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  • Abdulla Pir

    Abdulla Pir

    Banswara

    Abdulla Pir

    It is a popular shrine of a Bohra Muslim saint.This is the Dargah of Abdul Rasul, known as Abdullah Pir, situated in the southern part of the city. Every year a large number of people, specially of the Bohra Community, take part in the ‘URS’ at the D ...

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  • Abheda Mahal and Karani Mata Temple

    Abheda Mahal and Karani Mata Temple

    Kota

    Abheda Mahal and Karani Mata Temple

    Located 8 kilometres away from Kota, on the banks of a tank, this medieval palace was the recreation spot of the rulers of Kota. It is where they went to enjoy the wildlife and natural beauty of the region. Close to Abheda Mahal is the temple of Kar ...

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  • Akshardham Temple

    Akshardham Temple

    Jaipur

    Akshardham Temple

    Akshardham Temple at Vaishali Nagar is among the most popular attractions for tourists visiting Jaipur. The temple, dedicated to the god Narayan, is well-known because of the beautiful architecture that includes magnificent idols, lifelike sculptures ...

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  • Amreshwar Mahadev

    Amreshwar Mahadev

    Sawaimadhopur

    Amreshwar Mahadev

    Nestled amidst the high hills on the way to Ranthambore National Park is the sacred Amreshwar Mahadev temple. The representation of 12 Jyotir Lingas and a 11ft high Shivling attracts a lot of devotees to come and seek blessing of Lord Mahadev.

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  • Andeshwar Parshwanathji

    Andeshwar Parshwanathji

    Banswara

    Andeshwar Parshwanathji

    Andeshwar Parshwanathji is a famous Jain temple located on a small hill in Kushalgarh tehsil. The temple is home to rare Shilalekhs from the 10th century. The place also houses two Digamabara Jain Parshwanatha temples.

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  • Atmateshwar Temple

    Atmateshwar Temple

    Pushkar

    Atmateshwar Temple

    This beautiful 12th century temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and has an underground component. The intricate Hemadpanti architectural style carvings give this temple a magnificent appearance. Thousands of devotees flock here to pay their respects du ...

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  • Bagore Sahib

    Bagore Sahib

    Bhilwara

    Bagore Sahib

    Bagore Sahib is a historical gurudwara where Shri Guru Govind Singh Ji stayed on his journey to Punjab. This gurudwara is situated about 20 kilometres from the town of Mandal in the village Bagore of Tehsil Mandal. It has been blessed by the visit of ...

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  • Bande Ka Balaji Temple

    Bande Ka Balaji Temple

    Shekhawati

    Bande Ka Balaji Temple

    It is a modern, single-storeyed temple with a surrounding shikhara and pinnacle. It is one of the most popular Hanuman temples in India. The idol of Balaji here is different from all other idols of Hanuman. Unlike other projections and idols of Hanum ...

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  • Baneshwar Temple

    Baneshwar Temple

    Dungarpur

    Baneshwar Temple

    The Beneshwar temple, containing the most revered Shiva Linga of the region, is situated on a delta. formed at the confluence of Som and Mahi rivers. The Linga is believed to be Swayambhu or self created .It stands five feet high and is spilt broken ...

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  • Bhartrihari Temple

    Bhartrihari Temple

    Alwar

    Bhartrihari Temple

    Bhartrihari Temple is a vibrant pilgrimage centre attracting people from across the country. It revolves around the legend of King Bhartrihari who is said to have spent the last years of his life in this ancient place amidst the hills.

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  • Bhuvaneshwar

    Bhuvaneshwar

    Dungarpur

    Bhuvaneshwar

    Located barely 9 kilometres from Dungarpur is Bhuvaneshwar, famous for a Shiva temple which is perched on a mountain top. The temple is built around a naturally formed Shivaling. Tourists can also visit an ancient monastery located atop the mountain. ...

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  • Boreshwar

    Boreshwar

    Dungarpur

    Boreshwar

    The temple Boreshwar Mahadeo was built during the reign of Maharawal Samant Singh sometime in 1179 A.D. It is situated on the banks of the Som river.

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  • Brahma Temple

    Brahma Temple

    Pushkar

    Brahma Temple

    Nestled in the picturesque Pushkar valley beyond the Nangaparvat and Anasagar Lake, the Brahma temple holds a special place in the hearts of Indians. It is the only temple in the world dedicated to Lord Brahma. Built with marble and decorated with si ...

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  • Buddha Johad Gurudwara

    Buddha Johad Gurudwara

    Sriganganagar

    Buddha Johad Gurudwara

    This historical Gurudwara was built to commemorate an important event when Massa Ranghar, guilty of sacrilege at Amritsar’s Golden Temple was brought to justice by Sukha Singh and Mehtab Singh back in 1740. Located by the Dabla village in Ganganagar, ...

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  • Chamunda Mata Mandir

    Chamunda Mata Mandir

    Bhilwara

    Chamunda Mata Mandir

    The Chamunda Mata Mandir is situated on the hills of Harni Mahadev. Once on top, one can get a spectacular view of the whole city. The location, just 5 kilometres from Bhilwara, is a place to visit if you seek the peace.

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  • Chamunda Mataji Temple

    Chamunda Mataji Temple

    Jodhpur

    Chamunda Mataji Temple

    Chamunda Mataji was Rao Jodha’s favourite goddess and so her idol was bought to the Mehrangarh Fort. Thus, the fort became a place of worship and was turned into a temple. Since then, locals have followed the culture of worshipping Chamunda Mata. In ...

