Govind Dev Ji Temple in Jaipur Rajasthan

Here is Some information about Govind Dev Ji Temple in Jaipur Rajasthan india.

Location:  Jaipur, Rajasthan
Built in: 1735 AD
Built By: Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh II
Dedicated to: Lord
Entry: free
Photography: allow
Temple Timing: 5:00 Am to 9:00Pm
Significance: One of the krishna temple
Visiting Timing: 1 hour
Best time to Visit: June to Nov,during janmastmi
Phone : +91-141-2619413
Nearest Railway Station: Jaipur
Nearest Air Port: Jaipur

About  Govind Dev Ji Temple

Govind Dev ji Temple is located in Jaipur pink city.Govind Dev ji temple is Dedicated to Lord krishna.Govind das ji temple is highly revered by the erstwhile royal family. The image brought from Vrindavan, is housed within the sanctum of this spire less temple, the patron deity of the royal family is very religiously worshipped by most of the Hindus in the city and near by areas. The image is unveiled seven times daily for 'Aartis' and Bhoges offered in the silver wares, consisting of sweets mostly. The idols of Radha Krishna are dressed in different styles each time for the 'Aarti' procession where thousands of followers or 'Bhakt' gather around the courtyard for the Darshan.

According to a legend, Govind Dev Ji appeared in the dream of Raja Sawai Jai Singh and asked him to bring his idol from Vrindavan to Jaipur. As a consequence, Raja Sawai Jai Singh brought the idol and placed in the City Palace complex of Jaipur. After the sad demise of Jai Singh, many successors acquired the throne, but Raja Man Singh took the initiative to build the temple in 1890.
The beautiful image of Radha-Krishna doesn't let people to take off their eyes from the lovely view. Different 'Aartis' and 'Bhog' are offered to the deity at seven different times of the day.

History of Govind Dev ji Temple 

The idol of Lord Govind Dev Ji was brought by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II from Vrindavan to his own palace, Surya Mahal. The king was inspired by a dream, in which Lord Krishna told him to install the idol in his palace, to save it from being destroyed by the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb. Later, he built his new palace, Chandra Mahal, which became his residence.

Arctictecure of  Govind Dev ji Temple  

The Govind Dev Ji temple is a part of the City Palace, which was the seat of the Maharaja of Jaipur. The temple is surrounded by beautiful gardens and inside it, one can see some beautiful European chandeliers and paintings in Indian art. The ceiling of the temple is decked with gold. The position of the temple allowed a direct view of it to the Maharaja from his Chandra Mahal palace.

Aarti time of Govind Dev ji Temple   

Mangla           04:30    to    05:00 am

Dhoop             07:30    to    08:45 am

Shringar         09:30    to    10:15 am

Rajbhog          11:00    to    11:30 am

Gwal                 06:00    to    06:30 pm

Sandhya          07:00    to    08:15 pm

Shayan             09:00    to    09:30 pm

How to Reach Govind Das ji Temple

By Road : There are many public and private vehicles available to reach Govind Dev Ji Temple in Jaipur.

By Rail: The Nearest Railway station is Jaipur junction.

By Air: The Nearest Air Port is Jaipur Air Port.

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Menal(Shiv)Temple in Bhilwara Rajasthan

Here is Some information about Menal(Shiv)Temple in Bhilwara Rajasthan india.

Location: 40 km from Bhilwara and its near by Mandalgarh
Built in: 12th century
Built By: King Prithviraj Chauhan
Dedicated to: Lord Shiva
Entry: Free
Photography: Allow
Temple Timing: 6:00 Am to 9:00Pm
Significance:  One of the best temple
Visiting Timing: 1 to 2 hours
Best time to Visit: April to July
Nearest Railway Station: Bhilwara
Nearest Air Port: Jaipur 260 Km

