Rajasthan is a very religious and cultural state of India where even today people have a lot of faith in worship. Rajasthan attracts a lot of tourists for its scenic temples, historical forts, grand buildings, and attractive tourist places.

The famous temples of Rajasthan were built years ago by kings and emperors. Every temple in Rajasthan remains the center of attraction in this state with its own specialty.

Apart from the forts, and palaces of Rajasthan, one is aware of the beautiful and famous temples here. Thousands of devotees reach every day to have their darshan.

     Here is the list of the 17 Most Famous Temples in Rajasthan

1. Brahma temple in Pushkar

2. Eklingji temple in Udaipur

3. Karni Mata Mandir in Deshnoke

4. Salasar Balaji Temple in Salasar

5. Birla Mandir in Jaipur

6. Ambika Mata temple in Jagat

7. Moti Dungari Temple

8. Galtaji Temple in Jaipur

9. Mehendipur Balaji Temple in Karauli

10. Shiv Mandir Achaleshwar Mahadev

11. Mandir Rani Sati Temple Jhunjhunu

12. Hindu Mandir Bullet Baba Jodhpur

13. Bisaldev Temple in Tonk

14. Surya Narayan Temple Jhalawar

15. Parshuram Mahadev Temple Pali

16. Lord Shiva Temple Neelkanth Mandir Alwar

17. Mandir Trinetra Ganesh Sawai Madhopur

1. Brahma temple in Pushkar

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The Brahma Temple is the most famous Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Brahma, who is believed to be the creator of the universe, located in Pushkar, Rajasthan. Being the only temple dedicated to Brahma in India, it attracts lakhs of pilgrims every year.

The city of Pushkar is very sacred because of the presence of the Brahma temple here. It is one of the top 10 religious places in the world and one of the top 5 holy places for Hindus in India.

The Pushkar Lake flowing in front of the Brahma temple makes it even more sacred. Visiting the Brahma Temple and taking a dip in the Pushkar Lake gives the devotees a unique sense of peace. The Brahma temple was originally built on the banks of the Pushkar River in the 14th century.

You can reach the temple with the help of marble steps up to the temple located on a raised platform. At the top of the main gate is the idol of a swan, the vehicle of Lord Brahma.

The floor marble in black and white tiles is filled with hundreds of silver coins offered to Lord Brahma by the devotees. The walls here are adorned with attractive images of peacocks and Goddess Saraswati.

There is also a silver door inside this temple which leads to a small cave that houses the temple of Lord Shiva. The idol of Lord Brahma is called Chaumurti because this idol has four faces.

2. Eklingji temple in Udaipur

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Shree Eklingji temple is a Hindu temple. Where many Hindu devotees come for blessings. Eklingji temple is a four-faced 50 feet high lord shiva’s temple.

Temple is the attraction of Udaipur. Shree Eklingji Statue is lord shiva’s full family statue “figure of goddess Parvati (Lord shiva’s wife), Lord Ganesha, and lord Kartikay (sons of shiva). In the Hindu month of SHRAVAN, many devotees come here for lord shiva’s blessings.

Address: National Highway No 8, Kailash Puri, Udaipur, Rajasthan, 313202, India Open all days.

3. Karni Mata Mandir in Deshnoke – Bikaner

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Among the famous temples of Rajasthan, Karni Mata Temple is located at a distance of 30 km from Bikaner, which was built by Maharaja Ganga Singh of Bikaner in the 20th century.

This place is known for the dense population of rats living here. This temple in Bikaner is dedicated to Karni Mata, one of the incarnations of Goddess Durga. This temple is known to have more than 25000 black rats.

The temple is also famous as the temple of rats. This temple of Karni Mata is carved out of stones and marble. The temple has silver gates built by Maharaja Ganga Singh and a hanging net has also been installed to protect rats from bird kills.

The attraction of this temple is the silver gate and gold chhattra and mice. Perfect place to visit. Come here with your family and take the blessings of Karni Mata.

Address: National Highway 89, Deshnok, Rajasthan, India, Bikaner Timing: 05:00 am – 10:00 pm

4. Salasar Balaji Temple in Salasar – Churu

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Salasar Balaji Temple is one of the major pilgrimage centers of Rajasthan which is located in Churu, Rajasthan. This temple of Lord Hanuman ji is famous for its religious and historical importance.

The number of tourists and devotees in this temple increases during the occasions of Chaitra Purnima and Ashwin Purnima. It is said in Hindu mythology that the village of Mehandipur was troubled by demons.

