Vishnupad Temple, Gaya

“Vishnupad Mandir”, which literally means “Temple of Vishnu’s feet”, is a temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu, in the ancient city of Gaya, Bihar, India. Located on the banks of the river Phalgu, the Vishnupad temple is said to be the exact site where Lord Vishnu had pressed His feet on the demon Gayasura’s body, leaving…

Sri Varaha Swamy temple

Sri Varaha Swamy temple is situated on the holy Tirumala Hills in Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, Southern India. The rock-cut temple, constructed in the Dravidian architecture style, is sited at a height of 853 metres atop the Venkatachala hill, part of the seven sacred hills in the Sheshachalam Hills range. The presiding deity is Lord Sri…

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