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10 Famous Temples Of Rajasthan To Visit

Rajasthan, which is also popular as the Land of Maharajas, is known for its magnificent temples and impressive architecture. Temples here reflect rich Indian history, culture, and artistic excellence of skilled sculptors centuries ago and in ancient times. So, if you are planning a religious trip to Rajasthan, you must be looking forward to visit some incredible temples here, aren’t you?

Source: https://www.sotc.in/blog/10-famous-temples-of-rajasthan-to-visit

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Birla Mandir

Birla Mandir

Birla Mandir, also popular as Lakshmi Narayan temples, is located at the base of MotiDungari hill on an elevated area. It is dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Vishnu. Three big domes and spectacular green garden adorn this temple. Watch this magnificently beautiful temple, particularly at night when its brightly lit.

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Brahma Temple

Brahma Temple

One of the most popular places to visit in Rajasthan is Brahma temple, which is dedicated to Lord Brahma, near Pushkar Lake. It’s about 2000 years old and constructed with marble and stone stabs. Visit it during Kartika Poornima, a religious festival celebrated in honour of Lord Brahma.

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Ambika Mata Temple

Ambika Mata Temple

Visit Ambika Mata temple, a well-known Hindu temple in a village called Jagat, at 50 km southeast of Udaipur. It’s famous as Khajuraho of Rajasthan for its fine sculptures, and it was constructed around 961 AD. Ambika Mata, who is known as incarnation of Goddess Durga, is the deity worshipped in this temple.

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MehandipurBalaji Temple

MehandipurBalaji Temple

Offer your prayers at MehandipurBalaji temple, which is dedicated to Hindu deity Hanuman. This temple is famous for exorcism of evil spirits and ritualistic healing throughout India.

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Eklingji Temple

Eklingji Temple

Plan to visit Eklingji temple, which was constructed in 734 A.D., in Udaipur district. It comprises 108 temples in its tall walls. You can find a four-faced image of Lord Shiva in incredible black marble at one of the main temples.

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SaiDham Temple

SaiDham Temple

Saidham in Pali district is an outstanding replica of original ShirdiSai Baba temple. 5.5 feet tall idol of ShirdiSai Baba here is made using snow white marble. This temple is considered highly powerful and sacred in Marwar.

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Karni Mata Temple

Karni Mata Temple

Situated at Deshnoke, Karni Mata temple is an outstanding temple in Rajasthan dedicated to Karni Mata. About 20,000 black rats living in the temple are considered revered and known as Kabbas. Chaitra and Ashvin Shukla Dashmi and Karni Mata Fair are celebrated here.

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Galtaji Temple

Galtaji Temple

Make sure you visit Galtaji temple, an ancient temple in Khania-Balaji town near Jaipur, which is an important part of Rajasthan tourism. It comprises many temples and sacred water tanks. Temples here are dedicated to Gods, such as The Sun God and Balaji. You can find here a temple called Ramgopalji, also famous as Monkey temple, as a huge tribe of monkeys stays here. Visit it during MakarSankranti.

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SalasarBalaji Temple

SalasarBalaji Temple

Built in 1754 A.D., SalasarBalaji Temple in Churu district is dedicated to Lord Hanuman who is worshipped daily by performing aartis. Ashvin Purnima and Chaitra Purnima are prominent festivals celebrated here.

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Ranakpur Jain Temples

Ranakpur Jain Temples

Jain temples in Ranakpur are dedicated to Lord Adinath, Jains’ first Tirthankar. This sprawling 48,000 sq.ft. temple was constructed in 15th century during the era of Rana Kumbha. Four shrines, 29 magnificent pillared halls, and 80 domes supported by 1444 pillars are peculiarities of this temple complex.

So, be quick, book one of the Rajasthan packages of SOTC Holidays and head to visit popular temples in Rajasthan.