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Hidden secrets in the Sri Padmanabha swamy temple The richest temple in the world, the Sri Padmanabha swamy temple located in Trivandrum in Kerala is a temple filled with mysteries and wonders. In recent years this temple has been the talk in news owing to the vast treasures that were found inside six vaults in […]

There are so many tourist attractions around the world, but Kerala is one such place that every tourist want to hit. Kerala receives swarms of visitors every year because unlike other tourist destinations that are seasonal, Kerala is a unique place that has something for every type of travelers and can be visited throughout the […]

The annual fiesta celebrated in a very pomp manner across India is the Festival of Lights called Diwali !! This is the religious festival icon of the country. As per the Hindu legends, Diwali is the day when the Demon King Naragasura was killed. To symbolize the victory of Good over the Evil, Diwali is […]

India, the land renowned for histories, mysteries, saints and spirituality all around. Since the ancient ages, spirituality has been a school of thought which insists on every human to embrace it for a peaceful life. India has been a center of spiritual tourism since many decades where tourists from all corners of the globe get attracted […]

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Vaitheeswaran Temple is a Hindu templededicated to Lord Shiva. Shiva is worshipped as Vaitheeswaran or the ‘God of healing’ and it is believed that prayers to Vaitheeswaran can cure diseases. It is one of the nine Navagraha(nine planets) temples associated with the planet Mars (Angaraka). The village is also known for palm leaf astrology called Naadi Astrology […]

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A debate arose between Lord Shiva and Mother Parvathi as to who was more powerful among them. Shiva claimed he was. But Shakti was too voracious in her defence on the debate to establish her claim. Angry Shiva cursed her to become an Ugrakali. Realizing her haste and violent argument, Shakti begged Shiva for a […]

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In South India, five temples were built for each of the five elements – Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Space. These are the Pancha Bhuta Sthalas. Geographically, they are all within the Deccan Plateau – four in Tamil Nadu and one in Andhra Pradesh. The temple for water is in Thiruvanaikaval (Trichy), fire is Thiruvannamalai, […]

It is 17 km distance from Chidambaram (one way). Pichavaram is one of the unique Eco-tourism spots in South India. It is the second largest Mangrove forest in the world, near the temple town of Chidambaram. The area is about 2800 acres and is separated from the sea by a sand bar which is a […]

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