About  Menal Temple 

Menal Temple is located about 40 km from Bhilwara and its near by Mandalgarh. Menal is a famous picnic around this area. According to the people this is used to be the mountain retreat of the great Raja Prithviraj Chauhan.On the banks of river a beautiful temples of Lord Shiva during 12th century. People comes here to take a holy dip on occasions Amawas and Poornima in the months of Magh and Kartik. On the occassion of Shivratri a huge fair takes place dedicated to lord Shiva.
Prithviraj Chauhana, who also ruled Delhi for a while, had set his heart on Menal, and it became his favourite mountain retreat when the scorching Rajasthan summer would set in.
For this he built a palace on the banks of the Menal river which runs over granite slabs before finally plunging into a gorge over 122 meters deep. The entrance to the mansion is via a two storeyed gateway carved with images of the gods Ganesha and Bhairava. The square courtyard beyond the entrance houses a huge Shiva temple of stone, built in the ancient Hindu style with a carved pagoda and pillars.
The walls of the temple are carved with motifs of Hindu dieties and various other themes, interspersed with images of elephants. of special mention are the images of Shiva and Parvati which form the chief subject of the engravings. Shiva and Parvati are depicted in various postures and surrounded by dancers, musicians, lesser gods and animals.
Halfway up the pagoda is a large stone lion, perhaps depicting victory. A number of smaller ruined temples lie around the Shiva temple. The 11th century Mahanaleshvara temple is a perfect example of the western Indian style of stone temple architecture. 

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Kiradu Temple in Hathma Rajasthan

Here is some information about Kiradu Temple in Hathma Rajasthan india.

Location: 39km from Barmer city in Hathma village.
Built in: 1000 A.D. ago
Built By:  Solanki Rular
Dedicated to: Lord Shiva
Entry: Free
Photography: Allow
Temple Timing: 06 am to 8:00 pm
Significance:  one of the oldest temple
Visiting Timing: 1 to 2 hour
Best time to Visit: October toMarch.
Nearest Railway Station: Barmer station
Nearest Air Port:Jaipur

About Kiradu Temple  


The Kiradu temples is situated near the village Hathma about 43 km away from the Barmer region in Rajasthan. The inscriptions dating back to 1161 AD reveal that the ancient name of this place was Kiratakupa and was once the capital of the Punwars. The temples were built around c. 1000 AD and later. The temples represent the zenith of the Gurjara-Pratihara sub-style of the Nagara or North Indian Style of Temple Architecture. There are five temples in all and most remarkable and biggest of them is Someshvara Temple - dedicated to Lord Shiva.The temple complex was constructed from sandstone. The columns, capitals, cornices, column reliefs, ceilings…….each nook and corner is intricately carved and depicts scenes from the epics ”  Ramayana and Mahabharata” and the incarnations of “Lord Vishnu“. There are elaborate carvings of elephant and horse riders, war scenes and scenes from routine life of people. The larger of the surviving ruins is supposedly a dance hall for the king ‘s entertainment. There are carvings at places, of dinosaur look-alike and  creatures with dragon-face too.

History of Kiradu Temple

According to history kiradu temple is about 1000 years old temple.It was a complex of about 108 temples of which ruins of five survive. Muslim invaders raided, defaced the statues of Gods, mutilated the female figurines and destroyed the temple complex to pieces.The largest and the most impressive amongst them is the Someshvara Temple. Built in the 11th century, the Someshvara ancient temple is said to be the best example of its kind today. Constructed in honour of Lord Shiva (the Destroyer in the holy trinity of Hindu gods), it has a rather stumpy multi-turreted tower and beautiful sculptures dedicated to the god. The inner sanctum has a resplendent image of the Lord. At its base, is a large reverse-curve lotus, which has a resemblance with the early Chola Temples of south India. This ancient temple also depicts scenes from the Hindu epic Ramayana. Other notable features are sculptures of apsaras (mythical dancing girls from the abode of the Gods) and vyalas (a griffin-like mythical beast generally associated with the Buddha) which were rarely seen after 1050AD in temple architecture. All in all, although Barmer is a bit out of the way you’ll get your money’s worth when you visit Someshvara.The Vishnu temple of this group has the sanctum and the mandapa of which only the cubicle and the pillars of the central octagon have remained. The temple stands over an elaborately built plinth.
The pancharatha or five-faceted walls of the sanctum are built over the plinth. Only a few mini-spires are left of the multi-turreted spire or sikhara. The central pillar is left of the large open mandapa. The base of the beam is octagonal in shape and features a figure of apsara or heavenly maiden. They are similar in style to the figure from Baroli in southwest of Kota.The temple of Somesvara is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The sanctum of this temple is also five-faceted. The plinth has moldings and jadyakumbha or inverted cymarecta. The figurative bands or the tharas featuring elephants, horses and human beings are notable. The jangha or the middle portion of the wall is the rupadhara or figurative band, which is placed below the niche.The niche is of bigger size on the bhadra or the cardinal facet to place a bigger image. The multi-turreted spire is no more. The half annulets below the vases have dainty foliage patterns. The toranas or decorated arches span over the spaces between the pillars are no more. The decoration on the exterior of the mandapa is equally elegant and varied. The notable are the scenes of combat and palace life, kaudakapalik rites and scenes from the Ramayana and from everyday life. There are other three smaller Shiva temples. Architecturally they are not so beautiful but some sculptural depictions of ritual eroticism, temple building, Bhishma Pitamah lying on a couch of arrows and scenes from daily life, such as a group of acrobats are worth noticing.

