Temples are a thing of beauty because they differ in structure and architecture. Today, we are listing down the biggest temples in the world that one should visit irrespective of their religion because art has no religion.
The Romans built the temple in AD 150. The walls are decked with 42 pillars from Corinth and stand up straight. It was the largest temple in the Roman Empire. The archeological sites are decked in north-eastern Lebanon.
Meenakshi Amman Temple
Meenakshi is in the hub of Madurai, Tamil Nadu. The temple construction includes 14 splendid Gopurams or towers with 2 glided Gopurams for the prime deities. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and his wife Meenakshi.
This is one of the biggest temples in South India, formed from a single rock, an impression of Dravidian design. The temple was built by Raja Raja Chola I around 1010AD. This temple is also a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Tikal (Temple IV)
The biggest fourth temple was built in 741 AD with a height of 64.6 meters. It’s the 7th largest temple in the globe. Tikal was among the first Mayan cities to get fame in the Early Classic period (250-600CE).
It was the 3rd tallest formation in the earth behind the Egyptian pyramids. Its construction is heap-like and has a Buddhist souvenirs. It is situated in Anuradhapura in Sri Lanka. The dome has a diameter of about 95 meters.
The temple is one of the largest holy shrines and covers an area of 156 acres. It is 73 meters high. This temple is considerably devoted to Lord Ranganathan and also among the mainly renowned temples in India.
The fundamental monument of the temple has a height of 43 meters, a width of 96 meters, and a length of 110 meters. It is situated in India. It was built pink Rajasthani sandstone and Italian Carrara marble.
This was constructed by Shailendra Dynasty around the 9th century in Magelang, Central Java. The temple holds 6 square platforms, 3 round platforms, delightfully decked with 2,672 relief boards, and 504 Buddha sculptures.
Karnak (Great Hypostyle Hall)
This ancient temple was built in Ptolemaic ages. Karnak is fabricated in numerous diverse temples. The biggest and most popular is Hypostyle Hall, which has an area of 50,000 sq.ft. It is one of the most visited places in Egypt after the Great Pyramids.
This is the biggest temple in the globe located in Cambodia. Khmer King Suryavarman II built the temple complex. It was constructed roughly the start of the 12 century and devoted to Lord Vishnu.