The Thousand pillar temple is located in Hanumakonda, near Hyderabad. As the name suggests, the temple has a thousand pillars and is designed in the Kakatiya style of architecture. Built by King Rudra Deva in 1163 A.D., the temple complex also hosts a lush green garden in its front.Read More →

From ancient times, temples have been the hub of community life where all major events and festivals in an individual’s life have been celebrated. The structure and symbolism in a temple is deeply rooted in Vedic traditions. Read More →

The state of Tripura in the North East of India offers plenty of attractions to tourists in the form of rock-cut carvings, temples and palaces. Pilgrims and tourists come from all parts of the country to visit the temples which are well known for their design and sculptures.Read More →

Punjab is one of the states situated in the North Western part of India. Known as the ‘land of five rivers’ it is famous for its religious diversity. It is home to various places of historical importance and religious significance.Read More →

Manipur is one of the North Eastern states of India and is called ‘a jewel of India and Switzerland of the East’ as it is surrounded by green hills, deep valleys, cascading waterfalls and exotic blooms.Read More →

Hindu temples share certain core ideas, themes and symbols though they are of many styles adapted to different deities and regional beliefs. Their structural rules are described in various ancient treatises on architecture like Vastu Shastras and Bruhat SamhitaRead More →

Temples of Haryana

Temples of India reflect the cultural glory and history of a place. It is a sacred place which enables pilgrims to get away from the vicissitudes of life and reflect on the inner self. Propitiating the various deities, the pilgrims find peace and solace in tackling the various problemsRead More →

The state of Assam lies along the foothills of the Himalayas in the Brahmaputra valley. Its history dates back to the Vedic period. Shaktism, Shaivism and Vaishnavism flourished in the state with many temples and monuments being Read More →

Located in Udupi, Karnataka, the Sri Krishna Temple is also known as the Sri Krishna Mutt. It is believed that the lighted lamp in front of Lord Krishna, in the Sri Krishna Temple, has been incessantly burning for almost 700 years. Read More →

Nashik is a city in the western state of Maharashtra tracing its history to the epic Ramayana as it was the abode of Lord Rama during his years of exile. It is located on the banks of the River Godavari. The holy town of Trimbakeshwar, which has one of the twelve Jyotirlingas, is also located here.Read More →

A traditional Hindu temple generally has common characteristics which are at times influenced by region, mode of worship and culture. The main deity is generally placed in a Central shrine or Garbha Griha or sanctum sanctorum. Read More →

India is a land steeped with spirituality made holy by its sacred rivers. The glory of its rich historical past has been marked by a number of holy temples known for their architectural splendour and legends from mythology.Read More →

The temple is located in Samayapuram about 15 kms from Tiruchirapalli in Tamil Nadu. Trichy is well connected by roadways, railways and airways. Good numbers of government buses operate to the temple at regular intervals.Read More →