10 famous temples of Mata Lakshmi where visiting ends financial crisis

Goddess Lakshmi is considered to be the goddess providing wealth and prosperity. It is believed that by going to the temple of Goddess Lakshmi and worshiping, the financial crisis is ended. Must go here especially on Friday. Mahalakshmi and Lakshmi have many ancient and famous temples. Only 10 of them know.


  1. Temple of Padmavati: Near Tirupati is a small village called Tiruchura. This village has a beautiful temple of Goddess Padmavati. This temple is also known as ‘Alamelamangapuram’. It is popularly believed that the wish in the temple of Tirupati Balaji is fulfilled only when the devotees take the blessings of Balaji as well as Goddess Padmavati.


  1. Golden Temple of South India:The Mahalakshmi Temple located in Thirumalai Code village Sripuram, located in the district Velu in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, is called the ‘Golden Temple of South India’. Spread over 100 acres, this temple is located on the banks of the Palar River, 145 km from Chennai.


  1. Padmanabhaswamy Temple:Padmanabhaswamy Temple is a famous temple of Lord Vishnu present in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, but ‘Laxmi’ was found in vast quantities from here. This temple is famous worldwide for its gold treasures. The Padmanam temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu was built by the kings of Travancore. It is also mentioned in the texts of the 9th century, but the existing form of the temple was built in the 18th century.


  1. Mahalaxmi Temple Mumbai:seaside B. Located on Desai Marg, this temple is very beautiful, attractive and is the main center of faith of millions of people. According to the known history, this Mahalaxmi temple was established during the British era. At that time Goddess Lakshmi appeared in the dream of a contractor Ramji Shivaji and ordered her to remove 3 idols of the ladies from the sea level and install them in the temple. In the sanctum sanctorum of the temple, statues of three goddesses Mahalakshmi, Mahakali and Mahasaraswati exist together.
  2. Mahalakshmi Temple ofKolhapur :Kolhapur is a district in Maharashtra. The Mahalakshmi temple located here is said to have been built by the Chalukya ruler Karnadeva in the 7th century. After this, it was rebuilt by Shilhar Yadav in the 9th century.

The main sanctum of the temple has a statue of about 40 kg of Goddess Mahalakshmi, which is about 4 feet in length. The Lakshmi statue here is said to be about 7,000 years old.


  1. Lakshminarayan Temple: Oneof the major temples of Delhi, Lakshminarayan Temple was originally built by Veerasinh Dev in 1622, followed by Prithvi Singh renovated in 1793. After this, in 1938, the Birla Group, a large industrial family of India, expanded and revived it, after which it is also known as the Birla Temple.


  1. Mahalakshmi Temple ofIndore: In relation to the Sri Mahalakshmi Temple called the Pride of Rajwada, the heart of the city of Indore, it is said that this temple was built by Malharrao (II) in 1832. In 1933, it was a 3-floor temple, which was destroyed by fire. The temple was renovated in 1942. Currently, this temple has been renovated on the lines of the Mahalaxmi temple in Mumbai and given a grand appearance.


  1. Chaurasi Temple:This temple is located in Bharmour district town, 65 km from Chamba in Himachal Pradesh. The idol of Lord Ganesha and Narasimha along with Mahalakshmi is also located here. Nestled among the natural litigants, this temple is considered historically and religiously very important.


  1. Lakshminarayan Templeof Chamba :Located in Chamba, Himachal, this temple is an excellent example of traditional architecture and sculpture. This temple is the largest and ancient among the 6 major temples of Chamba. This temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu was built by King Sahil Varman in the 10th century. This temple is built in Shikhar style.


  1. Ashtalakshmi Temple:Located near Elliot beach in Chennai, this temple is about 65 feet long and 45 feet wide. The eight forms of Goddess Lakshmi are enshrined in 8 separate rooms on the 4th floor of the temple. In this temple Goddess Lakshmi is entombed with her husband and Lord Vishnu in the second floor of the temple.


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