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The Holy Places oF Rajasthan Visited By Acharya Prasanta Deb Guruji and Daughter


Acharya Meenakhi Deb




Jaipur is the Capital of Rajasthan is also knownas Pink City is a colorful city of India famous for its rich culture, Forts, Architects well connected with Airport, Railway, Bus Service Hotels and Dharmashala of all Category Available Here .Distance Of Jaipur From Delhi via Alwar 3o6 Km , Agra 240 Km , Udaipur 425 Km


Govind Ji Temple is dedicated to Govind Dev Ji (Other name of Lord Krishna). Govind Devji Temple of Jaipur is situated in the City Palace complex, between the Chandra Mahal and Badal Mahal.


Sheela Mata Jassoheshwari Temple first Floor at Amer Palace


Jagat Shiromani Temple of lord Krishna Built by Wife of Man Singh Meera Bai visited here


 Moti Dungri The temple of Moti Doongri is dedicated to Lord Ganesha.

 Birla Temple Laxmi Narayan Temple Birla Mandir, in pure white marble, dominates the skyline of southern part of Jaipur.

Jain Mandir he Jain Temple of the city is known for its utmost architectural splendor.


Panchyati Hall Temple of Durga and Lord Shiva


Galtaji located 10 kms away from Jaipur in Rajasthan. The vast complex of Galta Ji has several temples in it. The Temple of Galtaji is famous for its natural water springs.




Mehndipur Balaji—Famous Hanuman Temple The temple is situated in Distance from Delhi 270 Km ,Agra 140 Km  Jaipur 100 Km , Bahrat pur 80 Km Alwar 40 Km , Karuli & Mahavir Ji 50 km Dausa 40 Km , Bandikui Railway  Station 27 Km . Hotels and Dharmashala of all Category Available Here


MAHAVIRJI :Famous Jain Temple 50 km from Balaji 100 Km from Jaipur . Dharmashala under the premises of Mahavirji Jain Temple


KAILA DEVI at Karuli District Devi famous Kali Temple hotels facilities are available Distance from Karuli 20 km 60 km from Menidipur Balaji, 160 Km from Jaipur.


Tijara Jain Temple of  8th jain Tirthankar Chandra Prabhu Ji idol discovered here. Distanace from 100km from Delhi, 75km from Gurgoan. Dharmashala Facility available


Replica of Triputi Balaji Sri Vanketaesh Temple


Laxmi Narayn Temple , Spotic Linga Murti Shiva Temple


 Radha Murli Temple and Hanuman Temple at Fort 22 km from Sikhar


Ram, Laxman Tempe and Ganga temple



Digambar Jain Atishaya Kshetra Shri Mahavirji Sri Mahavirji is one the most popular Jain pilgrimages in Rajasthan. The main idol of Bhagwan Mahavirji in Padmasana posture, coral colored made of sand stone is installed. Bhagwan Pushp Danta in right side and Bhagwan Adinath’s idol are in left side of the main deity is located  in the Chandanpur village on the bank of  the Gambhir river in Sawaimadhopur district, Rajasthan. It is at a distance of 140 km from Jaipur,  175 km from Agra and 300 km from Delhi.  The nearest railway station  is,  Mahavirji (Chandanpur), 7 km away  from this  thirth. All the major trains on Delhi-Mumbai line stops here.  Bus service, and private vehicles from every tirth / major cities like jaipur, kota, sawaimadhopur to this place are available. At Mahaveerji, there are 6 very big Dharmashalas with  all modern facilities. A Yatri Niwas  has been constructed by Kshetra Committee, where food is available according to Jain tradition for pilgrims. There are other restaurants  also available in market.


Rani Sati Temple of Sati Narayani Devi , Dadi Sati temples of Jallans community  Dharmashala and Hotels Available Connected withExpress Train Deli– Jaipur Distance from Delhi 250 KM Via Singhana-Pachaeri & Narnaul , 260 KM Via Pilani-Bhiwani & Rohtak 272 KM Via Singhana-Khetri & Narnaul , Jaipur 184 KM Via Nawalgarh & Sikar Bikaner236 KM Via Mandawa-Fatehpur & Ratangarh Churu52 KM Via Bissau

Shiva Temple and Khatu Shyam Temple of  Local not origanl Khatu Shyam ji temple .Area near Rani Sati Temple

PILANI : Mahansar 125 km , Churu 130 km , Loharu 125 km Train, Bus Facility, Hotels available

Saraswati Temple, Shiv Ganga Shiva temple, ancient Sri Rama Temple and Paanchavati

RATTANGARH District Churu

Panch mukhi Hanuman 5km from Ratngarh Bus stand and Railway station Hotels available


Delhi to Salasar via Rohtak, Bhiwani, Loharu, Pilani, Jhunjhunu, Mukangarh, Lakshmangarh, Salasar - 335 K.M.
Jaipur to Salasar ( Two Routes)
via Chomu, Ringas, Sikar, Lakshmangarh, Salasar - 180 K.M.

via Chomu, Ringas, Sikar, Nechhav, Ganeri, Salasar - 175 K.M.

