Goa is much more than that it is known about. It is filled with an immense amount of culture, traditions, and has its history of every interest. Along with your fun and rejuvenation, if you want spiritual bliss, you must visit the Gomantak Tirupati Balaji Temple which is located at Kunkuliem Village in Ponda, Goa.
Surrounded by lush greenery from all sides, you will find both peace and happiness. The temple is blessed by Jagadguru Sankaracharya, the Holiness of the Kanchikamakoti Peetam.
The Balaji Temple in Goa is dedicated to three deities, Lord Venkateshwara, Lord Ganesha, and Goddess Padmavati. Managed by the Sri Kanchi Kamakoti Charitable Trust, it is visited by many tourists for religious devotion. The idols of Lord Balaji and Padmavati at the temple were donated by the Tirupati Tirumala Devasthanam. The idol of Balaji is huge and it will give you a feel of visiting the Tirupati Balaji temple in Andhra Pradesh, says the visitors.
Rituals at Temple
The temple is a center to kirtan, bhajans, worship, preachings, Kanya puja, and other religious programs that are held with all devotion and grandeur. They also allow the visiting pilgrims to perform various samskara.
How to Reach the Temple?
The Temple is approx. 22 km away from Panjim, It will take 37 min (by Car / Taxi) via NH748. Private taxies are available from Calangute, Thivim, Mapusa, Panjim, and Old Goa.
Goa’s history is very rich and the temples stand there for a long time and tell about the glorious past before intervention by the Portuguese and the British. The temples may not be bigger than in other areas of India, but they are beautiful.
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So, when you visit Goa, you can get some spiritual enlightenment too.