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Which hindu temple is believed to have been first built in gold, then silver, then wood and finally stone?

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Which hindu temple is believed to have been first built in gold, then silver, then wood and finally stone?
posted Aug 28, 2017 by anonymous

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Somnath Temple, Gujarat
According to the legends, Soma or the Moon God built the temple in gold, Ravana in silver, and Shri Krishna in wood. Soma being arrogant about his beauty, was cursed by his father-in-law Daksha to wane. He then build the Somnath temple at the Prabhas tirth (a Hindu pilgrimage) and prayed to Lord Shiva who removed the curse partially. Thus, Causing the periodic waning of moon

answer Aug 29, 2017 by Mukul Chag
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