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  • Chandrabhaga temple

    Chandrabhaga temple

    Jhalawar

    Chandrabhaga temple

    On the banks of the magnificent Chandrabhaga River stand some beautiful Chandrabhaga temples with intricately carved pillars and arched gateways. This region is known for the Shri Dwarkadheesh Temple that was built by Jhala Zalim Singh in the 11th ce ...

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  • Charan Chauki

    Charan Chauki

    Kota

    Charan Chauki

    On the way to Dad Devi, 15 kilometres from Kota City, is Charan Chauki. It marks the legendary spot where Lord Krishna is said to have rested for a brief moment while travelling to Dwarka from Mathura. His footprints are said to have been preserved h ...

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  • Cheech

    Cheech

    Banswara

    Cheech

    This village is known for its famous 12th century old temple of ‘Lord Brahma’. which houses a statue of Lord Brahma of an average man’s height.

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  • Chintamani Parasnath Jain Temple

    Chintamani Parasnath Jain Temple

    Barmer

    Chintamani Parasnath Jain Temple

    This temple is known for magnificent sculptures and spectacular ornamental paintings. The interior part of the temple also features rich inlay work made with glass. The temple was constructed by Shri Nemaji Jivaji Bohra in the 16th century and lies o ...

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  • Dabhai Kund

    Dabhai Kund

    Bundi

    Dabhai Kund

    Shaped like an inverted pyramid, the Dabhai Kund, also known as Jail Kund, is the largest of its kind in Bundi. The fantastic carvings on the steps that lead to the water alone are reason enough to warrant a visit.

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  • Dad Devi Temple

    Dad Devi Temple

    Kota

    Dad Devi Temple

    Situated about 18 kilometres from Kota, the temple of the deity of the royal household of Kota is surrounded by thick forests and is an ideal place to spend some time in quiet contemplation. This temple is dedicated to Shri Dad Devi Mata Ji, an incar ...

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  • Deo Somnath

    Deo Somnath

    Dungarpur

    Deo Somnath

    On the banks of Som river, there is an old and beautiful Shiva temple called Deo Somnath built in the 12th century. Built of white stone, the temple has imposing turrets. One can see the sky from within the temple. Though there is a perfect adaptati ...

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  • Deshnok Karni Mata Temple

    Deshnok Karni Mata Temple

    Bikaner

    Deshnok Karni Mata Temple

    The Karni Mata Temple at Deshnok is a beautiful structure made of stone and marble, inside which resides an image of Karni Mata. The image is decorated with a ‘mukut’ (tiara) and garlands. The images of her sisters and the sisters of Avad Mata give h ...

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  • Devi Kund

    Devi Kund

    Bikaner

    Devi Kund

    8 kilometres from Bikaner is the royal crematorium. It has several exquisite chhatris (cenotaphs), each dedicated to the memory of a ruler of the Bikaji dynasty and situated on the exact spot where each of them was cremated. The chhatri of Maharaj Su ...

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  • Devka-Sun Temple

    Devka-Sun Temple

    Barmer

    Devka-Sun Temple

    This temple was built in the 12th or 13th century. Located in Devka, a small hamlet situated about 62 Km from Barmer along the Barmer-Jaisalmer Road, the temple is known for its incredible architecture. The village also holds the ruins of two other t ...

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  • Dhanop Mataji

    Dhanop Mataji

    Bhilwara

    Dhanop Mataji

    3 kilometres away from Sangariya is Dhanop, a little village where you can visit the Sheetla Mata Temple. This colourful temple has bright red walls and pillars, a chequered marble floor and an idol of the goddess Sheetla (an incarnation of Goddess D ...

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  • Digambar Jain Temple

    Digambar Jain Temple

    Shekhawati

    Digambar Jain Temple

    The Jain Temple is a 150-year-old structure and can be described as piece of art in itself. Its interiors resemble a lavish royal court than a temple courtyard. This temple has some of the best paintings painted in gold, centred mostly on moral livin ...

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  • Digamber Jain Mandir

    Digamber Jain Mandir

    Jaipur

    Digamber Jain Mandir

    The ancient Digamber Jain temple at Jaipur is in Sanganer, 14 km from the city. The principal idol in the Sanghiji Temple is of Lord Adinath in the Padmasan (lotus position) posture. The temple is made of red stone and has attractive carvings. The se ...

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  • Gaiparnath Temple

    Gaiparnath Temple

    Kota

    Gaiparnath Temple

    Gaipar Nath is a lovely big chasm with an old Shiva temple set in a deep gorge with a spectacular view of the ruggedly beautiful forests and cliffs of the Chambal valley. The pleasant sound of gushing water from the Gaiparnath waterfall near the temp ...

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  • Galiakot

    Galiakot

    Dungarpur

    Galiakot

    At a distance of 58 kilometres from Dungarpur, located on the banks of River Mahi, is a hamlet called Galiakot. The place is known for Syed Fakhruddin’s shrine. He was a renowned saint who was buried in the hamlet after his death. The shrine is made ...

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  • Galtaji

    Galtaji

    Jaipur

    Galtaji

    Galtaji is an ancient pilgrimage centre in Jaipur. Set amidst low hills and packed with locals and tourists alike, the attractive spot has temples, pavilions and holy kunds (natural springs and water tanks). Visitors to Galtaji will come across the c ...

