Temples in South India

Welcome To South India Temples

Temples located in south India are the most attractive architectural expressions of religion in India. Most of the temples in south India are built in Dravidian architectural style and have elaborate beautiful sculptures adorning Temple walls and ceilings.  Most of the temples in south India follow strict rituals and some of them restrict Non Hindus from entering the premises. The temple architecture of the South Indian is very different from the temple architecture of the rest of India. Tourists from across the globe show a great deal of interest to visit temples of South India.

Madurai Meenakshi Temple

List of Most Famous Pilgrimage Destinations of South India

Tirumala Tirupati Temple
Kanchipuram Ekambareswarar Temple
Kanyakumari     
Mahabalipuram Temples    
Puttaparthi Sai Baba Temple
Rameshwaram
Sravanabelagola
Annavaram
Madurai Meenakshi Temple
Thousand Pillar Temple
Lepakshi Temple
Sabarimala Temple
Yadagirigutta Sri Lakshminarasimha Swamy Temple
Thiruvananthapuram Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple
Palani Murugan Temple
Kerala Guruvayoor temple
Sripuram Golden Temple
Thanjavur Brihadeshwara Temple
Basara Saraswathi Temple
Srisailam Temple
Draksharamam lord Bheemeswara Temple
Vemulavada  Sri Raja Rajeshwara Swamy Temple
Vijayawada Goddess Kanaka Durga Temple
Bhadrachalam Sri Rama temple
Ahobilam  Lord NarasimhaTemple
Kurnool Mahanandi Temple
Mangalagiri Lord Narasimha swamy temple.

Temples in Andhra Pradesh:

Andhra Pradesh temples in south India are famous for exquisite architecture, enchanting carvings on the temples. Most of the famous Hindu temples in Andhra Pradesh are well renowned temples. These temples of Andhra Pradesh’s mark of rich culture and traditions. The most famous Hindu temples of Andhra Pradesh to visit are tirumala Tirupati temple, Thousand Pillared Temples, Chilukur Balaji Temple, Srisailam Temple, Meenakshi Temple, Kanipakam temple, Srikalahasti Temple, Hyderabad Birla Mandir click below to see more famous temples of Andhra Pradesh.  More…….

Temples in Karnataka

Karnataka temples represents the typical Dravidian style of architecture and radiance of peace and tranquility that encompasses the temples in Karnataka. Karnataka Temples highlights the ancient shrines and rock-cut temples in Karnataka. Pilgrimage centers such as Mookambika and Udupi nestling on the Western Ghats showcases the ruins of the once grand Vijayanagar edifices at Hampi in Karnataka. More…….

Temples in Kerala

Kerala temples has a fairly rich mythological heritage and there are temples of several gods and goddesses almost throughout the state of kerala. All these temples in kerala are not only significant from their religios importance but are also great architectural set ups.In kerala Elephants are an integral part of several of the festivities. Sabarimala,Guruvayoor Temple ,Ambalapuzha Temple, arimarathinkal Sree Bhadrakali Temple, Chottanikkara Temple, Thali Temple.Mangla Devi Temple,Thiruvalla temple are some of the famous temples of Kerala. More…….

Temples in Tamil Nadu

Tamil Nadu temples patronized by different ruling dynasties these temples art touched its zenith. Most of the famous Temples are found in the State of Tamil Nadu. Architecture of the temples in tamilnadu clearly shows the contributions made by the Pallava, Chozha and Pandiya Kings who ruled the various parts of Tamil Nadu. Monuments of great artistic value, these temples of tamilnadu speak of the greatness of the bygone era . Rameshwaram, Thanjavur, Mahabalipuram, Kanchipuram, Chidambaram, Meenakshi Temple, and Ekambareswarar Temple are some of the famous temples of Tamil Nadu. More…….

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