7 mysterious temples of India

Sun Temple

It is believed that in Konark Sun Temple located in Odisha, localites have heard the voice of girls and ghungroos after sunset. Interestingly, it was built in such a way that it allows the first ray of sunlight to fall in the main entrance.

Kaislasa Temple

Located in the caves of Ellora, the temple is the largest rock-cut Hindu temple. Approximately, there 30 million Sanskrit carvings that are yet to be decoded

Veerbhadra Temple

One big mystery about the Veerbhadra Temple lies in its hanging pillar. There is a small gap between the temple floor and the base of the pillar, and you can pass thin objects lika a piece of cloth from one side to another.

Mehandipur Balaji

In the Mehandipur Balaji temple, many believe that the sacred energy flowing through Mehandipur Balaji temple has the power to heal those affected by evil spirits, liberating them from the sinister clutch of black magic.

Brihadeshwara Temple

In Tamil Nadu, Brihadeshwara Temple is an ancient temple built by Raja Chola. Surprisingly the temple cast no shadow on the ground even when the sun is at it's peak.

Padmabhaswamy Temple

Located in Thiruvananthapuram, Padmabhaswamy Temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. The Temple has six vaults, but the entrance to the final one remains locked. There is an image of a serpent that indicates danger and nobody can open the door.

Venkateshwara Temple

The deity paced inside the Venkateshwara Temple located in Andhra Pradesh wears real hair and many times found sweating as well.