9 Temples where Non-Hindus are not allowed

There are 9 temples in India where Non-Hindus including Muslims are not allowed to enter as only Hindus can enter them.

It is similar to the fact that Non-Muslims are not allowed to enter Makkah and Madina. We have stated many times that Muslims are not the only ones in this world who stop Non-Muslims from entering their Holy places.

Temples where Non-Hindus are not allowed

Guruvayur Temple – Kerala

Guruvayur temple is located in Kerala where Non-Hindus are not allowed. The temple only permits Hindus to enter this place of worship which has been dedicated to the Hindu god Krishna.

The temple has a strict dress code in which girls must wear a blouse and skirt whereas women are allowed to wear sarees only. The men must remove their shirts and wear a mundu.

Guruvayur Temple – Kerala

Jagannath Temple – Puri

A signboard hands outside the Lion’s Gate of the Sri Jagannath Temple located in Puri, reads “Only orthodox Hindus are allowed”.

This triggered several controversies in previous years and continues to do so today too. The temple serves as an important destination for pilgrimage in several Hindu traditions.

Jagannath Temple – Puri

Kashi Vishwanath Temple – Varanasi

Kashi Vishwanath Temple stands on the western bank of the river of Ganga, also known as Ganges where Non-Hindus are not allowed to enter. The river is a holy site for the Hindus. The temple is also one of the twelve Jyotirlingas, which are the holiest of the holy Temples of Shiva.

Kashi Vishwanath Temple – Varanasi

Lingaraj Temple – Bhubaneswar

Lingaraj Temple is the most prominent landmark in the entire Bhubaneswar city and is also one of the biggest tourist attractions in the entire state where only Hindus can enter.

The temple is maintained by the Temple Trust Board as well as the Archaeological Survey of India. The temple has 6000 visitors per day.

Padmanabhaswamy Temple – Kerala

Padmanabhaswamy temple has been referenced in several Puranas and Epics. It was built back in the 16th century by the Kings of the Travancore Kingdom. 

The temple is said to be the richest temple not only in India but in the entire world where Non-Hindus are not allowed to enter.

In accordance with sources at the temple, the treasure trove is estimated to be around SR 53 billion or $14 billion.

Padmanabhaswamy Temple – Kerala

Kapaleeswarar Temple – Tamil Nadu

Kapaleeswarar temple was built in the 7th century in Dravidian architecture. This Shiva temple is located in Mylapore in Tamil Nadu. Any foreigner and/or non-Hindu person are not allowed inside the temple.

Kapaleeswarar Temple – Tamil Nadu

Pashupatinath Temple – Kathmandu

Pashupatinath temple is located on the banks of the Bagmati River located in Kathmandu, Nepal where only Hindus can enter.

This temple has been on the UNESCO world heritage site list since 1979 and was built in the 16th century by King Kirat Yalamber.

Kamakshi Amman Temple – Tamil Nadu

Kamakshi Amman temple is located in the historical city of Kanchipuram located in Tamil Nadu where only Hindus can enter.

This temple has been dedicated to Kamakshi, which is one of the forms of the Hindu goddess Parvati.

The temple is also associated with several great Hindu gurus. The entirety of the 5 acres of land of the temple is off-limits for any non-Hindu.

Kamakshi Amman Temple – Tamil Nadu

Dilwara Temples – Mount Abu

The Jains hold the five legendary marble temples of Dilwara as a sacred place of pilgrimage. Some even consider the temples to be the most beautiful Jain pilgrimage site in the entire world. The temple holds a strict no-photography policy and is also off-limits for any non-Hindu.

Source: Rediff

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