Although there is enough research and articles already have been written on this topic but still I believe that putting up the bits and pieces I found will unleash at least a few things.

 Temples in India
India is the land of variations, art and culture. And it is enfolded with its traditional values and faith. The very intense connection of Indian Culture to the faith can be depicted from importance of Indian temples. They are the true example of conviction to the spirituality and existence of god. These temples are continuously spreading the fragrance of humanity, divine spirit and devotion. Indian temples are always an attraction to the world which made the travelers to visit India and fall in love with. The unmatched architecture, the feel of divine power, the peace of mind, the grace and the beauty of these temples encourage the whole world to come here in search of the ultimate power.

Temples in IndiaIndian culture is deeply comprised of traditional values and these temples perfectly describe the story.  There are about 33 crore gods and goddesses and countless of temples in India. Each links a community to that ultimate power being that holy place of living of God.

Well some of the very holy destinations known to me are: Vaishno Devi, Jagannath Puri, Mansorovar Kailash, Badrinath, Kedarnath, Khajuraho Temples, Konark Sun Temple, Golden Temple, Birla Mandir, Somnath Temple, Ranakpur Jain Temples, Ellora Cave Temples, Tirupati Balaji, Chamunda Devi Temple, Dwarkadhish temple…..and the list is going on.
Temples in India
These temples are truly amazing and eye bobbling. Peoples used to come here and just took away by the beauty and the magic they found there. The temples also served as centers for the arts since they would employ many artists to paint scenes from the Pauranic legends or carve beautiful sculptures.
 Temples in India
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India has been a destination to the art lovers from ancient times. Indian culture is rich and diverse and as a result unique in its very own way. Examples of Indian art are still visible to the world. Indian art encompasses Painting, Embroidery, Architecture and Sculpture-art, Music, Indian martial arts etc. Although all these art forms are so magnetizing that it’s hard not to talk about but still I would like to shed light to the sculpture art form which has established unmatched levels of excellence in India.

Sun TempleIndian Sculpture art is as old as the Indian culture itself is. Sculpture art is initiated from The Indus Civilization which is flourished from about 2500 BC to 1700 BC. Later, Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism developed this art further. Most of these sculptures Indian Sculptureswere stone carvings. This art is still alive and can be seen within the famous temples in various states of India. These temples are the magnificent examples of Indian sculpture art. Peoples from all over the world visit these fascinating locations to experience the beauty of these temples. Some of spectacular temples are Ajanta-Ellora Caves, Konark temple, Khujraho temples, Dilwara temples, Rameshvaram, Mahabalipuram and Sanchi Stupa etc which have stunned the world by their artistic work and beauty. Many of India’s current sculptures depict icons from Hinduism and Buddhism, as they did for centuries. Intricately carved stone and bronze statues of Krishna, Shiva, Rama, Ganesha, Hanuman, Saraswati, Kali, Vishnu, and the Buddha are all popular sculptures of modern India. Most of these sculptures decorated major shrines.

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