How to Reach Kiralu Temple 

By Road: There are many public and private transport available to reach kiralu temple.

By Rail: The Nearest Railway station is Barmer station.(35 Km)
By Air:  The Nearest Air Port is Jaipur.

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Kaila Devi Temple in Karauli(Kaila Village) Rajasthan India

Here is some information about Kaila Devi Temple in Karauli(Kaila Village) Rajasthan india.

Location: on the banks of the Kalisil river in kaila village Karauli district Rajasthan. 
Built in:  1100 A.D
Built By: Princely Jadaun Rajput rulers of the Karauli empire.
Dedicated to: Goddesh kaila Devi
Entry: Free
Photography: Allow
Temple Timing: 6:00 Am to 8:00 Pm
Significance: One of the main Goddesh temple
Visiting Timing: 1 to 2 hour
Best time to Visit: October to March.
Nearest Railway Station: Karauli
Nearest Air Port: Kheria Airport, Agra (127 km) and Jaipur Sanganer Airport (160 km).

About Kaila Devi Temple in Karauli 

The Kaila Devi temple is located on the banks of Kalisil river in the hills of Trikut in kaila village near Karauli in rajasthan.The temple is dedicated to goddesh kaila devi.The temple is devoted to the tutelary deity, goddess Kaila, of the erstwhile princely rulers of the Karauli state. It is marble structures with a large courtyard of a checkered floor.In one place are a number of red flags planted by devotees.A fair known as Kaila Devi Fair is held here every year in the month of Chaitra, starting from Chaitra Budi 12 and lasting for a fortnight.The temple built by the princely Jadaun Rajput rulers of the Karauli empire. Constructed with the expensive marble, it has a large courtyard with checked floor. The statues of Kaila Devi and Chamunda Devi are the main attraction of the temple. They are seen sitting together. It is to be noted that the statue of Kaila Devi is bigger and her head is slightly bend down. There are number of red flag placed by devotees in the temple. Annual Kaila devi fair is organised at the temple in the month of Chaitra.

History of Kaila Devi Temple 

Officially, the town of Karauli was founded in 1348 by another Yaduvanshi Rajput, Maharaja Arjun Dev Yadav. The town was strategically located to ensure natural defense. To the north and east of the town are ravines while a huge wall was built on all other sides, to protect it from charging armies. Karauli is associated with many historical happenings. The main village in Karauli is called Mandrail. This village is famous for the battle of Mandrail which was fought by Raja Puranmal, the king of Amer, in 1534 AD. At the time when India became independent in 1947, Karauli was under the rule of Maharaja Ganesh Pal Deo. Later, this town merged with the union of India and became part of Indian state of Rajasthan.

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How to Reach  Kaila Devi Temple Karauli 

By Road: Karauli is located about 160 km away from Jaipur and you may avail public/private buses or local taxis to reachKaila Devi Temple.

