Kerala Temples- A spiritual face of India

1 Nov

Kerala is renowned for the magnificent holy places. In Kerala, we can easily find out a number of shrines whicKerala Templesh are dotted across the state. Few of the prominent Kerala Temples are Guruvayur temple, Padmanabhaswamy temple, Sabarimala temple, Vadakkumnathan temple and lots more. All these shrines can be discovered in diverse cities and towns of the state. These sacred places are designed very aesthetically.

Now we will talk about few holy places of the state:

• Sabarimala Temple

• Guruvayoor Temple

• Padmanabhaswamy Temple

Sabarimala Temple is located in the Western Ghat mountain ranges of Pathanamthitta district in Kerala. It is the largest pilgrimage destination in India, around 40 to 50 million devotees come here throughout the year. Moreover, this sacred place is only open for the days of Makaravilakku, Mandalapooja and Chitra Vishnu. This shrine is designed very well. However, it is very famous among all the devotees around the globe.Sabarimala Temple

Guruvayur Temple is in the Thrissur district of Kerala. This place of pilgrimage is consecrated to Lord Vishnu. At this holy place, you can explore the magnificent image of Vishnu with four arms holding a mace, a conch, a lotus and a discus. Mainly, the statues of Vishnu have been made up from the very special stone called as Patala Anjana. Furthermore, you can also search out so many icons and images of Lord Vishnu. Thus, this sacred place has exceptional significance for the Vishnu’s lovers.

Padmanabhaswamy temple is a prominent holy place of the state. It is situated in Thiruvananthapuram of Kerala. It is devoted to the Lord Krishna. You can find a number of amazing statues, images, sculptures of Krishna. All the statues and images are adorned with gold and precious stones. The architectural design of this place of pilgrimage is truly aesthetic. Hence, this spiritual place is renowned among all the Krishna’s devotees.


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