Religious Sites in Udaipur

Religious Sites in Udaipur, India

Religious Sites in Udaipur

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  • Curiositytraveller
    10 contributions
    Nice beautiful temple with lot of small temples inside. Very peaceful...spiritual ...divine. it has beautiful stone work.
    Written 10 May 2022
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  • hitesh1304
    Mumbai, India205 contributions
    Revisited this Jagdeesh-Krishna temple on 18/03/22..Its on the way-before the City palace venue.
    Its on a rock, elevated temple with many steps to climb. Its outer marble architecture is marvelous , The deity darshan is marvelous , The rulers built the temple and used to visit it for pujas .
    The deity attraction will peace of the temple will surely inspire you.
    Written 1 April 2022
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  • Charu
    New Delhi, India79 contributions
    The idol of Lord Krishna will keep you so mesmerized that the chaos all around would disappear, though I must say that the temple is far more organised than my last visit 6 years ago and clean too, and now has a ticket too which actually makes the darshan simpler. A must visit place for God Krishna's Disciples.

    Written 2 December 2021
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  • Ankosh Lath
    Mumbai, India107 contributions
    There is a Karni Mata temple at the top, and to reach there you can either climb the stairs or you can use the ropeway.....Ropeway will give you scenic views of Udaipur enroute.

    It is a ~3 minute one way ropeway drive, and you can enjoy the breathtaking views of the lake and city.....

    Once you reach the top, the view & weather is super cool. you will get to see the top view of Udaipur... beautiful mountains, lakes, forts, City Palace, Taj Palace, etc. A perfect picture clicking opportunity.

    There are also vendor clicking your picture in traditional attire. You can click it for Rs 200 for your memories (hard copy only. They do not allow to click from your mobile though).

    You can have the blessings of Godess Karni Mataji (Mansa purna in hindi for wish fulfilment). The Darshan is divine.

    After the darshan, you can have some refreshments and deserts (a bit costly though).

    Do Not forget to take the tickets for 3D illusion park. It is a illusionary park (where you can click your pictures in 3D wall image). Entry ticket is nominal (~ Rs 50). You can have a combo of Ropeway + 3D park to get best deal
    Written 11 March 2022
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  • Surya Katakam
    Hyderabad, India1,705 contributions
    City palace of Udaipur is divided into many Sections and Bada Mahal is one of that and famous and interesting section of Museum. Bada Mahal will showcase lavish and historical life of Rajput's.
    This Mahal is considered as Men's Section of the Palace and which is constructed in Rajput Mughal Architecture Style. See each and Every curved mirrors, which are great insights of this Mahal.

    This is Perched on a 90 feet high natural Rock formation.

    Entry Fee: No separate Entry fee for this Mahal visit, it is part of City Palace Museum ticket
    Written 18 April 2021
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  • Bhagya Shree
    1 contribution
    Is anyone planning to go there today.. 11-04-2021?or anywhere in udaipur I need a companion. What are the places to visit on Sunday?
    Written 11 April 2021
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  • MWandAW
    North Sydney, Australia3,658 contributions
    The Sahastra Bahu temples or Sasbahu Temples, at Nagda, Rajasthan, are a pair of late 10th-century Hindu temples dedicated to Vishnu. My wife and I are touring on our 3 week luxury tour of India. They have brought us to this rural, archaeological site. It is a rare tourist attraction that has a constructed parking area and a protective entry gate, but no entrance fees. We were the only foreign visitors at that moment, but another small group included Indian newlyweds who were on an outing in traditional clothes. There are loads of intricate stone carvings to view, some a little risque on close inspection. The two main temples are in varying condition but still represent the Hindu religious experience of the 10th century. A visit here is enlightening as well as entertaining and is highly recommended.
    Written 30 March 2020
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  • Krishnamurthys
    Bangalore District, India108 contributions
    It was not crowded when we visited. Nice temple complex with serene atmosphere. Lots of birds chirping was nice to hear. Could spend peaceful time away from the hustle of the city.
    Written 19 December 2021
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  • rathod2017
    Bharuch, India888 contributions
    Tripura Sundari Temple is a beautiful temple situated in Udaipur, around 55 km away from Agartala, Tripura. This opulent temple is 500 years old thereby making it the oldest temple present in the Udaipur district. Tripura Sundari Temple is one of the 51 Sakti Peethas and is the place where the toe of the right foot of Sati fell.
    Written 25 February 2019
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  • chitra M
    55 contributions
    We had some time before temple hours of eklingji temple..so our taxi driver told us about this place..though we were doubtful at first, once we saw it, we were so glad we came here. Absolutely no crowd but a sculptural and architectural marvel...there is no idol or worship or ritual currently but it is a place for lovely photos...
    Written 18 January 2019
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