Temples of India: Cultural heritage (yes) or religious fanaticism (no)?

  • India has a very rich cultural heritage that is evident in its temples.

    Eastern religions, unlike Western religions, are actually philosophies. Their temples, though places of worship, are also places of reflection. Eastern religions are also more individual focused, so it is very difficult to effectively demonstrate fanaticism in Eastern traditions. In India, many of the temples are not only a place for convening with gods but conversing with dead ancestors or even just thinking. As such, India's temples are an important part of its cultural heritage.

  • Temples of India: Cultural Heritage

    The temples of India are an example of cultural heritage. Thousands of years of worship and community have existed in those temples, and to ever lose them would be giving up the symbols of those thousands of years. Religion has long been an important part of cultures the world over.

  • Religions create heritage time to time

    Indian temple has great sign for heritage and that gives the culture of india. Different types of temple has their own dignity of worship of lord shiv , bishnu, krishna and etc. And goddess durga, lakshmi ,kali etc. The traiditional culture and the present culture of Indian religions make more ginious of our heritage. Religions and heritage are two sides of a coin

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