India is a country of spirituality. In India, all religions are based upon religious consent. Hindus, considered to be the oldest religions, are the ones who build temples. It is a place of worship, which they believe to be elegant and majestic. Look at the temples dating back a thousand years.

Amarnath Temple

It is approximately 145 km from Srinagar. Amarnath is one of India’s most important pilgrimage sites. This place, located at 4172 ft above sea level, is very popular with devotees to the Hindu deity Lord Shiva. The main attraction is the Shivalingam. The name of the pilgrimage site is derived from two Hindu terms, “Amar,” meaning “immortal,” and “Nath,” God.

Thanjay Periyakoil

Tanjore Temple is not a millennial temple. Some historians claim that Raja Raja Chola was fascinated by the sculptural temples he saw on his travels. No exaggeration is made if a temple is filled with scientific techniques like inexplicable designs, imagination, managerial precisions, engineering techniques, and particular order.

The Kailasa Temple

Ellora Caves is located in Maharashtra, about 30 km from Aurangabad. The Ellora Caves, a UNESCO World Heritage Site built by the Rashtrakutas, are in Maharashtra.

Mahabalipuram Beach Temple

Some of the most notable attractions are the Pancha Pandava Rathas and the Varaka Mandapam. Cholamandal Art Gallery can be found 30 km away from Mamallapuram. The gallery displays paintings, sculptures, and handicrafts.

Temple of Somnath

The “Divine House,” or Somnath Mahadev Temple, is in Somnath. The temple was destroyed seven times but has since been rebuilt.

Chennakesava Temple

On a visit to Talakadu, travelers can also stop by Somanathapuram Village, located along the River Cauvery. The village is known for its Shree Chennakesava and Sri Venugopala Swami Temple.

Kedarnath Temple is located in Kedarnath Hills and is a famous Hindu pilgrimage site.

Adi Kumbeswarar Temple

Sri Kumbeswarar Temple is a Shiva temple located in Kumbakonam. The Mahasimakha Festival and the Mahamagara Festival are celebrated yearly for 12 years. The temple may be over 1300 years old. Since the medieval Cholas, the town has existed. Adi Kumbeswarar is the name given to Lord Shiva in this temple.

The Varadarajaberumal temple

The Cholas expanded the cave from east to west at Velamalai around 1053. Kulothunga Chola 1 and Vikrama Chola 1 raised the temple. A mother’s shrine and anointing chamber were built in the fourteenth century. After the Cholas collapsed, Vijayanagara Kings built the East Tower, Swing Hall, and Kalyana Mandapam.