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7 Locations To Gear Up Your Religious Beliefs in Your 50s

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Time to unwind at these 7 religious destinations you must visit in your 50s to enjoy the spiritual life according to HolidayIQ reviewers.

1. Puri: Heighten Your Religious beliefs

Puri: Heighten Your Religious beliefs
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Nilanjana Ghosh says, “The legendary lord Jagannath temple - Must visit place in one's lifetime ...The temple is huge and worth visit! Jay Jagannath! It's better to visit early in the mornings before 9 am when the rush is low. ...One has to wash their leg and enter the temple premise. Entering is free. There are various small temples of different deities inside the main temple premise. For giving Pujas, one has to go to the temple office and book a puja from the published list.” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Bineet Nayak adds, “Anyway the beauty of the place is worth a visit and it was a temple of high worship so anyway it's a sacred place for Hindus. The temple of the Sun.” Read Full Review 

2. Trivandrum: Capital City Of God's own country

Trivandrum: Capital City Of God's own country
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Anup Viswanathan Thampi says, “Richest temple, not for display I have been living in Thiruvananthapuram (meaning Ananthan City, named after The god Maha Vishnu or Ananthan). The temple rose to fame after claims saying it is the richest temple ” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer manoj saini adds, “Old and wealthiest temple This is an ancient temple of Lord Padmanabha Swamy. The temple is very close to Trivandrum Central Railway station. Just a good 10-15 minutes walk from station will take you to the temple. The temple is by far the richest temple in the world, having tonnes of gems and gold in its vaults. People who proofs to be hindu religion are only allowed to visit the temple.” Read Full Review 

3. Vaishno Devi: The Landmark of Spirituality

Vaishno Devi: The Landmark of Spirituality
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Tanvi Gupta adds, “Lovely family time, wonderful pilgrimage...The Bhawan is very systematically managed, clean and everyone gets to worship properly through queue systems. The view is spectacular and reaching the main temple is a significant delight after the trek. To add a cherry to the cake try to plan your trek so that you reach the aarti-time.” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Kundan Kumar says, “Very religious place for Hindus. Must visit this temple, visited this place in April 2015 with family, we had booked helicopter and stay in advance. So it was not very difficult to reach the temple. Katra is very religious and worshipped temple and millions of people from all parts of the country visit every year. ” Read Full Review 



4. Guruvayur: Religious paradise

Guruvayur: Religious paradise
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Sunil Kunnoth adds, “Guruvayur Sri Krishna temple, Kerala Guruvayurappan is the most loved, worshipped and visited god of the Keralites. The presiding deity of the Guruvayur temple's sanctum sanctorum is Lord Vishnu. The temple is also known as Dwaraka of South India. It has another holy name 'Bhuloka Vaikunta, means the Holy Abode of Vishnu on Earth. The temple in Guruvayur, a township in Kerala, is visited by millions of people and mostly from South India..” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Akshayakumar VB shares, “every time I go there I feel I am new to this temple. It provides a fresh and divine atmosphere inside the sanctum sanctorum of the temple complex. Inside the temple, there is a special clock-room for keeping both mobile phone and luggage including the footwear. temple provides lunch every day as prasadam. ".” Read Full Review

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5. Kasargod: Land of forts

Kasargod: Land of forts
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Mamta Narula says, “3000 year Old temple with a story I went to Ananthapura lake temple today with my husband. We reached there around 11 AM....This temple is 3000 years old with a interesting story behind it. temple has lake on his all sides. And lake has a crocodile named Babia. He is vegetarian crocodile who only eats Mandir Prasad.” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Prakash Manjrekar shares, “A temple with unique architecture Madhur Madananteshwara Siddhi Vinayaka temple is located 8 km north-east of Kasaragod town. The Shivalingam of the temple is said to have been found by a "low caste" lady "Madura" discovered an "Udbhava Murthy" of Shiva Linga. Although Shiva is the presiding deity, Lord Ganapathy is more famous like in Kottarakkara temple and Vazhappally temple. This temple has a huge three tiered 'Gaja prishta' type sreekovil.” Read Full Review 

6. Amritsar: Heavenly Golden Temple

Amritsar: Heavenly Golden Temple
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Anbu Mathika adds, “The Golden Temple: A heaven Reaching the Golden temple will not be a problem for you as it is very near the Railway station. As you enter the temple, you should wash your bare feet and reach the interior part of the temple. The pond in the middle of the lake and the reflection of the Golden temple in it is a sight worth to see. You can have a bath in the pond and then go to worship at the temple. ” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Chintan shares, “Most beautiful place on the earth I visited the holy place in the evening hours. Let me start by first describing the approach road towards the Golden temple The temple is in the middle of the lake. Excellent lighting around the temple” Read Full Review 

7. Tirupati: Greenery and divinity together

Tirupati: Greenery and divinity together
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Neelima Nagabhusha says, “Great Holy Place in AP Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam is one of the well-known Venkateshwara temples that located in Chittoor district in Andhra Pradesh. Tirupathi turned as a famous Hindu pilgrim city because of Tirumala temple, which welcomes lakhs of people in a day. Devotees have a great faith in god (Lord Venkateshwara). ” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Kasi Venkoba Rao shares, “A perfect planning to visit Sri Venkateswara temple at Tirumala is required, right from booking of train tickets, Darshan Tickets and accommodation etc. A visit to Sri Venkateswara temple, abode Tirumala Hills is always a special one. We do not calculate in terms of money. ” Read Full Review 

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