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Five Most Sacred Temples In North India For Pilgrimage

By March 3, 2022October 31st, 2023No Comments
Golden Temple

Divine Temples In North India

North India is one of the most sought-after regions for those seeking otherworldliness. With the festive season around the bend, what better time to go on that heavenly outing looking for satisfaction, harmony and peace, given these states and temples are available to the guests! Allow us to give you a view of the famous temples of North India.

Vaishno Devi Temple, Jammu

Vaishno Devi Temple, Jammu

This temple is committed to the Goddess Mahalakshmi. A cavern at a height of more than 5,000 metres above ocean level, houses the primary temple and holy place. Despite the helicopter benefits, the most effective way to visit the temple is to walk the whole course of around 14 kilometres. Despite the height and the atmospheric conditions, the temple invites more than 10 million lovers consistently. Someone has rightly remarked, “The way you feel in the temple is a pattern for how you want to feel in your life”.

Golden Temple, Amritsar

Golden Temple, Amritsar

                                                                                                                      Without a doubt, it is one of the major destinations for the Sikhs. Enthusiasts from all ranks and religions are welcome to the temple. The temple even has a local area kitchen that runs suppers the entire day. Prominently called ‘langar’, the food here is eaten by lakhs of individuals consistently. Volunteers are free to serve in the kitchen out of sheer decency of their souls however long they want to. The temple is encircled by “Amrit Sarovar”, a water-body that is known for its mending power and is popular all around the world.

Amarnath Temple, Anantnag, Jammu & Kashmir

Amarnath Temple, Anantnag, Jammu & Kashmir

Amarnath is believed to have naturally formed a ‘Shiva Linga’ from the snow. The ‘Shiva Linga’ holds religious importance for the Hindus. The snow-covered mountain tops with divinity make this temple a must visit place at least once in a lifetime. According to the sacred texts, Amarnath was home to Lord Shiva as well as the place where he entered the cavern with Goddess Parvati to share the mystery of creation and everlasting status.

Badrinath Temple, Badrinath, Uttarakhand

badrinath temple

Devoted to Lord Vishnu, this temple is one of the ‘Char Dhams’ (the four sacred journeys) of Hindus in India. Arranged along the banks of the Alaknanda River, this temple makes a completely flawless setting. It observes ‘Mata Murti Ka Mela’ with greatness and draws in the most extreme fans during this time. The rise and outrageous weather patterns make it available for just half a year.

Manasa Devi Temple, Haridwar

mansa devi temple

The word Manasa signifies ‘wish’ and according to age-old beliefs, wishes in this temple are fulfilled. The temple is generally visited during Navratri and Kumbh Mela. In prior days, the only way to reach the temple was by climbing. It is believed that followers of Krishna need to gain the honour of visiting the temple through their deeds.

North India is perhaps one of the most sought after pilgrimages for spiritual experience. Every year, tons of enthusiasts visit North India seeking fulfilment and blessings of Gods.

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Alisha Thapa

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