The Online Compendium of Indian Temples

List of all Temples arranged by date of posting

Lakshmi Narayan Mandir Mahadevpura

Lakshmi Narayan Temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi.It was constructed in the year 1905. The inner side of the temple is built with marble. Late Jamnalal has unlocked the temple in 19th July 1928 for ‘Harihans’. Near the temple, a medical shop is opened free for poor people. Various books of Sanskrit, Prakrit, and Ved, Upnishades, Bhagwat in Hindi languages are available in the temple's library. A guest house of the trust is near the Railway Station.

Koteshwar Mandir Gove

Koteshwar Mandir is a noteworthy vacation spot situated in Gove of Satara District in Maharashtra. Gove is a Village in Satara Taluka in Satara District of Maharashtra, India. It has a place with Desh or Paschim Maharashtra area. It is found 13 KM towards North from District head quarters Satara and 214 KM from State capital Mumbai. Koteshwar Mandir is devoted to Lord Shiva and was constructed in the sixteenth century.

Swayambhu Ganpati Temple Ratnagiri

The Swayambhu Ganpati Temple is one of the most renowned and striking attractions of Ganapatipule. It has been dedicated to Lord Ganpati and the idol of the God inside the temple is built of pule, white sand, and it is also said that this idol has originated by itself and nobody has made it ever. Apart from this one, there is also another idol of the God placed in the Sanctum Sanctorum which is made up of copper. It portrays the Lord astride on a lion. The idol is placed so perfectly that at sunrise and sunset, the golden beam of the sun infiltrate and lights the idol.

Pardeshwar Temple Parbhni

The temple is made of marble. In the sanctum of the temple, the idol of Lord Shiva is seen along with Devi Annapurna. The complex of the temple is spread over an area of 4000 sqm m of land. The Shiva Linga of this temple is made of Parad and weighs around 250 kg. It is considered to be the largest of its kind.

Siddheshwar And Ratneshwar Temple Latur

The intricate carvings of mythological characters on walls of Siddheshwar and Ratneshwar temple are perhaps the first thing that will grab the attention of the devotees who visit this temple. This temple was originally built by King Tamradwaj as a mark of respect to Lord Siddharameshwar of Solapur. It lies at a distance of 2 km from the city of Latur in Maharashtra.

Mando Devi and Suryadeo Temple Bagheda

Mando Devi and Suryadeo Temple are situated in the Goregaon tehsil. The Suryadeo Temple meaning the Sun God is located on the hillock. The Mando Devi Temple is associated with the reincarnation of the Goddess and is thronged by worshippers during Navratri. Mando Devi Temple is situated over the hillocks worshipped by devotee especially in ‘Navratra Festival’. The mando Devi is basically Reincarnation of Goddess. Temple of Suryadeo has situated on the nearby hillock, Picturesque location of the tank. Suryadeo is basically ‘Sun God’.