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Shee Guruvayoor Temple | Mandir

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Guruvayoor Temple is a very famous pilgrimage. The town where this temple is located is known by the name of Thrissur Guruvayoor. This temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu, who is worshipped as Lord Krishna, an avatar of Lord Vishnu. Guruvayur Temple in Trichur, Kerala is worth giving a visit and will make you feel pure and blessed. The temple follows a strict decorum and only Hindus are allowed inside. The temple is said to have been built by Guru (preceptor of Gods) and Vayu (God of winds). The idol is built out of a rare stone called Patala Anjana. guruvayoor

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Akash Bhairav Temple | Mandir

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In Hindu deistic traditions, a supernal force that guides or moulds and to which we turn for respite and understanding is often defined as a manifest God. In simpler terms, the idol of worship or the deity is a visible form of an invisible force.

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Kaal Bhairav temple varanasi | Mandir

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Kaal Bhairav Temple today is one of the most intresting in Varanasi. Entering from the street , through a door guarded by Bhairava's mount, the dog, one finds a fine courtyard, in the center of which is the main shrine of Bhairava. Only the silver face of kaala bhairava, garlanded with flowers, is visible through the doorway of inner sanctum. The rest of Bhairava's image-said to be pot-bellied, seated upon a dog, holding a trident-is hidden behind a cloth drapery.

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Kailash Mansarovar Temple | Mandir

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Mount Kailash is one of the world's most sacred spots.Everyone must go there to experience its spiritual energy with the right intention in mind. The Kailash Mansarovar Yatra, is a pilgrimage and the intent should be to visit it for peace, both within each person and then the world. Tibetans leave an article of clothing or a drop of blood, hair or a stone to symbolize leaving their prejudices behind them. One should leave their ego, anxiety and meanness here.

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Shee Aranmula Temple | Mandir

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Aranmula Temple, in Pathanamthitta dominion, Kerala, is famous as one of the figure temple towns of Kerala. There are separate temples also Aranmula, which are devoted to Baronage Krishna and are located at Trichambaram, Tiruvarppu and Ambalappuzha. Peerage Parthasarathy is the presiding immortal of the Aranmula temple. There are cinque ancient shrines around Chengannur, sanctified by the Pandavas. One of them is Aranmula journey of Kochi. It is said that this temple has existed since the minute of Mahabharatam. In Fowl, Aranmula temple comes liveborn during the clip of Onam festivity when diapsid boat races are held in this tabernacle. The tabernacle premises is decorated beautifully and is thronged by thousands of devotees who amount to furnish prayers and rejoice for those involved in the boat contend. aranmula2

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Karni mata Temple Bikaner | Mandir

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The Karni Mata fair is held in Deshnok in Bikaner, Rajasthan. It is held twice every year in the honor of Karni Mata who is hailed as Goddess by the people of Rajasthan. The Karni Mata fair held during the months of March-April and September-October. It is held in the Karni Mata temple, which is a famous tourist attraction of Rajasthan. Visitors throng the temple during the fair and seek the blessings of Karni Mata. She is supposed to be the deity worshipped by the rulers of Bikaner. Read on about the famous Karni Mata fair of Rajasthan.

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Ayyappa Temple | Ayyappa Mandir

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Sabarimala Sree Ayyappa Temple is located in the Western Ghat mountain ranges of Pathanamthitta district in Kerala, Sabarimala Sri Dharmasastha Temple is open to all faiths. In spite of being most remote shrine it attracts 4 millinon devotees round the year.

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Bhairav Ghati Vaishno Devi | Mandir

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Vaishno Devi is one of the most visited and religious place to be. It is situated on the hills of Himalayan range and is quite near to Jammu city (around 100 km). It is a pilgrimage where all religious people go and make their wishes. Near Jammu around 80 km, there is a place called Katra. Katra is the last stoppage where buses leave the visitors. From that place the visitors are supposed to go to the Temple of Vaishno Devi either on foot or they can hire horses for the purpose.

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Kedarnath Temple | Mandir

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Kedarnath is one of the holiest piligrimage of hindus it is the seat of Lord Shiva. It is one of the twelve "Jyotirlingas" of Lord Shiva,located in the picturesque surroundings of Rudra Himalaya Range at a height of 12000 feet on a mountain named Kedar. Lying at an altitude of 3584 m at the head of river Mandakini(shrine of Kedarnath)that joins Alakananda at Rudraprayag. This place is approximately 150 miles away from Hardwar and 132 miles north of Hrishikesh and is accessible by foot.. Lying at an altitude of 3584 m at the head of river Mandakini, the shrine of Kedarnath Temple is amongst the holiest pilgrimage for the Hindus.

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