Religious Experience while on Holidays to Sri Lanka and India

Captivating Hill Station- (South India)

Captivating Hill Station- (South India)

Travelling to the southern region of India or the island nation of Sri Lanka has a charm of its own due to the presence of captivating hill stations, gushing rivers, mesmerising waterfalls, beautiful tea gardens and pristine beaches. Beside these, shrines of several religions, monuments and architectural wonders built during the erstwhile royal rules make a visit to these parts memorable. South India tour packages or tours to Sri Lanka comprise scheduled trips to several revered temples and monasteries.

Shrine of Venkateswara

One of the most famous sites to visit in South India if you are willing to gain a religious experience is the ancient temple of Lord Venkateswara. This sacred place of worship is situated on Venkatachala, the seventh peak of Tirupati Hill. This is near Sri Swami Pushkarini, a water body, the southern bank of which is the site of this shrine. Lord Venkateswara, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, is the main worshipped deity at this place. This has been regarded as one of the most pious places for followers of Hinduism with its mention in the Vedas and Puranas. The main deity is established inside the primary sanctum (Garbha Griha) underneath a gold-plated dome that is housed in the primary complex.

Munneswaram Temple – A Place of Religious Union

Munneswaram Temple-(Sri Lanka)

Munneswaram Temple-(Sri Lanka)

If you are planning to visit a religious site while spending your holidays to Sri Lanka, Munneswaram Temple can be one of the best choices. This place of worship has been mentioned over the past millennium and is associated with the famous Hindu epic Ramayana. A total of five shrines are situated here, among which, the central one is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The other sites of worship here are dedicated to Ayyanayake, Ganesha and Kali. The fifth one is dedicated to the followers of Buddhism. During popular festivals, people from all walks of life come here to gather and celebrate the auspicious occasions.


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