Which is the most sacred place in Hinduism?

Where is the sacred place of Hinduism?

The seven holiest Hindu cities are said to be the sites of events recounted in mythological texts: Kashi (modern Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh), where the god Shiva founded a shrine of purification; Oudh (modern Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh), birthplace of the god Rama; Mathura (in Uttar Pradesh), scene of Krishna’s nativity; …

Which is the holiest city of India?

Varanasi is the holiest of all and it is favorite to lord Shiva, thus it is often referred as City of Lord Shiva. In Hinduism, one should visit the major temples in Varanasi in his/her life. Ujjain, also known by the ancient name Avanti, has one of the 12 Jyotirlingas installed in the Mahakaleshwar Temple.

Which is the holiest city in the world?

Europe

City Country Religion(s)
Vatican City Vatican City Christianity
Walsingham England Christianity
Warsaw Poland Christianity
Leeds England Christianity

Who is the main god in Hinduism?

Contrary to popular understanding, Hindus recognise one God, Brahman, the eternal origin who is the cause and foundation of all existence. The gods of the Hindu faith represent different expressions of Brahman.

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