5 Most Famous Temples in Rajasthan

Rajasthan is the place of the rajas or the royals. The existence of a lot of monuments of peace and worship is obvious at such places. Taking up the Rajasthan Tour Package will help you in realizing the great architectural structures of the temples. Most of these temples constructed in the 8th to the 11 century depicted the love for art and architecture of the Maharajas. The Jaipur Tour Package includes visiting the famous temples in and around Jaipur like the Birla Temple, Galtaji Temple and the Akshardham Temple besides the other major attraction in the city.

5 Most Famous Temples

Though there are many ancient temples in the state that are visited by devotees, pilgrims and even tourists all year through, we are listing out only a few here.

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Birla Mandir, Jaipur

The Birla Mandir is fairly a new construction compared to the other temples. The Birla Mandir, constructed by the Birla Group of Industries in 1988 is at the foot of Moti Dungari Hill in an elevated land in Jaipur. The temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi. The brightly lit temple looks magnificent at night. The three domes of the temple give it the majestic appearance.

Brahma Temple in Pushkar

The famous Brahma temple is located at Pushkar close to the sacred Pushkar Lake. The 2000-year-old temple is dedicated to the Hindu God, Brahma who is considered the creator of the World. The temple is built of marble and stone slabs. Pilgrims and devotees take the holy dip in the lake before going to the temple for darshan. The footfall in the temple increases by several folds in Kartika Poornima.

Galtaji Temple, Jaipur

The ancient Galtaji Temple is situated at Khania-Balaji which is about 10 kms away from Jaipur. The temple complex has temples devoted to Lord Balaji, Surya Dev and Ramgopalji. Maker Sankranti is celebrated with joy here.

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Many other ancient famous temples built by the rulers exist in Rajasthan that is rich in culture and architectural skills.

Eklingji Temple, Udaipur

The temple complex in Kailashpuri town in Udaipur district consists of 108 temples built in 734 AD. The place is around 22 kms away from Udaipur. There is the four-faced Shiva idol made of black marble being worshipped in one of the main temples.

Mata Ambika Temple, Jagat

The Mata Ambika Temple is situated in Jagat around 50 kms north east of Udaipur. The temple was built around 961 AD. Goddess Durga in her incarnation as Mata Ambika is worshipped in the temple. The sculptures’ of the temple have been preserved to this day to let the tourists and visitors get an idea of the great architectural and artistic skills in the artisans of that era. The temple is also known as the ‘Khajuraho of Rajasthan’.

Tanot Mata Temple also very famous temple of western state of Rajasthan in District Jaisalmer of India. If any one want to visit tanot mata temple they can book Royal Adventure Tour Company that provide Jaisalmer tour package

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