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Have You Ever Been To These Richest Temples Of India?

Have You Ever Been To These Richest Temples Of India?

Due to India's cultural and religious heritage, we are still living in the world by lifting our heads. How many times has this gold bird not been robbed? Ever since Islamic rulers looted us, then the British did so. When we say that 'us' does not mean that our homes were attacked, but with a thought and planning, temples of Sanatan Dharma were attacked. Everyone is well aware that the people of India keep the money of the country only with God.

Even today, in our Hindu temples, it is the custom to send one part to the earning of every house to God. With this earning, the temples now have become so rich.

So, let's see the five richest temples of Hindus ...

1. Padmanabhaswamy Temple

The Padmanabhaswamy temple with the statue of Lord Vishnu is the world's richest temple. There are six basements in the 'Sri Padmanabh Swamy Temple' of Thiruvananthapuram, the capital of Kerala, of which only five have been opened till date. The cost of the millennium is estimated at Rs 5 lakh crore. Recently, its sixth cellar was being opened, but it is said that if it is opened then something will turn out to be bad. So this door has been closed.

2. Tirupati Balaji Temple

Our Tirupati Balaji God is the second richest God of India. Balaji Temple, one of the renowned temples of the country, has immense property. Located about 550 km away from Hyderabad, this temple is worshiped Lord Venkateswara ji. The total property of the temple is more than 5500 crores.

3. Shirdi Sai Baba Temple

The symbol of Hindu-Muslim unity, the temple of Shirdi Sai Baba is the God who holds the third highest property in the country. Built in 1922, this is the temple of God Sai. There are gold and silver jewelery worth 35 crores in the temple. Apart from this, the temple has around 8 lakh rupees coins of silver. About 400 crore rupees are offered annually in the temple.

4. Vaishno Devi Temple

Maa Vaishno Devi temple located in Jammu Kashmir, is number four in annual income. The highest devotees in the country come here. Every year hundred kilos of gold and silver ornaments are offered in the temple. The annual income of Mata Vaishno Devi Temple is about Rs 380 crores.