Harmandir Sahib or Golden Temple is a sacred temple for Sikh people. It is situated in Amritsar, a city of Punjab, India. This bright golden coloured temple is surrounded by a lake with crystal clear water. It was originally built in 1574. The temple has got four doors to enter which signifies the openness of Sikhism towards all. It was constructed by the fifth Sikh Guru, Arjun Singh, who completed the Holy Scripture Adi Granth and set it inside the Gurudwara. People irrespective of caste,sex and religion are welcome to worship there.
This thousand years old Hindu temple is located in Central Java, Indonesia. The temple is composed of 8 main shrines. The main temple is surrounded by 250 smaller ones. Wonderful bas relief carvings are enshrined on the walls of the temples depicting the mythical stories of Vishnu's incarnations, especially the stories of Ramayana epic and other legends.
Tiger's Nest Monastery is hovering perilously edging a 3,000-feet-high cliff in Paro Valley. it is regarded as one of the holiest places in Bhutan. It is believed that Guru Rinpoche, the second Buddha, reached this cliff sitting on the back of a tigress. Later on, he meditated in a cave. The remarks of these myths can be found within the monastery walls. Earlier the monastery was known as Taktshang Goemba which was first built in the year 1962 and later in 1998. Now days some restrictions are implemented for the entry of ordinary tourists.