Vedi Temple

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Indian Ghummakad
Himachal Pradesh, India1,404 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2023 • Solo
A Beautiful temple on gate side of Kumbhalgarh Fort. A Pleasing to eye Building built in Old days may be . you cannot skip it.
Written 2 October 2023
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Rahul Beri
Ghaziabad, India67 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2023 • Family

Vedi Temple - Complex

Such a beautiful architecture I have seen so far.. it's one of the most imposing structures in Kumbhalgarh Fort..

It's recommended to reach this place by 11 AM in case you have plans to return to Udaipur or go somewhere else.. because the road to the Kumbhalgarh fort and Vedi Temple Complex is a majorly single road. The whole fort and temple will take approximately 3 to 4 hours to understand the architecture/ history..

The guides giving a tour are expensive here and charge a minimum of 500/- for 2 persons.. try to negotiate at your level in case you can..
Written 15 August 2023
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Sandy_JSR
Jamshedpur, India2,042 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2023
The Vedi Temple Complex is situated within Fort Complex. The temple is built on an elevated platform. Post Fort visit visited the temple, it has a nice architecture. However, there is no idol inside the temple. One can walk around the temple premises to explore the place.
Written 9 June 2023
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Dirk W
Alexandra Headland, Australia9,714 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2023 • Couples
A beautiful, little unusual temple, right next to the main gate, Ram Pol. I admit I didn't learn much about it, but walked around mainly to take pictures. It makes a stunning backdrop against the landscape ; also looking up to the fort it gives a different perspective. Very picturesque architecture !
Written 27 March 2023
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VIPIN_GOEL_TP_Impex
New Delhi, India7,886 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2022
The Vedi Temple Complex is built on a raised platform and is comprises of Yajna Vedi, Square Chatri and Triple Shrines. There are no idols inside the temples, only structural remains are there. One can walk around and can feel the royal historical past of ours. The Vedi Temple is situated on the right hand side of the Ram Pol. One can go up the walls of the fort and can have great views of the valley, of the fort upward and of the Vedi temples and other temples nearby. One must read the information board installed just outside the temple on right hand side.
Written 22 August 2022
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Neerav Shah
13 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2020 • Family
Only monumental, nothing to explore. Located within the Kumbalgarh fort. Need some write up to understand the history.
Written 19 November 2020
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Jonathan R
Dorchester, UK70 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020
One of the temples within the fort walls. A lovely place to explore and walk round. Very interesting.
Written 31 May 2020
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Dalbir_S_Virdi
Navi Mumbai, India3,020 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2019
After visiting the Main Fort of Kumbhalgarh (Kumbha Palace, Badal Mahal, Topkhana etc.) as you come down and head towards the Temple, first temple that you see right in front is the Vedi temple. Its also known as Devi Temple. Its a Jain Temple built to honor the sacrifice of Pilgrims. Rana Kumbha and later Fateh Singh used this Temple to perform rituals. You will have to climb several steps to reach this Temple as its built on a very high platform. The base of the Temple is in Octagonal Shape and there are 36 Pillars that support the ceiling of the Temple which is more like a dome or we can say domical shape.
Written 10 February 2020
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Arup C
Kolkata (Calcutta), India10,202 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2019
After visiting the main fort, this temple is on the Right side after entering by Ram pole, there are number of temples in clusters in close proximity, Veda temple complex comes first, biggest and really nice stone carvings here..

Vedi Temple is a Jain temple constructed by Rana Kumbha in 1457 AD. Renovated by Maharana Fateh Singh, it is located near the Hanuman Pol of the Kumbhalgarh Fort. Constructed to honour the sacrifice of the pilgrims, it is the only leftover among all sacrificial places in the country.
After Kumbhalgarh Fort construction completed, Rana Kumbha needed a place for performing rituals. He made Vedi Temple to perform rituals. Vedi Temple architecture is marvelous and constructed on 36 pillars in octagonal shape which are spporting the domical ceiling. Temple is on a high platform and a double storeyed architectured.

As history provides, the temple was made to perform sacred rituals followed by the Jain community. In terms of structure, it stands atop 36 pillars forming an octagonal shape pattern. The double storied temple is open to all and engulfs you into an envelope of positivity and goodness. Besides this temple. It is recognized, protected and maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India. There are more temples built at the foothills of the fort.
Written 3 January 2020
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Gujju Traveler Aditya
Vadodara, India610 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2019 • Family
The temple has history attached to it which you can get to know during sound and light show. The temple is just at the entrance of the fort Kumbhalgadh.
Written 29 November 2019
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