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India is a land of diversities. The people of every faith and religion live together to create a unique and colorful mosaic. There is a festival for every reason and for every season.

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Arunachal Pradesh Temples:

Arunachal Pradesh is known as the land of temples. in India Arunachal Pradesh has Buddhist Monasteries and Temples. Parashuram Kund is a prominent pilgrimage site. A new, beautiful yellow-roofed shrine, it rises in well-maintained grounds behind a stupa bearing the portrait of a monk in Arunachal Pradesh. At one side is a tree planted by His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Buddhist  come to this place throughout the year to pay their reverence in the temple, achieve the path of enlightenment, as the Lord Buddha achieved in Arunachal Pradesh. More…….

Tourist Places In Arunachal Pradesh:

Arunachal Pradesh is the easternmost state of India. Itanagar is the capital of the state. Arunachal Pradesh means “land of the dawn lit mountains” in Sanskrit. Most of the people native to and living in Arunachal Pradesh are of Tibeto-Burman origin. Part of the famous Ledo Burma Road, which was a lifeline to China during World War II, passes through the eastern part of the state. The earliest references to Arunachal are found in the era of Mahabharata, Ramayana and other Vedic legends. Arunachal Pradesh attracts tourists from many parts of the world. Tourist attractions include the Namdapha tiger project in Changlang district, Sela Lake near to Bomdila, the bamboo bridges hanging over the river. More…….

Assam Temples:

Assam has several temples in India, this ancient lands mentioned in the Indian epics .The Saivite, Vaishnava and the centers of Sun Worship. Famous temples Kamakhya Devi temple, Sukreswar Temple, Hayagriva temple, Umananda Temple and the Shiva Temple . Click below to see more famous temples in Assam. More…….

Tourist Places In Assam:

Assam the rich, green land of rolling plains and dense forests is the gateway to the north eastern part of India. Assam’s  capital is Dispur, in the outskirts of the city Guwahati. Located south of the eastern Himalayas, Assam comprises the Brahmaputra. It is known for Assam tea, large and old petroleum resources, Assam silk and for its rich biodiversity. Assam has successfully conserved the one-horned Indian rhinoceros from near extinction, along with the tiger and numerous species of birds, and it provides one of the last wild habitats for the Asian elephant. The mighty Brahmaputra river that has its origins in Tibet charts its majestic course through this state. More…….

Bihar Temples:

Bihar has religious temples to worship. Some of the temples that you can visit when you come to state of Bihar. The Aranya Devi Temple has a special religious significance as according to legendary belief the Hindu deity Lord Krishna visited the local king for alms in the disguise of a hermit. And it has some famous temples of Bihar like The Durga Temple, Mandar Hill Temple, Kurkihar Temple, Chutia Temple, Hariharnath Temple, Mundesvari Temple, Parasnath Temple. Click below to see more famous temples of Bihar. More…….

Tourist Places In Bihar:

Bihar is 12th largest state in eastern India. Bihar lies mid-way between the humid West Bengal in the. Bihar is one of the culturally awakened state of India, whose capital is Patna. This state is the birthplace of several religions including Jainism and Buddhism. It is bounded by the country of Nepal to the north and by Jharkhand to the south. The Bihar plain is divided into two unequal halves by the river Ganga which flows through the middle from west to east. Bihar capital is Patna, earlier known as Patliputra, was an important center of Indian civilization. Bihar State Tourism Development Corporation was established in the year 1981 for the development of tourism in the State of Bihar and for commercialization of Tourist Resources available with the State. More…….

Jharkhand Temples:

Jharkhand  in East India  is glorious religious heritage place where every one can vist the temples in Jharkhand.These temples are treasures of Jharkhand. Famous temples in Jharkhand are Deoghar Temple,  Ajgaivinath Temple. More…….

Tourist Places In Jharkhand:

Jharkhand is a state in eastern India. The name Jharkhand comes from the Sanskrit Jharikhanda which is the ancient name of the regions dense forest – Jharikhanda. It was carved out of the southern part of Bihar state on 15 November 2000. The industrial city of Ranchi is its capital. Jharkhand has common borders with Bihar in the north, Uttar Pradesh and Chhattisgarh in the west, Orissa in the south, and West Bengal in the east. This area is also famous for its abundant mineral wealth – iron, coal, uranium, graphite, and magnate are among the minerals found here. More…….

