5 famous temple of india

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Let's take a look at some of the exuberant temples of India. Golden Temple, The Konark Sun Temple, Thanjavur Temple, Somnath Temple, Sanchi Stupas

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5 famous temple of india

  1. 1. 5 Famous Temples Of India
  2. 2. The Konark Sun Temple
  3. 3. The Konark Sun Temple
  4. 4. Thanjavur Temple The granary of South India, Thanjavur temple was the royal city of the Nayaks, Cholas and the Mahrattas. This temple is known as one of the architectural marvels of the world. Known for its exquisite handicrafts, bronzes and south Indian musical instruments, Thanjavur is also famous for its distinctive art style.
  5. 5. Somnath Temple
  6. 6. Somnath Temple The Somnath temple in Gujarat is held in great reverence throughout India. This temple is considered to be one of the first of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva.
  7. 7. Sanchi Stupas
  8. 8. Sanchi Stupas Sanchi Stupas attract and evoke people from all over the world. Sanchi is a place for stupas and pillars. This place is known to be one of the finest specimens of early classical art - the gateways are delicately carved and bears images from the life of Lord Buddha and King Asoka. The images carved on the pillars and the Stupas tell motivating stories from the life of Lord Buddha.
  9. 9. Golden Temple
  10. 10. Golden Temple The Golden Temple located in Amritsar has a unique feature. The devotees have to step down to offer their homage unlike other temples where the devotees have to climb up to offer their salutation. The architecture of this temple is considered as the epitome of dexterity and creativity. It also represents a unique harmony between the Muslims and Hindus.
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