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Rajasthan Religious Places

Birla Mandir, Brahma Temple, Karni Mata Temple, Eklingji Temple, Galtaji Temple, Mehandipur Balaji Temple, Sai Dham, Rani Sati Temple, Ambika Mata Temple, Ranakpur Jain Temple, Dilwara Jain Temples, Ajmer Sharif, Govind Dev Ji Temple, and more.


Like the state itself, the religious places in Rajasthan, too, are exuberant, vibrant, and royal in nature. The best example of it would be the Birla Mandir in Jaipur , which showcases a grand amalgamation of beauty, craftful artisanship, and an aristocratic grandeur! If you are looking for a rather calm and serene atmosphere to enjoy the religious vibe of the temple, then the Mehendipur Balaji Mandir should be an ideal option for you.

Aside from it, Karni Mata Temple is yet another place that offers a blend of Indian and Mughal culture. It also houses a beautiful trident, which can be seen miles away from the eloquent temple. Ajmer Sharif is one of the most prominent religious attractions of Rajasthan and is visited by several devotees every year. 
So, if you are thinking about travelling to Rajasthan and looking for some other religious places, then make sure to read the write-up till the end!

Here is a list of religious places in Rajasthan:

01

Birla Mandir

Birla Mandir
Established in the year 1998 by the Birla family, the Birla Mandir is one of the most famous religious places in Rajasthan. It is located at Moti Dungri Mountain in Jaipur and showcases the beautiful idols of Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi.

There are around three domes available in the temple as well, which portrays the diversity of religions in India. Aside from this, here, you can also find some eloquently crafted statues of religious figures and philosophers in the temple. The actual beauty and exquisiteness of the architecture of Birla Mandir can be savoured during the time of sunset.

Location: Birla Mandir, Jawaharlal Lal Nehru Marg, Tilak Nagar, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302022.

Timing: 6:00 AM to 12:00 PM, 3:00 PM to 9:00 PM (everyday).
02

Brahma Temple

Brahma Temple
Unlike Birla Mandir, the Brahma Temple, located near the eye-catching Pushkar Lake, is aged more than 2000 years. As the name suggests, it is primarily devoted to one of the Gods of Hinduism, Lord Brahma.

However, here, you can also see some masterfully crafted statues of Goddess Saraswati, who is supposed to be his wife. The whole temple was manufactured with glimmering white marble as well as stone stabs, which, in turn, makes it look extremely gorgeous during the daytime. In addition to all these, the place also features a huge tower, which can be witnessed miles away from the location.

Location: Brahma Temple Road, Ganahera, Pushkar, Rajasthan 305022.

Timing: 6:00 AM to 9:00 PM.
03

Karni Mata Temple

Karni Mata Temple
When talking about the most popular religious places in Rajasthan, the first name that comes to mind is Karni Mata Temple. Located at the heart of Bikaner, this beautiful sanctuary worships Karni Mata, who is considered to be the epitome of bravery and courage.

There are more than 20,000 rats that live and get fed in the temple, as a part of the ritual. Due to this reason, Karni Mata Temple is also known as Rat Temple in the local regions. The temple, in essence, showcases an age-old Mughal artisan and features a trident, which can be found at the top of the edifice.

Location: NH89, Deshnok, Bikaner, Rajasthan 334801.

Timing: 5:00 AM to 10:00 PM.
04

Eklingji Temple

Eklingji Temple
Situated in a small town known as Eklingji, the Eklingji Temple is a must-visit exquisite architectural marvel of Rajasthan. The beautiful place of worshipping was built in the eighth century and is devoted to God Eklingji, who is part of Lord Shiva.

Hence, during the Mondays, you can see different types of rituals as well as ceremonies getting performed here. However, the best time to visit this place would Maha Shiva Ratri due to the obvious ceremonial purpose. Aside from the religiousness, the surroundings of the temple are also quite beautiful, which, in turn, makes them an ideal place to take some photos.

Location: Shri Eklingji Temple, Udaipur, Delvada Marg, Eklingji, Rajasthan 313202.

Timing: 4:15 AM to 6:15 AM, 10:30 AM to 1:30 PM, 5:15 PM to 7:45 PM.
05

Galtaji Temple

Galtaji Temple
Galtaji Temple is, in essence, a prehistoric pilgrimage location, which is sited only around 10km away from the capital of Rajasthan. Also known as Monkey Temple among the locals for obvious reasons, the temple was established in the 18th century.

The temple is encircled by a huge number of hills, which, in turn, makes it quite picturesque as well. There are various paintings and images drawn on the walls of the sanctuary, which depicts the stories of Hinduism. You would not really have to pay any entrance fee to visit the temple, however, in some cases, they might ask for donations.

Location: Shri Galta Peetham, Galva Ashrama, Jaipur, Rajasthan, 302013.

