Pilgrimage Places In Rajasthan

The Indian state of Rajasthan is famous for historic havelis, forts, palaces, fairs & festivals, numerous culture and traditions and furthermore the land of splendor is also a visual delight of shrines. Here is the complete guide of renowned and spiritual p ilgrimage places of India that are strategically located in Rajasthan. The captivating pilgrimage places of Rajasthan attract large number of pilgrims and devotees throughout the year. These places being a pilgrim destination are also an appealing to tourists as well. We have mentioned some of the great pilgrimage destinations in Rajasthan.

Brahma Temple, Pushkar Rajasthan

Brahma Temple, Pushkar Rajasthan

 

Jagatpati Brahma Temple is a temple of Hindu religion located at Pushkar, Rajasthan in the close vicinity of sacred Pushkar Lake. It is one of the sole temples in the existing world dedicated to Hindu-creator god Brahma in India and remains prominent among them. It is believed that Brahma had performed penance here for 60,000 years to have glimpses of Lord Krishna. The temple is believed to be 2000 years old. The building material mainly used is marble and stone stabs joined together with molten lead. The temple is open for pilgrimage and can perform worship between 06:30 AM to 08:30 PM.

Ajmer Dargah Sharif

Ajmer Dargah Sharif

 

A Dargah is an Islamic shrine located in the famous city of Rajasthan called Ajmer. This historical structure is dedicated to well known Sufi Saint – Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti. Moinuddin was said to be the descendent of Prophet Mohammed. It was the place where he spent major part of his life and left this world. People remember him by celebrating a festival called Urs which is held here every year for six days. The tale behind six days of Urs is – when he was 114 years old, the saint locked himself in a room for six days to pray and left his mortal body.

Mount Abu Dilwara Jain Temple

Mount Abu Dilwara Jain Temple

 

Dilwara Jain Temple is located at an approximate distance of just two and half kilometers from Mount Abu, Rajasthan. Mount Abu is only famous hill station in Rajasthan known for its various historical facts and unique Jain Dilwara Temple. Temple’s finest architecture with intricate carvings that reflects the brilliant work of artisans and hence it is counted among finest India’s finest piece of work. Actually these Jain Temples were erected by the Vastupal – Tejpal, basically a Jain layman between 11th, 12th and 13th century. The groups of five Dilwara Jain Temples are considered as a most sacred place for Jains. Thousands of tourists from different parts of the country and abroad come here to see the world class architecture of the temples.

Eklingji Temple Udaipur

Eklingji Temple Udaipur

 

Eklingji, Harihara temple is a Hindu temple complex located in Udaipur District of Rajasthan. Placed at an approximate distance of 22 Km in the north of Udaipur, the temple is dedicated to the Lord Shiva. The vey old temple is built in 734 AD by Bappa Rawal and since its inception Eklingi has been the ruling deity of Mewar rulers. In the later years temple saw many construction and destruction and modified by the rulers and kings of that time.

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