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13 Shree Lakshmi Temple In India

Temple is a Purification of the soul

Sanjeyan N

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India is very famous for temples, religion, and cultures. Many temples are constructed in different styles. 

Each temple has a great story behind it. Most of the temples in India were constructed by Kings. Many tourists visit the temples to known the history and styles. 

Bhubaneswar is known as the Temple city of India. Mundeswari Temple in Bihar is the oldest temple in India. Goddess Lakshmi is the wife of Vishnu. She is also known as the Goddess of Prosperity. 

Indian is also popular for Lakshmi Temple. Here are the 13 famous Lakshmi Temples in various states of India.

1. Mahalakshmi Temple, Dahanu

Mahalakshmi Temple, Dahanu | Shree Lakshmi Temple In India

Mahalakshmi Temple was built in 1306. It was built by Koli king Jayabha mukne. 

It is a famous Mahalakshmi temple located in Mumbai Ahmadabad, Dahanu. Many devotees visit this temple at the Navaratri festival to workshop God Mahalakshmi. 

Every year, a festival called Mahalakshmi Yatra is celebrated for 15 days starting from Hanuman Jayanti.

2. Mohiniraj Laxmi Temple, Ahmednagar

Mohiniraj Laxmi Temple, Ahmednagar | Shree Lakshmi Temple In India

It is located in the Ahmednagar district of India. It was constructed in 1773. Full moon day is celebrated every year from January to March. 

Mohiniraj Laxmi Temple is situated in Nevasa city. This temple is best known for Lord Vishnu. While Hanuman, Shani, Ganesha, and Parvati are also available for the worship of Devotees.

3. Mahalaxmi Temple, Hedavde

It is one of the popular temples in Mumbai. It was constructed in 1785. 

Many devotees visit this temple at the Navaratri festival. This temple contains Mahalakshmi, Mahakali, and Mahasaraswathi with bangles, golden rings, and necklaces.

Tryambakeshwar and Dhakleshwar temples are located one kilometer away from this temple.

4. Ashtalakshmi Kovil, Chennai

Ashtalakshmi Kovil was constructed in January 1974 by Sri Chandrasekarendra Saraswati Swamigal of Kanchi. This temple is dedicated to Lakshmi. 

This Goddess gives wealth, success, courage, bravery, food, and knowledge. On 2012, 32 kalasams were laid in Mahakumbhabhisekham. 

Gandhi statue, lighthouse, and Annai Vailakanni Church are situated near Ashtalakshmi Kovil.

5. Ashtalakshmi Temple, Hyderabad

It is the popular Lakshmi Temple in Hyderabad. The temple was constructed for ten years and cost 10 million to build the Ashtalakshmi temple. 

The design of this temple is borrowed from the Ashtalakshmi temple in Chennai. It was built bby Kanchi Kamakoti pedam. 

This temple has Adhilakshmi, Dhanalakshmi,Gajalakshmi, Santanalakshmi and Varalakshmi

6. Mahalakshmi Temple, Kolhapur

Mahalakshmi Temple in Kolhapur is also known as Ambabai Mandir. It was built by Karndeva. It was one of the famous Lakshmi temples in Maharashtra. 

.He was a Chalukya Empire. Navaratri, Panchami, Dusshera, and Rathotsav are the festivals celebrated in this temple. 

The temple was constructed in Hemadpanti architecture style.

7. Mahalakshmi Temple, Mumbai

Mahalakshmi Temple, Mumbai | Shree Lakshmi Temple In India

It is dedicated to Mahalakshmi, Mahakali and shakthi.It was built by Dhakji Dadaji in 1831. 

Navaratri and Dusshera are the ideal time to visit this temple. One hour is required to visit the whole temple. 

Haji Ali Dargah is located one kilometer away from this temple.

8. Goravanahalli Mahalakshmi Temple, Bangalore

It is located in Goravanahalli village, Tumkur district of Karnataka. This temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu's wife Mahalakshmi. 

It is built with south Indian Architecture and is best known for its multi-colored Gopuram. 

Tuesday and Friday is the optimal time to visit this temple.

9. Lakshmi Devi Temple, Doddagaddavalli

Lakshmi Devi Temple is built in a Hoysala style. It is situated in Doddagaddavalli village in Hassan district, Karnataka.

It was constructed with soapstone materials. It was constructed by Vishnuvardhana. A Hoysala Empire. It is the oldest Lakshmi temple in Karnataka.

10. Chaurashi Temple, Himachal Pradesh

Chaurashi Temple, Himachal Pradesh | Shree Lakshmi Temple In India

It is located in Bhramour in the district of Himachal Pradesh. Due to the presence of 84 ancient carved pillars, it is also known as Chaurashi Khambha Temple. 

The best time to visit this temple is from May to November. Kugti and Manimahesh Lake are important places situated near this temple.

11. Laxminarayan Temple, Delhi

Laxminarayan Temple, Delhi | Shree Lakshmi Temple In India

It is also known as Birla Mandir. It is dedicated to Laxminarayan. This temple was inaugurated by Mahatma Gandhi and constructed by Birla and Vijay Tyagi. 

Birla Mandir is the most famous temple in Delhi. It attracts many devotees during Diwali and Janmashtami.

12. Sripuram Golden Temple, Vellore

Sripuram Golden Temple was covered with Gold. It is a famous Lakshmi temple located in Vellore, Tamil Nadu. 

The special feature of this temple is there is a star-shaped path in the middle. It represents the value of Spirituality. It is located 120kms and 145kms from Tirupati and Chennai respectively.

13. Mahalakshmi Temple, Karur

Mahalakshmi Temple, Karur | Shree Lakshmi Temple In India

It is located in the Karur District of Tamil Nadu. This temple is most famous for Adiperukku which is celebrated from July to August. 

Devotees come here to pray for education, marriage alliances, and child boon. It was constructed by Krishnadevaraya.

So I think I mentioned all the famous Lakshmi Temples in India. This information is very useful for people who have lots of faith in Goddess Lakshmi. 

A Sripuram temple is very famous due to its gold covering. Every year Navaratri festival is celebrated in Lakshmi temples. Many Devotees visit this temple during this festival. 

These temples are important tourist places in India.

Do share your experiences of the visit to these holy places. Also, like and share this with your pilgrimage buds.

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