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  • Ganesha Temple

    Ganesha Temple

    Bhilwara

    Ganesha Temple

    The Ganesha Temple is a highly revered shrine dedicated to the elephant god, Ganesha. Vinayak Chaturthi is celebrated with great fanfare and draws people across Rajasthan. The festive Ganesh Mela is also held at that time.

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  • Ganga Mandir

    Ganga Mandir

    Bharatpur

    Ganga Mandir

    The Ganga Mandir, which resides in the heart of the city of Bharatpur is one of the most beautiful temples in Rajasthan. In it lies the magnificent deity of Ganga Maharaj made of pristine white marble. Maharaja Balwant Singh started constructing this ...

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  • Garadia Mahadev Temple

    Garadia Mahadev Temple

    Kota

    Garadia Mahadev Temple

    One can get a grand view of River Chambal from the Garadia Mahadev Temple. Situated on Dabi Road (NH 76), this temple provides an incredible view of the surrounding wilderness. It is a must visit, especially during monsoon.

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  • Ghushmeshwar Temple

    Ghushmeshwar Temple

    Sawaimadhopur

    Ghushmeshwar Temple

    Enshrined in the Puranas, the Ghushmeshwar Temple is believed to be 12th or the last of the Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva. Situated at the Siwar village in Sawai Madhopur, this temple has many mythological stories weaved around it. The most prominent, a ...

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  • Godawari Dham

    Godawari Dham

    Kota

    Godawari Dham

    Godawari Dham is a Hanuman temple situated at walking distance from Chambal Garden. This temple is located beside the Chambal River. It is a beautiful shrine, made entirely of white marble. The towers of the temple are quite high and impressive. It h ...

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  • Goodh Mandap

    Goodh Mandap

    Dungarpur

    Goodh Mandap

    Goodh Mandap is a three-storied hall meant for the common use of three temples located in its vicinity. Supported by 64 legs and 12 pillars, this hall is a marvel to behold.

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  • Govind Devji Temple

    Govind Devji Temple

    Jaipur

    Govind Devji Temple

    The Krishna temple is a rare spire-less temple and houses the idol of Govind Devji that Sawai Jai Singh brought from Vrindavan. The deity, worshipped by the erstwhile royal family, is also revered by the Hindus in Jaipur and nearby areas.

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  • Gurudwara Singh Sabha

    Gurudwara Singh Sabha

    Pushkar

    Gurudwara Singh Sabha

    Gurudwara Singh Sabha, situated in the eastern part of Pushkar, was built in the beginning of the 19th century to commemorate the visits of the first and the tenth gurus- Guru Nanak Dev and Guru Govind Singhji.

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  • Harni Mahadev

    Harni Mahadev

    Bhilwara

    Harni Mahadev

    Founded by the ancestors of the Darak family and named after the nearby village, the Harni Mahadev is a Shiva temple, located around 8 kilometers from the city. Surrounded by picturesque hills, this is a beautiful destination for tourists.

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  • Hazrat Qamruddin Shah’s Dargah

    Hazrat Qamruddin Shah’s Dargah

    Shekhawati

    Hazrat Qamruddin Shah’s Dargah

    West of the Khetri Mahal, at the foot of the Nehara Pahar, lies the Dargah of Kamaruddin Shah. It is an atmospheric complex comprising a mosque and madrasa arranged around a pretty courtyard (still retaining some of its original murals), with the orn ...

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  • Jagdish Temple

    Jagdish Temple

    Udaipur

    Jagdish Temple

    An example of the Indo-Aryan style of architecture, Jagdish Temple was built in 1651 and continues to be one of the most famous temples in Udaipur. Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, the structure is an architectural marvel with carved pillars, graceful ceili ...

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  • Jain Temple

    Jain Temple

    Pali

    Jain Temple

    Pali is renowned for its elaborately decorated Jain Temples. Magnificent idol of Mahavira, intricate architecture and tranquillity in the surroundings; just like a beautiful shrine should be. It is believed the worshipping idol here is around 2600 ye ...

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  • Jain Temple Bhandasar

    Jain Temple Bhandasar

    Bikaner

    Jain Temple Bhandasar

    Jain Temple Bhandasar is a 15th century temple dedicated to the 5th Tirthankar (a person that has conquered the cycle of life, death and rebirth and paved the path for others to attain nirvana), Sumatinathji, and is one of the oldest monuments of Bik ...

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  • Jain Temples

    Jain Temples

    Chittorgarh

    Jain Temples

    The fort of Chittor has six Jain temples contained within its walls. The largest among them is the temple of Bhagawan Adinatha which has 52 ‘devkulikas’.

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  • Jain temples of Jaisalmer

    Jain temples of Jaisalmer

    Jaisalmer

    Jain temples of Jaisalmer

    The Jain Temples located inside the Jaisalmer Fort date back to the 12th and 15th centuries. The temples are dedicated to Rikhabdevji and Shambhavdevji, famous Jain hermits known as 'Tirthankars' (wise teachers who taught people how to attain nirvana ...

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  • Jama Masjid

    Jama Masjid

    Sawaimadhopur

    Jama Masjid

    Located in the heart of the bustling city is the JamaMasjid, Rajasthan’s finest mosque. Delicately frescoed inside and out with intricate patterns, mosque still contains some of the ancient lamps. This fine piece of architecture began construction un ...

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  • Jataun Ka Mandir Temple

    Jataun Ka Mandir Temple

    Bhilwara

    Jataun Ka Mandir Temple

    Dating back to the middle of the 11th century, the Jataun ka Mandir is a Shiva temple that is said to have been built by a Bhil tribal who was considered to be among the first settlers here.

