(Last Updated on : 28/08/2013)
The modern temples in India are a fascinating story of blending technology with tradition. These are innovative in architectural styles and designs as a result of meticulous urban planning and advanced level of learning. Built in modern era, these behold the devotees just like ancient and medieval Hindu Temples.
Modern Temples in India is a fascinating amalgam of scenic beauty as well as historicity and modern urban planning. Today these temples represent a multi-faceted profile that still bears the aristocratic imprint of its former rulers. Among them there are also the succession of powerful rulers. Equally impressive is the architecture with its luxuriant and exquisitely laid out parks and gardens, broad avenues and streamlined modern buildings. These are all modern characteristics, which were absent in the ancient one.
The Hindu Temples being built in this modern era are more innovative in architectural styles. Though the people all over the world visit these temples regardless of these innovations.
Some of the important temples of the era are as follows:
Chattarpur Mandir situated in New Delhi, Lotus Temple in New Delhi, ISCKON Temple in New Delhi, Birla Mandir, Khir Bhawani Temple, Lakshmi Narayan Temple in New Delhi, Lakshmi Narayan Temple in New Delhi, Sivagiri Temple in Thiruvananthapuram, Birla Mandir in Jaipur, Birla Mandir in Chandigarh, Medak Church in Medak, Saidham Temple in Ahmedabad, Kubera Perumal Temple in Tiruvannamalai, Rishabh Deo Temple in Ayodhya, Sri Viswaroopa Adhivyadhihara Bhaktha Anjaneyaswami Temple in Chennai are the glorious examples.