Very few dare to visit the place during the spine-chilling winter seasons. Sometimes we arrive in unknown places and they feel like home. Spiti Valley is so silent and still ,mostly cut off from the rest of the world. In these modern fast – moving times, it is rare to find oneself in such a

Ajanta Caves trace their origin between 2nd century BC and 6th century AD. Ajanta Cave Temples are dedicated to Lord Buddha. Location:    Near Aurangabad, Maharashtra Built in:    During 2nd century BC – 6th century AD Dedicated to:    Lord Buddha Significance:    Listed as World Heritage Site Attraction:    Cave temples cut out of rocks The pictorial carvings

The Ramanathaswamy temple is a popular Hindu temple which is located in the island of Rameshwaram in Tamil Nadu. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. According to the Shaiva mythology, it is commonly believed that in this place Lord Rama prayed to Lord Shiva, to absolve all the sins which he might have committed

Counted as the holiest temple of India, the Trimbakeshwar Temple houses one of the most important twelve Jyotirlingas, a form of Lord Shiva. Perched on the foot of Brahmagiri Hills, the temple is situated in the pious city of Trimbak, which finds its mention in the powerful Mrityunjaya Mantra that bestows immortality and longevity. Built

Kashi Vishwanath temple is an important temple located in Varanasi. It is a famous shrine dedicated to Lord Shiva, Hindu God. It is one of the 12 holiest Shiva temples termed as jyotrilingas. Varanasi is also called as Kashi and Shiva is considered as the ruler of the universe. Vishwanath refers to the term ruler

Bhimashankar Temple is perched at the top of a hill in a small village called Bhorgiri. Owing to the presence of sacred Jyotirlinga of Lord Shiva, Bhimashankar temple remains crowded with devotees. According to the legends, Bhimashankar temple is associated with the story of Lord Shiva slaying the demon – Tripurasura, and concluding the saga

Kedarnath Temple : According to Mahabharata, the Pandavas had built the Kedarnath Temple where they pleased Lord Shiva with their penace. The temple was revived by the great Hindu philosopher, Adi Shankaracharya in the 8th century CE, when he visited the place with his four disciples. Sadly, the temple was hit by the catastrophic floods