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  • Kailadevi

    Kailadevi

    Sawaimadhopur

    Kailadevi

    About 23kms from Karauli stands the Kaila Devi temple dedicated to the Mother Goddess. In the months of March-April and September-October, devotees celebrate the colourful Kaila Devi fair and worship the Goddess for the fulfilment of their wishes.

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  • Kakuni Temple Complex

    Kakuni Temple Complex

    Baran

    Kakuni Temple Complex

    Located 85 km from Baran, Kakuni, situated on the banks for the Parvan River is best known for temples. The Kakuni Temple Complex houses temples dedicated to Jain and Vaishnava gods and Lord Shiva, and some of them date back to the 8th century. Many ...

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  • Kalika Mata Temple

    Kalika Mata Temple

    Chittorgarh

    Kalika Mata Temple

    Built in 8th century AD, this ancient structure was initially constructed to worship the sun god. In the 14th century, the temple was dedicated to Goddess Kali, the symbol of power and valour.

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  • Kaman

    Kaman

    Bharatpur

    Kaman

    The locals also know Kaman as Kamaban. This old town is located at the north of Bharatpur and is a part of the Brij area where Lord Krishna spent his early years. It is a place of pilgrimage and is annually visited by a large number of Vaishnavs in t ...

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  • Kansua Temple

    Kansua Temple

    Kota

    Kansua Temple

    This is one of the oldest and most beautiful temples in Kota and is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple has a small pond within its premises. There is a stone inscription here dating back to 738 AD that says that it was built by Raja Shivgana Maurya ...

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  • Karneshwar Temple

    Karneshwar Temple

    Kota

    Karneshwar Temple

    Karneshwar temple is a Shiva Temple located on the Jhalawar Road (NH 12). Besides the temple, the place itself is beautiful, especially during the monsoon. The temple is thronged by devotees and picnickers.

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  • Khade Ganesh Ji Temple

    Khade Ganesh Ji Temple

    Kota

    Khade Ganesh Ji Temple

    The Ganesh temple is situated in the southern part of the city. What makes this temple unique is that this is the only temple in India that has a standing idol of Ganesh. One can also visit Rangbadi Balaji temple on the way there.

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  • Khetri Mahal

    Khetri Mahal

    Shekhawati

    Khetri Mahal

    Khetri Mahal in Khetri, Jhunjhunu is one of the most excellent instances of fine art and structural design of Shekhawati region. It is also known as the Wind Palace of Jhunjhunu. Khetri Mahal was built in the year 1770. A surprising factor is that Kh ...

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  • Kiradu Temples

    Kiradu Temples

    Barmer

    Kiradu Temples

    35 km from Barmer, in a town located near the Thar Desert, are 5 temples known as the Kiradu Temples. Known for their Solanki style of architecture, these temples have remarkable and magnificent sculptures. These temples are dedicated to lord Shiva a ...

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  • Kodamdesar Temple

    Kodamdesar Temple

    Bikaner

    Kodamdesar Temple

    24 kilometres from Bikaner is the Kodamdesar Temple. Kodamdesar Bhainru Ji was installed by Rao Bikaji sometime during the first three years of his arrival from Jodhpur. This place of worship was initially chosen as the site to lay the foundation of ...

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  • Kolayat

    Kolayat

    Bikaner

    Kolayat

    Kolayat is an important pilgrimage place for Hindus. Locals as well as devotees from distant places visit this temple complex every year. History tells the story of Kapil Muni, the advocate of Shankya yoga, who was so mesmerised by the serenity of th ...

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  • Kshetrapal Temple

    Kshetrapal Temple

    Dungarpur

    Kshetrapal Temple

    Situated in Khadagada, historical background of the temple is 200 years past. the temple has its known popularity from the name of goddess Bhairav the manuscript of the temple. Besides the temple is surrounded by other small temples of goddess Ganap ...

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  • Kumbha Shyam Temple

    Kumbha Shyam Temple

    Chittorgarh

    Kumbha Shyam Temple

    The temple was constructed during the rule of Rana Kumbha and is built in the Indo-Aryan style popular in those times. It bears a strong connection to the mystic poetess Meerabai, a zealous devotee of Krishna’s. She was the wife of Prince Bhojraj.

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  • Kyara ke Balaji

    Kyara ke Balaji

    Bhilwara

    Kyara ke Balaji

    The Kyara ke Balaji has an image of Lord Hanuman which the locals believe appeared naturally on the rock. When visiting Kyara ke Balaji, you can also visit other locations such as Patola Mahadev Temple, Ghata Rani Temple, Beeda ke Mataji Temple and N ...

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  • Ladnun

    Ladnun

    Nagaur

    Ladnun

    Ladnun is an important centre of Jainism and is considered to be the spiritual hub of Ahimsa or compassion. Its temples were built in the 10th century and have a rich history. It also houses Jain Vishva Bharti University – a well-known centre of Jain ...

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  • Lakshmi Narayan Temple

    Lakshmi Narayan Temple

    Jaipur

    Lakshmi Narayan Temple

    The Lakshmi-Narayan Temple, also known as the Birla Temple, is a comparatively newer temple built by the Birlas (a noted industrialist family). The temple, constructed entirely of white marble, is home to the deities of Vishnu and his consort Lakshmi ...

