These 4 visa temples are your go-to place if you want to travel out of India
If your visa has been eluding you, all you need is DIVINE INTERVENTION! From scoring 99 out of 100 in maths, grabbing the best item on discount and making gold prices fall to landing a posh job (and an equally posh beau), curing old granny’s toothache and recovering from the 15th break-up — to entertain all our worldly wishes we have the super(natural)power, that’s God. And believe it or not, s/he is there to solve our visa issues too. Sample these:
Shaheed Baba Nihal Singh gurdwara, Punjab
Thousands of Sikhs head for the 150-year-old gurdwara in Talhan village, Punjab to get an approval to go abroad. The popular belief is that paying a visit to the shrine can up your chances of securing a visa. The temple has an airplane placed at the top of it. Along with prayer devotees offer fascinating offerings like toy aeroplanes, probably two give their wishes two wings! There ae shops outside the gurdwara that sell such toys too.
Chilkur Balaji Temple, Hyderabad
The Lord Balaji temple on the banks of Osman Sagar lake near Hyderabad is one such shrine which is thronged by tens of thousands of people for getting their visa cleared. It is especially popular among software professionals. It got the reputation around two decades ago, when some computer professionals got their visas to travel to the Unites States after having a darshan of the deity here.
Khadia Hanuman Temple, Ahmedabad
Apropos his swift arrival at Lanka and air-lifting of a whole mountain, it’s no wonder why we resort to the Vayu Putra (son of wind) in times of crises, especially when things relate to air or more precisely sky. The Khadia Hanuman is believed to be the visa-expediting Lord. The temple is packed like sardines on Saturdays when the counselling sessions go on with hundreds of applicants.
Visa Wale Bajranbali Temple, New Delhi
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