Omkareshwar & 9 Other Temples In India That Are Popular Wedding Venues

These temples are famous for celebrating traditional Indian weddings.

by Shreya Ghosh
Omkareshwar & 9 Other Temples In India That Are Popular Wedding Venues

One of the many fascinating highlights of India is the grand wedding celebrations. Every family has unique traditions and rituals which are both alluring and exciting. While talking about Indian weddings, we can only imagine glorifying decor, endless food counters, hundreds of guests, loud music, and extravaganza. Many couples marry in religious places such as temples in the presence of their close family members. Recently, a couple from Delhi got married at the Omkareshwar Temple.

Couple Celebrated Their Holy Matrimony At Omkareshwar Temple

Temples For Wedding
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Lakhan Chandela and Sangeeta Singh are the first couple to get married and begin this special journey of their lives at the iconic Omkareshwar Temple on Thursday. Lakhan and Sangeeta’s marriage celebrations at the Usha-Anirudh wedding pavilion of the temple were so elegantly beautiful. Locals gathered to celebrate the matrimony and there were also splendid arrangements for this special occasion.

It is expected that this sacred temple in Ukhimath will emerge as a well-known wedding venue. Concerned people behind this initiative have already started to work to achieve this significant goal. In addition to the Omkareshwar Temple, many temples in India are known for unique and spiritual wedding experiences. Moreover, couples from all around visit these sacred places to tie the knot and get married in holy matrimony.

From Amritsar to Rishikesh to Mahabalipuram, temples in many Indian cities witness the holy matrimony of thousands of couples every year. Many couples often plan to celebrate their special day in a spiritual place in the presence of their loved ones and near and dear ones. From Shore Temple in Mahabalipuram to the Iskcon Temple in Dwarka, India is home to splendid religious places for a divine destination wedding.

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These Indian Temples Are Popular Wedding Venues

Temples For Wedding
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From North to South and from East to West, India is home to crores of temples. Couples tie the knot in many of these sacred temples all around the nation. Among the long list of temples for weddings, some have indeed emerged to be the most popular and preferred places to get married. Some famous temples in India that are famous wedding venues are:

  • Golden Temple

Nestled in Amritsar, this is one of India’s most iconic gurdwaras. The holy place is visited by crores every year.

  • Padmanabhaswamy Temple

The exquisite architecture of this Hindu temple in Thiruvananthapuram will blow your mind.

  • Shore Temple

Surrounded by views of the shore of the Bay of Bengal, Mahabalipuram’s Shore Temple displays the beauty of Dravidian architecture magnificently.

  • Kashi Vishwanath Temple

A trip to Varanasi is incomplete without visiting the Kashi Vishwanath Temple and offering prayers to Lord Shiva.

  • Iskcon Temple, Dwarka

Multipurpose halls are present within the premises of ISKCON to host wedding celebrations.

  • Meenakshi Amman Temple

Nestled in Madurai, this historic temple is one of the most famous temples in South India.

  • Jagannath Temple

This holy destination is perfect as a wedding venue if the plans are to host a traditional Indian wedding.

  • Shri Sai Baba Temple, Shirdi

Shirdi’s Shri Sai Baba Temple is a popular location for a traditional destination wedding.

  • Brihadeeswara Temple

Nestled in Thanjavur, this temple dedicated to Lord Shiva is home to the tallest vimanam (temple tower) in the world.

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Have you visited any of these spiritual locations?

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