Sunday, December 2, 2012


   In the world many people living here. Mainly in India many people living here they followed many religions. They are living happy and like relatives.
Mainly in INDIA many temples built in ancient times. They are still not destroyed with climatic and natural conditions. This is a wonder. Which technology was followed by the people at that time? This is a mystery question.
Now those temples are famous in the world. Many people come and see that temples and their beauty worldwide. I show some pictures of those famous temples. See what a beauty it is.

  See the beauty of the Thanjavur temple. It is known as “BRUHADEESWAR TEMPLE” this is Lord Siva temple, this temple is a world famous, because of its age, structure and build process.
This temple built in Cholas dynasty. The Peruvudaiyar Kovil also known as BRIHADEESWARA temple, RAJARAJESHWARA temple at thanjavur in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It remains India’s largest temple; the temple is the part of the “UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE GREAT LIVING CHOLA TEMPLES”.
  This temple built in 1010 AD by Raja Raja Chola in thanjavur. Brihadeewara temple also popularly known as the “BIG TEMPLE”, turned 1000 years old in 2010.

  Kedarnath is a Hindu holy town located in UTTARAKHAND in India
This is located in the HIMALAYAS, about 3584meteres above sea level near the head of river MANDAKINI.

 Kedarnath and its temple exist from INDIAN Vedic purana MAHABHARATA, WHEN THE PANDAVAS ARE SUPPOSED TO HAVE PLEASED LORD Shiva by doing penance there. Pilgrims are coming from all over the world to this holy place.

 Badrinath is a famous of its holiness this temple in Indian state Uttarakhand.  Badrinath temple is Lord Vishnu’s temple. Here a wonder takes place, it is closed in 6 months in a year, at the closing time a joyti (fire lamp) is fired and put in the temple and closed, in closing time heavy snow is covered full of the temple. In summer reopened time opened doors that fire lamp is fired this is a wonder world famous wonder. People are come and see this heavily.