Beautiful Temples in India

Koodal Alagar Temple

The Koodal Alagar Temple is devoted to Lord Vishnu, one God of the Divine Trinity in the Hindu Mythology. A unique feature of this temple is the three different postures of the same God residing in three different alter. The three figures of Vishnu are in standing, sitting and reclining postures. These three figures of the deity are known by three different names. The most venerated of the three figures is Lord Vishnu in the seated posture. The seated Lord Vishnu is locally known as Lord Koodal ...

Luz Church-Our Lady of Light

Church of Our Lady of Light, popularly known as Luz Church, is located in a tiny corner of Mylapore, in Chennai. The church, built by Franciscan missionaries from Portugal in honor of Mother Mary in 1516, is commonly known as Kaatu Kovil (Church located in a forest) amongst the local people. It is the first church built in honor of Our Lady of Light and is believed to be the oldest church in Chennai. The church, over the years had withstood the vagaries of time and human misadventures: it was da...

Akshardham Temple

Delhi Akshardham Temple, also known as BAPS Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple, is an exquisite Hindu temple complex, situated in New Delhi, Delhi, India. Built on the banks of the River Yamuna adjacent to the 2010 Commonwealth Games village, Akshardham Temple complex depicts traditional Indian and Hindu culture and ancient architecture. Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple complex consists of the Swaminarayan Temple of the main monument, exhibition halls, an IMAX theatre and a Musical Fountain, bounded b...

Mount Mary Church

The Mount Mary church is situated on the peaceful hillock in Sunderban Bandra. It was built in 1640 and rebuilt again in 1761. This very beautiful church is situated in a tranquil setting where one can see both the setting sun and the Arabian Sea. The church is dedicated to Virgin Mary, who is also believed to fulfill the wishes of both the Christians and non-Christians who pray with full devotion and sincerity. People suffering from fatal diseases are known to offer wax figures corresponding to...

Jantar Mantar in jaipur

In Sanskrit, 'Jantar Mantar' is used for 'Magical Devices' and it is undoubtedly so with the huge masonry instruments, which were placed here to measure 'the harmony of the heavens'. The Jantar Mantar is a collection of architectural astronomical instruments, built by Sawai Jai Singh who was a Rajput king. It was completed in seven years from 1728 to 1734. Each instrument that forms a part of this observatory is assigned and used for a particular function and is known to give an accurate reading...

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