Timing: 5:00 AM to 9:00 PM.
06

Rani Sati Temple

Rani Sati Temple
One of the oldest religious places in Rajasthan, the Rani Sati Temple was established around the 13th Century in Jhunjhunu. As you can already understand from the name, it is, indeed, devoted Rani Sati, who was known for her personality and pride.

The interior section of the temple has been made with marble stone and, thus, looks absolutely effervescent during nighttime due to lightings. The housing also houses various smaller temples of Lord Ganesh, Goddess Sita, Lord Shiva, Hanuman, and many more. There is also a sanctum of Rani Sati available here that symbolizes strength, pride, bravery, and boldness.

Location: Rani Sati Mandir, Chobari Mandi Colony, Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan 333001.

Timing: 5:30 AM to 1:00 PM and 3:00 PM to 10:30 PM.
07

Ambika Mata Temple

Ambika Mata Temple
Unlike most other religious places in Rajasthan mentioned previously, the Ambika Mata Temple is located a little bit far away from the city areas. However, if you are travelling to Rajasthan for the first time in your life, then it should be a must-visit place for you. In essence, the temple features an exquisite form of Indian architecture, which looks quite intricate in the interior as well.

The carvings of the exterior are pretty complex and might remind you of the Khajuraho Temples of MP. Primarily, the temple worships the Goddess of dignity and strength, Maa Durga, but you can also find some traces of Jainism here.

Location: MDR 11, Udaipur, Rajasthan 313905.

Timing: 6:00 AM to 7:00 PM.
08

Ranakpur Jain Temple

Ranakpur Jain Temple
Also known as Chaturmukha Dharana Vihara, the Ranakpur Jain Temple is purely a Jain sanctuary, which is dedicated to Tirthankara Rishabhanata. It is located near the beautiful village of Ranakpur and offers an exquisitely scenic view of a vibrant surrounding.

One of the must-see things of the temple is obviously the statuette of Lord Adinath, who is considered to be the very first Tirthankara of Jainism. Another amazing thing about the temple is that each of its pillars looks much different than the others. To enter the premises of the temple, the foreigners will be charged around INR 200 and the fees for the camera would be counted differently.

Location: Desuri, Ranakpur Rd, Sadri, Rajasthan 306702.

Timing: 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM.
09

Dilwara Jain Temples

Dilwara Jain Temples
Dilwara Jain Temples, also known as Delvada Temples, are located only around two and a half kilometres away from Mount Abu. According to the locals, these beautiful sanctuaries were built in between the eleventh and thirteenth century by Vastupal Tejpal and Vipul Shah.

The architectural style as well as the magnificent stone carvings of the temples looks exquisitely beautiful during the daytime. Like its exterior, the interior of the holy place looks quite intricate yet beautiful as well. Moreover, the good news is that you can take as many pictures here as you want just by paying the small amount of entrance fee.

Location: Delwara, Mount Abu, Rajasthan 307501.

Timing: 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM.
10

Ajmer Sharif

Ajmer Sharif
The Dargah of Ajmer Sharif serves as the tomb of the Sufi Saint Moinuddin Chishti and is considered to be one of the most religious places in Rajasthan. This calm and glorious place houses a huge number of constituents that include tombs, Daalaans, and courtyards.

Among these, some of the most popular ones are – Buland Darwaza, Aulia Masjid, Jama Masjid, Nizam Gate, Darga Shrine, etc. While visiting here, you can also find two different cauldrons located just inside of the inner courtyard of the place. These do have a capacity of around 4480kg and 2240kg and are usually used for cooking sumptuous delicacies.

Location: 111, Dargah Sharif, Khadim Mohalla, Diggi Bazaar, Ajmer, Rajasthan 305001.

Timing: 6:00 AM to 9:00 PM.
11

Govind Dev Ji Temple

Govind Dev Ji Temple
Situated at the heart of Jaipur District, the Govind Dev Ji Temple is yet another of the religious places in Rajasthan that you simply cannot miss out on. As the name of the sanctuary implies, the temple is primarily dedicated to Lord Krishna, whose statue can be seen from City Palace.

It was established by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh II in the year of 1735 and, since then, has been renovated quite some times. However, its overall architectural value, essence, beauty, as well as elegance have not changed at all to say the least. Nonetheless, the place is, indeed, pretty small and, thus, can be visited within only around one or two hours.

Location: Jalebi Chowk, Jai Niwas Garden, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302002.

Timing: 5:00 AM to 9:00 PM.
12

Khatu Shyam Ji Temple

Khatu Shyam Ji Temple
The name of the Khatu Shyam Ji Temple has been derived from the name of the district where it is established, Khatushyamji. According to the pilgrims, this place houses the actual head of Khatushyam or Barbarika, who is an integral character of Mahabharata.

