Spiritual Places of Rajasthan

The land of Royal culture and Tradition, Rajasthan, is a imperative destination for spiritual tour of Rajasthan. Feel spiritually pleased as you explore the Spiritual places in Rajasthan. Rajasthan is a land of Dharma, where spirituality is the lifeblood of the nation, portraying a holy pattern that is truly remarkable.

Ajmer-e-Sharief

Location: Ajmer, Rajasthan
Dedicated To: Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti
Built By: Shahjahan
Built In: 17th century
Get There: Jaipur is the nearest airport of this mosque which is 132 kilometers far from Ajmer-e- Sharief.
Best Time to Visit: May

The Ajmer-e- Sharief is the most famous shrine of the Muslim which is situated in Ajmer. Only Muslim devotees do not go this mosque but Hindu devotees also go to offer the entreaty. The Khwaja left for heavenly abode in 1256 AD after a six day prayer in seclusion. Urs fair and Taragarh Fort are the other major attritions of this place. The Emperor Shahjahan built marble pavilions around the Ana Sagar Lake in the 17th century. Ajmer was founded by Ajayadeva, an 11th-century Rajput ruler. It was annexed shortly afterwards by the Delhi Sultanate in 1193, but was returned to the local rulers upon payment of tribute. Shrine in Ajmer sharif is an important religious institution which for centuries has been attracting pilgrims from all over the world. The entry to the Dargah is through the Dargah Bazar that leads to the inner courtyard. The high gateway has beautifully carved silver doors.

Birla Mandir

Location: Jaipur, Rajasthan
Dedicated To: Lord Vishnu and Goddess Laxmi
Built By: Birla group
Built In: 1988
Get There: Jaipur is the nearest Railway station and Airport.
Best Time to Visit: October to March

The Birla temple is situated in the pink city Jaipur. The temple is situated at the foot of Moti Dungri Fort and is built by the prominent and prosperous business family of Birlas. The temple built in white sandstone is highly valued place of worship for Hindus. The amazing thing presented here is that the image of Laxmi Narayan is sculpted out of a single piece of marble. In close closeness of the temple is a small museum that displays the family circle products and objects of the Birla family. Hawa Mahal, Amber fort, Jal Mahal, Sheetla Mata Fair etc are the other attractions around this Temple.

Dilwara Temple

Location: Mount Abu, Rajasthan
Dedicated To: Lord Rishabdev and Adi Nath
Get There: Udaipur is the nearest airport and Abu is the nearest railhead.
Best Time to Visit: October to March

The temple is situated in the hill station of Mount Abu at the distance of 2 and half kilometers. It is unfeasible to deny the creative exquisiteness of Dilwara Temple. Vimal Vasati Temple, Luna Vasahi, Rang Mandap, Parshavnath Temple etc are the other spiritual tourist destination around the Mount Abu. The effortlessness in design may remind one that Jainism has always encouraged honesty and frugality. The temples are in the center of a range of forested hills. A high wall shrouds the shrine compound. The entire temple is carved out of white marble. On the basis of its artistic plea and mastery over architecture, the temples are rated as one of the most stunning pilgrimage sites of Jains.

Dwarkadhish Temple

Location: 65 kilometers from Udaipur, Kankroli Rajsamand
Dedicated To: Lord Krishna (Dwarkadish)
Built In: 16 century
Built By: Maharaja Raj Singh
Get There: Udaipur is the nearest railway station and airport.
Best Time to Visit: October to March

This Famous temple of Dwarkadish is located in the Kankroli. Kankroli is mainly known for its temple which is positioned on the banks of renowned Rajsamand Lake. This significant temple is built by Maharaja Raj Singh. The chief deity of Kankroli temple is believed to have imported from Mathura, the hometown of Lord Krishna. Dwarkadhish is the also known as Sri Krishna. There are fifty six stairs before its main entry. Its flag, which is highest in the world, always flutters on top of the shrine.

Kaila Devi Temple

Location: Karauli district, 160 kilometers from Jaipur and 103 kilometers from Sawai Madhopur
Dedicated To: Mahalakshmi (Goddess of wealth)
Founded In: 1348
Built In: 1100 AD
Built By: princely Jadaun Rajput
Get There: Jaipur is the nearest airport which is 160 kilometers away from this temple and closest railway station is Karauli station and the Jaipur railway station.
Best Time to Visit: September to March

The Kaila Devi Temple is situated on the bank of river Kalisil, in the hill of Trikut which is 2 kilometers far from the North West of Kaila village and 23 kilometers from Karauli in Rajasthan, India. This temple is of Shri Kaila Devi ji which is reigning deity of millions of people of eastern Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and U.P. Around 60 lacs pilgrims flock to this place every year. The entire temple is made of expensive Marble. The annual fair of Kaila Devi is celebrated in the month of Chaitra (March/ April). The deities are very old and made of stone. It is a good example of medieval structural design. The Shikhar of the shrine is very high like a pyramid.

Rishabhdevji Temple

Location: South of Udaipur at the distance of 65 kilometers, Dhulev, Rajasthan.
Dedicated To: Lord Rishabhdev
Built In: 15th century
Get There: Udaipur is the nearest airport and railway station.
Best Time to Visit: September to March

The Rishabhdev Temple is opened on all four sides. There are 29 halls and 1,444 pillars which are arranged distinctly carved. The presented four images are tall about 72 inches. The idol of Lord Rishabhdev is 35 feet high and is positioned on a 1.25 feet high stone and is the centre, there are two bulls in the region of an image of the goddess, in addition to statues of elephants and lions. Lord Maharvira is the 24th and the last Jain Tirathankar (prophet) who founded Jainism around 500 B.C. The entrance of the Jain architecture temple has some beautiful carving and two large black stone elephants. Bambora, Jagat, Jaisamand Lake, Dungarpur etc are the other tourist attractions in Udaipur.

Shri Ramdev Temple

Location: 13 kilometers from Pokram, Jaisalmer district, Rajasthan
Dedicated To: Ramdevji
Get There: The nearest airport is Jaisalmer which is 125 kilometers far from this temple and closest railway station is Ramdevra.
Best Time to Visit: September to March

Shri Ramdevji temple is a perfect exemplary of national coadunation and communal conformity. People maintain tremendous devotion, loyalty and veneration for Shri Ramdev Temple. Ramdevji was born in the household of the Ajmalji in the Tomar Rajput family. Since childhood, he performed many miracles ans won the hearts of the people. He also performed a wonder before him. He is also believed to have killed a Domon called Bhairav. There are famous fairs are to be celebrated twice of year and various cultural events are also organized during this fair.
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