Best place to visit NEAR Jaipur

Best place to visit NEAR Jaipur
Temples in Jaipur

Rajasthan has been about various kings and Maharajas and their significant contribution to this land. Thus, his association with this place in India can be seen with the existence of fine palaces, forts and temples. The Maharajas began to equip the city of Jaipur with magnificent palaces and forts, as well as establishing some temples, which became foggy pieces of artwork. The silhouette of Jaipur embellished with temples like Galtaji, Pataleshwar, Govind Devji and Surya began to be appreciated. Despite the development, the city has managed to maintain a balance between ancient and modern times

01: - Galtaji Temple

Situated just 10 km from the city and situated between two hills, the temple has been a tourist attraction for years. Pilgrimage visits in Jaipur include visiting the Galtaji temple where the temple of Rishi Galav is present. There are seven natural water tanks or kunds in this temple.

 Galta Kund is considered the most sacred tank as it is the only water tank of this temple that never dries up. Makar Sankranti (Indian festival) attracts thousands of pilgrims to see and visit this Kunda as it is considered lucky to do so. The upper and lower pools are used by pilgrims to wash away their sins. Monkeys of the rhesus macaque species were depicted in the National Geographic Documentary after invading this place.

02: -BRRLA Temple

The Birla Temple, also known as the Lakshmi Narayan Temple, is considered one of the attractive temples in the city. Built by the famous Birla family, the goddess of wealth, Lord Vishnu and Lakshmi is worshiped in the temple.

While considered an architectural beauty, the temple is made of white marble and has three high places, which depict Hindu scriptures on glass windows. Scenes and quotes from the Bhagavad Gita are presented on the walls of the temple.

03: - SILA Davey Temple

Shila Devi Temple is one of the famous Hindu temples of Jaipur. There are two legends of the temple, in one of which when Raja Man Singh of Raja was defeated by King Kedar, he turned to Maa Kali for his blessings.

His prayer was answered when the goddess appeared in a dream and said that one of her idols is under the sea near Jessore. He asked her to bring that idol and build a temple.

04: - Divi Temple

Locally known as Govind Devji, Lord Krishna visits his devotees every year from near and far. This temple is considered to be one of the seven temples of Lord Krishna of Vrindavan. The idol was brought from Vrindavan to Jaipur by King Sawai Jai Singh II.

The story behind the idol of Lord Krishna is such that when Sri Bajrangab - Lord Krishna's elder grandson was 13 years old, he inquired about the presence of God, who was worshiped by his grandmother, Lakshmana. While she was answering, Bajrang started sculpting according to her grandmother's description. After the completion of the idol, only the feet belonged to Lord Krishna, and as such, this idol came to be known as "Madan Mohanji". For the purpose of making a better idol, another image was created by Sri Bajrang in which the chest part was similar to Lord Krishna, and this idol was called "Gopinathji". The third was called "Govind Devji" because the face was exactly like that of Lord Krishna. It was the statue that was taken to Jaipur by Sawai Jai Singh II.

05: - Kale Hanuman Ji Temple

The idol of Lord Hanuman is usually painted in orange or red, but his idol in this temple is black and this should make him visit Jaipur. The temple was built 1000 years ago and is located near Hawa Mahal. Some people say that they feel connected to Lord Shiva and he can solve their every problem, be it physical or emotional. The temple has gained fame with its traditions and has also been an active tourist destination.

The story behind the establishment of this temple is that when Lord Hanuman asked the God of the Sun on the honorarium, the latter said that if he could bring his son- Shani Dev. So when Hanuman went to meet the son, Shanidev attacked him, causing him to become black. Even after this act of Shanidev, Hanuman took him to his father who was impressed

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