Top 10 Heritage Cave Temples of India

Temples have been built since ages and many new ones open their doors every year. As we all know India is a land of diversity and this is very well reflected in the temples across the country. The architecture, designs and the method of building, everything varies from temple to temple and all these shrines have their own uniqueness. Let us take a tour of some of the well-renowned and gorgeous cave temples of India-

Amarnath Cave temple

Amarnath cave temple is a famous Hindu temple located in Jammu and Kashmir and it is considered to be one of the holiest shrines in Hinduism. The soft and icy snow which covers the cave makes the temple more beautiful and a striking heritage site. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and the Shiva Linga here has many unique features-during May to August the Shiva Linga gets smaller and finally diminishes and with the phases of moon, it increases and during summer festival it reaches the maximum height.
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Posted by: Agnes - 21 Mar, 2013
2: You'll love it
Posted by: sumochen - 26 Dec, 2012
3: This is a list prepared by an intellectually shallow
Posted by: Vasant - 19 Sep, 2012
4: Thanks for the interesting information, I will certainly bookmark this and also dream to visit these beautiful places. :-))
Posted by: Patricia - 09 Aug, 2012
5: Missed an ancient cave temple at Bangalore, called Gavi Gangadhareshwara Temple
Posted by: Ramanna - 31 Jul, 2012
6: Vaishnodevi Temple has been forgotten here. It also is one of the most important and holy temples of hindus and hundreds of thousands of people visit this temple each year.
Posted by: Kumar - 27 Jul, 2012
7: since it is not a cave temple it not listed :)
Hemanth replied to: Kumar post - 29 Jul, 2012
8: Well Tiruparangundram temple in Madurai is one among them as well
Tamilian replied to: Kumar post - 28 Jul, 2012
9: Rightly said about the holy shrine of Mata Rani.
Sitakanta Behera replied to: Kumar post - 28 Jul, 2012
10: really amazing.....
Posted by: parvathy - 27 Jul, 2012