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Famous Rajashtan Temples
There is something about Rajasthan, one of the most visited tourist destinations in India, that keeps pulling tourists back to it. The entire state appears like one magical vessel, which throws surprises at you from every corner. Alleys and bylanes give way to massive courtyards and before you know it, out pops a haveli from the middle of nowhere! Apart from forts, palaces and havelis, there are several temples which dot the state. Most of these were built during the reigns of kings, and have a historical importance attached to them. In some temples, tourists are amazed with the performance of a certain ritual, while the architecture of others tends to have a lasting impact on their minds. In this blog, we tell you the 20 must visit temples in Rajasthan that you shouldn’t miss out on during your trip.p>
1. Salasar Balaji Temple, Churu
No pilgrimage tour to Rajasthan is complete without visiting the Salasar Balaji Temple in Churu. The temple is dedicated to Lord Hanuman and is visited by a large number of devotees all year round. Their numbers increase especially during the occasions of Chaita Purnima and Ashvin Purnima. This special attachment of the devotees for the temple is due to the fact that it is considered as swayambhu (self-created) and shakti sthal (a pilgrimage site blessed with ultimate power).
2. Osiya Mata
osiya mataji temple kuldevi of oswal jain gothra this temple is located in a place called osiyan 65 km from jodhpure we visit the temple every year two times here the mother goddess sachiya also called sachchiyay mata this is heritage old temple wonderful ancient architecture ,families were bringing young baby boys to get their first hair cut and a blessings
3. Khatu Shyam ji
Khatu Shyam ji is a Famous God of current time (Kaliyuga). Many years ago Lord Krishna gave him the boon to be worshiped at current time when Veer Barbareek sacrificed his head in the way of religion.Lord Krishna delighted with Barbareek's great sacrifice (Sheesh Daan), granted him the boon that when Kaliyug (Present times evil times) come downs, he would be worshiped by the name of Shyam in his form. he is also called Sheesh Ke Daani (Donor of head) in his Devotees. He fulfills all wishes of his pilgrims whose have true heart . Shyam baba is also known Haare ka Sahara (Helper of Losers) This khatushyam.in website is based on ScandPuran written by Maharshi VedVyas. In this epic Mother and fater is mentioned as Maa Morvi and Ghatochkach . Pandav Bheem is considered Grand Father of Veer Barbreeka.
4. Mehandipur Balaji Temple
Mehandipur Balaji Temple is a Hindu temple located in the Dausa district in the state of Rajasthan. The temple is located on the Jaipur-Agra highway at a distance of 103 kilometers from Jaipur. The temple is dedicated to lord hanuman, who is also known as Balaji. Mehandipur Balaji is an extraordinary pilgrimage site as it is believed that the shrine is bestowed with miraculous powers that can heal a person possessed by evil spirits.
5. Ramdevra Temple
12 kilometers from Pokhran on Jodhpur – Jaisalmer road, Ramdevra Temple is sacred to the folk deity of Rajasthan, Baba Ramdevji. The temple marks the eternal resting place of Baba Ramdevji, a saint of the 14th century who Hindus regard as the incarnation of Lord Krishna, while Muslims venerate him as Ramshah Pir. Between August and September, people from all walks of life visit the temple to attend Ramdevra Fair.
6. Nathdwara Temple
Nestled amidst the Aravalli Hills, the charming town of Nathdwara is literally translates to "The Gateway of the Lord'. It is situated in the heart of Rajasthan, on the banks of river Banas and is a pristine picturesque location. It is also a sacred Hindu site and is flocked by thousands of tourists every year. Nathdwara is also famous for "Pichwai Paintings" which are traditional Rajasthani style paintings and terracotta work. It is considered the hub of traditional handicrafts, arts and artefacts. This town also owes its name to this famous temple given the fact that Nathdwara literally translates to 'Gateway to Shrinathji'. This place is also considered to be a foodie's paradise with a lot of options available for the tourists. All in all, Nathdwara is a wealthy town in terms of its architecture and religious significance.
7. Karni Mata
Karni Mata temple or the “temple of rats” is a very famous temple situated at Deshnoke which is 30 km away from Bikaner in Rajasthan, India. The temple is famous all over India for having 20,000 black rats that lives in the temple and are revered. These rats are considered holy and are called as “kabbas”. Many people visit this temple from far off places just to pay their respect to these rats and get their desires as reality. The temple witnesses a huge number of visitors and curious tourists from all over India just owning to the presence of these “rats”.