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6 Indian Temples in The 100 Crore Club

6 Indian Temples in The 100 Crore Club

The prestigious 100 crore club… A place where every Salman Khan movie resides peacefully. And no, we’re not talking about the Maratha Mandir. Although that is a temple for all our fellow Bollywood fanatics. But, let’s not drift away from our culturally rich Mandirs…

India is such a diverse country with equally diverse religions and practices. It’s no shock that we have around 108,000 temples in South India, ALONE!

Read on to find out which temples have made it to the list –

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2. Banke Bihari Temple

This is a recent addition to the list. Mathura’s Banke Bihari Temple is always jam packed on the weekends. The devotees flock to seek blessings. Over the past three years, this temple has gained popularity and now sees a turnover of 112 crores! 
Fun fact – The temple is rumoured to be renovated soon with AC halls for the devotees.

5. Mata Vaishno Devi Temple

Vaishno Devi temple is by far the most famous temple known to pilgrims all over. Located on a mountain top in Jammu, it is open to devotees all year round. Most pilgrims schedule their visit during the auspicious season of Navratras. The asset value of Vaishno Devi Temple is approximated over 500 crores! 

6. Siddhivinayak Temple

Located in the city of dreams – Mumbai, Siddhivinayak temple is frequented by 2 lakh devotees daily. On Tuesdays, this number increases to 5 lakhs! The temple is a favourite among the young and the old, alike. Also, the temple holds fixed deposits worth Rs. 125 crores. This figure excludes the sum obtained from donations! Isn’t that HUGE?

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