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When you see the outside of this temple you will be expecting a lot on the inside, but you may be disappointed. The exterior is constructed of concrete with very intricate carvings of Hindu figures; quite magnificent. The interior of the smaller building doesn't look...More
This temple looks like someone just put it there cause it looks so unique in this area. With the right donations, this temple will be a top attraction in all North Carolina in a few years. Free admission, beautiful on the outside. Very quiet in...More
A very peaceful and spiritual experience. Temple was well built and well maintained . You will feel like in india while you were in that temple. Anyone who visits Durham or Raleigh shouldn’t miss this..
There is no need to travel to southern India to experience the welcoming nature of Hindus if you live in the Raleigh-Durham area. This temple is open to all who are genuinely interested in Hinduism and Indian culture. I was visiting with friends who are...More
Sri Venkateswara Temple, located at Balaji Place, Cary, North Carolina, is dedicated to Lord Venkateswara also called as Balaji. Either side of the Lord is goddess Padmavathi and Godadevi to the right and left side respectively.
A Gigantic a 9-foot, 2-ton statue of Sri Venkateswara...More
Very nice temple in RTP area. When we visited, some of the deities were newly installed and the whole place looked freshly painted. Was expecting a cafeteria to taste the traditional dishes but it was not available. During the weekend, a food truck stays for...More
I think this is the biggest south indian temple in north carolina with gopuram.
The perumal statue is big and resembles tirupathi. Has idols of lord siva, ganesha, murugan, ayyapan, hanuman, narashimar, garudar and ambal.
Prasadams are served during temple open hours. Has a bunch...More