The history of this temple dates back to 1811 in a village called Asota, where a farmer while ploughing his field, got stuck by some rock under the earth and when cleared by his wife, emerged an idol of Lord Hanuman. The Thakur of that village dreamt being asked to shift the idol of Salasar for proper religious incarnation.
At the same time a devotee worshiper of Lord Hanuman called Mean Das also dreamt about the Lord and was asked to do the same. The idol was thus sent to Salasar with all care and devotion. Transforming the village into the Salasar Dham, initially a hut, the place was later developed gradually into a concrete temple, which now has a large complex. All that the devotees desire is fulfilled by Lord BALAJI, lacs of followers from all over the world visit this holy place every year.


Shyam khatu is 48 km from Siikar district which is about 116 kms from Jaipur. The temple is well-connected  by road as well as railway. This is the temple of lord Shyam which is made up of pure white makrana marble and stands out as a perfect example of unique architecture. This is the only temple where the idol of god is only in the form of HEAD.The history of shyam khatu originate from the Mahabharat.Shyam ji’s childhood name was Barbareek.Barbareek was the grandson of bheem and son of Ghatotkacha.From the beginning of his childhood Barbareek was a very brave warrior.He learnt the art of warfare from his mother.Owing to the fabulous power of barbareek Krishna did not want to participate him in the war.as the Krishna knew that if barbareek participate,he will win.The lord Krishna asked barbareek to sacrifice his head for charity.barbareek maintained his promise to sacrifice his head as a true student but as the same time he wished to watch the war and  Krishna granted his wish.Later on his head is buried in khatu and at that place temple is constructed.

There is a holy pond near the temple.People believed that  a dip in this pond can cure a person from any diseases and make them healthy. Every year thousand of devotees visit shyam khatu at the fair which held in the month of feb or march. We reached Shyam khatu just before 4 days to held the fair which is one of the important fair of Rajasthan.


DESHNOKE : 30 km south of Bikaner  well connected with Bus Service and Roadways to Bikaner and Jodhpur , By Air Bikaner and Jodhpur

Karni Mata Temple: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.

Bhandeshwar & Sandeshwar Jain Temple : 5 km from Bikaner BHANDESHWAR Paanch Tirthankar suminath Jain Temple SANDESHWAR 22 Jain Tirthankar Nemi nath Ji

Dungarh singh Ji Shiva Temple                                                                           


The city of Desert Railway Station and Bus Service Many Hotels of all Types available here is also a tourist Destination Place and famous for camel Desert Riding The Jaisalmer Fort on the Sun Light Shining Like a Gold also known as shonnar Quilla Means Fort of Gold.Baisakhi 16 km, Luderwa 16 km, Mool Sagar 8 km, Kuldhara and Khabha Villages 30 km, Sam sand dunes 45 km. Air : 5 km in the cantonment area, operational only in September to March. Alternative Jodhpur Airport - 300 km Rail :Railway Station is10 minutes drive from Gadi Sagar Pol.

RAMDEVADA 12 Km to the north of Pokhran  is a village called Ramdevra in Jaisalmer district of Rajasthan Baba Ramdevji, a Tanwar Rajput and a saint took Samadhi in 1459 AD, at the age of 33 years in this village. The village is hence named after the baba / saint. A temple was built around the Samadhi by King Ganga Singh of Bikaner in 1931 A.DThe Hindus consider the baba to be a reincarnation of Lord Krishna

JAISALMER FORT (SONAR QUILLA )-Jain Temples Parasnath ji, Rishabnath Ji, Santinath Ji, Sambhav Nath ji,and Others jain Temple and Radha Krishna Temple

Chandraprbhu Ji Jain Temple., and other Temples near fort are Shiva Temple , Ganesh Temple, Hanuman Temple .

Madhuranga Jain Temple, Kalpataru Tree is here and Naagraj In the Temple and Everyday at evening Naagraj Seen as it comes out to drink Milk in Temple Laudrwa  20 m from Jaisalmer .