By Rail: The Nearest Railway Station is near Karauli are Piloda Railway Station (38.3 km) and Khandip Railway Station (40.0 km)

By Air : The Nearest Air Port is  Kheria Airport, Agra (127 km) and Jaipur Sanganer Airport (160 km).

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Deo Somnath Temple in Deo Dungarpur Rajasthan

Here isSome Information about Deo Somnath Temple in Dungarpur Rajasthan India.

Location: 25 km north of Dungarpur Town  in Deo
Built in: 12th century
Built By: Rajput rulers
Dedicated to: Lord shiva
Entry:Free
Photography: Allow
Temple Timing: 6.00 AM - 8.00 PM
Significance: One of the oldest temple
Visiting Timing: 1 hour
Best time to Visit: Sap to feb
Nearest Railway Station: Dungarpur
Nearest Air Port: Udaipur

About Deo Somnath Temple

Deo Somnath Temple is a located at a distance of 24 km away from Dungarpur at Deo Gaon. Situated on the banks of the River Som, it was constructed during the rule of Vikram Samwat in the 12th century.The temple is Dedicated to Lord Shiva.The temple is believed to have been built sometime in the 12th century of Vikram Samwat. Built in white stone, the temple has imposing currants. It gives an impression of the antiquity. There are several inscriptions in the temple.An amazing banyan tree which must be hundreds of years old also attracts attention.This stone temple is an exact replica of the original Somnath Temple in Gujarat. Invaders from across the western borders of India, the first being Mahmud of Ghazni in 1025, repeatedly plundered the original temple, carrying away its vast treasures. The fear of further destruction by the invaders led the devout and devoted Hindus to build a duplicate copy in the inland.

The Deo Somnath Temple also resembles one of the stone temples at Khajuraho in Madhya Pradesh. The temple has a massive elephant carved out of stone at its entrance and a stone Nandi (Lord Shiva’s bull) faces the main shrine. The temple walls have panels of handprints perhaps of the women who immolated themselves as sati. Sati comes from the Sanskrit word satya or truth, which is attributed to a woman who has followed the right and virtuous path by immolating herself on the funeral pyre of her husband. The ceiling of the corbelled dome is a fine piece of architecture resembling the ceilings of the Jain temples in Ranakpur. It is an exquisite example of the complexities and delicacies of stone carving. The pillars are carved with various patterns, the walls with their panel of sculpted figures, stuccos and several inscriptions all add to the charm of this ancient temple. 

 How to Reach Deo Somnath Temple 

By Road : Deo Somnath Temple is located at Deo Gaon, 24 km north east of Dungarpur district. One can easily reach here by bus or taxi. 

By Rail: The Nearest Railway station is Dungarpr Railway station.

By Air : The Nearest Airport is Deo Somnath Temple can be reach through nearest Udaipur Airport which is well connected with regular domestic flights to Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Jodhpur and Jaipur. 

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salasar balaji Temple in salasar Rajasthan India

Here is some information about salasar balaji Temple in salasar Rajasthan india.




Location: Salasar, on NH-65 near Sujangarh in Churu district, Rajasthan
Address: Agra Dausa Rd, Dausa District, Mehandipur, Rajasthan 303303
Phone: 098287 74971
Built in: Samvat1811 (1754 AD)
Built By: Mohandas Maharaj
Dedicated to: Lord Hanumanji
Entry: Free
Photography:  Allow
Temple Timing: 4:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Significance: One of the faimous temple
Visiting Timing: 1 hour
Best time to Visit: During Hamuman Jayanti,Every Saturday
Nearest Railway Station: Siker
Nearest Air Port: Jaipur



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Salasar balaji temple is in district Churu Situated at Jaipur -Bikaner highway Rajasthan. 57 kilometres from Sikar and 24 kilometers from Sujangarh.Salasar Balaji is a temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman. Salasar Balaji is considered to be a Shakti Sthal.The temple is quite big and is made up of Gold and Silver. The temple is of very high importance and is visited by millions of devotees every year.It attracts innumerable Indian worshipers throughout the year. On Chaitra Purnima and Ashvin Purnima large fairs are organized every year with millions of devotees visiting here to pay their homage to the deity.



