Life these days has become so much busy that we humans don’t even get a time to spend some of a quality time in peace. Having so many spiritual places in this world its not easy to choose a destination where you can visit and take out all your stress and give peace to your soul. Spiritual place not only are sacred but also helps us to known ourselves in a better way and take life as a gift from a God. In this article, we have listed 10 most spiritual places in the world that are known for its scenery beauty and spiritual power.
Al-Quds is the Arabic name for the city of Jerusalem. Al-Quds is a short form of Beit al-Quds that means “to be holy”, “to be pure”. Jerusalem is one of the most oldest cities in the world and is considered as the most sacred and spiritual city by all the followers of three Abrahamic faiths- Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Jerusalem has been sacred to Judaism, Christianity and Islam for almost 3000, 2000 and 1400 years respectively.
2. Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Australia
Uluru, Ayers Rock, is one of the most recognized landmarks in Australia, and is an 1,100 feet high, flat-top rock that is six miles in circumference. This rock is sacred to the Anangu people of the Pitjantjatjara Aboriginal tribe.
3. Mount Kailash, Tibet
Mount Kailash is a black mountain located in western Tibet and is sacred to Buddhists, Jains and Hindus. It is considered as the most spiritual places in the world where it is said that souls get sacred and mind gets peace.
4. Cenote Sagrado, Mexico
Located near the major Mayan archaeological site Chichen Itza in the Yucatan Peninsula, Cenote Sagrado is created from the natural limestone cave, with steep sides stretching about 60 feet above the water. It is one of the most sacred springs in the earth.
5. Mecca, Saudi Arabia
Located in Hejaz, Mecca is also known as Makkah is a birthplace of Muhammad and marks the site of Muhammad’s first revelation of Quran. This city is regarded as a most holiest cities in the Islamic religion. Non-muslims are however, prohibited from the city.
6. Tirupati, India
Tirupati is one of the major pilgrimage cities and is famous for Venkateswara Swamy Temple dedicated to Lord Venkateswara. A country where 33 Million gods are worshiped believes that Tirupati is one of the most religious places in India. This place witnesses over 40 million devotees every year that is 50,000 every day.
7. Tian Tan Buddha, China
It is a largest statue in the world and also known as Big Buddha. Completed in 1993, it has been a major attraction for its followers from all around the world. The statue has a height of 112 feet, made entirely of bronze it weighs around 250 metric tons.
8. Naritasan Shinshoji Temple, Japan
Narita-san or literally the “Narita Mountain” and Shinshō-ji or the “New victory temple”) is a Shingon Buddhist temple located in central Narita, Chiba, Japan. More than 10 million (mostly Japanese) people visit this temple, many of whom drop by en route Tokyo.
9. Golden Temple, India
Located in Amritsar, Golden Temple is a Sikhism’s holiest shrine and was built in the 16th century. The upper floors of this temple are covered with gold and more than 100,000 people worship here daily. Witnessing this temple in evening will make you feel like in Heaven.
10. Angkor Wat, Cambodia
Angkor Wat is a busiest tourist attraction of Cambodia. You can well imagine from the stats that in 2010 more than a 1.1 million people visited Angkor National Park, an increase of 25 per cent from the previous year. Angkor Wat was built in 2th century; it is the largest religious complex (and Hindu temple) in the world.
Visiting these spiritual places will bring a peace to your world and make your life blessed. These all-spiritual places will give you a chance to define yourself and your life and will bring new life thoughts in your mind.