Orrisa Temples: ( East India )

Temples of Orissa exhibit a majestic grandeur .Temples of orissa  are one of the major pilgrimage centers of Hindus with numerous temple shrines. Orissa Temples  usually consists of a sanctum, one or several front porchessually with pyramidal roofs, a dancing hall (nata mandir) and a hall of offerings (bhog mandir). The temple towns of Bhubaneswar, Puri and Konark constitute a “Golden Triangle” of east. . There are hundreds of lesser known temples in Orissa. Some of the Stunning Temples at Orissa, Lingaraj Temple, Ananta Vasudeva Temple, Mukteswara Temple,. Brahmeswar Temple, Jagannath Temple, Leaning Temple. Click below to see more temples in orissa.

Sikkim Temples:

Sikkim temples are located  in each every towns & villages of Sikkim. In Sikkim Buddhism is predominant religion, with many fine old temples. There is a plethora of monasteries in Sikkim. Every one always find a temple of Lord Shiva and other deities in a walking distance within these towns. Some of the popular temples of sikkim, Hanuman Tok ,Sikkim Ganesh Tok, Sikkim Rumtek Monastery and more famous temples to see just click below.

West Bengal Temples:

Temples of west Bengal were mainly built during a period when the region was witnessing a revival of Hinduism with particular focus on the cult of Krishna. As a result, temples built during the sixteenth century and later absorbed the monumental style of the tradition. The temples of west Bengal can be classified into mainly the “Chala”, “Ratna” and “Dalaan” styles. The vitality of the temples is not restricted to the architectural forms. The temple walls are covered with molded baked clay panels. Few famous temples are Kalighat – Mother Goddess (Kali) Dakshineshwar – Mother Goddess (Kali) Belur Math – Ramakrishna Mission HQ Tarapith – Mother Goddess (Tara). Click below to see more famous temples of west Bengal. More…….

Tourist Places In West Bengal:

West Bengal is a state in eastern India. Kolkatta is the capital city of west Bengal. The region that is now West Bengal was part of a number of empires and kingdoms during the past two millennia. West Bengal is the most densely populated state in India. West Bengal has been ruled by the CPI-led Left Front for three decades, making it the world’s longest-running democratically elected communist government. Tea, Steel, Jute, Sugar, Chemical, Fertilizers, Medicines and Pharmaceuticals are some of the important industries in the state. More…….

Tripura Temples:

Tripura is famous for a large number of temples.Tripura is a tiny State in India’s northeast. Although full of hills and jungles, this ancient princely State boasts of a rich heritage of rock-cut sculptures of deities dating back to the remote past as also numerous temples and holy shrines. The most significant of them are Mata Tripureshwari temples at Udaipur, Fourteen Goddess Temple at Old Agartala, Bhuveneshwari Temple at Udaipur, and Benuban Vihar at Agartala are there in tripura. More…….

Tourist Places In Tripura:

Tripura is a state in North-East India. Tripura is surrounded by Bangladesh on the north, south, and west. The Indian states of Assam and Mizoram lie to the east. Agartala is the capital of Tripura. The main languages spoken are Bengali and Kokborok. Agriculture is the main occupation and rice, the main crop. Tripura is also the second highest rubber-producing state in India after Kerala. Tripura is strategically situated between the river valleys of Myanmar and Bangladesh. Encircled almost on three sides by Bangladesh, it is linked with Assam and Mizoram in the North-East. More…….

Manipur Temples:

Temples in  Manipuri has  art and architecture is basically of Hindu style showing more inclination towards the traditional  of Hindu building art and architecture. There is no existence of any temple and its art relating to the animistic faith of ancient Manipur. If you want to know about famous temples like Shri Govindji Temple, The Vishnu Temple, shri Hanuman Thakur Temple, Thangal General Temple of Wangkhai, Lord Sanamahi Temples, Shri Govindji Temple of Old Palace, Shri Radha Raman Temple, and Lord Krishna Temple in Manipur just click below.

Meghalaya Temples:

Temples in Meghalaya  enhanced the soul with and calmness serenity calmness. Life can be cultured coming to the surroundings of these temples in Meghalaya. Visit to these temples really enthralls the visitor and takes them to a peaceful meditative state of mind. There are some famous temples like Kamakhya Temple Sukreswar Temple Uma Nanda Temple Navagraha Temple Sivadol Hajo in megahalaya. More…….

Tourist Places In Meghalaya:

Meghalaya is a small state in north-eastern India. The word “Meghalaya” literally means “The Abode of Clouds” in Sanskrit and other Indic languages. Meghalaya is a hilly strip in the eastern part of the country. The state is bounded on the north by Assam and by Bangladesh on the south. The Shillong is the capital of this state. Meghalaya is predominantly an agrarian economy. The important crops of the state are potato, rice, maize, pineapple, banana etc. The service sector comprises of Real estate and Insurance companies. More…….

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