Visa temples of India - Yes you read that right!

  • Visa Temples of India

    Want a US visa, Canada visa, Australia Visa, but your luck isn’t supporting you? Maybe it’s time for some divine intervention. Yup, there are entire temples dedicated for this very purpose. People go to these temples to pray for a visa, when the normal process seems to fail them. So if you’re having some trouble getting those coveted visas, visit these temples.

    1. Shaheed Baba Nihal Singh gurdwara, Punjab

    In Talhan village of Punjab there’s a 150 year old Gurudwara where the popular belief is that if you pray there, you’ll surely get your visa. If this doesn’t instill much confidence in you, there’s even a model aircraft on top of the Gurudwara. There are shops near this holy place that sell toy planes to keep your encouragement going.

    2. Chilkur Balaji Temple, Hyderabad

    This one’s the special temple you visit, if what you’re having a trouble with, is getting a US visa. Located on the banks of Osman Sagar Lake in Hyderabad, it is claimed that this temple is often thronged by software professionals all looking to get a successful US visa. Apart from this, it also happens to be one of the oldest temples of Hyderabad. Its style, structure and architecture, makes it feel as if it was built a millennium ago.

    Visa Temples of India

    3. Khadia Hanuman Temple, Ahmedabad

    It is believed that Hanuman once flew over to Lanka and brought back an entire mountain, as easy as the day, and so it doesn’t come as a surprise that many would look towards his temples when they’re faced with problems of visa. The devout throng here in large numbers with prayers on their lips. On an average Saturday you’ll find hundreds of applicants packed in the temple for counseling sessions.

    4. (Visa Wale) Bajrangbali Temple, New Delhi

    Located on the IGNOU road in New Delhi, there’s a temple dedicated to lord Hanuman, and it is believed that he grants your wish, especially if it’s related to getting a visa. Established in 2007, lately it has got the reputation of being the visa granting temple. After the wish is fulfilled, people return to write comments in the temple register as a thank you. If you get a peak at the register, most of the wishes pertain to visas being granted.

    Whether superstition, faith being rewarded, or delusion, one can only speculate, but for now majority of the people in India believe these to be the visa temples. So would you head on to these places where you to be faced with visa troubles?

    Author : Sanjana Sule