Temples to visit in Goa

1) SHRI SAPTAKOTESHWAR TEMPLE

SHRI SAPTAKOTESHWAR TEMPLE Narve Bicholim

Holding an architectural beauty of the Mughal era, this temple in Goa captivates everyone’s heart through its magnificent craftsmanship. The most important festival celebrated here is the Gokulashtami in which devotees from all around the world visit this place.

Location– Narve, Bicholim, South Goa

2) MARUTI TEMPLE

MARUTI TEMPLE Ponda

Once you are in Goa, you can’t afford to miss out the blessings of Lord Hanuman at the famous Maruti Temple. This temple depicts an intriguing history of its construction and the Tuesdays at this place is nothing less than a festival.

Location– Near RTO Circle, Ponda, Goa

3) MAHALAXMI TEMPLE

MAHALAXMI TEMPLE Ponda

One of the most visited Hindu Temples in Goa is the Mahalaxmi Temple. The deity of the entire population of Goa is worshipped over here. The sanctum of this particular temple has 18 pious images depicting the sects from the Bhagwat Gita.

Location– Ponda, North Goa

4) MAHADEVA TEMPLE

MAHADEVA TEMPLE Tambdi Surla

Often referred to as the Gem of Tambdi Surla, Mahadeva Temple is a historic temple in the beautiful city of Goa. The architectural basis of this temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and the structure is made of finest basalt stones. This place attracts nature admirers from all around the globe throughout the year.

Location– Sanguem, Surla, Goa

5) SHRI SHANTADURGA TEMPLE

SHRI SHANTADURGA TEMPLE Quepem

As the name suggests, this temple in Goa denotes peace and harmony. Surprisingly, this temple is located at three locations in Goa. The Hindus and Christians both worship at this place and it is really a serene place to visit while you are in Goa.

Location– Quepem, South Goa

6) SHRI DAMODAR TEMPLE

SHRI DAMODAR TEMPLE

Situated on the banks of Kushawati River, Shri Damodar Temple in Goa is said to be a majestic place to visit. The devotees believe that the River Kushawati can cure any skin ailments. The rituals and culture followed here are quite interesting as well.

Location– Sanguem, South Goa

7) MAHALASA TEMPLE

MAHALASA TEMPLE Mardal

Marking its name among the most bizarre Hindu Temples in Goa, Mahalasa Temple has a small pool of water inside it that relates to different stories. The divine experience is promised at this place and the idol is just serene.

Location– Mardol, Priol, Goa

8) MANGESHI TEMPLE

MANGESHI TEMPLE

A perfect blend of modern day art and traditional Hindu pattern, Mangeshi Temple is a must to visit place in Goa. This temple is known for its Deep Stambha which is at its best when lit with hundreds of diyas in the evening.

Location– Priol, Ponda, North Goa

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