India Is Said To Be Divine India Or Incredible India And Has Specific And Most Relevant Reasons For It. Different States Different Specialty. Known As Cradle Of Modern Civilization, Haryana Has A Very Immenent Religious Identity Of Its Own. The Doctrine Of Bhagwat Gita, The Epic Of Mahabharat And The Presence Of Now Subterranean River Saraswati And Temples Scattered Around Kurukshetra Have Been Attracting Pilgrims From All Over The World. Haryana Lays A Very Beautiful Platform For Religious Aspects. Here Is The List Of Most Famous Temples Of Haryana.

Sarveshwar-Mahadev
Sarveshwar Mahadev

Sarveshwar-Mahadev
Sarveshwar Mahadev

Most Famous Temples Of Haryana

Sheetla-Mata-Mandir-Gurugram
Sheetla Mata Mandir

Sheetla-Mata-Mandir-Gurugram
Sheetla Mata Mandir

Sheetla-Mata-Mandir-Gurugram
Sheetla Mata Mandir
  1. Sheetla Mata Mandir, Gurugram- Amongst 51 Shaktipeeth One Of The Temple Situated Near Capital Delhi, Border Line Of Haryana In Gurugram Is A Marvelous Mata Sheetla Devi's Temple. She Is Said To Be A Saviour In Terms Of Communicable (Infectious) Disease. She Is Also Known As Masani Mata Or Lalita Devi Mata. 
  2. Mansa Devi Temple, Panchkula- This Temple Is Dedicated To Goddess Mansa Devi A Form Of Shakti, In Panchakula. This Temple Was Constructed By Maharaja Gopal Singh
  3. Sthaneshwar Mahadev Temple, Thanesar- The Ancient Sthaneshwar Mahadev Temple, Dedicated To Lord Shiva Is Situated In Thanesar, A Holy Town In The Kurukshetra District Of Haryana.
  4. Agroha Dham, Agroha- Agroha Is A Hindu Temple Complex In Agroha, India, Dedicated To The Hindu Goddess Mahalakshmi.
  5. Baba Rameshwar Dass Temple- This Temple Was Built By Baba Rameshwar Dass And Is Located At Bamanwas And Dedicated To Lord Shiva. Temple Has A 10 Feet High Shivling And White Marble Idol Gods And Goddess.
  6. Birla Gita Mandir, Kurukshetra - Situated Near The Brahma Sarovar In Kurukshetra District Of Haryana, Was Built By Shri Jugal Kishore Birla In 1952. This Temple Is Made Up Of White Marbles And Dedicated To Lord Krishna.
  7. Sita Mai Temple, Sitamai, Karnal- This Temple Is One And Only Temple Of Goddess Sita In India. This Is The Exact Place Where The Mother Earth Swallowed Goddess Sita Mata While She Had To Prove Her Purity.
  8. Bishnoi Mandir, Hisar- A Holy Place Where The Bishnoi Guru Jambeshwar Ji Lived. This Place Is Also Known As Asthdham
  9. Shiva Temple, Saketri- Shiva Temple Is, Just 5 Kms From The Mansa Devi Temple, Dedicated To Lord Shiva.
  10. Chandi Mandir- Chandi Mandir Is Just 15 Kms From Mansa Devi Mandir And Dedicated To The Goddess Of Power "Chandi".
  11. Bhima Devi Temple- Bhima Devi Temple Is Also Famous By The Name Of Khajuraho North India. The Restored Ruins Of An Ancient Hindu Temple Dating From The 8th To 11th Centuries Ce.
  12. Jayanti Devi Temple- 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.
  13. Bhawani Amba Temple, Ambala- In The Heart Of City Ambala, Temple Of Bhawani Amba Is Situated. It Is Believed That The Name Of City Ambala Has Been Derived From The Name Of Goddess Amba.
  14. Brick Temples (Kalayat Ancient Bricks Temple Complex)- Also Famous By The Name Of Kapil Muni Tirth. The Name Kalayat Appears To Be Derived From "Kapilayatana", Which Translates To The "Home Of Kapil Muni".
  15. Shiva Temple, Sohna- Temple Is Also Known As Shiva Kund. It Is Believed That After Bathing In The Pool Of This Temple The Skin Gets Cured.
  16. Kajla Dham, Hisar- Dedicated To Lord Hanuman
  17. Bhadrakali Temple, Kurukshetra- Also Known As “Savitri Peeth”, “Devi Peeth”, “Kalika Peeth” Or “Aadi Peeth”. Dedicated To Devi Durga.
  18. Eklavya Temple, Gurugram- Eklavya Temple Is Dedicated To Eklavya. It Is The Place Where Eklavya Cut His Thumb And Offered To Guru Drona. 
  19. Gurugram Bhim Kund- This Pond Is The Location Where Arjuna Saw The Bird's Eye Before His Arrow Pierced It
  20. Karoh Peak- Karoh Peak Is Named The Local Hindu Deity, The Kroh Or Karoh Deota


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