South India Temples

South India, in particular, is famous for its ancient traditional and cultural heritage in the form of temples. Representing Dravidian architecture with elaborate sculptures adorning its walls and ceilings, the temples of South India are immaculate. The other factor that makes South India rich is that most of the temples adhere to strict rituals and some are so strict that they even restrict the non-Hindus from entering the premises. Few of the legendary temples, which are most revered are Tirupati Venkateswara Temple and the Kalahasteeswara Temple. They are the oldest temples of Andhra Pradesh along with Alampur Brahma temples of Badami as well. There are temples built by Kakatiyas of Warangal from 11th to 14th centuries making South India temple tours richer than imagined.

Popular Temples of South India

Somnathpur Temple

Somnathpur temples in Karnataka are the windows to the rich historical past of Karnataka. As soon as you lay eyes on these temples

Meenakshi Temple

The Sri Meenakshi Sundareswara temple and Madurai city originated together. According to tradition,



Sabarimala Temple

Sabarimala is a renowned pilgrim centre atop the rugged hills of the Western Ghats. This holy shrine is dedicated to Lord Ayyappa.

Rameshwaram Temple

A pilgrimage to Rameshwaram is among the important injunctions laid on the Hindu from time immemorial. It is connected by tradition with Kashi.