This temple is situated in jaipur got it names because of the presence of thousands of monkey around it. Worth watching once.
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I went to Galtaji in Feb 2017. It is extremely poorly maintained. There were some small houses inside the temple premises. The place was crumbling, there was trash everywhere and because of the monkeys and the pigeons, it stank terribly. The waterbody inside was dirty...More
We decided to visit this temple as we had extra time with our driver. Upon arrival, we paid our entrance fee to the monk and walked past a cow field and then through a turnstile into what looked like a monastery. Just beyond that there...More
The old buildings are amazing. Be mindful not to take photos of ladies bathing at the temple. If you go inside the priests expect money. If you’re not Hindu politely deny any invite to partake (at a cost) in rituals, as this does offend Hindu...More
Working Hindu temple with approx 5000 monkeys, but not for the faint hearted . It is quite dirty with litter and monkeys everywhere . The pools were very green and smelly when we were there , but the priests were charming and keen for you...More
This was a spare of the moment visit with our van driver. It didn't look at all amazing when we arrived but after walking down to the Temple via a very poor looking area bang there where the monkeys and this really interesting place. We...More
If you are expecting sanitised pathways and rose scented accommodation then this is not for you. However, if you want authenticity, a real local experience and something truly unique, then get yourself to the monkey temple! Yes it's a bit smelly... that's monkeys for you...100s...More