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Visit Indian Temples

04 Aug

The Bell use in every Indian Temples the actual meaning of bell is known in Sanskrit as the Ghanta/Ghanti is used in all poojas for invoking the Gods. The ringing of the bell produces what is regarded as an auspicious sounds. It produces the sound Om, the universal name of the Lord. There should be auspiciousness within and without, to gain the vision of the Lord who is all-auspiciousness.Bells use in Indian temple

The ringing bell of Indian Temples
Buddhist temple bells

Bells is used in a lot of Hindu rituals such as puja.

The bell is generally made out of brass. A clapper is attached to the inside and the bell makes a high pitched sound when rung.  It creates a sound of celebation A bell hangs at the gate of many Hindu temples, which is rung at the moment one enters the temple.

A bell hangs at the gate of Hindu temples

A bell hangs at the gate of Hindu temples.

So make your journey memorable by experiencing the spirituality  in Indian Temples,  And the Sound of the temple’s holy bells  will make you feel good.

 
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Posted by on August 4, 2012 in Temple Tour

 

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5 responses to “Visit Indian Temples

  1. tauromaja

    August 7, 2012 at 6:43 pm

    Bells are rather magical, aren’t they? I love the sound of the Cathedral bells in Mexico City. Along with the sound of the pipe organs, they are something out of this world.

     
    • Amresh Kumar

      August 8, 2012 at 11:37 am

      tauromaja Thanks for visiting our Blog.

       
      • tauromaja

        August 9, 2012 at 2:35 pm

        India seems like such a wonderful place, full of color and good food! I hope to visit one day!

         
      • Amresh Kumar

        August 10, 2012 at 6:22 am

        Yes India is a very beautiful Country, Please let us know when you are planning to visit India, so that we can draw out and exciting and reasonable package for you.

         
      • tauromaja

        August 10, 2012 at 3:53 pm

        I will definitely do that! For now, I’ll just dream of chicken tandoori and naan…..😦

         

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