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Beautifully maintained temple, by Ganges is really amazing. Serious large hall, open architecture and artistic stonework. A small museum on front provides connection to its oldness. When you see it, difficult to believe that it can be 1200 years old.
Bharat Mandir or Hrishikesh Bhagwan Mandir built in 789 A.D by Jagadguru Shankaracharya is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. City name comes from Hrishikesh. Temple premises have a small museum of old sculptures dating from 2nd A.D to 16th A.D
Bharat mandir is one of the ancient temple of india.
Main attraction of bharat mandir is the idol of temple itself. Idol is made up of a giant scarce ammonite fossil..it is said that this type of giant ammonite can only be seen at three...More
we had the most blissful experience in this monastery, not to miss the little museum inside! i love the back side carvings on the wall.. we sat and meditated also after circling the building. i love just this place and love that huge tree!
Our travels brought us to the historical temple, which has provided us with a better understanding of the cultural history. India is represented as a female Goddess, also know as Mother India, where she is worshipped here. The temple is eight stories high, with an...More