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History / Culture of Rajasthan | Forts & Palaces in Rajasthan | Religious Palaces in Rajasthan

Religious Palaces in Rajasthan
The land of rich culture and history, Rajasthan, is an important destination for pilgrims. As you travel to Rajasthan, reawaken your lost spirits. Feel spiritually contented as you explore the religious places in Rajasthan. There are many religious places in Rajasthan beckon travelers to feel the eternal bliss.

Some of the most important religious places in Rajasthan.
Brahma Temple, Pushkar
Pushkar is the most famous pilgrim sites Bramha Templein the country. This sacred city is home to the Brahma Temple, which is the only temple devoted to Lord Brahma 'the Creator' in the country. The legend says that this is the very place where Lord Brahma performed a yagya with all the gods and goddesses.

Jain Temple, Ranakpur
One of the most famous religious places in Rajasthan is the Ranakpur Jain temple. Built in the 15th century, the Jain temple complex has a basement covering an area of 48,000 sq ft. The most notable fact of the Jain temple is that it houses 1444 columns and no two are alike in carvings and design.

Dargarh Sharif, Ajmer
Ajmer Sharif, an important pilgrimage destination in Rajasthan for the Muslims, is a dargah of the Sufi saint Khawaja Moinuddin Chisti. Many pilgrims come to the dargah during the Urs festival.Query

Dilwara Temple, Mount Abu
Located near Mount Abu, Dilwara Temple was built in the 11th-13th century. This temple complex is an important pilgrim center for the Jains. The Dilwara Jain temple complex houses the Vimal Vasahi Temple, Luna Vasahi Temple, Pithalhar Temple, Khartar Vasahi Temple and Mahaveer Swami Temple.

Karnimata Temple, Deshnoke
About 600-year-old temple, Karnimata Temple is dedicated to Karni Mata. Seeing the rats in the temple is believed to be auspicious.

Eklingji Temple, Udaipur
Built in the 15th century by Acharya Viswaroopa, Eklingji Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva.
Shrinathji Temple, Nathdwara
About 48 km north of Udaipur, Shrinathji Temple is located at Nathdwara. The temple houses the black marble image of Lord Krishna. It is believed that the image of Lord Krishna was brought here from Mathura 'the birthplace of Lord Krishna' by Goswami Daoji during the reign of Aurangzeb.

Govind Devji Temple, Jaipur
The temple is situated in the City Palace complex and is dedicated to Lord Krishna. The image of Govind Deo ji was brought by Raja Sawai Jai Singh from Vrindavan.


History / Culture of Rajasthan | Forts & Palaces in Rajasthan | Religious Palaces in Rajasthan