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 problems
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.
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.