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  • Laxman Mandir

    Laxman Mandir

    Bharatpur

    Laxman Mandir

    This temple is dedicated to Laxman, brother of Lord Rama, and is famous for its typical Rajasthani style of architecture and beautiful pink stonework. Visitors will enjoy the intricate carvings of flowers and birds on doorways, ceilings, pillars, wal ...

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  • Laxminarayan Temple

    Laxminarayan Temple

    Shekhawati

    Laxminarayan Temple

    Soothing to the eye, this temple is simple from the outside but has a grand architectural splendour from within. The entrance has a projected foliated arch adorned with beautiful mural paintings. It is easily accessible from all parts of Churu, and t ...

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  • Madareshwar Temple

    Madareshwar Temple

    Banswara

    Madareshwar Temple

    This is a famous temple of Lord Shiva built inside a natural cave on top of a hill towards the eastern part of the city .It provides a sensational view.

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  • Mahamandir Temple

    Mahamandir Temple

    Jodhpur

    Mahamandir Temple

    Mahamandir, meaning great temple, is a sanctified spot where tranquillity reigns supreme. Situated on Mandore road, the temple is an architectural wonder. It is supported by 84 pillars and ornamented with detailed designs and figures depicting variou ...

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  • Malik Shah’s Mosque

    Malik Shah’s Mosque

    Jalore

    Malik Shah’s Mosque

    Commissioned by Ala-Ud-Din-Khilji during his reign over Jalore, the mosque was built to honour Malik Shah, the Seljuk Sultan of Baghdad. The mosque is located in the centre of the Jalore Fort and is particularly distinct for its style of architecture ...

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  • Mandaleshwar Mahadev

    Mandaleshwar Mahadev

    Jodhpur

    Mandaleshwar Mahadev

    The Mandaleshwar Mahadev was built by Mandal Nath in AD 923. It is believed to be one of the oldest shrines in the city. The walls of the temple have some beautiful paintings of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati.

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  • Mangarh Dham

    Mangarh Dham

    Banswara

    Mangarh Dham

    Govind Guru, was a popular saint of the Bhils who made the Mangarh hill a centre of faith. He awakened the Bhil community and filled them with a sense of patriotism. The Bhils were so inspired that they sacrificed their lives for freedom. Later, 1500 ...

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  • Mansa Devi Temple

    Mansa Devi Temple

    Shekhawati

    Mansa Devi Temple

    Mansa Devi Mandir is one of the holiest Hindu temples dedicated to Goddess Shakti. Mansa Devi, also known as Mata Rani and Vaishnavi, is a manifestation of the Mother Goddess. It is one of the most revered places of worship in Northern India.

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  • Mathuradheesh Mandir

    Mathuradheesh Mandir

    Kota

    Mathuradheesh Mandir

    The Mathuradheesh Temple in Kota belongs to Pushti Marg, a Vaishnava sect founded by Shri Vallabhacharyaji. The idol of Krishna housed here was brought from the Karnaval village (near Mathura) and placed in the haveli of Dewan Dwarka Das. It now form ...

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  • Meerabai Temple

    Meerabai Temple

    Chittorgarh

    Meerabai Temple

    Meerabai, an ardent devotee of Lord Krishna’s, worshipped him at this temple. The structure is designed in the classic North Indian style of temples. It rises from a raised plinth and its conical roof can be seen from far. The temple houses a beautif ...

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  • Nagfanji

    Nagfanji

    Dungarpur

    Nagfanji

    Nagfanji is renowned for its Jain shrines and not only does it attract devotees from Dungarpur but also tourists who travel from far to see the temple. The temple houses statues of Devi Padmawati, NagfanjiParshwanatha and Dharnendra.The Nagfanji Shiv ...

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  • Naldeshwar Shrine

    Naldeshwar Shrine

    Alwar

    Naldeshwar Shrine

    Located 24 kilometres south of Alwar, this shrine is situated amidst rocky hills. The old Shiva temple has two natural ponds which receive water from the surrounding hills. Picturesque and peaceful, this place is especially worth visiting during mons ...

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  • Naraini Mata

    Naraini Mata

    Alwar

    Naraini Mata

    Located 80 kilometres southwest of Alwar, this picturesque spot houses hot springs and is also known for a temple dedicated to Naraini Mata. The yearly fair held here on the occasion of Baisakh Sudi is attended by people of all castes with the congre ...

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  • Nareli Jain Temple

    Nareli Jain Temple

    Ajmer

    Nareli Jain Temple

    The Nareli Jain Temple in Ajmer, also known as the Shri Gyandoaya Tirth Kshetra, is situated on the outskirts of Ajmer on the national highway to Jaipur. This modern edifice is celebrated for being a perfect blend of traditional and contemporary arch ...

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  • Neelkanth

    Neelkanth

    Alwar

    Neelkanth

    A few miles west of Rajgarh, in the hills above Tehla village, lies the Neelkanth temple. Tehla used to be a town adorned with temples and statues making it an interesting place from an archaeological point of view.

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  • Nimbo Ka Nath Temple

    Nimbo Ka Nath Temple

    Pali

    Nimbo Ka Nath Temple

    The NimbokaNath Temple is situated on the Falna-Sanderav route and is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Legend has it that Kunti, the mother of the Pandavas worshipped Lord Shiva and spent most of her time during their exile worshipping Mahadev here. It is al ...

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  • Panchdev Mandir

    Panchdev Mandir

    Shekhawati

    Panchdev Mandir

    Shree Panchdev Temple is situated at the core of the well-known Shekhawati province. Every core of this province narrates its own history of bravery and valour. The excellent fresco paintings of havelis attracts a steady flow of tourists throughout t ...

