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India is having a history of its religion and culture. India is having various diversified religions there is Hinduism, Sikhism, Jainism, Islamic and Buddhism. Both religious and non-religious individuals are visiting religious places of India just to get an idea of other religions and beliefs. India is having Hinduism as its unique religion with many gods, goddesses, and strange customs. In India each religion is having its own importance, having different festivals coming out of different cultures and this makes India full of different colors. Indian festivals like Diwali, Holi in Hinduism, eid in Islamic, Lohri, and Baisakhi in Sikhism and other such festivals are celebrated throughout the year. The most religious cities in India are Varanasi, Haridwar, Rishikesh, Amritsar, and Bihar.
Varanasi or Banaras or Kashi which is in Uttar Pradesh is one of the oldest inhabited cities in the world and is also considered the cultural capital of India. Here you can also have the taste of marijuana also called bhang as here many government-certified shops are there that offer ‘bhang lassi’. You can also find this bhang sold on the street sides. In Varanasi you can visit Kashi Vishwanath temple, Tulsi Manas Temple, Bharat Mata temple and also there are many sacred ghats and the view of sunset and sunrise with the sweet tone of bells in the temple makes this environment the mesmerizing one. Harmandir Sahib which is popularly known as the Golden temple is the most important religious site of Sikhism. People of all religions and faith are allowed to visit this place.
Uttarakhand which is also known as the abode of God is also an important religious site of India. Cities like Haridwar and Rishikesh gives a good opportunity to religious tourist to experience Hinduism. You can also visit Chota Chardham that is Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath which is a chain of religious tourism that was established by Adi Guru Shankaracharya. Bodh Gaya in Bihar is an important religious site for Buddhism. This place is so popular that even an international airport is constructed here but the flights to this airport only come from Sri Lanka. This is the place where Lord Buddha meditated under the Bodhi tree. This is the place where Lord Buddha actually got enlightenment and it holds a very important place for the Buddhist religion.
Tirupati temple which is dedicated to the Lord Venkateshwar is located in the southern state of India that is in Andhra Pradesh. This is one of the most important temples. The tourist visit to this temple is up to 60000 per day. Other than this there is also a Chardham chain of India that is located in four different directions of India. In the North there is Badrinath temple that is dedicated to Lord Vishnu, In the south, there is Rameshwaram which is dedicated to Lord Shiva, In the east, there is Jagannath Puri which is dedicated to Lord Krishna, Balram his brother and Subhadra his sister and lastly, in the west, there is Dwaraka puri which is also known as Maya Nagri and it is dedicated to Lord Krishna.
Other than this there is Vaishno Devi temple which is dedicated to Goddess Adi Shakti and is located in Jammu and Kashmir. Hemkund Sahib is another Sikh religious site located in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. The Amarnath cave is also located in Jammu and Kashmir which is dedicated to Hindu God Lord Shiva.
These are some of the major religious places that can be visited in India to learn about different cultures and believes. These places are not only visited by local Nationals but also by Foreigners and they are also adapting the religious cultures of India. In India there are different chains for different religions like the Buddhism chain is in which all the important Buddhist temples are visited in a row. In the Sikh chain, all the Gurudwaras are visited in a row. In the Hindu chain, all the major temples and places related to the Hindu religion are visited in a row. In the Islamic chain, all the mosques are visited in a row. In Goa, there are various churches that are the chain for Christianity in India. These churches are also the part of World heritage sites of India.