Hindu Temples

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List Of Hindu Temples In India
... This is a list of Hindu temples in India, by state ... the credit of having the highest number of Temples (Nearly 34000) and also hosts the most of the largest Hindu Temples in the country ...
List Of Hindu Temples In Indonesia
... This is a list of Hindu temples and their remains in Indonesia ... Some in temples Java have a mix of Hindu and buddhist features which has made attribution and original purpose against later usage difficult to ascertain ... Hindu in Indonesia is multi-ethnic, such as Bali, Java, Dayak, Karo, Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu, Punjabi, Chinese, and other races ...
Konark Sun Temple - History - Kalapahad
... The most popular theory about the root of the fall of Konark temple rests with the Kalapahad, the general of Bengal Sultan Sulaiman Khan Karrani ... some accounts Kalapahad was formerly a Hindu Kayastha officer, however he had converted to Islam ... He destroyed Konark temple, as well as a number of Hindu temples in Orissa ...
Malaysian Hindus - Persecution of Hindus - Destruction of Hindu Temples
... See also HINDRAF and 2007 HINDRAF rally After a violent conflict in Penang between Hindus and Muslims in March 1998, the government announced a nationwide review of unlicensed Hindu ... Between April to May 2006, several Hindu temples were demolished by city hall authorities in the country, accompanied by violence against Hindus ... On April 21, 2006, the Malaimel Sri Selva Kaliamman Temple in Kuala Lumpur was reduced to rubble after the city hall sent in bulldozers ...
List Of Indian Organisations In Singapore - Religious Organisations - Places of Worship - Hindu Temples
... Darma Muneeswaran Temple Shree Lakshmi Narayan Temple Sree Guru Raghavendra Seva Samajam Sree Maha Mariamman Temple Sree Ramar Temple Sri Arasakesari Sivan Temple Sri Arulmigu Murugan Temple Sri Holy Tree ...

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