Beyond its beaches, Goa has a remarkable collection of treasures in the form of Temples built in a unique style of Architecture. These temples are a mix of ancient ones which escaped the wrath of the Portuguese and a set of temples rebuilt after they left India. In this tour, we will visit the Mahadev temple at Tamdi Surla which was built in Hemad-Panti style, the popular Mangeshi temple, and the unique Brahma temple built in Kadamba style.
This is an all-inclusive trip where we take care of transport, lunch, activities and the services of a full-time tour guide.
830AM- Brahma Temple
Our tour guide and archaeologist will pick you from the hotel and head towards Carambolim.
We visit one of the rare temples dedicated to Lord Brahma, the Hindu God of Creation. The temple dates back to the 5th century and is built in Kadamba style of architecture. The sculpture of Lord Brahma which features a beard on the face and chanting beads in his right hand, is one of the best specimens of Kadamba art.
1130- Mahadev Temple at Tamdi Surla
We drive for over 50 KM from Carambolim to reach Tamdi Surla the ancient Mahadev Temple. This temple was built in the 12th century. The stone temple has been built in the Hemad-panti style of architecture. Another highlight of this temple is the reliefs of Vishnu, Brahma, Shiva, Parvati and other Gods.
3 PM- Mangeshi Temple
The Mangeshi Temple used to be located in another town called Cortalem. However, in 1565, the deity was moved to the present location after the Portuguese started destroying all Hindu Temples in the region. It has a unique 7 storeyed structure for lighting the temples lamps. When the Portuguese forbade the people to follow Hindu customs in this area, this temple was transformed into a venue for conducting weddings.
430-5 PM Drop back to Hotel
- Transport- Car
- Pick up and drop
- Full-time guide
- All entrance charges
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