Karnaprayag is one of the five confluences of river Alaknanda (Panch Prayag). It is present at the confluence of river Alaknanda with river Pindar, in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. An array of peaks like Trisul, Drona Giri, Narad Ghunti, Mrigathuni and Maiktoli surround it. Devotees believe that it is the place where Karna of Mahabharata […]
Rudraprayag is one of the five confluences of river Alaknanda (Panch Prayag). It is present at the confluence of Alaknanda with Mandakini, in Uttarakhand. It has an average elevation of 895 metres. Also, famous temples located in the region are Kedarnath Temple, Omkareshwara Shiva temple, Madmaheshwara Temple and Trijuginarayan temple. The holy Mandakini originated from […]
Devprayag is one of the five confluences of river Alaknanda (Panch Prayag). It is present at the confluence of Alaknanda with Bhagirathi, in Uttarakhand. From here on, Alaknanda and Bhagirathi meet and take the same name- Ganga. It draws its name from sage Devsharma who led his life here. Bhagirathi originates from Gaumukh and Alaknanda […]
Vishnuprayag is one of the five confluences of river Alaknanda (Panch Prayag), present in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. According to beliefs, Narada meditated here to impress Lord Vishnu, who eventually appeared before him. Hence, this place derives its name from Lord Vishnu. Vishnuprayag is present 1372 metres above sea level and is the first […]
Nandaprayag is one of the five confluences of river Alaknanda (Panch Prayag). It is present at the confluence of Alaknanda with Nandakini, in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. According to mythology, it was once the capital of Yadu Kingdom. Devotees believe that a dip at Nandaprayag can absolve one of the sins. It is a famous […]
Hemkund Sahib (Formerly Gurudwara Shri Hemkund Sahib Ji) is a Sikh place of worship in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. The place is in devotion to the tenth Guru of Sikhism- Shri Guru Gobind Singh. Guru Ji has himself mentioned the place in his work ‘Dasam Granth’. The name ‘Hemkund Sahib’ comes from the words […]
Bharat Mata Mandir Haridwar is a temple in dedication to ‘Bharat Mata’ literally translating to ‘Mother India’. It is a multi-storey temple present alongside Samanvay Ashram on the banks of Ganga. It has 8 storeys, each depicting an era in Indian history, from the days of Ramayana until Indian Independence. This temple is also a […]
Lakshman Temple Rishikesh is a popular Hindu temple in dedication to Lord Lakshman, the younger brother of Lord Rama, in Rishikesh, Uttarakhand. Devotees believe that the temple is present on the same place where Lord Lakshman once meditated to attain spiritual enlightenment as well as knowledge. It is also a part of the Char Dham […]
Nagercoil Nagaraja Temple Timings, Darshan, Poojas and History. Nagercoil Temple is famous for its worshipping of Nagaraja – Vasuki. Diety here is Swayambhu
A bath here at Triveni Sangam said to wash away all of one’s sins and free one from the cycle of rebirth and finally attain ‘Moksha’ and inner peace.
Bhadrachalam temple is the abode of Sree Sita Ramachandra Swamy. This temple is dedicated to Lord Rama and located in Andhra Pradesh.
Shani Shingnapur Temple Timings, History and Poojas. Shingnapur is the village with No Doors. The temple is open 24 hours a day. It is located near Shirdi.
The Sivagiri Temple is different as it believes all religions are One. This Mutt was formed by the famous social reformer of Kerala, Sri Narayana Guru.
Pandalam Ayyappa Temple is situated between Thottakkonam & Mulampuzha villages of Pandalam. It is blessed place where Lord Ayyappa is the presiding deity.
Shravanabelagola Temple is a sacred Jain pilgrimage destination which lies towards the north-west of Bangalore in the Indian state of Karnataka.
Mannarasala Nagaraja Temple is devoted to serpent worship, Hindu religious practice.Kerala is a place where one come across temple dedicated to serpent gods.
The Khandoba Temple is situated in the Jejuri , Pune. It is a very popular temple which stands favorite among the tourists for it’s brilliant architecture.
Ajanta Caves is the most visited places in Aurangabad with an extravagant monument with 30 rock-cut Buddhist caves that have existed since 2nd century.
Raghunath Temple has been dedicated to Lord Rama, who is a popular mythological hero among the Hindus. Apart from him a many other Gods are worshipped here.
Akshardham describes the concept of Man-making. The devotee’s belief that only an individual can shape his own life and become sensible in the true sense.