One day the priest had a dream in which Lord Hanuman had asked him to excavate the Aravalli hills in a specially chosen area. In this excavation, a childhood idol of Hanumanji was unearthed along with the idols of Pratap Raja and Shri Ram. Since then this temple has remained the pride of this region.

5. Birla Mandir in Jaipur

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Birla Mandir is situated under the Moti Dangri mountain in Jaipur, Rajasthan. This temple is a very attractive temple dedicated to Lakshmi-Narayan. Birla Mandir was built in 1998 by the Birla family. Birla Mandir is constructed with white marble stones.

There are three domes in this famous temple, which are considered to be the symbols of three major religions, Hinduism, Islam, and Christianity. This temple is very attractive. If you are a photogenic person then you must visit this temple if plan to visit Jaipur.

Address: Birla Mandir, Jawahar Lal Nehru Marg, Tilak Nagar, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302022

6. Ambika Mata temple in Jagat

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Ambika Mata Temple is located 50 km away from Udaipur in Rajasthan in a village called Jagat. This attractive temple is dedicated to the Ambika form of Durga Mata. The structure of this temple, built around the 10th century, is so attractive that it attracts more tourists than devotees.

Various idols of deities, court dancers, musicians, and apsaras in the outer courtyard of the temple add to the beauty of the temple. Ambika Mata Temple looks like a hill palace. It has the sanctum sanctorum, the sabha mandapa, the Jagamohana (porch), and the Pancharatha shikhara. Its beauty can also be compared with the temples of Ahar.

A new statue of Ambika has been enshrined in the sanctum sanctorum. This site is protected under the Department of Archeology, but the original statue was stolen from here long ago. Efforts have been made two-three times to uproot the idol of Ganapati, located in the Sabha Mandap.

Address: MDR 11, Udaipur, Rajasthan 313905

7. Moti Dungari Temple

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Moti Dungri is the temple of “Lord GANESHA”. It is built on the famous Birla Temple hill. This historical place in Jaipur was built to protect the city. This temple has a lot of recognition. The devotee came here and got lord Ganesha’s blessings.

The temple is more than five hundred years old and was brought here by Seth Jai Ram Paliwal in 1761, with Maharaja Madho Singh, from Udaipur. Must visit this place. Must visit this place.

Timings: All days of the week: 5:00 AM – 1:30 PM, 4:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Entry Fee: Free

8. Galtaji Temple in Jaipur

galtaji-temple-JaipurGaltaji Temple is a very beautiful temple located at a distance of about 10 kilometers from Jaipur city of Rajasthan. Galtaji Temple is a sacred Hindu pilgrimage site located in the Aravalli Hills.

The Galtaji temple is made of pink stone and was constructed in the 16th century. There is an abundance of monkeys in this temple. The most special thing about Galtaji temple is that this temple is known for seven kunds, whose natural water stream falls from Gomukh to Suraj Kund.

People from far and wide come here to take a bath in this holy pool. Galtaji is a holy Hindu kund about 10 km away from Jaipur. It is a holy kund and many Hindu devotees come here for worship and get blessings.

There is a Surya mandir which is the most spiritual and scenic temple. The first and last sun rays of Jaipur fall on this temple. Devotees come here from far and wide for blessings of the Lord Surya and her wife ‘Renuka’ on Sunday. Galta ji is situated in the heart of a hilly tract that attracts tourists here every year.

Timings: 5:00 AM – 9:00 PM

Entry Fee: No entry fee

9. Mehendipur Balaji Temple in Karauli

mehandipur-balaji-temple karauliMehandipur temple located near Karauli in Rajasthan is dedicated to Lord Hanuman. This temple of Hanuman Ji is considered very sacred. Let us tell you that a large number of devotees come here every day to get rid of evil spirits.

If you go to visit this temple, then you can see people suffering from many evil spirits here. Devotees throng here for twelve months, but, the best time to visit here with family children, and elders can be between October to March.

This temple is also called Ghata Mehndipur due to its location in the valley between two very picturesque hills.

The temple is about a thousand years old. The child idol of Bajrang Bali located in this temple was not made by any artist, but it is self-styled. This idol of Balaji also serves as the back wall of the temple as an unbroken part of the mountain.

Address: Mehandipur, Tehsil, Sikri, Rajasthan 321610

10. Shiv Mandir Achaleshwar Mahadev Sirohi

achaleshwar-Mahadev-temple sirohiAchaleshwar Mahadev Temple is located in Sirohi, Rajasthan. The temple dedicated to Achaleshwar Mahadev looks like a fort structure.