The temple is somewhat small in size; however, it does look quite beautiful as well as charming nonetheless. At the center of the sanctuary, you can find the small yet noticeable figurine of Khatushyam who willingly gave his head to Lord Krishna.

Location: Shri, Shyam Mandir Rd, Committee, Khatoo, Rajasthan 332602.

Timing: 5:30 AM to 1:00 PM, 4:30 PM to 9:00 PM.
13

Moti Doongri Temple

Moti Doongri Temple
Like many other religious places in Rajasthan, the Moti Doongri Temple, too, was established in the 18th century. As per the historical records, it was built under the keen administration of Seth Jai Ram Paliwal.

The beautiful temple features the age-old aroma of Indian artisan and resembles almost like an ancient Scottish Castle. There are three huge domes, too, available in the sanctuary that symbolizes the religions of the country. Moti Doongri Temple is crafted with stone carvings and has some authentic lattice-based works on its marbles. There is also a beautiful statue of Lord Ganesha available in the heart of the temple.

Location: Moti Doongri Road, Tilak Nagar, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302006.

Timing: 5:30 AM to 1:30 PM, 4:30 PM to 9:00 PM.
14

Parshvanath Temple

Parshvanath Temple
In truth, the Parshvanath Temple is known as one of the most underrated religious places in Rajasthan due to its location – right beside the Ranakpur Jain Temple. However, it still bears a lot of historical significance and offers a discriminating Indian architectural brilliance.

One of the best things about the temple is that it usually does not get too many visitors. So, if you are thinking about going somewhere where you can spend some unruffled moments with God, then this one should be an ideal destination for you.

Location: Kushalgarh, Banswara, Rajasthan, India.

Timing: 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM.
15

Sri Ramdev Ji Temple

Sri Ramdev Ji Temple
Located around 12 km away from the Jaisalmer district of Rajasthan, the Sri Ramdev Ji Temple is yet another of the must-visit religious places in Rajasthan. It is dedicated to Baba Ramdev who rose to prominence around the 14th century in Indian due to his mystical healing power.

The temple is, indeed, quite large and displays the authentic beauty of the ancient yet vibrant Rajputana artisan. The doors of the sanctuary open during the early hours, around 5:00 AM, so if you do wish to make a quick visit here, then be sure to wake up as early as possible.

Location: Temple Rd, Jaipal Basti, Ramdevra, Rajasthan 345023.

Timing: 5:00 AM to 12:00 PM, 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM, 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM.
16

Kaila Devi Temple

Kaila Devi Temple
The Kaila Devi Temple is located in the village of Kailadevi of the mild and meek Karauli District. As it can be comprehended from the name, this temple is devoted to Kaila Devi who is known to be the goddess of primordial energy and strength.

As per reports, the temple was established in the year of 1600 AD, which, in turn, makes it one of the oldest structures in the country. Primarily, the temple is popular among travellers due to the beautiful idol of Maa Kaila Devi and her shrine. However, many people, these days, also come here to relish the beauty of intricate designing and carvings of the temple.

Location: Keladevi, Rajasthan 322243.

Timing: 4:00 AM to 8:30 PM.
17

Tijara Jain Temple

Tijara Jain Temple
Situated in the small hill town of Tijara, Alwar District, the Tijara Temple is a Jain sanctuary that has been devoted to Chandraprbha. It was found and established in the year of 1956 when some people found the eighth Tirthankara, Chandra Prabhu, during an excavation.

One of the most popular religious places in Rajasthan, the holy sanctum features a 15-inch tall idol of Chandra Prabhu, which is located at its heart. Previously, there was only one white marble-made figurine situated inside of the temple, but, later, another statue of 8-inch was added to it.

Location: Jain Mandir Road, Jain Mandir Market, Tijara, Rajasthan 301411.

Timing: 8:00 Am to 9:00 PM.
18

Mehandipur Balaji Temple

The Mehendipur Balaji Mandir is one of the most-noted religious places in Rajasthan. The beautiful piece of architecture worships the God of strength and energy, Shri Hanuman, who is a mythical figure stated in Ramayana.

Most of the rituals of the temple are all about mental healing and are usually done during dawn and evening. The overall architecture of the place, too, seems to be quite amazing and enthralling to say the least.

Additionally, like Galtaji Temple, you would also not have to pay any entrance fee in any way. However, if you wish to get the blessings of Shri Hanuman, then we would suggest you to visit the temple as early as possible.

Location: Bandikui Railway Station, 3 Km from Jaipur-Agra National Highway, Dausa, Rajasthan 303303, India.

