Best Temples of Jaipur
Lifestyle,  Travel

6 Most Famous Temples in Jaipur worth visiting

When we recollect memories about Jaipur? What does come to our mind, besides it being called the beautiful Pink City? It’s a holy place that attracts many Hindu pilgrims to its temples. The majority of the famous temples in Jaipur have been worked by the maharajas of the city and all things considered, bear a solid resemblance with the landmarks that establish the pride of Jaipur. A portion of these temples stands on the premises of grand palaces and historical monuments of that time. The temples also the landmarks uncover the self-importance of these Rajputana rulers. My earlier post shed light on my two-day itinerary that I shared with my family and the places of interest. Today I wish to enlighten my readers furthermore about the best temples to visit in Jaipur.

Famous temples  in Jaipur

1. Birla Mandir

This beautiful Temple the most visited one in the state of Rajashtan. Situated on the lower regions of Moti Dungari of Jaipur, this temple was built in the twentieth century by the Birla family. Set in the outskirts, Birla Mandir in Jaipur is a beautiful respite from the hustle-bustle of city life. Built completely in shining white marble; The temple holds three arches, which speaks to the three primary religions that were conceived in the nation. Inside the temple, you can discover statues of divinities of different religions, thinkers, national uprightness, etc. Make a point to make a trek to Jaipur to visit Moti Dungari sanctuary, which is near Birla Mandir.

Famous temples  in Jaipur

2. Govind Dev Ji Temple

This Govind Dev Ji Temple of Jaipur is essentially stunning. It is one of the famous temples in Jaipur that is most visited during Janamashtami and Holi too. Hundreds of devotees visit his famous Krishna temple every day. This historical Hindu temple is adjoining to the city palace. The entire area around the temple communicates heavenly inclination and gives harmony and fulfillment to the spirit of devotees.

3. Khole Ke Hanuman Ji Temple

Khole Ke Hanuman Ji Temple is dedicated to Lord Hanuman, the temple is situated in an idyllic surrounding off the Jaipur-Delhi highway. It is nestled in a valley of Laxman Dungari hills.this is a good temple situated from 13 km from Jaipur The inside premises is very huge and can suit 500 devotees. This ancient temple is situated on a hillock and people have to walk nearly 1 km to arrive at the temple. The khole ke Hanuman temple is known for its devotional powers and it is accepted to fulfill desires of all those who worship sincerely.

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4. Galtaji Temple

Galtaji temple is an ancient temple site in the town of Khania-Balaji, at a 10 km distance from Jaipur which consists of several temples and sacred water tanks. These water tanks are used for holy bathes during pilgrimage time. Within the temple complex, there are temples dedicated to Gods like Balaji and Surya Devta.  There’s also a temple here known as the Monkey temple since a large tribe of monkeys live there. Makara Sankranti is the most prominent festival celebrated here.

5. Shila Devi Temple

Shila Devi temple is situated in Amber fort; it is a well known Goddess Durga temple. The icon of Maa Durga was brought from Jessore by Raja Maan Singh I of Amber. The temple experiences grandeur and celebrations during the nine days of Navaratri.  This temple Of Kuldevi of the Jaipur Royal Family. She is worshipped every day and special prayers are offered whenever a new important work has to be started. Highly revered by devotees of all backgrounds. You feel so peaceful after paying homage here. Once in a lifetime experience.

6. Garh Ganesh Temple

One of the oldest and most popular temples in Jaipur, Garh Ganesh Temple was built up by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh I before he established the framework stone of Jaipur. Since the temple is situated on the Aravalli Hills, it stays unmistakable from pretty much all aspects of the city. As the name demonstrates, the sanctuary is committed to the Hindu divinity Lord Ganesha; in any case, the uniqueness of the temple is that here, Baal Ganesha is worshipped here. Truly, it is one of those uncommon temples in India where you can see Ganesha without his trunk.

Enjoy Jaipur in 48hrs and visit all these beautiful temples.

Frequently Asked Questions For  Temple Visits In Jaipur

  1. How should you dress up for Temple Visits?

 You should follow some general caution in dressing. For females wear loose decent clothes, avoid the skirts micro mini, cover your head when you enter temples. Indians are accepting modern and Western outfits slowly but on religious places they avoid it because it will hurt someone’s emotion & religious sentiment.

2. Are Guides Available Near these famous Temples in Jaipur?

Yes. Almost all of these temples come with a guided tour that will cost you. If you wish to take a tour of the temples without a guide that is also possible.  Avoid fake guides and only take guides who share a valid identity.

3. Is photography allowed?

Yes. Most of the temple premises allow photography, however be a little sensitive towards sentiments as devotees go to pray. Not everyone here is on a site seeing tour. Some temples may not permit photography during Aarti or inside near the main idols. And please avoid selfies from all angles

4. Are there any specific timings for the temples?
Yes, you should note the specific timings of the temples you wish to visit online or check a day prior to your visit.

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  • Deepa Jaisingh

    I have studied Hotel management from Jaipur and I know how relevant this list of temples is. Thanks for sharing

    • Laura Pedlar

      This is a comprehensive list of temples to visit in Jaipur. Each one is unique in its own way and worth a visit. I particularly liked your FAQs at the end of the post to help visitors plan their trip and be respectful when visiting.

  • Ruchi Verma

    I still have to visit this place …got a chance once but missed but whenever I visit I will make sure to visit these temples!!

  • Jane Dempster-Smith

    Jaipur is on my list of travels in India. Visiting and learning more about temples is what I enjoy doing in India. There are so many and this article is valuable it helps me decide which are the temples I want to visit. I like that you also included FAQ.

  • Shubhreet Kaur

    Jaipur is one of my favourite cities and we used to go there often when my dad was posted in Rajasthan. I have actually been to all these temples but it was quite a while ago. Would love to make another trip there since there is so much to see!

    • Varsh

      I’ve visited some of these temples and they’re truly beautiful. I have fond memories of Birla Mandir since we went there with my then toddler son and he kept running around everywhere.

    • Ambica Gulati

      I have been to Jaipur twice this year. And the first time, I stayed near Govind Dev temple. It looks divine in the evening. And for Shila Devi temple, I make sure I reach the fort before 12. I so like the vibes there.

  • Neha Sharma

    I am not much of a temple person but I have heard about some of these temples. I will share this with my friends and family members who love exploring temples. Thanks for sharing!

  • Paul Healy

    I would love to spend more time in India and Jaipur is definitely on the list. I’m sure seeing the temples would be one of the highlights of the trip, they all look so evocative. Thanks for sharing.

  • Sinjana Ghosh

    That’s a great list of temples. I wish I could see all the pictures.Jaipur is a truly fascinating city , one that has been on my bucket list for quite some time now. Your list will help me plan my itinerary.

  • amar singh

    I wish I read this post a few months ago when I went to Jaipur earlier this year as I missed some of these and would have been more than happy to visit these. The architecture of Jaipur is just so stunning and these temples certainly reflect it as well. I did visit Birla Mandir and even though it was very beautiful its more on the newer side vs some of the older once you have mentioned in this post. The one which FANCY MOST WOULD BE Khole Ke Hanuman Ji Temple. Thanks for sharing

  • Kavita Singh

    We have been to Jaipur thrice and loved visiting these temples. There are a couple of the temples in the list that we have missed but I will make sure to visit next time 🙂

  • Rohan Kachalia

    I have never visited the pink city and I have bookmarked your post for reference. Also, what’s interesting to see apart from temples is the way they are constructed – intricate designs, all adding to the marvel.

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