The temple was built by the rulers of the Parmar dynasty in the 9th to 14th centuries. In this temple, a huge Shiva linga made of stone along with five metal-made idols of Lord Nandi is very attractive.

There is a pit in the area of ​​the temple, which according to mythology is called the way to hell. Achaleshwar Mahadev Temple is a house of charm and wonder, in which a small pond is also situated in which there are statues of three water buffaloes.

11. Mandir Rani Sati Temple Jhunjhunu

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Rani Sati Temple is one of the famous temples of Rajasthan which is located in Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan. In Hindu mythology.

It is believed that Queen Sati immolated herself after the death of her husband. Since then Rani Sati is famous in the history of Rajasthan by the name of Dadiji. Rani Sati Temple is a very beautiful temple made of marble. The tales of Rani Sati’s valor and bravery are still established in popular discussions in Rajasthan.

Address: Rani sati mandir, Chobari Mandi Colony, Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan 333001

12. Hindu Mandir Bullet Baba Jodhpur

om-banna-bullet-baba-templeA very amazing temple Bullet Baba Mandir is located in Jodhpur city of Rajasthan. Apart from being the city of kings and emperors.

Rajasthan is also a city of many miracles. The story of this temple is described in the old stories of Rajasthan. But not everyone can believe in this superstition. A

ll the devotees come to this temple to see the Royal Bullet motorcycle which is installed in 350 cc. Apart from flowers, Kumkum, water, etc., liquor is also offered in this temple.

Address: National Highway 65, Pali, Rajasthan 306421

13. Bisaldev Temple in Tonk

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The Bisaldev Temple of Rajasthan has become a very attractive temple due to the design of its pillars. Bisaldev Temple is a very ancient temple located near Bisalpur Dam in the Pali district of Rajasthan. Bisaldev Temple is dedicated to Lord Gokarneshwar who is a form of Lord Shankar.

The Shiva Linga of Lord Shiva is situated in this temple.

Address: WFG4+RVR, Bisalpur Dam, SH 37A, Rajasthan 304804

14. Surya Narayan Temple Jhalawar

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One of the major temples of Rajasthan is Surya Narayan Temple in the Jhalawar district.

This temple was built by King Nagabhatta of the Pratihara Rajput dynasty. Surya Narayan Temple dedicated to the Sun God is so attractive that no other example of its architecture can be found anywhere.

Lord Surya is worshiped as an incarnation of Lord Vishnu in the ancient Surya Narayan temple.

Address: behind Sun temple, near Badli Chabutra, Mukeri Mohalla, Jhalrapatan, Rajasthan 326023

15. Parshuram Mahadev Temple Pali

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Parshuram Mahadev Temple is a very attractive temple dedicated to Lord Bholenath located in Pali, Rajasthan.

There is a cave in this temple which is known as Amarnath cave. According to mythology, it is believed that the cave of Amarnath was dug by Lord Parshuram with his axe.

Parshuram temple is located above the cave and one has to climb about 500 steps to reach the cave. One special thing about this temple is that there are 9 kunds here which never dry up.

Address: Q8GP+H97, Naher Rd, Adarsh Nagar, Pali, Rajasthan 306401

16. Lord Shiva Temple Neelkanth Mandir Alwar

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Located in Rajgarh Tehsil of Alwar district, Neelkanth Temple is famous for the abode of Lord Shiva, which is dedicated to his Neelkanth avatar. The temple was built between 6th and 9th century AD by Maharaja Dhiraj Mathanadev, whose structure has become dilapidated over time, In which a large part of the temple has now been damaged while a small part is still intact.

Yet it remains a highly important religious site among the devotees of Lord Shiva. The walls of the temple are adorned with sculptures that are built in the Mini Khajuraho erotic style.

Address: Sariska Tiger Reserve, Alwar, Rajasthan 301410

17. Mandir Trinetra Ganesh Sawai Madhopur

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Trinetra Ganesh Temple is one of the major attractive temples of Rajasthan. The Trinetra Ganesh Temple is dedicated to Lord Ganesha, located in the Ranthambore Fort, about 10 km from Sawai Madhopur in Rajasthan.

Lord Ganesha is seated with his entire family in this temple. The biggest feature of this temple is that five aartis are performed in this temple, which gives a lot of peace to the mind of the devotees.

Located in: Ranthambore Fort Address: 2F83+W6J, Ganesh mandir Marg, Ranthambhore Fort, Rajasthan 322001