimakali Temple

Bhimakali Temple

Sarahan,Himachal Pradesh

The famous Bhimakali Temple in Sarahan near Shimla is also known as Bheemakali Temple of Simla, is one of the representatives of 51 Shakti Peeths in India.The wooden Bhimakali Temple is a grand specimen of hill architecture in a mix of Hindu and Buddhist styles.

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Chatarpur Temple

Chatarpur Temple

Delhi,Delhi

Chhatarpur Temple is located on Gurgaon-Mehrauli Road, in South Delhi. The temple is easily accessible by buses, autos, metro and taxis from the city. This marvelous temple is accredited for being the second largest temple of India. In fact, it was the largest temple (India) before the creation o Read More

Devi Kanaka Durga Temple

Devi Kanaka Durga Temple

Vijayawada,Andhra Pradesh

The abode of Devi Kanaka Durga temple, goddess of power, riches and benevolence, is the presiding deity of the city of Vijayawada .Kanaka Durga temple is set on the Indrakiladri hill. The deity in the Kanaka Durga temple is regarded as Swayambhu or self-manifested, hence is considered very powerf Read More

Durga Parameshwari Temple

Durga Parameshwari Temple

Mangalore,Karnataka

Katil is 80 kms from Kundapur, on the banks of the river Nandini. It has a famous temple dedicated to Durga Parameshwari. Pilgrims enter the sanctum through the Dwajasthamba Mandapa. After worshipping the silver covered flagmast, the devotees proceed to the sanctum of Devi Durga, who is a Swayamb Read More



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