Incredible Indian Temples

Incredible Indian Temples:-

·        The Bhojpur Temple:-

Bhojpur is located on the betwa waterway, twenty eight kilo meter from the bhopal which is located in the Madhya Pradesh and it is the capital of Madhya Pradesh. The place is to be found on stonework crest archetypal of middle India, after that to a bottomless gap from side to side where the river floods. There are 2 big dam, make of huge gravel, were construct in the eleventh century to redirect and lump the river so form a huge lake. The estimated mass of the lake is exposed in the place. There is a huge shivling found. At the time of shivratri thousands of the peoples come here to see the lord shiva, here so many monkey you can see.

 Different rocks are found here of giant sizes of the 20th century.various type of circles design you can see on the rock. You can see the flow of betwa river which is the part of the beauty of nature. Shivratri is the festival of the year, on this day the people drop down the milk, the flowers on the shivling .There are too many ways through which you can see that the whole bhojpur is surrounding by the river betwa. Across the temple of bhojpur shiv temple, another temple of devi parvati you can see. There are too many different shaped rocks were placed on the ground. You can look on the pillar of the open shiv temple, these pillars are composed of single part of the rock. Even the pillars look beautiful. In this temple, there is the no need to paint because just like taj mahal it is also fully made of the stones but the massive rock. This temple is look like a mahal. In the center of the temple of lord shiva, you can look a huge hole in the upside of shivling. This whole hole looks like a cap which is placed on the temple of the lord shiva.

·        The Salkanpur Temple:-

It is in sihore district near budni. It is the north of vindhyas in the central part of malwa.It is situated above 2100 feet from ground. It is the temple of goddess devi parvati . you can see the beauty of nature. It is thought that the lord shiva save her from blazing then one of her body part fell in that place called salkanpur.

There are too many different myth,mythologies and the many different types of thoughts. Lot of wishes of the people complete here. This is the amazing pilgrimage of the hindu peoples in the India. The poor and the rich, nobleman ,various saints and the different people find solace in the salakanpur. There are six district surround the salkanpur e.g. Bhopal(it is nearly 70 km from Bhopal),the raisen,the hoshangabad, the dewas,the shajapur and the rajgarh.

·        The Golden Temple Of Punjab:-

There are many temple in India made up of gold and the durbar sahib of Punjab in India is one of the best gold temple. Harmindar sahib is also known as abode of god or the durbar sahib is the temple of Sikh, is a Sikh gurudwara in the Amritsar, Punjab.  It was built in the 16th century and made by the Sikh guru arjun in 1604.

There are total 4 doors in this temple & each of them show their ancient history. There are different designs on the door and each design has another design in its own. It is also the heart of India and made up of the gold. It is the most essential gurudwara or the temple of the sikh. All the Sikh of the whole world came here from USA, Australia, Japan, Italy, new Zealand, brazil , Russia and many more of the different country’s citizen see the gurudwara and do the worship of their lord. In the 2nd week of the April the festival vaisakhi celebrated in this golden temple. On the second week of the April the Sikh people celebrate the khalsa. You can the many art work in this temple. There are different art work of the 16th century is found and they also make the temple beautiful. Operation blue star on 3 June 1984 start date and that end on the 6 June 1984. In this operation,Indian army general kuldeep singh brar get the tank in the golden temple. 1000’s of Sikh arrested. Operation blue star operated here.

·        Tirumala Venkateshwara Temple/Balaji Temple :-

It is called as the temple of the seven hills. It is one of the oldest temple of India which is situated in tirumala in tirupati in the region of Andhra Pradesh is the vedic temple of the hindus. It is 853 m above the sea level. It consists of the seven peaks so also called the seshachalam. Temple is on the peak venkatadri. It is one of the richest temple of the India after the kerela templeshri padhbha nabha swami.

It is the oldest golden temple of the lord Vishnu who is also known by the other names like balaji, srinivasa and the govinda. It is one of the best temples in the art work also. You can see the art work in their each door, in each window and in each wall. Every wall is composed of the design bricks. Each brick of this temple said a story of their time and their design work show the talent of India. Many people around the world come here to see the lord Vishnu or balaji and they worship their god. There are too many pundit are present here to do the worship.

They make food to the lord Vishnu four times in a day and they worship 4 times in a day. All the people want to see the lord Vishnu. There are too many different lords’ statues you can see here. There is a lot of nature’s beauty you can see here. The sky from the huge rocks is amazing. You feel like the sky and the rock becomes one with unite together. This is the one of the most beautiful temple of India.

·        Konark Sun Temple:-

Konark sun temple in situated in the Orissa, is a temple of 13th century also called as a black pagodas. It was made by the king narsinhadeva who belong to the eastern dynasty which is a period of around 1250. There are too many designs you can see on their walls. In the walls there are many wheels made up of 8 stones and the pillars are look like a door, this temple is considered as the UNESCO world heritage site. It is also proposed under the seven wonders of India by the times of India and also the NDTV’s 7 wonders of the India. Here you can feel that you are in the 13th century period of time.