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The temple area is electrifying almost everyday and experiances crowds beyond normal at festivals. The market is congested with the temple walls joint with other private properties of others. A double lane street runs all the way to the other side of entry passing from in front of the temple with private residence and shops on either side. These shops are mainly, hotels, Prasad and gifts and spices shops. The temple is built in around 3000-4000 square meter area (this is only a visual estimate) which is congested within to accommodate a large pilgrimage. Though the general construction of the Salasar Balaji Temple is done with regular bricks and cement and marble, however within the central area, more and more are, specially the walls and ceiling is getting covered up with embossed silver plates of Shri Hanuman figures. Read about the complete construction and look of the Salasar Balaji temple and the market outside.


History of Salasar Balaji Temple 




There was a small village Asota in district Nagaur (Rajsthan). The day was Saturday -samvat 1811, Shravan Shukla-Navami. A Jat farmer was ploughing his field. All of sudden the plough was hit by some story thing and the sound - Thlikk ... was created. He dug that place and found and Idol covered with sand. His wife reached their with his lunch packet. He showed the idol. She cleaned the idol with her sari (dress) and the idol of Lord Balaji (Lord Hanuman) was appeared. They bow their head with devotion.
The news of appearance of Lord Balaji spread in the village Asota immediately the Thakur of Asota also heard the news. At the same night a devotee of Lord Hanuman, Mean Das of Salasar saw Lord Hanuman or Balaji in dream. Lord Balaji told him about the idol of asota. He immediately send a message to Thakur of Asota. The thakur became surprised - How Mohandasji knew minor details without coming Asota Certainly it was a kindness of Lord Balaji .The idol then sent to Salasar and was fixed there. That is now Salasar Dham. 



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Sri Hanuman Jayanti (Chaitra Shukla Chaturdashi and Purnima).
Ashwin Shukla Chaturdashi and Purnima.
Bhadrapad Shukla Chaturdashi and Purnima.
All three of these festivals are attractive and attracts lakhs of Devotees from around the Country.






How to Reach  salasar balaji Temple  




By Road: There are many private transport to reach sarla balaji temple and many mejar city connected to sarla.

By Rail: The Nearest Raileay station is Siker.(24 Kms)

By Air : The Nearest Airport is Jaipur.



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Karni Mata Temple in Deshnok Bikaner Rajasthan

Here is Some Information about Karni Mata Temple in Deshnok Bikaner Rajasthan india.

Location: At a Deshnok of 30kms south of Bikaner
Built in: 15th century
Built By:Maharaja Ganga Singh of Bikaner
Dedicated to:Karni Mata
Entry: Free
Photography:Allow
Temple Timing: 5:00 AM - 10: 00 PM
Significance: Thousands of Rats are worshipped
Visiting Timing:1 to 2 hours
Best time to Visit: November to February.
Nearest Railway Station: Bikaner
Nearest Air Port: Bikaner

About Karni Mata Temple in Deshnok

Karni Mata temple is located in Deshnok nera bikaner.The temple is Dedicated Hindu Goddesh Karni mata.The temple is dedicated to an early 15th century mystic, considered to be a reincarnation of Goddess Durga. This temple is quite famous for a large number of brown rats running around the temple complex fearlessly. It is believed that the souls of dead Charans reside in these rats. It is considered very lucky to spot a rat in the temple. During the time of aarti, these rats are offered sweets, grains, etc by the devotees.Karni Mata Mandir is easily accessible by regular buses from Bikaner and Jodhpur. To ensure a comfortable journey, one can also opt for taxis that can be availed from anywhere in Rajasthan. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Karni, who is regarded as the incarnation of Maa Durga.

