Religious Sites in Jaipur

Religious Sites in Jaipur, India

Religious Sites in Jaipur

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  • E G
    Meerut, India19 contributions
    A must visit temple of Lord Nayana and Lakshmi ji.

    The temple is closed from 12:30-3:30pm so plan your visit accordingly.

    However, the temple in all is just mesmerising. Idols , evening Aarti , architecture everything is so peaceful to watch.

    Each pillar has carvings of Hindu lords.

    Inside the temple , all the walls are dedicated to one major incidents of Ramayan.

    Clicking pictures inside the temple is not allowed to enjoy it when you are inside. Try to attend 6pm Aarti which is for around 10min.
    Written 28 January 2024
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  • FHTR In Rajasthan
    Jaipur, India66 contributions
    Stepping into Govind Dev Ji Temple felt like entering a peaceful oasis. The intricate carvings on the walls seemed to whisper ancient stories, and the soft chanting transported me to another world. Plus, the main shrine? The golden idol of Govind Dev Ji just radiated serenity.

    Surrounding the temple, lush green gardens provided a soothing backdrop, adding to the tranquillity of the atmosphere. As I wandered through the verdant pathways, adorned with colourful flowers and shaded by ancient trees, I felt a deep sense of connection with nature and the divine.

    Even though the temple was busy, the vibe was super chill. Everyone was focused on their prayers, and the air was filled with a sense of calm. I even got to see a traditional aarti ceremony, with beautiful music. Govind Dev Ji is a beautiful reminder that sometimes, slowing down is the best way to truly connect.

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    Written 12 February 2024
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  • Tina S
    7 contributions
    Having had an unpleasant experience with a monkey in rishikesh I was cautious at monkey temple, but since they are fed and are quite used to humans, it was ok but I still kept my distance. The temple itself is beautifully adorned with wall paintings from 100s of years ago. Quite something. There is a 30min hike beyond the temple to a hilltop temple from which you can enjoy the sunset and view the whole of the city. If coming back late from the hilltop a torch would be recommended to ensure your correct footing.
    Written 26 December 2023
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  • triploverIndia
    New Delhi, India93 contributions
    Pride of Jaipur . Ganesh ji 's moorthy us awesome. Never miss this place The ladoo prasad given by the priests is awesome .
    Written 11 February 2024
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  • Branson D
    Sydney, Australia4 contributions
    The actual temple was an enormous and magnificent structure. It is said to be the largest Hindu temple in the world, and after visiting it I could absolutely understand why that is the case. The temple's architecture was so beautiful it took one's breath away. The complex and detailed carvings that were done on the pillars demonstrated a high level of skill. I couldn't help but admire the meticulous craftsmanship that went into designing the temple.
    Written 5 January 2024
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  • Devendra G
    India942 contributions
    We visited the hanuman ji temple in the afternoon. There was not much rush, and we had a very good darshan. The energy level of the temple is such, that we stayed in the temple for 45 minutes. Felt very peaceful and would like to go back when I visit Jaipur. Jai bajrang bali.
    Written 24 September 2021
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  • kamakshi2015
    Bengaluru, India1,919 contributions
    The city of Jaipur has presiding deity of the Divine mother ever since the city was founded by the royals . Outside the city it takes about an hour from city to reach here . Right atop the hill inside the famed Amer fort this temple is situated next to the entry door just before you enter the main fort . The timings are strictly monitored closes at precisely at 12 o’clock noon and opens at 4 pm . The beautiful idol of shila devi is bewitching . The devotees will feel the devotion by looking at her . There is also a tiny temple of Kal Bhairav which is also beautiful,The cameras are prohibited . Footware is forbidden . Entry is free . Anyone coming for the famed Amer fort must visit this temple . A must visit .
    Written 13 December 2023
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  • devina1991
    Bengaluru, India551 contributions
    This place is right inside the Jaipur city limits. Once inside the temple premises, one can get an impression that this place is very far away from urban city crowds. This temple is located in between the mountains and the waterbody inside the temple premises adds a lot of beauty to this place. If this place could be kept clean and maintained well, this site can be made a very popular tourist destination and will surely attract more international tourists every year.There is no entrance fee for lndian visitors except for a camera fee, but there is entrance fee and camera fee for international visitors
    Written 3 May 2023
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  • FHTR In Rajasthan
    Jaipur, India66 contributions
    Forget the gym, climb 365 steps to spiritual enlightenment (and killer views) at the Garh Ganesh Temple! This hidden gem, perched on a hill near Nahargarh Fort, offers a unique experience. Unlike most Ganesh statues, this one depicts him as a child, symbolizing innocence and new beginnings. It's a tranquil escape from the city bustle, with stunning panoramas of Jaipur and the Aravalli hills.
    Written 1 February 2024
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  • Himanshu Jain
    Jaipur, India223 contributions
    Very good old and ancient temple opens 5:00 Am to 10:00 Pm evening,

    Temple also has Dhream shala and bhogen shala.
    Written 24 January 2020
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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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  • Hemant S
    Jaipur, India3 contributions
    Good thing is you can go by your car, other option you can go by stairs excellent view , peaceful place ,
    you can also enjoy Jain food at very nominal rates
    Written 3 August 2023
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  • Prathamesh Sawant
    Mumbai, India491 contributions
    Its a big complex with the temple, administrative quarters etc within the premises. I understand that its a quite a self sustained complex with them growing their own food and dairy.
    Written 8 April 2019
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  • Verchasv
    156 contributions
    Temple is located near Ghat Ki Guni. The temple is releted to shwetambar Jain's god the mahaveer ji . It's a nice place to visit. Whole the temple is surrounded by mountains and the Temple is on top of the mountains. There are two ways to reach ,one is by steps and also by road .although the experience of visiting the Temple was awesome.
    Written 29 November 2017
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  • HalalTrip India
    New Delhi, India18 contributions
    Jama Masjid of Amer or Akbari Masjid in Jaipur is a reminder of the city’s past and the eye-catching monument is one good example of Indo-Islamic architecture. Located near Amer Fort on the outskirts of Jaipur City, Akbari Masjid built on the usual plan has arched screens and a deep mihrab on the western wall. In front of the Mosque, there is a courtyard entered through small gateways from three directions. The Mosque was built by the order of Mughal Emperor Akbar in 1569

    The 16th-century Akbari Masjid (Mosque) is an important historical and architectural landmark in Jaipur and is known for its unique blend of Mughal and Rajputana styles of architecture.

    The Akbari Masjid features a spacious courtyard and a prayer hall that can accommodate a large number of worshippers. The prayer hall is adorned with intricate carvings and delicate artwork, and the walls are decorated with verses from the Quran. The Mosque also has a beautiful marble dome and two minarets that are visible from a distance.

    The Akbari Masjid is open to visitors of all faiths, and it is important to dress modestly and respect the customs and traditions of the Muslim community when visiting. If you are interested in learning more about the history and architecture of the Mosque, there are local guides available to provide tours and share information
    Written 10 April 2023
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