Top 10 Mysterious Temples From India

Here is list of Top 10 Mysterious Temples From India

10. Kailasa Temple, Ellora Cave

This is the only temple to carve out an entire mountain to build a majestic temple complex. One can imagine the quantity of rock chiseled out with intricate carving to create this monumental monument. It may have taken the building a century or more. Archeologists are puzzled, but they are delighted that this could have been designed with extraterrestrial technology or support.

9. Lepakshi Veerabhadra Temple

The temple of Lepakshi is renowned for a hanging pillar that does not touch the ground. Despite its enormous weight, it remains together in the top years. During the British age, it is said; a British engineer tried to move it to reveal its help secret but failed. One can insert thin items such as paper or fabric between the floor and the pillar to push it to another side. Nobody knows if it’s an architectural marvel or if it’s naturally created.

8. Sugali Mata Temple, Marwar, Rajasthan

This temple has to solve a mystery tale. Here the deities have a tilted neck and stay tilted at all times. The sculpture was changed by several** tries** and made the neck straight. But over time, the neck is also shifting to the tilt position to the left. The sculpture that rectified the tilted neck is confirmed to fall sick. A mystery that has yet to be answered.

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7. Shree Padmanabhaswamy Temple, Trivandrum, Kerala

It became the world’s richest shrine in 2015. Approximately six vaults were opened holding a gold coin worth $22 billion (800 kg). But the last secret door still has to be opened to date. This enigmatic door is made entirely of steel, but it has not used a single nut or bolt. It is believed that only Sadhus who knows how to chant the” Garuda Mantra” can open the door. Curious about its substance is the whole world. It’s a mystery to date.

6. Brihadeeswara Temple, Tanjavur, Tamil Nadu

This great temple was built in 1010CE at Tanjavur, Tamil Nadu. The round apex structure (The Kumbam) is carved from a single granite rock and is situated at the top of the 80 metric tons temple. The mystery is how this single stone, which is about 216 feet high, has been held at the top for over 1000 years ago. During that time, no modern equipment was available.