Timing: 4:00 AM to 10:00 PM.
19

Sai Dham

The ever-so-glorious Sai Dham is one of the Char Dham-s of Rajasthan that offers both an admirable visual treat and an excellent spiritual experience. Located near Pali District, this serene temple showcases the same design as the Shirdi Sai Baba Temple, which is located in Maharashtra.

The overall architecture of the temple features an old-Indian artisan, which looks quite pretty during the nighttime. To savour the beauty of ancient Indian culture and listen to the religious bhajans, make sure to visit Sai Dham during the evening. There is no need to spare any costs here, however, you may offer a small amount of donation to the saints of the place.

Location: Kaveri Path, Mansarovar, Mansarovar Sector 1, Mansarovar, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302020.

Timing: 6:00 PM to 8:00 AM.
20

Nathdwara Temple

Nathdwara Temple

A 17th-century structure, Nathdwara temple is among the most religious places to visit in Udaipur. It has a simple structure but the spiritual aura and the marble carvings set it apart. The temple is known among locals as the Srinath Ji ki Haveli and has a religious significance in Udaipur.

The statue of Krishna in this temple is the avatar of a 7-year-old boy. It is carved out of black stone and several legends run around the temple and the idol that is worshipped there. 

Location: Nathdwara, Rajasthan 313301

Distance from city: 47 km

Timings: 5:30 AM to 6:30 PM (Tuesday to Sunday), 5:30 AM to 6 PM (Monday)

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  1. Which are the best religious places to visit in Rajasthan with family?

    1. Dilwara Jain Temples: Known for its exquisite outline and intricate marble stone carvings, the Dilwara Jain Temples should always be at the top of your list of must-visit places in Rajasthan.

    2. Arbuda Devi Temple: The Arbuda Devi Temple is primarily popular among travellers due to its exquisite surroundings and ambience. Moreover, it is also located upon a hill, which, in turn, makes the whole journey a lot more adventurous for the visitors.

    3. Shri Raghunath Temple: Located near the Nakki Lake, Shri Raghunath Temple showcases an exquisite image of Indian culture that you have never seen before.

    4. Adhar Devi Temple: The Adhar Devi Temple is located in an immaculate background of Mount Abu and offers an eloquent view of the statue of the Goddess.

    5. Shankar Math: If you are thinking about going to one of the serene religious places in Rajasthan and spend some quiet moments there, then Shankar Math should be an ideal option for you.
  2. Which are the famous religious places to visit in Rajasthan for couples?

    1. Varaha Temple: One of the oldest temples of Pushkar, the Varaha Temple tends to carry a calmer and tranquil atmosphere, which attracts couples the most.

    2. Karni Mata Temple: Karni Mata Temple is considered to be the ideal place for newly married couples as well as new parents. Here, you can feed the rats with milk and ask for the blessings of the goddess to help you to get through the adversities of life.

    3. Ajmer Sharif Dargah: If you and your better half are, indeed, true history aficionados, then the Ajmer Sharif Dargah should be a must-visit for you.

    4. Shrinathji Temple: Shrinathji Temple, located in Nathdwara, is an ideal option for those couples who are interested in visiting all the pilgrimage spots in the state.

    5. Sachiya Mata Temple: The Sachiya Mata Temple is an ideal option for those couples who wish to visit a religious place as well as click some memorable pictures.
  3. Which are the best religious places to visit in and near Jaipur, Rajasthan?

    1. Birla Mandir: Broadly considered as one of the most religious places in Rajasthan, the beautiful Birla Mandir showcases the true beauty of Rajasthani culture and houses an eloquent idol of Lord Vishnu.

    2. Brahma Temple: Although being one of the oldest sanctuaries in India, the Brahma Temple still proudly displays the authentic beauty of the pure Indian artisan.

    3. Eklingji Temple: If you wish to savour the beauty of intricate carvings and a glorious statue of Lord Shiva, then make sure to visit the Eklingji Temple while you are traversing in Rajasthan.

    4. Rani Sati Temple: One of the largest temples in the state, the Rani Sati Temple is ideal for a perfect family trip due to its historical importance and photogenic surroundings.

    5. Ambika Mata Temple: The small yet utterly-magnificent temple of Ambika Mata is primarily famous among the tourists due to its structural beauty and resemblance to Khajuraho Temple.
  4. What is the best time to visit Rajasthan?

    The months of October to February are considered to be the best time to visit the ancient state of Rajasthan. During this period, the weather of the same stays pretty cool, calm, and serene, which, in turn, makes it easier for the tourists to enjoy sightseeing without any consequential limitations.
  5. What is Rajasthan famous for?

    Rajasthan is primarily famous for housing some of the most beautiful historical palaces and forts in the world. Many people also tend to visit the place to savour the mystical beauty of the religious locations in the state. In addition, the food and cultural overview of Rajasthan are some other factors that attract a lot of people from all around the world.

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