Pay Homage at These Famous Religious Sites in the Desert State Rajasthan

Rajasthan is one of the most beautiful states in India filled with some of the greatest architectural marvels from the Rajputana era. It has been the land of rich cultural heritage ever since ancient times. Rajasthan holiday packages are the most booked packages in India. However, it is one of the states that has a huge religious importance for many religions as well.

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Here are a few religious places to visit in Rajasthan:

1. The Prestigious Brahma Temple

Bramha Temple Pushkar, Rajasthan

Lord Brahma is one of biggest gods in Hindu mythology. Brahma Temple is dedicated to him and has been built in the 14th century. Situated in Pushkar, it is not far away from the Pushkar Lake. It is believed that the accidental falling of lotus from the hands of Lord Brahma is what led to the creation of this temple.

2. The Beautiful Dilwara Jain Temple

Dilwara Jain Temple, Mount Abu Rajasthan

Dilwara Jain temple was built in the 13th century and is situated in Mount Abu. The temple complex has five beautifully constructed smaller temples and each one is dedicated to one of the Jain Tirthankara. It is a must visit while in Mount Abu.

3. The Architectural Marvel Deshnok Temple

Deshnok Temple, Bikaner Rajasthan

Deshnok temple is situated in Bikaner and is one of the most visited places in the city. Dedicated to Karni Mata, this 14th-century temple has a lot of significance to the Hindus. The temple’s architecture is one of the major attractive features. The decoration with marble, gold, and silver is what makes it so beautiful.

4. The Mesmerizing Moti Doongri Temple

Moti Doongri Temple, Jaipur Rajasthan

If you want to see some of the best architectures in India, visiting Moti Doongri Temple is a must. The architecture of this temple is a perfect blend of Indian, Scottish and Islamic cultures. This temple is dedicated to Lord Ganesha and attract people from all over the world to visit it.

5. The Historic Parshvanath Temple

Parshvanath Temple

This 12th-century temple is situated in Nakoda and was built during the Vikrama Era. The temple is dedicated to the Jain saint Parashvanath and has a huge statue of him in the complex. The architecture and the surroundings of the temple are what attract most of the people to it.

6. The Must Visit Ranakpur Jain Temple

Ranakpur Jain Temple

The Ranakpur Jain Temple is one of its kind four faced temple that has a beautiful architecture. Situated in Ranakpur, the temple has 1444 pillars and each of them is different from the other. It has also been nominated for the Seven Wonders of the World recently.

7. The Sacred Ajmer Sharif Dargah

The Ajmer Sharif Dargah is one of the most sacred and respect pilgrim destination of the Muslims. This is one place that is visited by everyone who visits Ajmer. It is the dargah of Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti and is one of the most significant examples of the Mughal architecture.

8. The Magnificent Birla Temple

Birla Temple, Jaipur Rajasthan

Although the Birla Temple was built in the year 1985 and it does not have a huge history behind it, it is one of the most visited temples in Rajasthan. Situated in Jaipur the temple is still under construction. It is made with marble and has a serene aura around it.

While booking the Rajasthan holiday packages make sure you check all the accommodations and the itinerary. Also, make sure that you know the temperature of the places you will be visiting. This is a common misconception that since Rajasthan is a desert state, it will always be warm. The nights tend to be colder in the winters.