The temples are constructed in India in remembrance of the Gods and Goddesses that a person or a community trusts in and has faith in. India believes and has faith in many different Gods and Goddesses and they do not step back in worshipping any of them. Sometimes a foreigner might scare to see the numerous numbers of powers being believed in. The temples are hence constructed so that a person can worship and dwell into spiritual thoughts peacefully. Temples are the quietest places on the Earth. Not just temples let be any worship place like Church or Mosque, the place is filled with positivity and peace.
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 Narayanpal temple is approx 37kms on the Chitrakoot road and near the River Indravati and Narangi. It is believed that the temple was constructed by King Nagwanshi. The temple is architecturally constructed east facing octagonal having an upper portion of seven chariots. As per the archaeologists, the temple was earlier a Shiva temple and hence the idols of Lord Vishnu were established. The temple has beautiful inscriptions and till date they are kept intact. The inscription has detailed portrayal of the happenings in the year 1110AD where the land is been gifted to Lord Lokeswar by Gund Mahadevi, the mother of Nagwansi King Someswar. Basically, the temple is an awe to watch and visit, built in the 11th century the temple depicts the Nagwansi art and its culture.
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 and mostly visited, the Narayanpal Temple should definitely be on your list to practice some peaceful and spirituality during your trip to the state that houses natural beauties, the Chhattisgarh.