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  • Pandu Pol

    Pandu Pol

    Alwar

    Pandu Pol

    A trail through the Sariska Sanctuary gate leads to this temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman. At the Pandu Pol or Pandu gate, gushes a spring that appears to magically cascade down from the hard and compact rocks. Legend has it that the Pandava brothers ...

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  • Pap Mochini Temple

    Pap Mochini Temple

    Pushkar

    Pap Mochini Temple

    Presided by the deity Ekadashi Mata, the Pap Mochini temple is believed to provide respite to followers from their cardinal sins. Located in the northern section of Pushkar, the temple is like a pearl in the crown of Pushkar. Having a great spiritual ...

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  • Paraheda

    Paraheda

    Banswara

    Paraheda

    Paraheda, a famous Shiva temple, is located in Garhi Tehsil. It was constructed by King Mandlik in the 12th century and is approximately 22 kilometres from Banswara.

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  • Parshuram Mahadev Temple

    Parshuram Mahadev Temple

    Pali

    Parshuram Mahadev Temple

    A cave temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, the ParshuramMahadev Temple has a fascinating story. It is said that Parshuram, an avatar of Lord Vishnu, made the cave with his axe and worshipped Lord Shiva here. Situated over 3990 feet above sea level, this ...

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  • Raghunathji Mandir

    Raghunathji Mandir

    Shekhawati

    Raghunathji Mandir

    Raghunathji Mandir, also known as Bara Mandir, is located in the vicinity of the Ratangarh town. Dedicated to Lord Raghunath or Rama, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, the temple is believed to be constructed in early 19th century. It is a single storie ...

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  • Ram Kund

    Ram Kund

    Banswara

    Ram Kund

    It is also known as ‘Phati Khan’ because there is a deep cave under a hill. There is a Pool of very cold water found through out the year. It is said that Lord Ram, during his exile came & stayed here. It is a beautiful place surrounded by hills.

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  • Ramdevra Temple

    Ramdevra Temple

    Jaisalmer

    Ramdevra Temple

    Located 12 kilometres from Pokhran on the Jodhpur – Jaisalmer route lies Ramdevra Temple. While most people assume it is a temple dedicated Lord Ram, it is in fact, dedicated to renowned saint Baba Ramdevji. The temple marks the eternal resting place ...

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  • Ramgarh Bhand Devra Temple

    Ramgarh Bhand Devra Temple

    Baran

    Ramgarh Bhand Devra Temple

    Situated about 40 km away from Baran city, the Ramgarh Bhand Devra temple devoted to Lord Shiva is said to date back to as long as the 10th century. Built in the Khajuraho style of architecture, it is also known as the mini Khajuraho of Rajasthan. Si ...

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  • Ranakpur Jain Temples

    Ranakpur Jain Temples

    Pali

    Ranakpur Jain Temples

    Built in the 15th century after a Jain businessman was believed to have had a divine vision, the Ranakpur Jain Temple is dedicated to Adinath, a very important figure in Jain cosmology. Named after the provincial monarch Rana Kumbha who supported and ...

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  • Rangji Temple

    Rangji Temple

    Pushkar

    Rangji Temple

    The gracious and conspicuous Rangji Temple is another popular shrine that witnesses thousands of pilgrims and tourists every year. The temple is dedicated to Lord Rangji, believed to be an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. The influence of South Indian sty ...

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  • Rani Bhatiyani Temple

    Rani Bhatiyani Temple

    Barmer

    Rani Bhatiyani Temple

    Rani Bhatiyani Temple is located in Jasol. She is especially worshipped by the Manganiar bard community as she is said to have given a divine vision to a Manganiar. Many also refer to this goddess as Majisa or mother and sing songs in her honour. Leg ...

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  • Rani Sati Mandir

    Rani Sati Mandir

    Shekhawati

    Rani Sati Mandir

    Rani Sati Mandir is a well-known temple situated in Jhunjhunu district in the Rajasthan. This temple has a history of more than 400 years and is an indication to feminine bravery and spirit. It is also famous for its magnificence, and extraordinary ...

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  • Sai Baba Temple

    Sai Baba Temple

    Ajmer

    Sai Baba Temple

    Spread over an area of over five bheegas (or over two acres) at Ajay Nagar, the Sai Baba Temple in Ajmer was constructed by Suresh K Lal, a resident of the Garib Nawaz City in 1999. It’s one of the most recent pieces of architecture and is very popul ...

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  • Samai Mata Bhandariya

    Samai Mata Bhandariya

    Banswara

    Samai Mata Bhandariya

    About 400 steps take you the temple of Samai Mata, perched on top of a hill. It is a beautiful picnic spot about 4kms from the city.

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  • Savitri Temple

    Savitri Temple

    Pushkar

    Savitri Temple

    Dedicated to Lord Brahma's first wife, Goddess Savitri, this temple is situated on a hillock right behind the Brahma temple. While climbing the long series of steps leading to the temple, one can catch a panoramic view of the lake, surrounding temple ...

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  • Shahabad Fort

    Shahabad Fort

    Baran

    Shahabad Fort

    One of the strongest forts in Hadoti, the Shahabad fort is situated about 80 km from Baran. Constructed by Mukatmani Dev, a Chauhan Rajput, this fort dates back to the 16th century. Standing tall in a densely forested area, the fort is surrounded by ...

