Best Religious Places To Visit In India

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Vaishno Devi – Jammu

The sacred temples on the hills of Katra in Jammu and Kashmir are devoted to Adi Shakti. After the world-famous Tirumala Venkateswara Temple, the temple Vaishno Devi is the second most visited religious place in India. The Mother Goddess Durga is embodied in Maa Vaishno Devi temple, also known as Mata Rani, which is situated at an altitude of 5300 m.

Tirumala Venkateswara – Tirupati

A Hindu shrine devoted to the deity Vishnu is the Shrine of Tirumala or the Tirupati Balaji. It was preceded by the Temple of the Shree Padmanabhasvamy, the Vaishno Devi, and Shirdi Sai Baba. Samaritana is the largest pilgrimage centre in India. The best time to visit the Lord Venkateswara Temple is drawn by the Brahmotsavam Festival, which attracts people from everywhere.

Siddhivinayak- Mumbai

Lord Shri Ganesh or the elephant god residing in Maharashtra, Mumbai, state, is devoted to Siddhivinayak Temple. The wealthiest temples in Mumbai and one of them in Maharashtra are Shree Siddhivinayak Ganapati Mandir, the famous Dagdusheth Ganpati Pune, the Mahalakshmi Temple of Kolhapur and Shirdi wale Sai Baba.

Harmandir Sahib- Amritsar

A famous Gurdwara and one of the historic monuments to India’s heritage in the town of Amritsar, Punjab is the Golden Temple or Harmandir Sahib. The holiest location for the Sikhs is Sri Harmandir Sahib, enclosed by a majestic lake and four walls. Baisakhi, the most important Punjab festival, is the best time to discover Punjab culture and culture.

Sai Baba – Shirdi

The most renowned Shirdi Sai Baba is located in Maharashtra, Shirdi district. The temple of Shirdi Sai is the most magnificent shrine built on Shri Sai Baba’s Samadhi. Sai Baba is a popular deity, worshipped worldwide by Hindu, Zoroastrian and Muslim people. The temple opens within the morning at four AM and has darshans throughout the slots of the morning, noonday and evening. Also, the world’s largest star cooking utensil is operated at the Shirdi Bhojanalaya. It prepares food for thousands of devotees daily at Rs. 10 only.