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Worship

India’s primary religion is Hinduism, with many nuances across different regions and so there are a wide variety of Hindu temples itself in India – and the ones in the north of India are a lot different when compared to ones in the south of the country, in many aspects that include architecture, language, worship practices, offerings, rules and regulations and so on. Somnath temple, Siddhivinayak Temple, Amritsar Golden Temple, Vaishno Devi Temple, etc are some temples in the North of India, while Tirupati Balaji Temple, Meenakshi Amman Temple (Madhurai), Mahabalipuram Shore temple. Murudeshwara temple, etc are some temples in the south.

Jainism is another religion that was founded in India and so there are a large number of Jain temples in the country, that mark the existence of this religion and its spirituality. Another kind of worship place in India are the Gurudwaras, which are sacred shrines that are a symbol of Sikhism - the fourth-largest religion in India. With thousands of Gurudwaras established across India, they are known to be some of the cleanest and organized places of worship in the country.

India is also home to a whopping number of mosques, Dargahs and churches, as Islam and Christianity are the second and third largest religions in India respectively. Jama masjid, Mecca (in Hyderabad) and the Haji Ali Dargah are some of the popular mosques and St. Paul's Cathedral, Kolkata, Santa Cruz Basilica, Kochi, Basilica of Bom Jesus, Goa are some popular churches in the country.