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Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple, Nadi

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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3.5/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web
Visit the largest Hindu temples in the Southern Hemisphere at Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple. The temple features traditional Dravidian architecture painted in colors bright enough to make your eyes ache. Look for wooden carvings of Hindu deities sent from India and intricate ceiling frescoes. Check ahead of time for festivals occurring during your visit, like Karthingai Puja held monthly when visitors make offerings and receive blessings. Remember to wear modest clothing and remove your shoes at the entrance. Photos are not permitted inside the temple. Plan your Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple visit and explore what else you can see and do in Nadi using our Nadi trip itinerary builder.
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  • Outstandingly breathtaking place of worship. The staff is helpful and courteous. You learn certain side of Hindu religion not portrayed by available media 
  • Visited whilst we were staying in Nadi. Entry was $5FJ and included a tour of the temple. The paintings and carvings are so intricate and beautiful. Nadi itself can be a bit of a bustling sweatbox at ...  read more »
  • It's always interesting to experience a new culture. The inside of the temple is really amazing with so many paintings and colour. It was only $5 entry fee to roam around. It is very small but worth t...  read more »
  • Great and colorful indian temple. Never saw this type of architecture before, it's really different and beautiful.
  • Great temple with very nice colours. If you happen to be in town, it worthwhile checking it out.
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  • I can't follow the pooja's but the temple is artistically wonderful.
  • Very colourful and fascinating Hindu Temple. No photos inside but u can snap away outside. The staff and swami are not terribly friendly They should act as ambassadors represent their beliefs, but instead are quick to anger if you do something that offends them. We were wearing hats to protect from the oppressive sun, and we did not know to remove them. The swami came out screaming as if we were defiling Vishnu. Still worth a visit, just study the rules first.
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