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Unleash The Religious Panorama With Some Popular Temples Of Asia

Culturally and traditionally rich Thai city of Chiang Rai is the home to this wonderful shrine which is also called The White Temple. Brain child of one of Thailand's iconic artistes- Chalermchai Kositpipat, Wat Rong Khun is constructed on white colour with sparking reflections from glass mosaics embedded in the white plaster. The dominance of white signifies the purity of Lord Buddha and the calmness that prevails in Buddhism.

The sheer location of this Buddhist shrine is enough to fill you up with awe and wonder. Seated over a towering hill and on the edge of a steep vertical cliff (3000 meter in height!) near Paro, this monastery holds the myth that, master Rinpoche, a great Buddhist sage flew to this very site riding a celestial flying tigress. And accordingly, it is called the Tiger's Nest. Climb up to this shrine and feel the cocktail of devotion and adventure!

A pure treat to the human eyes, the Akshardham Temple in the suburb of New Delhi, is a mixture of style and magnanimity. Built solely in sandstone and marble without any steel support, this beautiful devotion center is a major tourist attraction in the Indian capital. Relatively new with opening in late 2005, Akshardham temple is an amalgamation of various architectural styles.

More popularly known as the Golden Temple, this Gurdwara (Sikh religious center) is located in the historically and geographically significant city of Amritsar in Punjab. A majority of the temple's architecture is in gold and the construction of the shrine took almost 30 years (1574- 1604). The fourth Sikh guru- Ram Das Ji is the founder of Harmandir Sahib which is still a leading tourist attraction in the country both for the national and international visitors.

Covering a landmass measuring 156 acres, the Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple in Srirangam is one of the largest temples in the world and undoubtedly the hugest in India. Dedicated to Lord Ranganatha, this Hindu shrine flaunts some tremendous specimen of artistic genius and engineering skills. The modern aspects that have seen light in recent times has given birth to several diversified notions about the concept of religion and devotion. But, no matter how different views might be on these two areas, we cannot undermine the angel of beauty and charisma of these temples and shrines.

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