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 →

Located at Shirdi, in the Kopargam taluk of Ahmadnagar district, Maharashtra, the Shirdi Saibaba Temple symbolizes and propagates the life and teachings of Sri Sai Baba. Sri Sai Baba spent the major part of his life at Shirdi and hence the temple is dedicated to him. Read More →

Listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Lord Pashupatinath Temple is the largest Hindu temple in the world. Lord Pashupatinath Temple is located in Deopatan, near Kathmandu and is situated on the banks of River Bagmati.Read More →

Parthasarathy temple is where Lord Venkatakrishna Swamy, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu/Krishna is worshipped. Parthasarathy is made of Partha and Sarathy meaning Sarathy or Charioteer to Partha, the other name of Arjuna.Read More →

One of the most revered pilgrimage sites in Maharashtra is the holy land of Pandharpur, which is 65km from Sholapur on the banks of the River Bhimarathi (also known as Chandrabhaga). The main centre of worship for the Hindu deity Vithoba, Read More →

Hindu temples are a link between man, deities and the Universal Godhood. Vedic traditions and the Hindu way of life are condensed in an esoteric way in the construction of the temple. Read More →

The Sripuram Lakshmi Narayani temple is located, in the village Tirumalaikodi, in Vellore, Tamilnadu. The temple is about six kms from Vellore. Several private and government run buses ply to the temple.Read More →

The city of Kolhapur (Karaveerapur as it was known in ancient times) is situated in the Western state of Maharashtra. In the Kolhapur Mahatmya and also in a number of Puranas, it is mentioned as Dakshin Kashi on account of its ancient tradition and religious influencesRead More →