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Temples in Jaipur

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Jaipur the pink city is also a perpetual attraction to tourists from different parts of the countries for being the abode of a large number of historical palaces and temples. Mostly the people of Jaipur, are devout of Hanuman and lord Ganesha. There are also ardent worshippers of Lord Shiva and Shri Krishna. As a result festivals like holi, navaratri, diwali are feted with devotion and grandeur. Before you embark on your expedition to land of camel safari and history we have tried to make a list of most visited tourist attractions for you:


Govind Ji Temple:

It is one of the most sacred tourist destinations in Rajasthan located in the City Palace of Jaipur. Lord Shri Krishna is worshipped here as Guru Govindji. During Janmasthami there is a massive gathering in the temple and also there is gala celebration. Read More


Galta Ji Temple: (Monkey Temple)

This is an ancient temple located at a distance of 10 km from Jaipur, on the Aravalli Hills amidst dense foliage.  The premises of the temple constitutes of 7 holy “kunds” that are naturally formed. Among these the Galta Kund is the holiest one and is believed not to be dried ever. It is believed that taking a dip in the Galta Kund saves you of all your sins. Read More


Birla Temple:

This temple is better known as the Laxmi Narayan Temple and dedicated to goddess Laxmi. But there are idols of Brahma also. It is built in Jaipur. It was built in 1988 by the M.P Birla Foundation. The best time to visit the temple is from October to March. Read More


Moti Dungri:

It was constructed by Seth Jairam Paliwal in the 18 th century and is perched on a hill surrounded by an exotic palace. The temple is encompassed by the Moti Dungri palace which is a replica of Scottish architecture. It stretches for 2 kms and is carved out of a single stone. Read More


ISKCON Temple at Jaipur:

On September 1965, His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada built the temple of ISKCON Temple at Jaipu to realize the prophecy made by Lord Chaitanya that his name would spread to each and every nook of every town and village. Read More


Akshardham Temple: (Lord Narayana)

Located on the Vaisali Nagar of Jaipur this temple is one of the arty shrines of Jaipur. The temple is one of the best in Jaipur. Read More


Kanak Vrindavan:

It was approximately built almost 280 years ago by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh of Jaipur. It is on the way to Amer. Here the main deity is Lord Krishna. Read More


Chulgiri Temple:

The Chulgiri Jain Temple at Jaipur is a globally famous Jain Temple placed on the Aravali hills of the Jaipur-Agra Road. Read More


Shila Devi Temple:

This temple is located in a quiet village of Jaipur. The worshipped goddess is Maa Kaali who had been brought by a ruler from Bengal. Read More


Khole ke Hanuman Ji Temple:

It is located at Laxman Doongri, Delhi Bypass, Jaipur of Rajasthan. It is one of the oldest temples in the state and the deity of worship is Hanumanji. Read More

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