The temples in India are its routes, culture and uniqueness. When in India, one can witness not just multiple temples; in fact they are also built for different Gods and Goddesses. Indians have a blind faith on God, whom we consider as the creator of Earth and hence temples are constructed to worship the gods, to thank them, to show gratitude, respect and honor. Chhattisgarh stands as a state that houses numerous temples, various ones. The temples are as well a tourist destinations as some temples are constructed under circumstance which are right now impossible to reach like under caves or waterfalls.
Chhattisgarh is believed to have many temples that are constructed in remembrance of different Gods and Goddesses. Hence, when in the state, visiting the temples should be on your list. The temples are carved with awesome inscriptions and beautiful decoration. Visiting temples would give a person the utmost peace required. In Chhattisgarh, mostly the great Goddesses are believed like Danteswari, Mavali and Banjarin.
The Arapur Ganesh temple is purely a Ganesh temple situated on the Geedam-Jagdalpur road. The image of Lord Ganesh with a trident can be seen in the Arapur temple. The height of the idol established in Arapur is nearly 6 feet and weighs around 11 quintals. The temple is very popularly known by the locals from nearby and distant places and is worshipped by the pilgrims often. The temple is a must watch because of the construction and the difference that one can see.
People in India are non-atheists mostly and hence visit temples for spirituality. Thus the Arapur Ganesh temple constructed is to serve the spiritual, cultural and social dimensions and beliefs of the people residing in the area and of course of the tourists as well. The temples are constructed in remembrance of common Gods and thus can be considered as replicas. Temples are a magnificent reflection of our ancient past, the way people believed in different Gods and the ways they worshipped. The temple walls are inscribed with idol designs depicting and picturing the ancient culture of India.
Since the temples are worship areas hence they are flooded with visitors and pilgrims all throughout the year. The temples are mostly the areas wherein people can find peace and dwell into spirituality. Hence, devotees are always welcomes to the temple premises. Might this not be a different place of visit for Indians, but it is for people who are not from India. In fact, every temple has its own origin and is a must visit by any human. Visiting one of the greatest replicas, the Arapur Ganesh temple should be on your list to practice some peaceful and spirituality during your trip to the state that houses natural beauties, the Chhattisgarh.