Category Archives: Temples

RajaRani Temple of Bhubaneswar.

Bhubaneswar is called as the Temple city. Rajarani temple is one of the old temples in Bhubaneswar,which is the capital city of Orissa. It made from wonderful red and Shining gold sandstone, which is known as Rajarani and that’s way its name is ‘Raja Rani’ Temple. The Main attractions of this temple is the elaborately carved statue. This Temple is dedicated to Lord Brahma. This temple was built in eleventh century.

Famous Amrutesvara Temple of Karnataka, India

Amrutesvara Temple is one very famous and old temple of India. This beautiful temple is located in the town of Amruthapura, 67 km north of Chikmagalur town in the Chikkamagaluru district of the Indian state Karnataka. People of Karnataka fell proud for this temple.

The Amrutesvara temple was very old it was built in 1196 C.E. by Amrutheshwara Dandanayaka (lit, “commander”) under Hoysala King Veera Ballala II many other structures and temples are also made in this period. All temples are very beautiful and very fine art work on stone are produced on these temple.

The Amrutesvara temple still present and all beautiful stone arts of this temple attract people towards it. Every year thousands of people come to visit this temple which proves that this is very popular temple among visitors.

Amrutesvara Temple of Karnataka
Amrutesvara Temple of Karnataka

As Karnataka is a very beautiful state very beautiful natural places like forest, water fall and many more are present in this state and also very rich and powerful kings are ruled over on this state for thousands of years, so they was made very beautiful structures, palaces, temples and many more in this state. Some of the structures are still present and those beauties still attracts the visitors not only Indian visitors also people from all over the world.

This Amrutesvara Temple and other temples like this attracts tourist toward them and plays an important role in development of the local infrastructure and economic condition of local peoples.

Due to tourism local people directly get benefits from it and earn money in different ways from tourism. Some people works as travel guide some people work for transportation and other works and earn money for leaving.

People very much like to see the fine stone art of the Amrutesvara Temple. So these are some things about Amrutesvara Temple of Karnataka.

Famous Kalighat Temple Of West Bengal

Kalighat Temple is a very popular Hindu temple in West Bengal where Maa Kali Temple is worshiped by the peoples. Thousands of people from different parts of west Bengal and other parts of India coming to Kalighat Temple place to visit and worship maa kali.

Kalighat Temple is situated at Kolkata in the Indian state of west Bengal. People of Kolkata and other parts of west Bengal very much believe in maa kali and worship her.

Maa kali was the goddess of power so Hindu people worship maa kali for power. These are many festivals and functions call puja are organised at the Kalighat Temple.

People in all over the India like this temple and want to visit this temple in regular intervals. During some special occasions people celebrate puja with very joyful way.

Maa Kali of Kalighat Temple
Maa Kali of Kalighat Temple

Women prefer to wear white or off-white colour tussar sari with red colour border and men like to wear Dhoti. These are different festivals are celebrated in Kalighat Temple.

Mostly in west Bengal Bengali cultures people are leaving those are belongs to Hindu community, so all Hindu traditions are maintained by the Bengali people. In cloth tradition and festivals or food in all types of things Bengali people have their own style.

According to Hindu mythology goddess kali was born to kill evil and to protect peoples from evil, so people respect maa kali as protector and always worship her. Hindu community people in all over the world are present but at some times they come to visit maa kali temple and worship maa kali for better future.

Now days thousands of people from different parts of the country India and from different parts of the world coming to visit and worship maa kali at Kalighat Temple.

So these are some things about famous Kalighat Temple of West Bengal.

Pancha Bhoota Stalam

Pancha Bhoota Stalam is a popular religious place for Hindu community peoples situated at South India state Tamil Nadu. Here in Pancha Bhoota Stalam, there are five temples of Lord Shive are present those represent the five important elements of nature. The name of this religious place itself describes its story. Pancha means five, Bhoota means elements and stalam means place, so this place represents the important five elements of nature, those are: land, water, air, sky, fire. These are prime elements of nature.

Pancha Bhoota Stalam Temples of Tamil Nadu
Pancha Bhoota Stalam Temples of Tamil Nadu

Hindu community people are very religious and believe in gods very much. According to Hindu culture land, water, air, sky, fire these five elements are very pure and our body consist from it, so Hindu community people worship these elements as god. These are many gods are present in Hindu community but Lord Vishnu, Lord Brahma and Lord Shiva are the main gods of Hindu community. Here in Pancha Bhoota Stalam there are five temples of Lord Shiva represents the five elements of nature. It is very important according to Hindu culture, so thousands of people from all over the India, every year coming to visit this place and worship lord Shiva for good wealth in their life.

