A temple is a place or a building which is reserved for spiritual prayings. The importance of temples in Hindu religion is very much. A person emotions are attached to his/her religion. In India, especially Hindu Religion there are many traditions, riwaz attached to it. There are some goddesses and god that have their temples in every town, city, village, streets literally everywhere but there are some unfortunate Goddesses and gods who have a single or no temple at all. For example- Draupadi, Sita, Vishnu, and Parshuram.
Is it because people give less importance to them ?
Draupati Amman is a goddess from the Hindu epic Mahabharata, namely Draupadi, primarily worshipped by the Tamil people of India, Sri Lanka, and other countries. Draupadi was the wife of the five Pandava brothers in the Mahābhārata epic.
Draupadi temple in Tiruchirappalli
The Sītā Māī Temple is an ancient structure situated in the village of Sitamai in the Karnal district of Haryana in North India. It is at a distance of 19 kilometers from Nilokheri and lies on one of the alternative routes available to travel between Karnal and Kaithal. This is perhaps the only temple in the whole of India outside United States of Nepal that is solely dedicated to the Nepali Hindu Goddess Sita, the divine consort of Rama of Ayodhya.
Parshuram – Temples
PARSHURAM, he is the youngest son of Maharshi Jamdagni and Renuka. He is worshipped as a moolpurush of Gaur, Saraswat, Chitpawan and all brahman community.
The Vishnu Temple, Bhubaneswar is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu situated on the eastern embankment of Bindu Sagar at Talabazar, on the right side of the Talabazar road leading from Lingaraj temple to Kedara-Gouri lane in Bhubaneswar, the capital of Orissa,India. The temple faces west and the Sanctum is used for storage purposes. The sculptural embellishment on the outer wall and theparsavadevatas in Praha niche suggests that the temple was originally dedicated to Vishnu.