5. Siddhivinayak Temple, Mumbai, Maharashtra
Siddhivinayak Temple of Mumbai also stands firmly in the list of richest temples in India. The temple owns hundreds of kilos gold ornaments and fixed deposits. As per the Puranic legend, the idol of the Presiding Deity, Sri Siddhivinayak, was invoked by Lord Vishnu during his war against the demons Madhu and Kaitabha.
6. Viashno Devi Temple, Katra, Jammu & Kashmir
Viashno Devi Temple, located near Katra in Jammu & Kashmir is a cave temple dedicated to Goddess Vaishnodevi (a manifestation of Goddess Shakti). More than 80 lakh devotees visit the temple and offer pujas to the Goddess. Vaishnodevi is one of the Shakti Peethas.
7. Somnath Temple, Saurashtra, Gujarat
Somnath temple, located at Prabhas Kshetra near Veraval in Saurashtra of Gujarat is one of the Dwadasha Jyothirlingams (12 Sacred Temples of Lord Shiva). Somnath temple was destructed many times during the rule of Muslim emperors. As it was created by Chandra (Moon Good) this temple of Lord Shiva named as Somnath Mandir. As per the legends, the temple was recreated in solver by Ravana and then in wood by Lord Krishna. In its last form it was built with stone.
8. Guruvayurappan Temple, Guruvayur, Kerala
Guruvayur Guruvayurappan Temple of Kerala is one of the important temples dedicated to Lord Krishna. It is one of the richest temples in South India. Also known as Bhuloka Vaikunta, Guruvayur temple is visited by Millions of devotees yearly.