In the 14th century, Goddess Karni is said to have lived and performed many miracles during her existence. Karni Mata was a mystic, who led a virtuous life committed to the service of the poor and the oppressed of all communities. The goddess is said to have laid the foundation of Deshnoke. As per the stories, once when her youngest son drowned, Goddess Karni asked Yama (the god of death) to bring him back to life. Lord Yama replied that he could not return her son's life. Thus, Karni Mata, being an incarnation of Goddess Durga, restored the life of her son. At this point of time, she announced that her family members would die no longer; in fact they would incarnate in the form of rats (kabas) and ultimately, these rats would come back as the members of her family. In Deshnok, there are around 600 families that assert to be the descendants of Karni Mata.
History of Karni Mata temple

Deshnok's Karnimata Temple is the only claim to fame of the small desert town of Deshnok. Karni Mata was held in great reverence by the local people who were mostly bards. Karni was born at the Suvap village and was married off to Depa. The foundation of Deshnok is credited to Karni Mata. Karni won the hearts of the inhabitants of Deshnok by her efforts to uplift and serve the downtrodden and the marginalized in a selfless way. If the legends are to be given any credence, then there is reason to believe that Karni Mata laid the foundation stones of the Jodhpur and Bikaner forts. The sanctum sanctorum of the Karnimata Temple, it is believed by many, was founded by Karni herself.
Karni Mata Fair at Deshnok 

Karni Mata Fair is held twice a year at Deshnok, a small town near Nokha in Bikaner district. The first and larger fair is held in March-April during the Navratras from Chaitra Shukla Ekam to Chaitra Shukla Dashmi which attracts hordes of pilgrims from places far the near. The second fair is held in September-October, also during the Navratras, from Ashvin Shukla to Ashwin Shukla Dashmi. The Karni Mata temple is thronged not only by the Rajasthanis. Rather, devotees from all over India and even abroad pay a visit to the temple. Day by day, the faith in Karni Mata is increasing, attracting more and more devotees to the place. Whenever the wishes of the devotees get fulfilled, they offer silver and gold to the goddess at the temple.
 How to Reach karni Mata Temple Deshnok  

By Road: Karni Mata can be reached easily from Bikaner and all major places by a wide network of roads.Private transport available reach to Karni Mata Temple.

By Rail : The Nearest Railway station is Bikaner.(22Km).

By Air : The Nearest Airport is Bikner.(22 Km).
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Shitla Mata Temple in Gurgaon Hariyana

Here is Some Information about Shitla Mata Temple in Gurgaon Rajasthan india.
 

Location: Gurgaon village,Near Railway station.
Built in: about 1000 year ago
Built By: son of King Surajmal of Bharatpur
Dedicated to: Goddesh Shitla Devi
Entry: Free
Photography: Allow
Temple Timing: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Significance: One of the most temple
Visiting Timing: 1 to 2 Hour
Best time to Visit:During Gujarai month Shravan (July-August)
Phone: 085859 45191
Nearest Railway Station: New Delhi & Nizamudin
Nearest Air Port: Delhi , Nizamudin

More Information about  Shitla Mata Temple in Gurgaon

Goddesh Shitla Mata temple is located in Gurgaon hariyana.The temple, standing near a pond, is dedicated to Mata Sheetla Devi. Sheetala Mata Mandir, situated near Delhi, is at times referred to as a "Shakti Peeth" and is considered as one of the most sacred Hindu pilgrimages in India. The temple is flooded by hoards of devotees, especially during the Hindu month of Chaitra (March-April). During this period also, the rush is exceptionally heavy on Mondays. There are various legends associated with the construction of this temple, out of which one says that this temple was built by son of King Surajmal of Bharatpur. The prince was on his way to attack the Mughal ruler in Delhi, who wanted to marry the beautiful daughter of a poor carpenter of Farukh Nagar. On his way, he passed through Gurgaon and prayed to Shri Mata Sheetla Devi that if he wins the battle, he would construct a temple. After his victory over the Mughal ruler, he built the temple on this site.
According to another legend, when prince of Bharatpur was on his way to fight with the Mughal ruler in Delhi, his army rested at Ballabhgarh. When the horses refused to move further from Ballabhgarh, elaborate worship of Shri Mata Sheetla Devi was arranged. After the worship, horses started moving and the prince prayed to the goddess that if he returns victorious, he would build a temple. 

How to Reach Shitla Mata Temple in Gurgaon 

By Road: The state transport buses connect Gurgaon to neighboring cities with in the state and in neighboring states.

By Rail:  The Nearest Railway station is New Delhi & Nizamudin

By Air:  The Nearest Airport is New Delhi & Nizamudin Airport.