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  • Shahi Jama Masjid of Shahabad

    Shahi Jama Masjid of Shahabad

    Baran

    Shahi Jama Masjid of Shahabad

    Constructed during the reign of the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb, the Shahi Jama Masjid of Shahabad is situated around 80 km from Baran. An architectural marvel that attracts a large number of tourists every year, the Shahi Jama Masjid was built on the p ...

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  • Shiv Bari Temple

    Shiv Bari Temple

    Bikaner

    Shiv Bari Temple

    Located just 6 kilometres from Bikaner, this Shiva temple is fortified by a high wall. It was commissioned and built by Maharaja Doongar Singh in the 19th century to commemorate his father Maharaja Lal Singh. The highlights of this red stone temple a ...

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  • Shri Beed ke Balaji

    Shri Beed ke Balaji

    Bhilwara

    Shri Beed ke Balaji

    Across India, Balaji is a name fondly bestowed upon the monkey god, Hanuman. The Shri Beed ke Balaji is temple is situated 3 kilometres away from Kanechhan village in Shahpura tehsil. Isolated and surrounded by nature, it is a wonderful spot to visit ...

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  • Shri Charbhujanath Temple

    Shri Charbhujanath Temple

    Bhilwara

    Shri Charbhujanath Temple

    Many visitors in Bhilwara head to Rajsamand, where the revered Charbhuja Mandir is located. The temple, located at a convenient distance from Bhilwara, is consecrated to Lord Vishnu. It is situated in the Kotri tehsil.

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  • Shri Laxminath Temple

    Shri Laxminath Temple

    Bikaner

    Shri Laxminath Temple

    The rulers of Bikaner regarded Lord Laxminathji (Lord Vishnu) as the real king of Bikaner and themselves as his Deewans or Ministers. This temple, made of marble and red stone, was constructed to enshrine Lord Laxminath whose throne rests here.

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  • Shri Mahavirji Temple

    Shri Mahavirji Temple

    Sawaimadhopur

    Shri Mahavirji Temple

    Located on the banks of Gambhiri River, stands the pilgrimage site dedicated to Sri Mahavirji, the 24th Jain Tirthankara.This temple has a long story of existence and is known to be one of the miraculous pilgrimages of Jains.

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  • Shri Nakoda Jain Temple

    Shri Nakoda Jain Temple

    Barmer

    Shri Nakoda Jain Temple

    Built in the 3rd century, this temple has been renovated multiple times. Alamshah invaded and looted this temple in the 13th century and failed to steal the idol as it was hidden in a village a few miles away. The idol was brought back and the temple ...

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  • Shrinathji Temple

    Shrinathji Temple

    Dungarpur

    Shrinathji Temple

    MaharawalPunjraj built this temple in the year 1623. The idols of Shri Radhikaji and GoverdhanNathji are the main attractions. The complex also houses several shrines dedicated to Shri BankeBihariji and Shri Ramchandraji.

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  • Sirey Mandir

    Sirey Mandir

    Jalore

    Sirey Mandir

    Located at a height of 646 metres on the Kalashachal hill, the temple is believed to have been built by Rawal Ratan Singh in honour of Maharishi Jabali. Legend has it that the Pandavas once took refuge in the temple. The path to the temple passes thr ...

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  • Sitabari

    Sitabari

    Baran

    Sitabari

    Located 45 km from Baran, Sitabari is a famous place of worship and also doubles up as a popular picnic spot. Dotted with temples dedicate to Sita and Laxman, many believe this is the birth place of Lord Ram and Sita’s twin sons, Luv and Kush. It als ...

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  • Somnath Temple

    Somnath Temple

    Jodhpur

    Somnath Temple

    Situated right in the middle of Pali city, the Somnath temple is known for its historical background and sculptures. It was built by the King of Gujarat, Kumarpal Solanki in the year 1920 and is home to many smaller temples of other gods and goddesse ...

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  • Soniji Ki Nasiyan

    Soniji Ki Nasiyan

    Ajmer

    Soniji Ki Nasiyan

    Soniji ki Nasiyan, also known as the Ajmer Jain Temple, is a wonderful example of ornate architecture, and is dedicated to Risabh or Adinath. Its entrance is made of red stone and the marble staircase inside is engraved with images of the holy Tirtha ...

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  • Sorsan Mataji Temple

    Sorsan Mataji Temple

    Baran

    Sorsan Mataji Temple

    Sorsan Mataji temple, also known as Brahmani Mata Mandir is located at a distance of 20 km from Baran in Sorsan village. The temple houses a special oil lamp, ‘Akhand Jyot’ which, if stories are to be believed, has been burning uninterrupted for 400 ...

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  • Sri Panchkund Shiva Temple

    Sri Panchkund Shiva Temple

    Pushkar

    Sri Panchkund Shiva Temple

    Sri Panchkund Shiva Temple is said to have been built by the five Pandavas. Located on the eastern edge of the town, this temple is around 2-3 kilometres from the lake.

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  • Sundha Mata Temple

    Sundha Mata Temple

    Jalore

    Sundha Mata Temple

    Atop the Sundha Mountain in the Aravalli Range lies the Sundha Mata Temple. This temple is built at a height of 1220 m above sea level and is regarded very sacred by devotees from all over India. The temple houses an idol of Goddess Chamunda Devi an ...

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  • Surpur Temple

    Surpur Temple

    Dungarpur

    Surpur Temple

    This ancient shrine is located on the banks of the Gangdi River about 3 kilometres from Dungarpur. The area around the temple also houses other attractions such as Bhulbhulaiya, Madhavrai Temple, Hathiyon Ki Agad and several inscriptions.

