The Scenic Landscape And Charming Rich History With Its Spectacular Religious Sites Have Always Enshrined And Added On To The Beauty Of Punjab. Punjab Has Not Only Rich Agricultural Productivity But Has Many Religious Temples To Visit. While Exploring The Most Propitious Places In The State Of Punjab One Can Find The Most Beautiful Temples Located All Around. These Temples Speak About Their Rich Historical Culture Related To The Beliefs Of The Temple Of The All Religions. One Can Quench His Religious Thirst By Exploring The Various Temples Of Punjab. Here Is The List Of Most Famous Temples Of Punjab.....

Golden Temple, Amritsar

Golden Temple, Amritsar

Most Famous 15 Temples Of Punjab

  1. Ram Tirth, Amritsar- This Place Is Dedicated To Maharishi Valmiki. This Place Is The Birth Place Of Lava And Kusha, Sons Of Rama Chandra. At This Place Mahaishi Valmiki Gave Shelter To Mata Sita, Wife Of Rama Chandra When She Was Abandoned After The Lanka Victory.
  2. Lakshmi Narain Temple, Amritsar (Shri Durgiana Tirth)- This Temple Is Dedicated To Goddess Durga And Constructed In Pattern Of Golden Temple Of Sikh. The Main Temple Is In The Center Of The Sarovar And Has The Beautiful Idols Of Goddess Durga And Ganesha.
  3. Bhagwathi Mandir, Bathinda- This Temple Is Dedicated To Goddess Bhagwati, The Presiding Deity Of Jwalamukhi. It Is Said That The Two Devotees Of Devi Bhagwati Wer Proceed Towards The Jwalamukhi Temple For Offering Their Prayers But The Deity Of Jwalamukhi Temple Appeared Before Them And Said To Have Blessed The Devotees In There Own Town. This Is How The Bhaghwati Temple Come To Existance.
  4. Shiv Mandir, Jalandhar- This Temple Is Located At Gur Mandi Of Jalandhar, Was Founded By The Nawab Of Sultanpur Lodhi Who Built The Temple Near The Maszid Imam Nasar. Temple Exhibits A Blend Of Muslim And Hindu Architecture.
  5. Sodal Mandir, Jalandhar- This Temple Is Dedicated To The Immortal Legend Named Baba Sodal In Jalandhar. A Fair Is Organized Every Year On Anant Chodas At This Place. People From All Religion Attend The Festivities And Show In Pursuit Of Justifying The Fulfilled Blessings At This Holy Place.
  6. Kali Devi Temple, Patiala- This Temple Is Dedicated To Goddess Kali And Is Situated Just Opposite To The Baradwari Garden On The Mall Road Of Patiala. Temple Was Built By The Sikh Ruler Maharaja Bhupinder Singh. Now This Temple Is Declared A National Monument.
  7. Mansa Devi Mandir, Panchkula- This Temple Is Dedicated To Goddess Mansa Devi A Form Of Shakti, In Panchakula. This Temple Was Constructed By Maharaja Gopal Singh
  8. Jayanti Devi Mandir, Ropar- Pandavas Built A Temple Of Jayanti Devi By The Name Of Goddess Of Victory. Jayanti Devi Is Considered To Be Very Senstive And Benevolent Goddess Who Listens To The Prayers Of Her Devotees. She Is One Of The Seven Sisters Of Goddess Of The Kangra Valley.
  9. Golden Temple, Amritsar- Golden Temple Is The Holiest Religious Place Of Sikhs Built By Guru Ramdas In 1577. 
  10. Mukteshwar Mahadev Temple, Pathankot- Mukteshwar Mahadev Temple Is Locate Near Pathankot Is Dedicated To Lord Shiva. There Are Some Caves Near Temple Which Date To The Time Of The Mahabharata. Some Said That Pandavas Stayed In Those Caves During Exile Period
  11. Panch Mandir, Kapurthala- This Temple Is Situated In Kapurthala And Dedicated To Hindu Gods And Goddess. Temple Was Constructed By Fateh Singh Ahluwalia. Main Temple Has Small Five Temples That's Why This Temple Is Called Panch Temple.
  12. Shri Devi Talab Mandir Jalandhar- This Temple Is Dedicated To Goddess Durga And Situated In The Heart Of City Jalandhar.
  13. Gurudwara Fatehgarh Sahib, Fatehgarh Sahib- Gurudwara Fatehgarh Sahib Is Known For The Martyrdom Of Younger Sons Of Guru Govind Singh, Who Were Bricked Up Alive In 1704 By Wazir Khan. Sikhs Captured This Area Under The Leadership Of Banda Bahadur In 1710.
  14. Gurudwara Sri Tarn Taran Sahib, Tarn Taran Sahib- This Gurudwara Was Constructed By The Fifth Sikh Guru Arjan Dev Ji In Tarn Taran City In 1590. This Gurudwara Is Famous For The Monthly Gathering On The Day Of The Amavas
  15. Shiv Narayan Mandir, Mohali


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