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Dilwara Jain Temples

Dilwara Rd, Mount Abu 307501, India
+91 2974 235 151
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“jain temple” (188 reviews)
Dilwara Rd, Mount Abu 307501, India
+91 2974 235 151

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

One should visit Mount Abu atleast to see these beautiful marble temples. The temples are a masterpiece of what humans can create out of their own skill & devotion to God. The five temples have intricate carvings in the dome in the pillars, with each...More

Thank Aiman N
Reviewed 2 days ago

good place to go and see , but it has changed what i saw 25 yrs back, it has become more commercialised

Thank Mjain113
Reviewed 2 days ago

Wonderful experience visiting this historical site and being amazed by this architechtural wonder. However, the guide (priest converted to guide during tourist visits) kind of insisted for a donation for himself. This needs to be checked because somehow this was related to the number of...More

Thank SharmaDelhi2014
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

I like carvings of ancient time .rules here for tourism are very organized they provide free guide for all tourists . cleanliness is considered very well here. One who loves art and architecture this place is hidden jewel for them . Work of Labour's heart...More

Thank 839siddhartht
Reviewed 2 days ago

Visit to this one of the famous temple was worth it. The beautiful infrastructure, the ancient craved pillars and the huge statues in 5 different temples comprising those of Lord Adinath, Lord Neminath, Lord Parshvanath, Lord Mahavir Swami and , Lord Rishabhdeo. This temple gives...More

Thank MaansiBhasin
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

History and art is superb... Must visit once. If u visit this place than you need not guide, as guide services provided there free of cost. Nice place.

Thank Bhavesh J
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

It was really a peaceful place for the religious ones.true beauty for the art lovers. As it is a religious place for jains they don't allow u in short cloths.even capris not allowed.so if u r visiting this place be sure of your "decent clothing".also...More

Thank sunita g
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Good architecture. Wonderful marble carving. The people are very helpful. And we saw a lot of monkeys

Thank Aly A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The temple is a marvel piece of history. One of the best architecture. Very old piece of ancient heritage.

Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I wonder, why it's not 8th wonder of the world. Excellent carving, peaceful, serene atmosphere, very nearby to nakki Lake

Thank Mitapsanghvi
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Thanks for your reviews. Do they charge for keeping mobile, bag etc in locker and are there locker safe. Also how far this temple is from nakki lake.
3 June 2017|
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Response from Namitasanjay | Reviewed this property |
They charge 50rupees per item and Nakki lake is ten minutes drive
Can the car be taken right upto the Dilwara temple? Do we have to climb many steps to reach the temple complex? Please answer both these ques as the person accompanying me has a physical problem of walking long distance & climbing many steps.
1 February 2017|
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Response from BK_TheTraveller | Reviewed this property |
559satishs The car is allowed only till the entrance after which you have to walk for approx 200-300 mtrs before you enter the complex. Once you enter the premise the overall most of the temples have 2-3 steps except the... More
Nick S
I want to go barefoot to the temple. How far is it from car parking? If it is too far, can I keep shoes in a secure place with token? Or in a locker, paid or free?
24 January 2017|
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Response from Amit A | Reviewed this property |
main temple is about 500 to 600 mtr. And there is a secure locker for shoes mobile and other leather articles at temple main gate.