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A look at world’s top 7 Hindu temples

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A Hindu temple’s iconography and architecture are founded on Vedic traditions, employing circles and squares. It also symbolises recursion and the equivalent of the macrocosm and the microcosm through astronomical numbers, as well as “particular placements relating to the topography of the area and the assumed links of the deity and the patron.”

Temples to Hindu divinities can be found all over the world. The second difference is that more foreigners visit than Hindus. These Temples have now become a major tourist attraction for people of faith.

  • Angkorwat Temple (Cambodia)
1.Angkorwat Temple

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Khmer King Suryavarman ll of Cambodia constructed this temple in the 12th century. It is now considered one of the world’s biggest religious landmarks. Angkor wat is the largest religious structure in Cambodia, encompassing 162.6 hectares. The world’s largest Hindu temple, constructed on the shores of the Mekong River.

  • Shri Subramanian Swamy Devasthan (Malaysia)
2. Shri Subramanian Swamy Devasthan

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Malaysia, Devasthan Swamy, Sri Subramaniam Devasthan is around 13 kilometres north of Malaysia’s capital, Kuala Lumpur. Is a long way away. Outside this cave, in 1890, a man named LK Pillai erected a sculpture of Lord Murugan, i.e. Subramanian Swamy. It’s the world ‘s highest Lord Murugan sculpture.

Murugan Temple (Australia)

3.Murugan Temple

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This temple is nestled in the New South Wales mountains, near Sydney. This temple was constructed by an Australian citizen of Indian descent who resides in the area. Lord Murugan’s majestic temple is situated in Sydney, Australia’s capital. As a result, it is built on the hills. Lord Murugan is regarded as the mountain deity. This temple is also known as ‘Sydney Murugan’. This temple, located in Sydney, is a centre of Hinduism.

  • African-Hindu Mat (Ghana)
4. African-Hindu Mat

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Swami Dhananand Saraswati founded this African-Hindu monastery. Irrespective of the fact that this is a Hindu monastery, there are a relative handful of Hindu followers here. All of the devotees who are sitting on the marble floor singing hymns are of African heritage. There is also a Lebanese devotee who has converted from Islam to Hinduism. Along with Hindu hymns, the Satnam Waheguru of Sikhs is recited continuously here.

  • Temple of Sri Venkateswara Balaji (England)
5. Temple of Sri Venkateswara Balaji

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This is Lord Venkateswara’s first temple in Europe. The Lord Vishnu idol situated here is approximately 12 feet tall. The Sri Venkateswara (Balaji) temple is Europe’s largest operating Hindu temple. It is dedicated to a Vaishnava form of the Hindu God Vishnu. The Temple is situated in the English West Midlands, in between the suburbs of Tipton and Oldbury, to the northwest of the city of Birmdham.

  • Swaminarayan Temple (London)
6.Swaminarayan Temple

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In 1995, this temple was dedicated. Shri Bochanwasi Akshar Purushottam Sanstha, which is dedicated to constructing a sequence of Akshardhar Temples, built and manages it. It is claimed that the stones utilised in the construction of this temple had never before been employed in the construction of any Hindu temple.

  • Radha-Madhav Dham (Texas, USA)
7. Radha-Madhav Dham

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Swami Prakashanand established this temple in 1990 on an area of around 3300 square metres. This temple’s pinnacle stands around 90 feet tall. Radha Madhav Dham in Texas, USA, was built by the Jai Kripalu Maharaj Council. It is perfectly arranged on Vrindavan’s strains. This is spread across 200 acres in Austin, Texas.

Epilogue: –

A person may come from a different caste, culture, or tradition, but when their lifestyle changes, they should always return to their roots. And these are only a few examples of how people remain devoted to their culture and traditions.

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