Religious Places To Explore Around Delhi

Aug 21 • Traveling • 85 Views • Comments Off on Religious Places To Explore Around Delhi

Delhi is one city that has everything a person wants to see in the country of India. With a diverse culture coming, a harmonious population living under a single roof, there is no better place to understand the incredible India then to visit the city of Delhi. It is shown even more magnificently by the way the amount of religious places that are located around the city. So, if you believe in different faiths then book your Dehradun to Delhi flights and travel to see these age old religious structures around Delhi.

  1. Adya Katyayani Shakti Peeth Mandir: Dedicated to the Goddess Katyayani, a form of Goddess Durga. Sitting on top of the lion holding the radiant Chandrahasa in her grasp, Goddess Katyayani is connected with the furious type of Shakti and is one of the adored and venerated types of Goddess Durga. The sanctuary was set up by Sant Nagpal ji Baba in 1974. The engineering of the sanctuary is a mix of  Dravidian and Nagara styles. The complex constructed totally with marble is spread over 70 acres of land with lovely gardens around it.

 Religious Places To Explore Around Delhi

  1. Sohna: It is popular for its natural hot water springs and the antiquated Shiva Temple. It  got the name from the golden colored dust that was found in the crest during the rainstorm season. The springs are situated on the foot of an opposite rock, and are topped by a vault accepted to have been inherent the fourteenth century AD. The water is firmly sulfurous and its temperature fluctuates from 45°C to 51.6°C. As per legend, Arjun, burrowed these wells while searching for water. It is likewise called Shiv Kund, is said to have restorative properties and remedial impacts.
  1. Garhmukteshwar: Mentioned in Mahabharata, it is said that Garhmukteshwar was a piece of old city Hastinapur. There is an old fort which was accepted to have been built by the Pandavas and was later revamped by a Mir Bhawan amid the Anglo Maratha War. Very little stays of that Fortress now and one can just follow a few remnants.The name Garhmukteshwar is gotten from the sanctuary of Mahadeva Mukteshwar, devoted to Lord Shiva. This sanctuary is a standout amongst the most known and old sanctuaries situated in Garhmukteshwar and said to have been built by King Shivi. There is a tremendous Shiva Linga introduced inside this sanctuary which is said have been built by Sage Parasurama. The sanctuary gets a huge number of pilgrims amid Shivratri who throng to the sanctuary to have darshan of Lord Shiva.

Garhmukteshwar (1)

  1. Barsana: According to the myth Krishna solicited God Brahma to become like the hill. The four slopes are said to represent the Brahma’s four heads. The four hills have sanctuaries committed to Lord Krishna and Radha. The most well known among these is the Temple of Radharani, all the more affectionately alluded to as the Ladli ji Temple. It was constructed by Raja Bir Singh Ju Deo of Orchha in 1675. The new marble sanctuary connecting it is a later expansion. The town likewise gloats of a tank named Prem Sarovar that is accepted to be the initially meeting spot of Lord Krishna and Radha.

With so many religious structures to explore near Delhi, rest assured that you will have a beautiful time at these places. However, book your Dehradun to Delhi flights in advance as prices hike during the peak season.

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

Related Posts

« »