Shree Dwarkadhish Temple
Dwarka is one of the holiest sites in India the Char Dhams that include Badrinath, Puri and Rameshwaram. It is believed that Lord Krishna arrived here from Braj in Uttar Pradesh to build the city. The temple was established by his grandson. Temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna and holds great religious importance it is located near the Gomti River and is known for its beautiful Architecture. The major Festivals celebrated at Dwarkadhish Temple are Janmashtami, which marks the birth of Lord Krishna and other festivals like Annakoot Utsav, Tulsi vivah and Akshaya Thruthiya.
Kedarnath is a Hindu temple where Lord Shiva is worshipped. It is one of the Jyotirlinga among twelve located on the Garhwal Himalaya near the Mandakini River, Uttarakhand, India. The temple is only open for a few months of the year. The temple opens in the month of April till Mid November. The temple is closed during winter. The temple is surrounded by snow-capped peaks and offers breathtaking views of the natural beauty of the region. It is also one of the Chhota Char Dhams, along with Yamunotri, Gangotri and Badrinath.
Akkalkot Swami Samarth Maharaj Temple
Swami Samarth Maharaj Temple also known as swami of Akkalkot widely known for his spiritual figure various in various parts of India. He lived in the 19th century. Swami Samratha died in the year 1878 after that they are worshipped at Swami Math where devotees come to worship from all over India.
Shree Ranchhodraiji Temple Dakor
Shree Ranchhodraiji Temple is located in Dakor, Kheda district. This temple is also known as Dakor Temple. The temple is dedicated to Lord Ranchhodrai in the form of Lord Krishna. Dakor Temple is a pilgrimage site where Lord Krishna is worshipped and attracts a large number of devotees. Devotees visit the temple to take blessings, offer prayers, and perform various religious rituals.
Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga Temple
The Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga Temple is a Hindu temple in Maharashtra, India. It is the 12th most Shiva temple in the country. The temple is situated in the village of Verul near the famous Ellora Caves Daulatabad in Maharashtra. The place of temple was destroyed by the Delhi Sultana in the 13th-14th century AD. But the temple was reconstructed by Maratha ruler Shivaji’s grandfather, Maloju Bhisale of Verul, in the 16th century AD. As, After the fall of the Mughal Empire the structure was rebuilt by Queen Ahilyabai Holkar of Indore in the 18th century AD.
Badrinath Temple is also known as Badrinarayan Temple. A Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Located in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand, India. According to legends, Lord Vishnu meditated here while seated on a Badri tree to bless humanity. Badrinath Temple is situated on the banks of the Alaknanda River, surrounded by mountains. The temple opens from April to November, and in other months the temple remains closed due to heavy snowfall. People reach the temple by trekking or through road access.
Trimbakeshwar Jyotirling Mandir
Trimbakeshwar Jyotirlinga temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, worshipped as Trimbakeshwar, which means "Lord of the Three Worlds." Located in the town of Trimbak in the Nashik district of Maharashtra, India. It is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas. The temple is located near the origin of the holy river Godavari, which is believed to flow from the Brahmagiri Hills. It is considered to take a dip in the Godavari River before entering the temple.
Shrinathji Temple is a famous and highly revered Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Krishna located in Nathdwara, Rajasthan. It is believed that the idol of Shrinathji was originally worshipped in Mathura, but later moved to Nathdwara. The temple is considered to be one of the 84 important Vaishnavite shrines in India. Temple also follows a strict daily schedule offering multiple darshans to devotees throughout the day. The temple celebrates many festivals like Janmashtami and Annakut.
Aundha Nagnath Temple
It is a Popular Hindu temple in Hingoli, Maharashtra, India, an important place of pilgrimage. The present temple is said to have been built by the Seuna in the 13th Century. The first temple is said to be from the time of the Mahabharata and is believed to have been constructed by Yudhishthira, eldest of the Pandavas when they were expelled for 14 years from Hastinapur.
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Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)
1. How many temples are there in India?
Ans. There are more than 2 million temples in India. Some temples are popular with great significance and are mostly visited by a large number of devotees.
2. Which city has more temples in India?
Ans. The city of Ghat-Varanasi has a large number of temples dedicated to many gods.
3. Which are the 4 Dhams of Lord Krishna?
Ans. The 4 Dham of Lord Vishnu's avatar Lord Krishna are Badrinath(North), Jagannath Puri(East), Dwarka(West) and Rameshwaram(South).
4. How many Jyotirlingas are there in India?
Ans. There are 12 Jyotirlings located in several parts of India.
5. How many Shakti Peeths are there in India?
Ans. There are a total 51 Shakti Peeth in India and nearby countries. These Shakti Peeth are dedicated to Goddess Sati.
6. Where was Lord Krishna Born?
Ans. Lord Krishna was born in Mathura, Uttar Pradesh. There is a temple dedicated to the birthplace of Lord Krishna i.e., Krishna Janmabhoomi.
7. Which is the famous Rama Temple?
Ans. The famous Ram temple in India is Ram Mandir Ayodhya where Lord Rama was born.
8. How many Brahma Temples are there in India?
Ans. Brahma Devji - The God of the Universe has only one temple in India which is located in Pushkar, Rajasthan.