5 most amazing and famous temples of the world


 There are many famous temples in the world. Some temples are famous for their history and some for their architectural style. Following are some of the amazing temples in the world...

1. Death happens after visiting this temple

Some temples are famous for their treasures and myths. But there is a temple in the world where a person dies when he enters.

If any creature, not only human beings, enters this temple, it dies. Hence this temple is also called the "Gate to Hell". Pluto is the ancient temple of God in Turkey. If anyone enters inside this temple, that person dies.

The city of Hierapolis in southern Turkey is home to the ancient temple of the god Pluto. The most important thing is that there is so much darkness inside this temple that nothing can be seen in front. Anyone who goes to this temple dies.

Not only that but the animals and birds near the temple have also died. That is why this temple is also called the "gate to hell".

Till today, many researchers and scientists have tried to find out the exact cause of death in this temple.

When researchers and scientists go to the village and tell the local people that we have come to find out the secret of death in this temple, the locals would ask them to give them caged birds and keep them near the temple. The bird died within minutes of being placed near the temple.

Seeing the death of the bird in front of our eyes, the researcher and the scientist would return home without knowing the secret due to fear of death.

What could be the reason behind it?

The cave inside the temple emits a large amount of carbon dioxide gas, as well as some other toxic gases.
According to researchers and scientists, if a person or an animal has 10% carbon dioxide in the atmosphere where it goes, that person or animal will die in half an hour.

2. The Shivling changes color three times a day in this temple

Shiva worship has a special significance in the month of Shravan. Due to this, many people turn to Shiva temples. New and old Shiva temples are found everywhere in our country. One of them is Achaleshwar Mahadev.

Shiva temples also have their own distinctive features. A similar temple is also a unique Shiva temple at Mount Abu in Rajasthan. Known as Achaleshwar Mahadev Temple, the Shivling in this temple is seen in different colors three times a day.

The temple is located on the Achalgarh hill, about eleven kilometers from Mount Abu. The Shivling looks red in the morning and orange in the afternoon. At night, this Shivling looks black.

It is said that Shiva Shankara fixed this mountain with his thumb when it was shaking. The imprint of this thumb is still shown today. There is also a tank there now.

There is also an Achalgarh fort near the temple. The fort was built by the kings of the Parmar dynasty and was later restored by Maharana Kumbha. At present only its ruins can be seen.

3. The dog outside the temple gives blessings to the devotees

We all go to the temple to seek the blessings of the gods and goddesses. But if you go to the Siddhivinayak temple at Siddhitek in Ahmednagar district to seek Bappa's blessings, you will get a cute blessing from another one.

On the way out of this temple, a dog blesses the devotees. Yes, you heard right. There is a dog sitting outside this temple every day and this dog is a pet dog.

When the devotee comes out and joins hands, the dog raises his hands and blesses the devotees. A video of the incident has been shot by a person and posted on social media.

It's hard to believe that this is happening, but watching this video will make you realize that this is really happening. Siddhivinayak Temple in Siddhitek is a very famous temple.

Devotees from far and wide come to this temple to pay obeisance to Lord Ganesha. This temple of Ashtavinayaka is in this temple.

Therefore, a devotee on Ashtavinayak Yatra comes to this temple. So you always see a crowd of devotees in this temple.

4. Famous temples in India where men are barred from entering

You may have heard of women being barred from entering some temples and there has been controversy over it, but there are some temples in this country where men are not allowed to enter.

Hinduism is the major religion in India. However, even in this Hindu Dharma, there is a great variety of customs and traditions.

There are also different rules for entry into different Hindu temples. There are many temples in India where men are not allowed to go.

1. Attukal Bhagwanti Mandir, Kerala A festival is organized at Attukal Bhagwanti Mandir in Kerala. The responsibility of organizing is in the hands of women only. The major festival, Attakkal Pongal, is crowded with women devotees only. The presence of such a large number of women in any religious place is recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records. The festival lasts for about 10 days and is celebrated from February to March.

2. Brahma Temple, Rajasthan This temple is one of the rarest temples of Brahma. In this famous temple, married men are not allowed to go to the sanctum sanctorum to worship Brahma. Even though a deity is worshiped in the temple, men are not allowed to visit here to date.

According to religious beliefs, Lord Brahma was to perform Yajna with Saraswati. But Goddess Saraswati reached there late. Then the gods completed the yajna together with Goddess Gayatri. Then Saraswati cursed that no man would come to this temple from today.

3. Mata Mandir, Muzaffarnagar is a stronghold like the Kamakhya temple in Assam. Here men are not allowed to enter the temple during the menstrual cycle of the Goddess. In the meantime, only women can enter the temple for maintenance.

4. Goddess Kanyakumari, Kanyakumari - Located in the southern part of India, this temple is not open to men on any of the 365 days of the year.

5. There are about 30,000 statues of snakes in this temple

The place of nature in Indian culture is invaluable. Everyone from animals to plants has a place of respect in this culture. The snake that helps the farmers by eating the rats also has a special place in it!

The cobra, which stands on its hind legs, has been a major attraction since ancient times. We see snakes with different deities in innumerable temples from Kashmir to Kanyakumari.

However, there is a temple in Kerala where you can see not one or two but as many as 30,000 images of snakes. This is the temple known as 'Mannar Temple' at Mannarshala in Kerala. Mannarshala is 40 km from the Alleppey district.

The original name of the temple here is 'Srinagaraj Temple'. It is said that Parshuram built this place and it is said that Nagaraja blessed him here.

A special festival is held in this temple in September-October. At that time, rice flour and milk are offered to the Nagaraja here. It is special that the right to worship Nagaraja belongs to the eldest woman of a family here!

This temple is very ancient and is spread over an area of ​​16 acres. The temple is said to be one of the seven wonders of the country.

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