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Parahera Temple in Banswara Rajasthan

Here is Some Information about Parahera Temple in Banswara Rajasthan India.


Location:  22km from Banswara Banswara
Built in: 1000 years ago
Built By: Mandlik,Paramara rulers
Dedicated to: Lord Shiva
Entry: Free
Photography: Allow
Temple Timing:  6:00 Am to 9:00 Pm
Significance:  One of the oldest temple
Visiting Timing: 1 Hour
Best time to Visit:  Sap to Feb
Nearest Railway Station: Banswara
Nearest Air Port: Jaipur

About  Parahera Temple

The Parahera Temple is located in 22 km from Banswara in rajasthan india.The temple is Dedicated to Lord Shiva.The temple is Built on the bank of Nagela tank, the temple has an inscription that provides valuable information on the Paramara rulers.This Lord Shiva Temple around Naturally atmosphere and anciant place.you must visit this temple.In this temple oldest shivling of  hundu devoates lord shiva. Lord shiva is main devoate in hindu gods.

How to Reach  Parahera Temple  Banaswara  

By Road: There are many private transport  availabel reach to Banswara parahera temple.

By Rail: The NearestRailway station is Banswara junction.

By Air: The Nearest Airport is Jaipur Airport.

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Swaminarayan Temple in Ahmedabad(Kalupur) Gujarat

Here is Some Information about Swaminarayan Temple in Ahmedabad  Gujarat India.

Location: Kalupur,Near Relief Road 
Built in: 1822
Dedicated to: Lord Swaminarayan
Entry: Free
Photography:Allow
Temple Timing: 6:00Am to 9:00 Pm
Significance: One of the
Visiting Timing: 1 hour
Best time to Visit: Every purnima 
Contect No: +(91)-79-22132170, 22136818 | 
Nearest Railway Station: Ahmedanad kalupur
Nearest Air Port: Ahmedabad

 About  Swaminarayan Temple in Ahmedabad

The Swamonarayan Temple is located in kalupur area near rilif road.This Temple is first first and foremost Swaminarayan temple was built at Kalupur in Ahmedabad. Being the most prominent temple, it is always thronged by people. People come from different parts of the country and congregate here in this temple to seek the blessings of the deity. Dedicated to Lord Swaminarayan, the temple boasts of its exquisite wooden carvings.
first and foremost Swaminarayan temple was built at Kalupur in Ahmedabad. Being the most prominent temple, it is always thronged by people. People come from different parts of the country and congregate here in this temple to seek the blessings of the deity. Dedicated to Lord Swaminarayan, the temple boasts of its exquisite wooden carvings.

How to Reach  Swaminarayan Temple in Ahmedabad

By Road : There are many public and private transport to reach ahmedabd.

By Rail: The Nearest Railway Station is Kalupur  Railway station Ahmedabad.

By Air: The Nearest Airport is Sardar Vallabbhai international Airport in Ahmedabad.
 
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Mehandipur balaji( Hanuman) Temple in Dausa District Rajasthan

Here is Some information about Mehandipur balaji Temple in Dausa Rajasthan India.

Location: Dausa district of Rajasthan
Built in:1000 years ago
Dedicated to: Lord Hanumanji
Entry: Free
Photography:Allow
Temple Timing: 5:30 AM - 8:30 PM
Significance: One of the Oldest temple
Visiting Timing: 1 to 2 Hours
Best time to Visit: during festival(Hanuman jayanti,holi,diwali)
Festival Celebraton: Hanuman Jayanti
Nearest Railway Station: Bandikui (40 kms)
Nearest Air Port: Jaipur (113 kms)

