India is a religious country and temples are most common spots of any Indian location. People of India worshipped many Gods and Goddesses of different religion. Some of them are very popular throughout the country and some of them are worshipped within a small city or village. However, the most weird and uncommon temple in India is of the demon king Ravana of Lanka. Here are 5 temples in India that worship Ravana.
Ravana Mandir Bisrakh, Uttar Pradesh
Bisrakh village is located in Greater Noida of Uttar Pradesh and supposed to be the birthplace of the king Ravana. A new temple devoted to Ravana is under construction with a 42 feet Shiva Linga and a 5.5 feet figure of Ravana.
Dashanan Ravana Temple, Kanpur
On the event of Dussehra thousands of people worship Ravana at the Dashanan temple in Kanpur for the annual customary. The temple is constructed adjacent to Lord Shiva temple in Shivala area of the city.
Jodhpur Ravan Mandir, Rajasthan
Maudgil Brahmins in Jodhpur are descendents of Ravana and building a temple dedicated to the demon king in Jodhpur. The temple premise will house a Ravana temple having idols of Ravana.
Ravangram Ravana Temple, Madhya Pradesh
The people of Ravangram village worship Ravana and here lies an ancient 10 feet idol of Ravana in a reclining position which is worshiped by all the devotees.
Kakinada Ravana Temple
Kakinada is a city in Andhra Pradesh and the only place in the Andhra Pradesh where Ravana was worshipped. The images of Ravana are seen associated with Lord Shiva near by huge Shivalinga in Kakinada.