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- Adinath temple located in pali district is very famous, nicely well maintained and it's india best jain temple.
Excellent architecture.Written 20 January 2022
- When I visited there was some people praying here . I also did the same . Had a good visit was there for 10-15 min and then left .Written 25 February 2020
- The walk to the temple is breathtaking natural beauty. Wonderful mountain views and very scenic.
The temple itself is unassuming but the history around it is quite interesting. It took us 30 mins to descend, 20 mins darshan and 40 mins to climb back upWritten 12 January 2022
- I require phone no of temple , if any one have pls share , i am planning for religious rituals with familyWritten 30 December 2020
- Somnath Mandir is nice place to visit.
This is surrounded with greenary.
Nice option for photography.
Beautiful scenaryWritten 26 November 2019
- Tapeshwar Mahadev Temple is nice place to visit.
There is huge Lord Shiva Statue and nice maintain the same.Written 26 November 2019
- Hatundi Rata Mahabir Swami Temple is nice temple to visit.
Very peaceful and clean environment.
Spiritual and holy place.Written 26 November 2019
- Muchhal Mahavir Temple is a Jain temple which is located in the Pali District of the Rajasthan. This Jain temple is dedicated to Lord Mahavir. Located in the green environment of the Kumbhalgarh Sanctuary, it provides a great piece to the mind. Situated at about 5km away from the Ghanerao, Muchhal Mahavir temple is known for the statue of the Hindu Lord Shiva with mustache.
Beautiful architecture of Muchhal Mahavir temple attracts many visitors. Its entrance has two statues of the elephants which are standing in the guarding position. Nearby Garasia tribal villages are another attractions around this temple. From the shopping point of view, it is famous for beautiful traditional colorful costumes. At the temple, a fair is organized on the 13th day of Chaitra month every year.Written 27 November 2018
- Shri Hathundi Rata Mahaveer Jain Teerth Pedhi is nice temple.
This is peaceful and spiritual place.
Nice maintain temple.Written 26 November 2019
- This dargah is right in the centre of the city. A very peaceful dargah though not a big one. Both muslims and hindu visit the dargah for prayers and to seek blessings.Written 27 February 2015
- The sun temple at Ranakpur dates back to the 13th century CE. After its destruction, it was rebuilt in the 15th century. This temple built in the classic Nagara style exhibits a profusion of intricate sculptural work. It is built of white lime stone, and is very intricately ornamented.
This temple faces east, and it has a sanctum crowned with a shikhara, and an octogonal mandapa preceding the sanctum. The octogonal mandapa has six verandas. The projections on the exterior of the sanctum are sculpted with images of the Sun God seated on (a chariot of) rearing horses. The mandap houses exquisitely carved pillars, with lathe turned capitals. Sculpted toranas join the columns, leading to the sanctum.Written 6 December 2018
- This is a beautiful ancient Jain temple situated amidst the hills and forests of Ranakpur. The temple has magnificent architecture, intricate carvings and perfectly symmetrical - a feat difficult to achieve even today - This tells about the engineering skills of those times. The temple is aloof from the disturbance of outside world and is thus a perfect place of worship.Written 26 January 2018
- Gajanand temple was small but beautiful temple. Many devotees came here for praying. There was nice campus also.Written 21 August 2019
- Surya Narayana Temple is the beautiful Lord Sun temple which is known for its unique and marvelous architectural design. This Sun temple attracts many devotees and tourists.
Surya Narayana was constructed in the 15th century AD. There is a tower over the altar of the temple which has numerous projections of circular plan. Smaller protruding niches on the base of the tower has the sanctum which is laid on an octagonal plan with six porches. Tourists can see numerous friezes of Lord Surya inside the temple. One of the friezes depicts the deity riding his chariot, drawn by seven horses.Written 27 November 2018