Famous Hindu Temples in Haryana

Famous Hindu Temples in Haryana

Haryana is a small state in India which has its own religious identity. The temples in Haryana are beautiful that reflects the ancient era and are ideal tourist spots. The temples in Haryana are prominent for their symbol of heritage and culture.

Haryana, with its capital in Chandigarh or “The City Beautiful” as it is known, a significant constituent of Delhi’s National Capital Region and surrounding the capital on three sides, has made amazing progress over the years and today is a force to be reckoned with, economically and industrially.

Haryana is the smallest state in India which is situated at the foothills of Aravalli Mountains. Haryana state was founded in the year 1966 when the state of Punjab was parted into Haryana and Punjab.

The word Haryana, means “Home of Hari” the land has the glorious past and has seen the rise and fall of many empires that dates back to Vedic age.

The well known battle of Mahabharata fought between the Pandavas and Kauravas is believed to be fought here as this land was earlier known as Kurukshetra. It was here that Lord Krishna is said to have imparted the teachings of Bhagwad Gita to Arjun.

The scene of several historic battles which shaped the history of India, including the three Battles of Panipat, Haryana has significantly shaped the country’s economic progress and self-sufficiency in food as well! While agriculture is the main industry, embryo transfer technology has revolutionized cattle breeding and with Asia’s oldest and largest Dairy at Karnal, the Murrah breed of water buffalo from Haryana is world-famous for its milk production.

Haryana state, is the land of ethics and culture and attracts large number of tourists throughout the year. The visitors to Haryana can go for adventure sports and also visit number of pilgrimage places. Haryana Tourism Development Corporation is making all efforts to preserve the heritage sites of the state, and paying adequate attention on the development of infrastructure. There are many tourist complexes for the comfort of the travelers which are available at reasonable prices. Haryana is known for its folk music, handicrafts, pottery, dance and different kinds of embroidery and weaving. There are several tourist spots and resorts in Haryana

Haryana Tourism also organises the grand Suraj Kund Crafts Mela where there is the display of the best quality of handloom and handicrafts and also of the vivacious culture of Haryana. The state is full of life and the development process is going here with a very fast pace.

Famous Hindu temples to visit  in Haryana are:

Baba Rameshwar Dass Temple
Birla Gita Mandir
Sthaneshwar Mahadev Temple
Sita Mai Temple
Bishnoi Mandir
Mansa Devi Temple
Ancient Shiva Temple of Saketri
Chandi Mandir
Bhima Devi Temple
Jayanti Devi Temple
Sheetala Devi Temple
Bhawani Amba Temple
Brick Temples

Bhawani Amba Temple:

Bhawani Amba Temple is an ancient temple in Haryana state located in the city of Ambala.

Brick Temples:

The Brick Temples have wonderful architecture are located in Kaithal district of Haryana. The Brick Temples are made up with specially carved Bricks that have added an extra architectural elegance to the edifices.

Jayanti Devi Temple:

On the banks of Jayanti River the beautiful Jayanti Devi Temple is situated about 13 kms away from Chandigarh. Godess Jayanti Devi is considered as a sensitive and kind goddess who listens to the devotees prayers.

Sita Mai Temple:

An ancient Sita Mai Temple is located in village called Sitamai. The Sita Mai Temple deity is goddess Sita. This Sita Mai Temple is built with full of bricks and it is believed that this is the place where the earth parted and accepted Sita.

Sthaneshwar Mahadev Temple:

Sthaneshwar Mahadev Temple presides deity is Lord Shiva. This is a temple where Pandavas prayed to Lord Shiva for victory in the battle of Mahabharata. Sthaneshwar Mahadev Temple is located in Thanesar in Haryana.

Sheetala Devi Temple:

Sheetala Devi Temple is located at Gurugaon village in Haryana state near pond. Sheetala Devi Temple shrines with deity Mata Sheetala Devi who is reffered to as Shakti Peeth.

Birla Gita Mandir :

Birla Gita Mandir in Haryana state presides deity Lord Krishna and is located at north of Brahma Sarovar. This Birla Gita Mandir has a excellent architecture which enhances the beauty of Kurukshetra built by late Shri Jugal Kishore Birla. Janmashtami is celebrated with great enthusiasm at the Birla Gita Mandir.

Chandi Mandir:

Chandi Mandir presides goddess of power ‘Chandi. Chandi Mandir is located about 15 kms away from Chandigarh and Kalka road. The Chandigarh place name is derived from Chandi goddess. The temple is worshipped as a Siddh Peeth, a place where wishes are granted.

Bhima Devi Temple:

Bhima Devi Temple in Haryana is in the Panchayatan style of architecture located on the Pinjore Kalka Road and is one the India’s oldest temple dated back to the 11th and 14th centuries.

Siddhidata Temple: This temple complex is located on the Badhkal-Surajkund Road and is a very peaceful place to spend some time.

Haryana is a very well connected state to all other state of India through air railways and roads across India. Haryana Government is continuously making good policies for improving education system.

There many good universities, colleges, Medical colleges present in Haryana that have very good reputation in India. Haryana is a very near state of capital Delhi as a results its districts like gorgon and Faridabad are established are top industries districts in the state that are leading in IT sectors.

Haryana has many places that are very useful for tourist that can be covered with in one or two days while travelling in India.