Temple-on-banknote

Temple on banknote

19 Sep 2020  Sat

Temple is the house or the adobe of divine, it is a place where everyone human being despite religion, caste and creed visit to find its routes and peace. For many a temple is an ultimate place for worship, every individual has their own perception when it comes to the sanctum of gods. The oldest reference of temple or house of gods is found in many civilizations across the globe. Arguably the world’s oldest known temple is the Gobekli Tepe. .

The earliest written evidence about the temple is spectacular described in the Rig Veda through the adobe of lord Varuna is described to have a huge structure with thousand pillars made of gold and silver. In Indian traditions temple is referred by many names like Mandir, Mandira, Ambalam, Gudi, Kavu, Koil, Kovil, Déul, Raul, Devasthana, Degul, Deva Mandiraya and Devalaya. This aspect of Indian culture is beautifully depicted in the new series of banknote issued after demonetization; it illustrates the beautiful concept of the temple on banknotes.

To know more about temples read our blog temples on banknote. It will give valuable information about few of the most valuable temples in India.

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