Bara Imambara is an imambara complex in Lucknow, India, built by Asaf-ud-Daula, Nawab of Awadh, in 1784. It is also called the Asafi Imambara. Bara means big, and an imambara is a shrine built by Shia Muslims of delhi for the purpose of Azadari. The Bara Imambara is among the grandest buildings of Lucknow. Its central hall is said to be the largest vaulted chamber in the world. Except for the galleries in the interior, there is no woodwork in the entire structure. It is now used by Shia Muslims for the purpose of Azadari.
Naimisharanya is renowned from the time of Satya Yug or Kritha Yug, the most ancient times. It is the holy place where many sages have performed their penance. It is believed that on visiting this sacred place, people are rid of their sins. Upon visiting Naimisharanya, man attains Moksh (liberation) and attains immense powers (the eight powers that are talked about in Hindu philosophy). These words and their importance are mentioned in various ancient scriptures of India. Naimisharanya is also referred to as Naimish or Neemsaar or Neemshaar.
Ayodhya, the birthplace of Lord Rama and is believed to be one of the seven most sacred places in India. Situated on the banks of Saryu, some 135 km east of Lucknow, Ayodhya was called Saket in ancient times. Ayodhya finds mention in several legends and stories including the epic Ramayana. India’s biggest festival, Diwali, can be traced back to Ayodhya when the entire city glittered with clay lamps to welcome the victorious Rama who returned home after slaying Ravana. The Atharva Veda has described Ayodhya as a city built by Gods and being prosperous like paradise itself.
The magnificent temple of Lord Pashupatinath about 5 kms north-east of Kathmandu, is situated amidst many other temples on the right bank of the river Bagmati. Pashupathinath is the guardian spirit and the holiest of all Shiva shrines in Nepal. Pashu means leaving beings, and Pati means master. In other words Pashupati is the master of all living beings of the universe. The temple is listed in UNESCO World Heritage Sites list.
The Muktinath Temple is considered to be a Shakti Peetha for a yatra. Shakti Peethas are sacred abodes of Shakti (primordial cosmic energy), formed by the falling of body parts of the corpse of Sati Devi, when Lord Shiva carried it and wandered. There are 51 Shakti Peethas revered by Shaktism, connecting them to the 51 alphabets in Sanskrit. Each Shakti Peetha has a Shakti shrine and a Bhairav shrine in its temple. The Shakti of Muktinath is addressed as "Gandaki Chandi", and the Bhairava as "Chakrapani". Sati Devi's temple on the forehead is believed to have fallen here.
Corbin City is a city in Atlantic County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the city's population was 492, reflecting an increase of from the 468 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 56 from the 412 counted in the 1990 Census. Corbin City was incorporated as a city by an act of the New Jersey Legislature on March 11, 1922, from portions of Weymouth Township. The borough was named for robber baron Austin Corbin.
The Gorakhpur district in Uttar Pradesh takes its name from the Gorakhnath Math which was build to honor the place where Gorakhnathji practiced his austerity. There are two temples that are run by the Gorakhnath Math one of which is located in South of Gorakhpur and the other one is in Gorkha district in Nepal.
Lumbini that means The Lovely One in Sanskrit is a famous Buddhist site in the Lumbini District Zone of Nepal. Lumbini is considered the birthplace of Gautam Buddha. Many a times referred as 'The Light of Asia', Buddha was the founder of Buddhism faith. His period is estimated to be approximately between 563 and 483 BC.
Tal Barahi Temple, also known as Lake Temple or Barahi Temple is a two-story pagoda temple located in the Kaski District of the Gandaki Zone in western Nepal. It is a hindu temple of the Goddess Durga (Barahi), the protector of gods. It is located in a small island on the south east section of Phewa Lake in Pokhara. The temple is used for worship by both Hindus and Buddhists.
The Kasi temple is dedicated to Lord Visweswara (Lord Shiva). It is known to be as one of the twelve Jyothir lingas of Shiva in India which attracts a lot of pilgrims throughout the year. It is believed to be the holiest place, due to the permanent presence of Lord Shiva, as Kasi Viswanath. This temple was destroyed several times by the rulers like Mohammed Ghori, Aurangzeb, and Warren Hastngs and was rebuilt several times. The present existing temple was built by Rani Ahillyabai Dikar in 1776 A.D
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