5 striking Hindu Temples Across the Globe

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As one of the oldest religions in the world, Hinduism has followers which spread across the globe. The famous gorgeous Hindu Temples outside India is the perfect example of it.

Here are 5 eminent Hindu Temples across the earth:


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Angkor Wat in Cambodia: The world’s largest religious monument Angkor Wat was primarily built as a Hindu temple dedicated to Vishnu by the Khmer King Suryavarman II in the early 12th century. But towards the end of the century this Hindu temple is transformed into a Buddhist temple. However, the most visited tourist attraction ultimately contained both Hindu and Buddhist religious symbols.


Pashupatinath Temple in Nepal: As strong followers of Hinduism, Nepal has consisted with Pashupatinath temple which is the utmost significant temple of Lord Shiva in the world. Every year thousands of devotees and tourists visit this straggling temple and pay their admiration to the Lord Pashupatinath.


Murugan Temple in Australia: Lord Murugan is the symbol of Tamil population. Sydney Murugan Temple was built by the tail community in the city which is the prevalent temple of the world.


Radha Madhav Dham in Texas, USA: Also known as Barsana Dham is the temple of Lord Krishna which is the largest celebrations America during Janmashtami. This temple is founded by Prakashanand Saraswati in 1990 in Texas.


Prambanan Temple in Indonesia: Dedicated to the Trimurti, Bhrama – Vishnu – Maheswar, the Prambanan Temple is located in Java. It is the largest Hindu temple in Indonesia which is built in 9th century. It is categorized by its tall and pointed architecture which is 47-metre-high (154 ft).