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Brahma Temple

Brahma Temple

Pushkar,Rajasthan

Brahma Temple is the most important of all the temples at Pushkar and one of the very few Brahma temples in existence in India. This is curious as Brahma is one of the Hindu Trinity along with Vishnu and Shiva and there are numerous temples dedicated to the latter two all over India. These are se Read More

Brajeshwari Devi temple

Brajeshwari Devi Temple

Kangra,Himachal Pradesh

The Brajeshwari Devi temple kangara,located in the old Kangra township, is said to have been built over the charred breasts of Sati. Once renowned for it's great wealth, over the ages it has been plundered relentlessly.

The first of the plunderers was Mahmud of Ghazni, who looted it in 10 Read More

Chamunda Devi Temple

Chamunda Devi Temple

Dharamshala,Himachal Pradesh

Overlooking the mighty Dhauldhar ranges, the Chamunda Devi Temple is situated on the bank of river Ban Ganga, at 1000m above sea-level. Located at about 15 kms from Dharamshala, this ancient temple is 700 years old. Also known as Chamunda Nandikeshwar Dham; this sacred temple is an abode of Lord Read More

Chandi Devi

Chandi Devi

Haridwar,Uttarakhand

Located atop Neel Parvat, Chandidevi temple is one of the most ancient temples of north India. This is a Sidhapeeth (holy places where ones wishes are fulfilled). Chandidevi alongwith Mansadevi and Mayadevi temple form a Siddhapeeth triangle in the holy city of Hardwar. The main deity is said to Read More

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

Chintaman Ganesh

Chintaman Ganesh

Ujjain,Madhya Pradesh

Chintanman ganesh temple is highly revered and one of the most visited shrines of Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh. Chintamani Ganesha Mandir is wholly made out in stone. It is believed that the temple was built during the reign of Paramaras in Madhya Pradesh (Malwa).

Chintanman ganesh temple is Read More

Chintpurni temple

Chintpurni Temple

Kangra,Himachal Pradesh

The Chintpurni temple stands on the spot where the charred feet of Sati fell. Her feet are symbolised by the 'pindi' or the stone hall. The Chintpurni 'mantra' is very popular with devotees. Chintapurni temple dedicated to Mata Chintpurni Devi is located in a village chintpurni in District Una, H Read More

Eklingji Temple

Eklingji Temple

Eklingji,Rajasthan

Eklingji (lord Shiva) temple is said to be the guardian deity of Mewar. This deity was regarded as the virtual ruler, by the Maharajas of Mewar - who considered themselves to be regents (Dewans) under Eklingji.

Ekligji (Kailashpuri) is a town situated in a beautiful valley and it attracts Read More

Gangotri Temple

Gangotri Temple

Gangotri,Uttarakhand

The Gangotri Temple is dedicated to the goddess Ganga. It is erected near a sacred stone, called Bhagiratha Shila, which is about 50 feet to the left of the temple. King Bhagiratha is said to have sat here to worship Siva, so Lord Siva would take the Ganges on his head. Soon after arti to the dei Read More

Gokul Temples

Gokul Temples

Mathura,Uttar Pradesh

Gokula is where Krishna lived until He was seven years old. The pastimes of Damodar, the stealing of butter, and other childhood pastimes took place here. There are small mud and straw temples on the side of the hill that mark the places where sri Krishna killed the demons Putana, Trinavarta, and Read More

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