5. Shri Varun Dev Mandir, Manora Island, Karachi
Shri Varun Dev Mandir which is more than 160 years old is dedicated to Varun, the God of the Oceans. The temple is not in good condition and not used for worship now but you can visit it for its fine architecture and beautiful Craftsmanship.
6. Kalka Devi Cave, Arore, Sindh
People of different caste, creed and religion visit this temple. A large number of people visit the temple on the first Monday of every month. And there is an annual festival in September.
7. Gor Khattree and Gorakhnath Temple, Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
The Gorakhnath Temple was mentioned in Baburnama, the memoir of Mughal Emperor Babur is now called Kushal Bagh. On every Tuesday a large number of devotees come here, sings bhajans and recites verses from Hindu holy books.
8. Naval Mandir, Ranchore Lines, Karachi
Naval Mandir which is one of the most revered temples in Karachi is also a refuge of homeless. The temple has the statues of Hanuman, Santoshi Mata, Shiva, Kali, Guru Nanak, Ganesha, Vishnu, and Rama. During the festivals of Holi and Diwali, the temple looks more spectacular.
There are still many temples in Pakistan but they are not in good condition.
If you know any other temple that is not mentioned in the above list, share us in the comments. There are so many temples in the world not just in India. Make sure you visit these top 10 beautiful Hindu temples around the world.