Spiritual Monument

Hey Lovelies,

One of the most enjoyable things to do with your significant other or friends, in my opinion, is to travel. Experiencing new things and places with your loved ones creates lasting memories and deepens bonds. There are many spiritual destinations and monuments located all throughout the world for lovers and friends alike. Each week, I will introduce a spiritual monuments that would make a perfect romantic getaway or a fun trip with your girl or guy friends.

This week’s featured spiritual monument is the Brihadishvara Temple, Thanjavur.

The Brihadishvara Temple, also known as Rajesvara Peruvudaiyr and Brihadeeswarar Temple, is a Hindu temple located in Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu, India. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the largest South Indian temples in the country. Built of granite, it is well known for it’s quality sculpting.

The Brihadishvara Temple was built by Raja Raja Cholan and his sister Kundavai in honor of Hindu God Shiva. Built over 1000 years ago, the structure was made to represent wealth, artistic expertise, and power. It is also one of the few temples that has Ashta-dikpaalakas idols. The inscriptions in the temple are predominantly related to Shavism, Vaishnvaism, and Shaktism traditions of Hinduism.

The Brihadishvara Temple is a beautiful structure that attracts people from all over the world. It is one of Tamil Nadu’s most visited tourist attractions and for good reason. It is a place of rich history and heritage and a beautiful place for worship or meditation. If you’re looking to visit a spiritual monument or destination, then consider checking out The Brihadishvara Temple.

With Love,
Miss T

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