Amarnath cave situated at the Amarnath Peak has been famous since ancient times because lord...
India is worldwide popular for its rich culture and religion. This mysterious country is full of intriguing and surprising stories of historical and monumental places. Along with this, India has the most temples in the entire world. The temples are dedicated to gods of different religions. What’s most mesmerizing about it is the architecture. Yes, some of the temples are found on the highest of hills while others are in the deepest of the valleys. Given below are some of the most famous religious places in India that attract devotees in large numbers every year.
Tirumala Venkateswara Temple
The temple is of Lord Venkateswara, the richest God who is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. You will be surprised to know, every single day around 60000 devotees visits the temple.
The best time to visit it and celebrate with great pomp is from September to February. Prasadam is the most famous religious offering.
Vaishno Devi Temple
The temple is situated high up on the mountains. You need to take up a walk or trek to climb and reach the top. Once you reach the top, you not only get a chance to worship the Vaishno Devi but also have a view of beautiful scenery from the cliff.
The pilgrim site is open throughout the year but to get the most out of it, you can visit it between March and October.
It comes under the ‘Char Dhams’. The temple of Lord Jagannath is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. The crowd during ‘Rath Yatra’ will give you goosebumps.
The energy level and enthusiasm of the devotees are admirable. The best time to visit the temple is from June to March.
The temple is located in the hills of J&K. Being one of the four ‘Dhams’, every year tons of devotees visit here to express their love toward the god. The cave is present at a height of 3888 m and is away from Srinagar. There is a famous story underlying the secrets of immortality spoken by Lord Shiva to his wife. People say the story was heard by a pair of pigeons which are still alive.
The temple is situated on the Majestic Himalayan range. It is one of 108 Divya Desams which are dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple remains close for six months due to harsh weather conditions. You can visit it from April to May. Avoid going during monsoon and winter seasons.