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Amayra Badoni

Student (Delhi University) | Posted 11 Feb, 2019 |

Name some miraculous temples in and around India.

ब्रिज गुप्ता

Optician | Posted 11 Feb, 2019

India, which is known as the land of gods, has its effects on the regions and places around it as well. So the temples which are said to be miraculous are not just situated in India but around the subcontinent as well.


Listed below are three of them about which I know.

1. Gadiyaghaat Mata Temple

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This temple is associated with an unbelievable miracle. In this temple, the lamps are lighted not with ghee or oil, but with water.

This temple is situated in the village of Gadiya, which is 15 km away from Nalkheda, Madhya Pradesh.

In the rainy season, the temple is immersed in the water, and the lamps are put out. They are lighted back after the rainy season.

2. Dhari Devi Temple

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Uttarakhand is famous for a plethora of sacred places and temples, but Dhaari Mata Temple stands out in all. This temple is said to protect the whole state of Uttarakhand.

The goddess Dhari is seen in three forms throughout the course of a day. In the morning, she can be seen as a little girl, in the afternoon, she is a young woman, and in the evening, she is an old woman.
Newly-weds visit this temple to pray for their happy married life.

3. Candi Sukuh Temple

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In this temple, situated in Indonesia, is found an Amrit Kalash (a metal pot having the elixir of life). The temple is in the central part of Java Island.

According to the legend, the Kalash was obtained during the Churning of the Ocean done by gods and demons.

The water (or the elixir, as it is considered), kept in it has not evaporated for thousands of years.