KHURI 40 km from Jaisalmer near Pakisthan BorderShiva Temple and Shani Temple.


Kalimata Ashapura Devi Temple Devikot 36 km from Jaisalmer Rajasthan


The town of Barmer is 224 kilometers from Jodhpur via Balotra and 198 kilometers via Panchpadra. The city of Jaisalmer is 157 kilometers from here while Jaipur  is 588 kilometers away. The city of Ahmedabad is 485 kilometers from Barmer.

, There are a number of attractions in Barmer district like Asotra, Batada Kua, Brahma Temple, Jain Temple, Jogmaya Temple, Mahabar Dunes, Surya Mandir Temple, Kher Temple, Viratra Mata Mandir, Kiradu, Nakora, Nimbari,Shivaji Akhada Shiva Temple , Someshwar Temple Garib, Pipa Mandir and Bhimgoda.

Yogmaya Temple at hill top approx 450 statirs Astadurga Temple.In this Temple premises here is Sun Temple Devta Balark ( Means Bala Means Small Child and Ark Means Sun , thus childhood of Sun )


Jodhpur airport 5km from city, Railway connected to Delhi, Jaipur, Bikaner, Chennai, Mumbai and Other cities, and Well connected with Bus Services All types of Hotel Facilities are available opposite Railway station Famous for Umed Bhavan Palace 5km and Meharanfgarh Fort .

Meharangarh Fort

Chamunda Devi Temple, Kunj Bihari Temple Lord Sri Krishna Temple, Ganga Shyam Temple, Pir Baba Dargah at main Entrance

Naav Greha Temple backsideof Meharangarh Fort just 200 meters

Ravana Shiva Temple in the Premises of Naav Greha temple

Achal Nath Shiva Temple , Baba Ramdeo Temple, Raj Ranchoddji Temple , Rasikbihari Temple , Sidhanath shiv temple, Udai Mandir at Jodhpur City

JASVANTDHARA : Maha Mandir Of Nath Sampradaya at Jasvantdhara 2km from Meharangarh Fort on the Way of Mandor


 Ravan and Mandodori Marriage Place 50 meter from Mandor Railway Station

Bhairav Temple at Mandor fort


Mahavir Jain Temple, Surya Temple, Ganesh Temple ,Durga Temple , Harihar Temple

Sachia Mata Temple ( Durga )other Temples Ganesha, Shiva, Vishnu Temples


Shoalla Shiva Temple 75 km from Jodhpur          


Mata Rani Bhatiyani is a temple in the village of Jasol Jasol is near Balotra in Barmer District which is around 90km from Jodhpur

           MOUNT ABU

By road  Mount Abu to Ahmedabad 214 kms, Bombay 835 kms, Delhi 768 kms, Jaipur 515 kms, Udaipur 182  kms, Jodhpur 291 kms, Ranakpur 168 kms, Air : Nearest  airports are Udaipur and Ahmedabad, Rail: Nearest  railhead is Abu Road (27 kms), Road: Bus : Regular  buses connect Mount Abu with Abu Road, Achalgarh, Ahmedabad, Ranakpur, Ahmedabad, Udaipur,  Taxi: Taxis and  Jeeps are available from Abu Road to Mount Abu. 

Achaleshwar Mahadev ( Leg Thumb ), Head at Nepal Pashupatinath and Body at Kedarnath Uttrakhand In achaleshwar Temple is Shiva , Ganesh, Nandi, Chamunda Devi , Vihnu , Dasavtari Vishnu Temple

Arbudadevi Shakti Pith ( Lips )approx 360 Satiars to climb at Hill top 3km from Moutnt abu . In the name of Arbudadevi Mt abu named

Gomukh , Vashit Ashram, Hanuman Temple, Brahmakumari Temple Om Shanti Bhavan , Gurusikhar (15 km from Mt abu)Brahma Vishnu Mahesh Temple.

Dilwara Jain Temple 4km from Mt. Abu hills Jain Tirthankar Adinath Ji , Neminath ji, Mahavir ji , Rishabdev ji, Parasnath ji These beautifully carved temples built between 11th and 13th century A.D. are sheer elegance in marble, dedicated to the jain Tirthankaras.

AMBAJI TIRTHA Gujrat and Abu Road Border 20 km from Abu Road Railway Station

Amabaji Temple is durga temple there is no idols of Goddess only light flame is lit all the time . Nearby Gabbar Hills is also known as Shakti Pith the Heart of Shakti Fell in this and in contradiction Maa Shakti Charan , Gabbar Hill at the Hill top one can Go by Rope way or by tracking approx 1000 stairs.