As thousands of people coming to this place every year to visit, so it becomes a popular tourist place in India. The local infrastructure was developed by tourist and the local people earn a good amount of money from doing various works for tourist, as like tourist guide, travel guide, transport work etc.

The local handloom and handicraft works are also promoted due to the increase of tourist. Every year many tourists are coming so handloom and handicraft workers get more consumers to sell their products that alternatively increase the handloom and handicraft industry.

So there are some things about Pancha Bhoota Stalam the famous religious place of south India.

“Siddhivinayak Temple” The Most Popular Religious Place of Mumbai

The Shree Siddhivinayak Ganapati Mandir is a very popular temple among Hindu community people, this temple dedicated to Lord Shri Ganesh. This was originally built by the Laxman Vithu and the Deubai Patil on November 19, 1801. The Shree Siddhivinayak Ganapati Mandir is one of the richest temples in Mumbai. People believe that their all wishes are fulfilled by Lord Ganesh, do many people from all over the India coming to this place to worship Lord Ganesh.

The structure of the temple and the ways in which it was decorated was very beautiful. It has a small mandap or you can say a hall with the shrine for Siddhi Vinayak Lord Ganesha, who grants your all wishes. Wooden doors to the sanctum are carved with images of the Ashtavinayak Ganesh. Ashtavinayak is the eight manifestations of Ganesha in Maharashtra. The inner roof of the Shree Siddhivinayak Ganapati Mandir is plated with gold, and the central statue is of Lord Ganesha.

Siddhivinayak Temple in Mumbai
Siddhivinayak Temple in Mumbai

All peoples i respective of religions and culture, those are coming to see Shree Siddhivinayak Ganapati Mandir and Lord Ganesh feel very happy and very unnatural experience. The spiritual environment of this Mandir gives very relaxing and happiness to the peoples those are visiting it.

The Siddhivinayak temple is very reach temple as it receives donations of around the world. Mainly Indian people are very much religious and like to donate money, food, clothes and gold in temples. As The Siddhivinayak temple is very popular temple, so people donate many things here and according to estimation 100 million (US$1.6 million) to150 million (US$2.4 million) money are collected in Siddhivinayak temple every year. So we can say that Siddhivinayak temple is the richest temple of Mumbai.

Day by day the number of believers of Siddhivinayak temple is increasing and every year millions of people are coming here to visit this temple. So these are some things about the popular Siddhivinayak temple.

Padmasini Temple of Padampur | Odisha Tourism |Travel | Places to See

At a distance of 70 Kms. from Jharsuguda, there is Hirakud reservoir on the left side of village Bhikampali.  Just at the point where the river Mahanadi leaves the than Madhya predesh and enters Orissa to pour in to the Hirakud reservoir, there was once a town called as “Padampur”.  The famous Sanskrit dramatist “Bhabahbhoti” was believed to be born here. Moreover, it is said that “Bajrajan’ Tantra marg of Buddhism took origin here.

Goddess Padmasini is the reigning deity of this town. The temple of “Padmashini’ was constructed in 7th century A.D. by a Chalukya king of South.  However the original temple had met decay and was believed to be reconstructed by the Chouhan king of Sambalpur in 16th century.  A look at the “Jagmohan’ of original temple reveals striking resemblance with architecture of the Chalukya era.

Padampur Odisha
Padampur Odisha

Even the stone statue of goddess Padmasini bears striking similarities with the style of the Chalukya period.  In the whole Orissa Padmasini Temple is a unique example of Chalukya art and architecture.  In 1956 Padampur town was submerged in Hirakud reservoir, but the deity has been shifted to a new temple at nearby ‘Pujaripali’.

Who had constructed the temple in the 7th century puzzles many historian & researchers often.

Balaram Temple, Dhenkanal, Odisha

Dhenkanal known as a religious plac beacuse of lord Shiva at Kapilash, Joranda for mahima Gadi, saptasajya and many small matha and temples. We have another place to visit which is located in Dhenkanal town. Balaram Temple(Mandira) our lord of city. People of odisha believe this as the home of Balaram and during rathayatra even ratha first pulled here then at Puri.

In Your next visit sure visit here.

Nearest places to visit: Rajmahal, IIMC and Science Centre

Balaram Temple
Balaram Temple