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  • Talvrakash

    Talvrakash

    Alwar

    Talvrakash

    The Sariska-Alwar road leads to this enchanting site where pilgrims bathe in hot sulphur springs. Tinkling scattered temple bells and strolling langurs lend it a unique ambience. It is famous as the place where Mandav Rishi sought penance.

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  • Talwara Temple

    Talwara Temple

    Banswara

    Talwara Temple

    This town is famous for the ancient temple of the Sun, Laxmi Narayan Temple, Jain Temple of Sambharnath, Lord Amaliya Ganesh, Maha Laxmi Temple and Dwarkadhish Temple. A number of Sompura Sculpture artists can be seen carving stones on the roadside i ...

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  • Tanot Mata Temple

    Tanot Mata Temple

    Jaisalmer

    Tanot Mata Temple

    Some 120 kilometres away from Jaisalmer is the Tanot Mata Temple. Tanot Mata is considered to be a reincarnation of Goddess Hinglaj. There are many stories of how during the 1965 India-Pakistan war, Tanot was under heavy attack and shelling. However, ...

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  • Temple of Mata Bhadrakali

    Temple of Mata Bhadrakali

    Hanumangarh

    Temple of Mata Bhadrakali

    Located at a distance of 7 kms from Hanumangarh, the temple of Mata Bhadrakali is on the banks of the Ghaggar River. The deity the temple is dedicated to one of the many avatars of Goddess Durga. Constructed by the sixth king of Bikaner Maharaja Ram ...

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  • Temple of Shri Gogaji

    Temple of Shri Gogaji

    Hanumangarh

    Temple of Shri Gogaji

    At around 120 km from the city of Hanumangarh, lies the Temple of Shri Gogaji. Legend has it that Gogaji was a warrior who possessed spiritual powers and he is also referred to as the ‘God of Snakes’. The temple was built in his honour almost 900 yea ...

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  • The Ajmer Sharif Dargah

    The Ajmer Sharif Dargah

    Ajmer

    The Ajmer Sharif Dargah

    This is a Sufi shrine which encloses the ‘maqbara’ (grave) of Garib Nawaz, the Sufi saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti. Built in the 13th century, the shrine is popular among people of all faiths who flock here to have their prayers answered. The shrine h ...

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  • Tijara Jain Temple

    Tijara Jain Temple

    Alwar

    Tijara Jain Temple

    About 60 kilometres from the Alwar-Delhi route lies this important centre of Jain pilgrimage. The exquisitely decorated ancient temple was built to commemorate the eighth Tirthankar, Shri Chandra Prabha Bhagwan. The son of King Mahasen and Queen Sula ...

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  • Tilasvan Mahadev

    Tilasvan Mahadev

    Bhilwara

    Tilasvan Mahadev

    Located 15 km from Bijolia, are four temples, the principal of which is dedicated to Sarweshwar (Shiva), which reportedly belongs to 10th or 11th century. The temple complex also houses a monastery, a kund or reservoir and a toran or triumphal arch. ...

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  • Tripura Sundari

    Tripura Sundari

    Banswara

    Tripura Sundari

    There is a temple of Goddess Tripura Sundari known as Tartai Mata here, which has beautiful idol of black stone having 18 hands each carrying a symbol, while the Goddess is seen riding a tiger. The exact date of construction of this temple is not kno ...

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  • Tulja Bhavani Temple

    Tulja Bhavani Temple

    Chittorgarh

    Tulja Bhavani Temple

    Tulja Bhavani temple, an architectural wonder, is a Hindu temple of the goddess Durga, built in the 16th century by Banvir. Legend says that it is named after Banvir who donated various ornaments (Tula Dan) equaling his weight for relief funds.

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  • Varaha Temple

    Varaha Temple

    Pushkar

    Varaha Temple

    Varaha temple is the largest and the most ancient temple of Pushkar. Constructed by the 12th century ruler, King Anaji Chauhan, this temple is dedicated to the third incarnation of Lord Vishnu as a wild boar. Legend has it that Varaha rescued the ear ...

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  • Vijay Raj Rajeshwer Temple

    Vijay Raj Rajeshwer Temple

    Dungarpur

    Vijay Raj Rajeshwer Temple

    The Vijay Rajrajeshwer Temple is located along the banks of the GaibSagar Lake. The temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva and his consort, Goddess Parvati, displays the fine architecture of its times. The construction of the temple was ordered by Maharawal ...

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  • Vishnu Temple

    Vishnu Temple

    Barmer

    Vishnu Temple

    Located in Khed, the Vishnu temple is one of the most important tourist locations in Barmer. Even though the temple is falling apart, it is still a marvel of architecture and has a grand aura surrounding it. The markets around this temple are known s ...

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  • Vithala Deo Temple

    Vithala Deo Temple

    Banswara

    Vithala Deo Temple

    Barely a few kilometres from Banswara lies the Vithala Deo Temple. A beautiful red structure, this temple, dedicated to Lord Krishna.

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  • Watch the evening prayers at Varah Ghat

    Watch the evening prayers at Varah Ghat

    Pushkar

    Watch the evening prayers at Varah Ghat

    A mesmerising ceremony involving bells and lamps, the evening prayer at the ghat is not to be missed. Watch the aarti ceremonies at the Brahma Temple. The ‘Hare Krishna’ chanting will likely wake you up anyway, so make sure you watch it.

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