Sundha Mata Temple Jalore District of Rajasthan 68km from Mt. Abu and 20 km from Bhinmal


It is located 403 kilometres (250 mi) southwest of the state capital, Jaipur  and 250 kilometres (155 mi) northeast from Ahmedabad Udaipur was the historic capital of the former kingdom of Mewar  in Rajputana, Airport , Railway, Bus facility with major cities of India. All types of Hotels Facility Available .

Jagdish Templein this temple Gourieshwar Shiva, Ganesh, Durga, Lord Krishna, Jaganath Rupi Vishnu Near Fort at middle of the udaipur city , Bohara Ganesh ji near old Railway station Neemcha Mata Temple on a green hill in the Dewali area of Udaipur, Khanji Pir Dargah - Mahakaleshwar Temple - Sikh Gurudwara - St.Paul's Church


Srinathji Lord Krishna Temple at Nathduara is 48 km from North east of Udaipur Built in 17 th century The term 'Nathdwara' suggests the 'gate of the lord'. Shrinathji Temple is also known as 'Haveli of Shrinathji' and makes a prominent pilgrimage of the Hindus / Vaishnavas. One can easily reach Nathduara either by Taxi Or By Bus nearest Airport 5km from Udaipur and Railway connected to major cities from Udaipur . Hotels Facilities available here.


Eklingji temple is located at a distance of about 22 km from Udaipur. Dedicated to Lord Shiva a Paanch Mukhi Shiva linga ( Five Face Shiv linga)The lesser temples in the precincts are devoted to Parvati (Lord Shiva's consort), Ganesha, Kartikeya, the holy rivers Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati, the Amba and the Goddess Kalka . The main idol of Shiva here is depicted as having 5 heads. The head facing west represents Brahma the god of creation, the one facing north represents Vishnu, the south facing face depicts Maheshwar while the east turned one represents Surya or Sun. There is a silver and a stone Nandi idol in the temple premises.Karz Kund and the Tulsi Kund provide waters for the worship and prayers .  One can reach here by Taxi or Bus. Not much good Hotel Facility Available here Better to Stay at Udaipur or at Nathduara.


Ambika mata temple is located 50 km from Southeast of Udaipur. Today, the temple is preserved by the State Department of Archaeology and Museum, Rajasthan. The Temple is also Known as Khajuraho of Rajasthan.


Ajmer is located 135 km west from Jaipur , Railway Ajmer has Railway Junction well connecte with the Major Cities of India like New Delhi, Mumbai, Jaipur , ahmedabad , Chennia etc and Meter Gauge line To Uaipur. Well connecte wit Bus Services Hotels Facilities avavilableat both Ajmer opposite railway Station and Pushkar 23 km from Ajmer

Ajmer Sariff Dargah of Sufi saint Khwaja Muinidin Chisti Dargah 2km from Ajmer Railway Station

Meera Shah Dargah at Taragarh Hills Ajmer


Pushkar is23 km from Ajmer one can reach by City Bus or by Taxi to Pushkar ji

Brahma Temple : The most important temple in Pushkar is the Temple of Lord Brahma, one of the holy trinity of Hinduism. In fact it is the only Hindu shrine in the world where Lord Brahma is worshipped. The temple enshrines a life-size idol of Lord Brahma.

Savitri Temple : This temple that is located at the top of the Ratnagiri Hill is dedicated to Savitri, the wife of Lord Brahma. The temple houses a statue of Goddess Savitri.

Gayatri Shakti Pith

Pushkar Lake Pilgrims from Various Parts of India come to Take oly Bath in Pushkar Lake.

Rangnatan Temple of lord Vishnu


Rajrajeshwar Shiva Temple 130 km from Udaipur

Baneshwar Shiva Temple 40 km from Dungarhpur Gujrat Rajasthan Border at Triveni sangam


Mewar and Marwar Border 85 km from Udaipur , 50 km from Ranakpur

Kali Temple, Neelkanth Mahadev, Kumbha Swami


Ranakpur is a village located in Desuri  tehsil near Sadri  town in the Pali district  of Rajasthan  in western India . It is located between Jodhpur and Udaipur, in a valley on the western side of the Aravali Range . Ranakpur is easily accessed by road from Udaipur.

Ranakpur is widely known for its marble Jain temple of Adinath Bhagwan ,Neminath and Parasnath Bhagwan Jain Temple and for a much older Sun Temple and Amba Mata Temple

Shri Sonana Khetlaji of Shri Kheltaji located in the village Sonana of Desuri tehsil of Pali District  Template located in Sonana is an old temple from where Shri Sonana Khetlaji has moved village near by name Sarangwas.