About  Mehandipur balaji Temple 


The Mehandipur balaji Temple is located in dausa district in rajasthan india.This temple is dedicated to Hindu Devoates Lord hanuman.Mehandipur Balaji Temple is the temple of Lord Hanuman who believed to to cure the difficulty "Sankat" and provides knowledge "Riddi and Siddi". According to the legends, 1000 years back images of lord Shri Balaji, Shri Pretraj Sarkar and Shri Bhairav dev appeared in Aravali hills through chamatkar. Shrine of Balaji, Court of Pret Raja, Pooja griha, Bhairav ji temple and Ram Darbar are some famous and popular spots to visit in this temple. 
Balaji temple at Mehandipur in Rajasthan is very Powerful place. It is believed that the deity in this temple has divine power to cure a person possessed with evil spirit.Hundreds of 'Sankatwalas', as the possessed people are refereed to in local lingo, throng to the temple everyday to offer prayers and have 'darshan'. The temple has also become a home and the last respite for the victims.The 'Mahant' of the temple, Shri Kishor Puri Ji, prescribes the treatment. It can include reading holy texts, following a strict vegetarian and simple diet, and even afflicts physical pain to one's body.

History of  Mehandipur balaji Temple 

According to history Mehandipur balaji Temple is about 1000 thousand years old.The idol was 1000 years old.The story behind the Shri Balaji temple explained thet ancestors of Shri Mahant ji saw the three dieties in the dreams with a magnificent temple. He also heard voice which was ordering him to ready for serving his duty. All of a sudden Lord Shri Balaji appeared before him and ordered "Take duty of serving me". After that incident ancestors started worshipping by performing pua and arti regularly. Once upon a time some miscreants tried to dig out the deity but they could not reach the bottom of the statue as it is the part of the hill " Kanak Bhoodharakar Shareera".
It is also known that the water pot in the feet of the diety never dried up due to continuous flow of water from left side of chest of statue of lord Shri Balaji .

 Other places to Visit near Mehandipur balaji

The fantastic places of visiting for the devotees who come to Mehandipur Balaji Temple are Nilkanth Mahadev Temple, Mataji Ka Mandir, Pratap Vatika and Kaila Devi Temple. Some other interesting facts are Court of Pret Raja, Pooja griha; Bhairav ji temple and Ram Darbar which are some of the spots worth seeing here. The Mehandipur Balaji Temple at Dausa involves many charitable activities like providing food to the disabled and fodder to the cattle, etc.  
How to Reach  Mehandipur balaji Temple  

By Road: Mehandipur Balaji is well connected to All major cities of North India .There is very frequent service of buses on Agra Jaipur highway. The journey can be performed by car from delhi either via Alwar-Mahwa or mathura-Bharatpur-mahwa.
By Rail: The Nearest Railway station is Bandikui (40 kms)
By Air: The nearest airport is Sanganer, Jaipur (113 kms)
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Bhadrakali Temple in Bhadran Gujarat India

Here is Some information about Bhadrakali Temple in Bhadran Gujarat india.

Location: In anand district borsad taluka village bhadran.
Built in: about 200 years ago
Dedicated to: Goddesh Bhadrakali
Entry: free
Photography:allow
Temple Timing: 6:00 Am to 8:00 Pm
Significance: One of the most temple
Visiting Timing: 30 Mins
Best time to Visit: During Navratri
Nearest Railway Station: Anand
Nearest Air Port: Vadodra



About Bhadrakali Temple Bhadran



Goddesh Bhadrakali Temple bhadran is located in anand district borsad taluka village in Bhadran.There is one of  the very o ld temple in Bhadran village.The temples hight is about 80 ft.In this temple a very faimous hanuman temple,jalaram temple,ram temple also.In this temple many hindu devots and goddesh small temples also.During navratri people plays garba,dandiya very happiness and huge crouded place.during this festival the temple decorate colourful lighting.each day goddesh bhadrakali darshan different ornaments and colourful dresses.In this temple has a big Merrage hall and party plot.Many merrages function celebrate in this temple.according to history the idol of goddesh bhadrakali was make autometic and sit in temple.His blessing all bhadran village and people hartly doing a pooja goddesh bhadrakali.Each humans requairnment success do goddesh bhadrakali.jay ma bhadrakali.


How to Reach Bhadrakali Temple Bhadran



By Road: There are Many road transport connected bhadran.many praivate transport reach bhadran.

By Rail: The Nearest Railway station is Vadodra and Anand.

By Air: The Nearest local Airport is Vadodra and International airport is Ahmedabad.


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