Architecture of konark sun temple was built at the mouth of the river chandrabhaga. The temple also contain the large ornaments of the god sun.there are 12 different pair of the carved stones in the wheel.

These carved stones are of 4-5 m in the size and you can see the 14 horses in the 7 pairs. This is the amazing experience to look the art work of the 13th century. The temple designs and the art work of the temple is look like the art work of the kalinga period.

The temple’s name is the konark sun temple i.e. the temple of sun. The specialty of the konark sun temple is that the first ray of the sun strike on this temple when it rise. The whole walls, windows and all the things made up of the khondalite rocks. The rabindranath tagore said about the konark sun temple that the language of the stones surpasses the languages of the man. Here you can also view the museum of the konark archeological art. The museum is about 30m long, and is still place. You can see he large dining hall which is also known as bhoga mandapa and the dance hall is called as the nata mandira. The museum is managed by the archeological survey of the India. According to the holy book the bhavishya puran and the samba puran, there were the 3 sun temples in the 9th century or the before. The 3 sun temples are the mundira(which is konark today), kalapriya of Mathura and the multan. There is an attractive long standing statue of the lord sun, the carving of the temple is the best viewed from the south west region of the konark sun temple. There are only 3 temples of the god sun in the India in which the konark is one of them.

·        The Ratangarh Temple:-

The ratangarh temple is situated in the datia district of the Madhya Pradesh and the village is located 60 km from the datia town. There are thousands of the people came here in the navratri festival. There are too many people walk to the village from their city to worship the durga devi.

The temple consist of the 2 huge hall in which hundreds of the people can stand in a single time. The prophet of the temple workship the devi durga the 3 times in a day. The durga devi wear the 7 different color dresses from the Monday to the Sunday. In the Monday, the durga devi wear a white colored dress, on the Tuesday they wear the yellow dress, on the Wednesday they wear the pink color dress, on the Thursday they wear a green color dress, on the Friday they wear a red color and on the Saturday and Sunday they wear orange and white respectively. It is also known as the mandula devi temple. The temple is the oldest temple of the village.

·        Mehendipur Balaji Hanuman Temple:-

Mehendipur balaji temple is situated in the Rajasthan state of India. It is the temple of the lord hanuman.


There are too many different names of the lord hanuman. In the childhood of the hanuman their name in the Hindi and the Sanskrit is bala and so called the balaji. Also the balaji is the name of the lord Krishna.

There are different types of evil effected people came here to solace and there are too many foreign come to see the temple. It is 3 km from the Jaipur Agra highway, there is the turn called the balaji mod situated where you can easily drive through the vehicles. Many years ago, there was not any path of transport way available to the temple. Now a day, you can go to the temple through your own vehicle or the bus.

·        Salasar Balaji Temple:-

Salasar balaji temple is also situated in the Rajasthan and the another temple of the lord hanuman after the mehendipur is in the churu district of is situated in the middle of the salasar. There are 2 festivals celebrated in that place the first one is the chaitra purnima and the another one is the ashwin pornima.on the day of purnima thousands of the people come here to give the homage to the god hanuman. The lord hanuman salasar balaji temple is the center of faith, miracles and the peoples wish completed here.

The rani khet temple and the khatushyamji temple are near the salasar balaji where the both of the temple located close to each other. it is considered as the shakti sthal by the devotees. There are too many tie coconut given to the god hanuman. The savamani is the food given to the lord by the devotees. The savamani term derived from the word sava which means the one and the quarter and the mun is the mass of the weight. So the savamani is the food of the 50kg weight given by the devotees to their deity.

The legacy: - some of the great religious leaders claims that they have seen the lord hanuman in which the first name is of madhavacharya of 13 century and the another one is the author of the holy book the Ramayana at the period of 16th century- the tulsidas, the Samarth ramdas who belong to the 17 century and the raghvendra swami of 17th century and the most recent the swami ramdas of the 20th century.

अमलकमलवर्णं प्रज्ज्वलत्पावकाक्षं सरसिजनिभवक्त्रं सर्वदा सुप्रसन्नम् |
पटुतरघनगात्रं कुण्डलालङ्कृताङ्गं रणजयकरवालं वानरेशं नमामि ||
यत्र यत्र रघुनाथकीर्तनं तत्र तत्र कृतमस्तकाञ्जलिम्
बाष्पवारिपरिपूर्णलोचनं मारुतिं नमत राक्षसान्तकम्
yatra yatra raghunāthakīrtanaṃ tatra tatra kṛta mastakāñjalim
bāṣpavāriparipūrṇalocanaṃ mārutiṃ namata rākṣasāntakam

Bow down to Hanumān, who is the slayer of demons, and who is present with head bowed and eyes full of flowing tears wherever the fame of Rāma is sung. In the Ramayana the special section dedicated with the worship of the hanuman.


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