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India's contribution to the spiritual sphere of modern world is unique. From Vedic age, all that is pure and sublime in Nature's creation have been objects of worship for the Indian. Our history of ancient tradition and culture interwoven in temple worship and pilgrimage. The lofty Himalayas, the sacred Ganga, the holy Cauvery, the crystal - like Tungabhadra have all been his cherished pilgrim spots.

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Sringeri

 

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Kanniyakumari Rameswaram Madurai

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Bhadrachalam Mantralayam
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» Mantralayam

Mantralayam is a quiet village on the banks of river Tungabhadra. It is the seat of Guru Raghavendra's Brindavanam, where he attained Jeevan Samadhi in 1671 AD. He was one of the greatest pontiffs of Dwaita philosophy as enunciated by Sri...

» Hyderabad

This capital city of Andhra Pradesh boasts of a beautiful shrine dedicated to Lord Venkateswara, whose image is made of white marble. The temple, popularly known as Birla Mandir, stands majestically on a hillock facing the Hussain Sagar and offers a...

» Bhadrachalam

This pilgrim centre is known for the temple dedicated to Sita Ramachandra Murthi. The temple is situated on the north bank of Godavari in Khammam district. The hill is named after Bhadra, son of Meru, who did penance to have darshan of Sri Rama. The...

» Srisailam

This is one of the 12 Jyothir-linga Sthalas of our sacred land. The shrine is dedicated to Sri Mallikarjunaswamy and His consort Bhramarambika. The Devi is revered as Brahmani Shakti. The devout believe that one can attain mukti by taking birth at...

» Hampi

Founded by Harihara and Bukka in the early 13th century, Hampi was the famous capital of Vijayanagar rulers for two centuries. Once a showpiece of might and wealth, the city was ransacked in 1565 AD by invading Muslim rulers. The sacred Tungabhadra...

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