Baneshwar Temple near Pune. With its historical significance, architectural, and serene surroundings, the temple offers a unique blend of spirituality and natural splendor
Browsing: Spiritual India
Kamar Ali Dargah of Khed Shivapur stands as a beacon of spiritual harmony, welcoming people from diverse backgrounds to come together in prayer and reflection.
Krishna Janmabhumi Temple of Mathura stands as a beacon of devotion, inviting pilgrims and visitors to experience the divine energy that permeates its sacred precincts. While controversies and legal battles may surround its historical narrative, the temple continues to be a testament to the enduring legacy of Lord Krishna and the timeless allure of Mathura
Potra Kund of Mathura is the water pond where baby clothes of Lord Krishna were washed in his childhood.
Banke Bihari Temple of Vrindavan stands as a beacon of devotion and love, drawing devotees from all corners of the world.
Prem Mandir is not merely an architectural marvel; it is a spiritual sanctuary that invites devotees to experience the divine love of Radha and Krishna
Brahma Sarovar, nestled in the heart of Kurukshetra, stands as a testament to the rich tapestry of Indian mythology and spirituality.
Anandpur Sahib (the holy City of Bliss) is one of the holiest places of the Sikhs, second only to Amritsar. Located about 95kms north-west of Chandigarh.
The first and the most important one was established by Guru Hargobind, the sixth Sikh Guru in 1609. It is called ‘Akal Takht’ (the Throne of the Timeless God or Eternal Throne).
Chintpurni Mata temple in Una of Himachal is one of the major 7 and a total of 51 Shakti Peethas. It is believed that Sati’s head fell at this place and is thus considered one of the most important of all the Shakti Peethas.