Apart from the spiritual point of view,Hindu temples are repositories of Innovative Architecture and house sites of Events that defy logic.
People call them as Miracles.
However those who know the ancient wisdom handed over through generations orally know that none of these ancient texts call any happenings,which might appear to be away from our daily Life,are Miracles;for the Hindus nothing in the world is a Miracle for it is Natural.
There is nothing called Paranormal in Hinduism.
Everything in the Universe is Natural.
When we come across things which we do not see in our daily Life,we tend to call them as Miracles.
Fact is that we are perceiving them anew.
What human mind is capable of conceiving is possible.
( That the world has only Relative Existence is an issue of philosophy and this blog has covered that topic)
Thus we have,
Shiva lingas that change colors daily/Five times a day)
Ganesha Idol that remains white during the waxing of the Moon and black during the waning of the moon.
Narasimha idol that consumes Jaggery water,
Temple Ghee remains unspoilt for an year and lamp keeps on burning in a temple that opens once a Year.
I can keep on adding.
Please read my articles on temples by Googling temples of India+ramanan 50.
There is a temple near Tumkur, Karnataka,where Ghee poured on Shiva linga as Abhisheka, Holy Bathing,turns into Butter.
This temple is around 54 Kilometers from Bengaluru and 19 Kilometres from Tumkuru.
Buses available from Bangalore to Tumkur.
One has to trek the hill.
Autos,Buses available from Tumkur.
‘An interesting miracle happens here is that when an abhisheka is performed on Shivalinga with ghee, the ghee turns to butter. Devotees can see the miracle live during abhisheka.It is said that the ghee that turns to butter has medicinal powers and can cure many ailments. According to legend there exists a secret tunnel that extends from the sanctum sanctorum (Garba Griha) of this temple to the Gavi Gangadhareshwara temple in Bengaluru, around 50 kilometers from this temple.
Shivagange is a mountain peak with a height of 804.8 meters or 2640.3 feet and Hindu pilgrimage center located near Dobbaspet, in Bengaluru Rural district India. It is situated 19 km from the town of Tumakuru and 54 km from Bengaluru. The sacred mountain is shaped as a shivalingaand a spring flows near locally called “Ganga”, thereby giving the place its name. It is also known as Dakshina Kashi (Kashi of the South) and place is having various temples such as Gangadhareshwara temple, Sri Honnammadevi Temple, Olakal Teertha, Nandi Statue, Patalagange, A historical rock statue of Nandi or Basavanna carved on top of a steep rock is considered as a spell binding sculpture because of its narrow location.