5 Wealthiest Temples of India

Saibaba Temple, Shirdi:
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Sai temple of Shirdi is among the top pilgrimage sites of the world. This temple is a beautiful shrine that was built in 1922. The temple is located approximately 296 Kilometers from Mumbai City in India. It is the third wealthiest temple in India where millions of devotees of different religions and castes visit everyday. Shirdi is flocked by devotees and curious tourists who journey to this holy land of Shri Saibaba. The temple has gold and silver jewellery worth approximately Rs 32 crore and silver coins worth more than Rs 6 lakh.

Interesting Fact:
Like most of the perfect saints Sai Baba left no authentic record of his birth and early life before arriving at Shirdi. Nobody knows weather was Hindu, Muslim or Christian. So people of all religion visit shirdi.
On an average there is an inflow of over 40,000 devotees which reaches to a million during festivals.
The temple gets donations worth Rs 350 crore every year.
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Posted by: Mrinal Sarma - 27 Jul, 2016
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3: What is the problem if religious "Hindu"people as per their own wish and faith donated these all wealth to God and its servants?" Hindus"never taunt or criticise other religions double standards.So,ultimately people of other religions have no right whatsoever to criticise "Hindu"Gods,Religion,Temples,Followers.Just mind your own businesses.No personal grunts intended please.
Posted by: Hindu Rajput - 28 Jan, 2016
4: dude india is have 40% of the hungary people of developing nations...dont u think instead of making temples rich one should feed a hungry person ....

and yes once everyone in india start sleeping full stomach then we can boast temple money...
ishaan arya replied to: Hindu Rajput post - 09 Jul, 2016
5: I agree with your views. Sai Baba was not a god but a devotee and has lived a normal life. Now people are devoting millions in his name. All these money can be used by India govt for the prosperity of the nation and the peoples.
Mayank Rawat replied to: ishaan arya post - 02 Sep, 2016
6: Great article, some more details about richest temples in video format:
http://www.indiaunfold.com/history/10-richest-temples-in-india/
Posted by: vishal - 10 Nov, 2015
7: Awesome list, youtube version can be found at:
https://youtu.be/mF6TlNqEf1o
Posted by: vivek - 09 Nov, 2015
8: Hii thankx for the info. Nice article.
Posted by: khushi - 19 Aug, 2015
9: Your spelling mistakes, grammar and using the derogatory word 'idol' instead of holy images or statues is appalling. Editor, do you read what you send out? Or simply do careless cut and paste job? So Indians are 'fanatic' as you call out says?
Posted by: saga - 24 Sep, 2014
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