Temples to Visit in Jaipur While Sightseeing Tour
Hello!! Tourist if you want to visit in Jaipur. So, you are basically at the right place. Jaipur is known as Pink city. Here you should know the 5 Famous Temples to Visit in Jaipur while sightseeing Tour. Rajasthan has been a biggest historical place of various Maharajas.
5 Famous Temples to Visit In Jaipur
Tarkeshwar Mahadev Mandir
Tarkeshwar Mahadev Mandir Favourite Amongst the Shiva Devotees and Seek Blessings. As a result, Tarkeshwar Mandir has been a favourite of the devotees of Shiva. So, it is whispered that the idol has emerged from the ground itself, it attracts a huge number of devotees who come from near and far to pay respect. As a result, the temple is fairly old and has marble floor covering and a 9” diameter black stone Shivling with the golden pictographs. Every time devotees come and pray with lord Shiva. There is also a brass idol of “Nandi”. Also, big bronze gongs weighing 120+5 kg. Mahashivratri, Diwali, AnnaKuta, Pradosh, and Nrisingha leela are the occasions when a major rush of admirers and devotees could be seen at the Chaura Rasta.
Moti Dungri Temple
This Temple Located 6 km from Jaipur, the Ganesha temple is located on a hill that bears the same name. As a result, the Moti Dungri Temple takes its name from the fort surrounding the hills. The temple idol is said to be almost 500 years old and carried from Gujarat. So, the Seth Jai Ram Pallival was accompanied by Maharaja Madho Singh of Udaipur while bringing this idol to Jaipur. The construction of the temple was supervised by Seth Jai Ram. Pilgrims donate a kind amount every year to this temple. The particularity of this idol is that Ganesha’s trunk is turned to the right instead of to the left. Also, a huge crowd of devotees is attracted to this temple. So, the structure of this must-see Nagara-style temple resembles the structure of a Scottish castle.
Govind Devji Temple
The Govind Devji located in the complex city palace of Raja Swai jai Singh I. this is the must visit place to temple. Locally known as Govind Devji, Lord Krishna is visited each year by his devotees from near and far. This temple is considered in the middle of the 7 temples of Lord Krishna of Vrindavan. The idol was carried from Vrindavan to pink city by Raja Sawai Jai Singh II.
As a result, the legend behind the idol of Lord Krishna goes like, when Shri Bajranabh- the great grandson of Lord Krishna was 13th years old, he inquired about the Krishna’s appearance who was worshipped by each one, from his grandmother- Lakshmana. Also, she was answering, Bajranabh started creation the statue according to the descriptions his grandmother was giving. After the finishing point of completion the statue, only the feet resembled Lord Krishna, and this is how, this idol Aradhya came to be known as “Madan Mohanji”.
With the goal of making a better idol. So, the image was created by Shree Bajranabh in which the chest part looked similar to that of Lord Krishna. And this idol was called as “Gopinathji”. The 3rd was called “Govind Devji” as the face was exactly look like Lord Krishna. Also, this was the idol that was carried to Jaipur by King Sawai Jai Singh II.
Shila Devi Mandir
As a result, the Shila Devi Mandir is one of the popular Hindu temples in Jaipur. The temple has two legends out of which one states when Raja Man Singh I of Amber got defeated by Raja Kedar, he turned towards Kaali Mata for her blessings. Also, His prayers were answered when the goddess appeared in his thoughts and affirmed that a statue of hers was lying under the sea near Jessore (Now Bangladesh). So, she asked him to bring that statue and build a temple. So, a slab (Shila) was improved from the sea. After bringing it reverse. So, it was thoroughly cleaned and an idol appeared. Thus the name was Shila Devi given to the temple.
Galta Ji Temple
Jaipur sightseeing tour package includes visiting Galta Ji Temple. So, called the shrine of Saint Rishi Galav is present. It is located just 10kms away from the Jaipur main city Also, placed between two hills, the temple has been a tourist attraction for many years. As a result, there are 7 natural water tanks or kunds in the temple. As a result, the Galta Kund is contemplated as the holiest kund because this is the one and only water tank of this temple which never ever goes dry. The day of Makar Sankranti (Indian festival) attracts thousands of pilgrims to visit and douse in Galta kund as it is considered fortunate to do so. You see many monkeys at the temples boundary and inside.
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