Welcome To West India Tourism
West India is a home to many pilgrimage sites in India. The Ashtavinayaka, Shree Siddhi Vinayak, Saibaba and Ajanta are some of the important pilgrimage places in Maharasthra.Goa-For its beaches, Rann of Katch -Gujarat, Temples of Ajanta & Ellora- Aurangabad, After the vibrant atmosphere of Bombay, allow the palm-fringed beaches of Goa to warm your spirit in the sun and relax your mind.
Goa is home for some of the most famous temples for hindus. Goa is Gem of India it is arrayed with temples and silent spectators to the intense religious history and culture of the bygone era. The idols were kept in makeshift shrines until the Portuguese allowed the first temple built in goa.Goa could be cherished for this meager trait that one enjoys even on the shortest visit to this diverse land. Some of the prominent temples of goa are Shree Mahalasa temple, Shanta Durga temple, Mangueshi Temple, Mahalaxmi temple, Ramnath temple,, Ramnathi temple, Naguesh temple and Malikarjun temple. Just click below to see more famous temples of Goa. More…….
Goa is currently a state in India’s West region. Goa is India’s smallest state in terms of area and the fourth smallest in terms of population. Panaji is the state’s capital. Vasco da Gama is the largest city. The historic city of Margao still exhibits the influence of Portuguese culture. Renowned for its beaches, places of worship and world heritage architecture, Goa is visited by hundreds of thousands of international and domestic tourists each year. More…….
Temples in Gujarat, are magnificent and sacred located in India. Gujarat is also architectural marvels apart from being the seat of sacredness in the province. Temples of Gujarat, include the greatly popular Somnath Temple, which was said to hold a great variety and quantum of gold and other coveted treasure. Temples in Gujarat are many while some of them can be enumerated as Somnath Temple, Akshardham Temple, Parsi Fire Temples, and Bhrigu Rishi Temples and last but not the least the Gangeshwar Temple in Gujarat. Click to see more famous temples in Gujarath. More…….
Gujarat is the westernmost state of India, a part of it projecting out into the Arabian Sea. The State has an international border and has a common frontier with the Pakistan at the northwestern fringe. Ganghinagar, located near Ahmedabad is its capital. The official and primary language spoken is Gujarati.This is the most industrialised state in the country and contributes about one-fifth of the total industrial output of India. More…….
Maharashtra temples has its credit hoary pilgrimage centers as well as landmarks in the evolution of Indian Temple architecture. Famous Lord Ganesha is the most respected and worshiped gods in Maharashtra. There are eight shrines dedicated to him, which are located around Pune. These shrines are collectively known as the Ashta Vinayak temples. Maharashtra also owns two of the ancient rock cut temples dedicated to Lord Shiva. Famous temples are located like the Kalaram Temple, Kapaleshwar temple, Muktidham Temple in Maharashtra. More…….
Maharashtra is a state located on the western coast of India. Maharashtra is a part of Western India. It is India’s third largest state by area and second largest by population. Mumbai, the capital city of the state, is India’s largest city and the financial capital of the nation. Marathi is the official and most widely spoken language. Monuments such as Ajanta and Ellora, Gateway of India and Elephanta caves and architectural structureslike Viharas and Chaityas have attracted people from all over to the state. Besides the wonderful monuments, wildlife and cultural aspects such as ifestyle, languages and cuisine make Maharashtra a great travel destination. More…….
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