South India Temple Tour Packages from Delhi

Southern India is culturally rich due to which it is considered a heavenly abode of historical monuments which are standing for ages. There are different South Indian Temples which are very significant in Hinduism and found mentioned in religious scriptures.

These South Indian Temples signify the Dravidian architecture which reflects the impact of different reigns of South India such as the Vijayanagara Empire, Chola Empire, Pallava Empire and Chalukyas Empire. One of the specialities of these temples is the beautifully carved tall gopurams which make their view stunning and must visiting place in South India.

Snaptours offers the best South India Temple Tour Packages from Delhi at very affordable rates. Through this tour package, you can experience the real vibe of South India which would offer you a peaceful environment that will rejuvenate your inner soul.

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So let us discuss the major temples which would be covered by Snaptours in this package.

Meenakshi Temple, Madurai, Tamil Nadu

Meenakshi Temple is devoted to Parvati and her husband, Lord Shiva, and is situated on the Vaigai River’s southern banks. This architectural wonder, also known as Meenakshi Sundareswarar Temple, is a bustling hub of culture and the arts.

The current building, constructed between 1623 and 1655 CE, was one of the top 30 candidates for inclusion in the list of the “New Seven Wonders of the World.” The temple’s halls, gopurams, and shrines have elaborate and opulent exteriors. Iconographically, the shrine of Meenakshi clutching a parrot and Nataraja’s right uplifted leg stand out as two very distinctive elements.

You would be getting the chance to feel the positivity of this temple if you adopt the South Indian Temple Tour Package from us.

Lord Venkateshwara Temple, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh

Sri Venkateswara Swamy Temple is one of the well-known and imposing temples in South India, and it is located in the hill town of Tirumala in Andhra Pradesh.

The temple, commonly referred to as Tirupati Balaji Temple, is devoted to Lord Vishnu. It is thought that work on the temple first began in the year 300 AD. The temple is beautifully built in the Dravidian style and has a long history.

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Ramnathswamy Temple, Rameshwaram, Tamil Nadu

Lord Shiva is honoured at the Ramanathaswamy Temple on the Tamil Nadu island of Rameswaram. The temple is also one of the nation’s 12 Jyotirlinga temples, which are considered to be sacred.

Following mythology, Lord Rama is said to have prayed to Lord Shiva here. Compared to other temples in South India, this one features one of the longest and most elaborate corridors. One of the char dhams for pilgrimage is Rameswaram.

Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple, Tiruchirapalli, Tamil Nadu

The Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple is devoted to Ranganatha, a manifestation of Lord Vishnu, and is situated in Srirangam, Tiruchirapalli. The temple, which is located on an island in the Kaveri River, is renowned for its architecture and legends.

Sri Padmanabhswamy Temple, Trivandrum, Kerala

The Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple is well-known for its splendour and beauty all over the world. It is one of the 108 revered Lord Vishnu temples, or “Divya Deshams,” in India.

It is the richest religious site in the world in the year 2011, a huge treasure was found in the basements of the Temple. It is believed that the treasure has been kept there by the kings of the Travancore Kingdom.

If you are planning to visit South Indian Temples due to their cultural importance, you should take the tour package offered by Snaptours one of the best travel agency in Faridabad. We offer customized tour packages to South India at very affordable rates. For further information, you can visit our website.

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