Unexplored and Spectacular Southern Indian Temples

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“A good traveller has no fixed plans and is not intent on arriving.”- Lao Tzu

This quote suffices our love for travelling which is shared by most of us. Travelling is a much needed break from monotonous life. It revitalizes you and relaxes your mind. You come back with abundant memories to cherish. You must visit these unexplored and spectacular southern temples at least once which stand out for their architecture and rich history. These below mentioned temples reflect the splendour of India’s antiquated past.

The temples are as follows:

  • Chausath Jogini Mandir:

It is situated in a hamlet called Hirapur. You will be surprised to know, this temple is built in circular fashion with blocks of sand stone. You will come across 56 idols of Goddess centring on the main idol of Goddess Kali, who stands on a human head representing triumph of goodness over vice…

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