Chittorgarh (Rajasthan) is connected by rail and road from Ajmer; Udaipur; Ratlam and Delhi. The nearest railway station of Chittorgarh is at a distance of 7 kms.  from the temple and 4 kilometers from the Dharmshala.  Chittorgarh Fort has received the credit of being the largest fort of India. The massive fort is located on a high hill near the Gambheri River in Chittorgarh. Chittorgarh Fort lies at a distance of 112 kms from the city of Udaipur in Rajasthan. This fort was built by various Maurya rulers in the 7th century. This huge fort covers an area of 700 acres, extending to 3 kms in length and 13 kms in peripheral length. Standing on an elevated hill of 180m, the impregnable fort has witnessed three battles. Famous Rani Padmavati Mahal. he fort was attacked three times and every time it got saved by the daring heroism of the Rajput warriors. In 1303, for the first time, this fort was attacked by Allaudin Khilji to fulfill his desire to make off with Rani Padmini. For the second time, the Fort was sacked by Sultan Bahadur Shah of Gujarat in 1535. In 1567, it was attacked for the last time by Mughal Emperor Akbar to conquer Maharana Udai Singh. Every time, a jauhar (mass suicide) was observed and the womenfolk of the Royalty never submitted themselves.

Temples of Chittorgarh Fort

Chitooreshwari Kali Temple,

SatbisDeori ( 27 shrine temple )Jain Temple in this temple here is also various Hindu God Goddess idols Posited .

Singarcauri Temple of 16 th  Jain Tirthankar Shanti Nath ji

, Samadishwar Shiva Temple near Goumukh Kund

Kumbha shyam Ji Temple Founded by Rana Kumbha.

Meera Bai Sri krishan Temple and Meera Bai was a wife Of Raja Bhoj Raj elder Son of Rana Sangha and student of Ravidas Ji


Keshoraipatan Temple of Lord Vishnu and Shiva Temple and Jain Temple 25 km from Bundi and 65 km from Kota, near Chambal river


160 km from Kota , 360 km from Delhi ,160 km from Jaipur there is two hills one name is Ran and Other name is Thambor thus in this name Ranthambor

RaghunathJi Temple

Ganesh Temple

Diganmbar Jain Temple

Neelkanth Mahadev Anantpur 5km from Ranthambore ,

Mahavir Jain Tirtha near Gambhir River


is 359 km from Jaipur, 400km from delhi in Hanumangarh district of Rajasthan .'Hanumangarh Junction' is a major railway station on Jodhpur-Bikaner-Kalka route; Sadulpur, Rewari, Jaipur, Sriganganagar, Anupgarh, (Canaloop). Both Meter gauge and Broad gauge lines pass through this station.

Goga Pir ; Gugaji also known as Guga is a folk deity of Rajasthan state in India. He is an eminent warrior-hero of the region. Hindus and Muslims alike honor him. He is also venerated as a saint and even as 'snake-god'. He is known as Guga among the Hindus and Jaher Peer among the Muslims. The Kaimkhani Muslims claim descent from him and regard him as a peer (saint). Gugaji is popular as a snake-god and almost every village in Rajasthan has a than (sacred place) dedicated to him. It is believed that Gugaji went into samādhi at Gugamedi

Mata Bhadrakali situated at bank of river Ghaggar near village Amarpura Thedi of Tehsil Hanumangarh, 7 kms from district headquarter. Though pilgrims visit the temple through out the year but during the Mela days on Chaitr Sudi 8 and 9, thousands of pilgrims from Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan visit the temple to worship MAA BHADRAKALI.

Hanuman Temple : A new Hanuman temple has been made in this place which is very huge and the statue is very attractive


Ganganagar district lies on the northernmost tip of the Indian state of Rajasthan to the east of Hanumangarh District. At its western tip lies the Indo-Pak international border on the Thar Desert Ganganagar is 54 km from Hanumangarh and approx 450 km from Delhi  and is connected to the rest of Rajasthan through a good and thorough network of roads. The road condition here is also very good with the Border Roads Organization (BRO) taking care of it.

The two main temples and the two main tourist attractions on Tours To Ganganagar In India in the area are the Gauri Shankar Mandir and the Shri Ram Mandir. The Gauri Shankar Mandir is dedicated to Lord Shiva,

Laila Majnu Mazar at India Pakistan Border approx 25 km from Ganganagar, Every Year Festival Take place at Mazar





















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