India is the country where people have immense faith in God and His powers to cure human beings of all their problems and ailments. The country boasts of a rich cultural heritage, which is truly reflected in its well-preserved temples that reflect superb architectural skills and hold deep religious significance. Temples belonging to different religions in the world, such as Hinduism, Jainism and Zoroastrianism, co-exist peacefully here. Indian temples serve as the haven of peace, solace and tranquility, in the middle of the world that is getting full of greed, jealousy, hatred, etc.
These temples present the perfect example of religious and communal
harmony, since they are visited by people belonging to all religions,
sects, castes, creeds, etc. There is hardly any city, any town or any
village in the country that does not have temples. Infact, right from
the magnificent Himalayas in the north, to the splendid Kanyakumari in
the south, India is dotted with thousands of temples and shrines.
Revered by devotees throughout the country as well as abroad, some of
these temples date back to hundreds of years.
In the north, we have the Dilwara Jain Temples, Ranankpur Jain Temples,
Vaishno Devi Temple, Amarnath, Kedarnath, Badrinath, Gangotri and
Yamunotri, along with the numerous temples in Mathura, Vrindavan and
Varanasi. In the south, there is Meenakshi Temple, Rameswaram Temple,
Tirupati Temple, etc. The western part of Shirdi Sai Temple, Akshardham
Temple, Siddhivinayak Temple, Mahalaxmi Temple, etc, while east India
has Jagannath Temple, Konark Sun Temple, Kali Bari Temple, etc. So
explore these temples and know about the rich cultural legacy of India.