7 Mysterious & Interesting Temples Which Could Have Existed Only In India!

These enigmatic temples in India are famous for a variety of reasons, including their unusual deities, exorcism rituals, and their age—some are more than 2000 years old.

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7 Mysterious & Interesting Temples Which Could Have Existed Only In India!

India is home to several holy cities and guru shrines. There are temples here at every turn, but just a few of them are peculiar, bizarre, full of mysteries, or unique in some manner. These enigmatic temples in India are famous for a variety of reasons, including their unusual deities, exorcism rituals, and their age—some are more than 2000 years old.

Top 7 Mysterious Temples Of India 

Here is an array of bizarre Indian temples that could astound you. See how many of the most enigmatic Indian temples you have heard about.

  

  1. Mahendipur Balaji Temple, Rajasthan: Exorcise Your Demons

  2. Kamakhya Devi Temple, Assam: The Menstruating Goddess

  3. Venkateshwar Temple, Andhra Pradesh: The Richest Temple

  4.  Stambheshwar Mandir, Gujarat: The Mystery Of Vanishing

  5. Brahma Temple, Pushkar: The Sole Temple Of The Lord

  6. Devji Maharaj Mandir, MP: Venue For The Annual ‘Bhoot Mela’

  7. Kodungallur Bhagavathy Temple, Kerala: Abusing The Goddess

1. Mahendipur Balaji Temple, Rajasthan: Exorcise Your Demons

Displaying the mystery of Indian temples, Mahendipur Balaji Mandir in Rajasthan

Every day, thousands of worshippers visit the Mahendipur Balaji Temple in Rajasthan's peaceful Dausa region to purge themselves of ghosts, devils, and other evil spirits. Extreme acts of penance, like dousing oneself in boiling water, hanging from a ceiling, chaining oneself to a wall, and pounding one's skull against a wall, are supposed to purge one of all wickedness. Balaji Temple is renowned for being one of the most enigmatic temples in India and is also likely the only location in the country where priests still perform exorcisms.

It is stated that once you leave the temple, you must not turn back to gaze at it because no Prasad is provided there.

2. Kamakhya Devi Temple, Assam: The Menstruating Goddess