Rajasthan state is eminent for its tradition, heritage culture, royalty, richness and uniqueness in all aspects of devotional life. Rajasthan is one of the places that hold a great relevance in acclaimed world-wide for their intricate and superb architectural style which attracts the globalised tourist towards to its beauty. All, the temple are a masterpiece of architecture and boasts of additional shrines of Rajasthan travel beauty. These splendors of Rajasthan have a tale to its bygone past. These architectural beauties are a masterpiece situated in the Incredible Rajasthan.
Following are the five major Pilgrimages of Rajasthan-
Eklingji is located at a distance of around 22 km from Udaipur. This small pilgrimage town is set in a deep ravine that contains Eklingji Lake. The white – marble temple of Eklinga has a two-storey mandapa to Lord Shiva.
A beautiful town, Eklingji attracts thousands of devotees and visitors throughout the year.
Dilwara Jain Temple-
Dilwara Jain temples, Mount Abu are sacred pilgrimage place of the Jains. There are five Dilwara Jain temples in Rajasthan, all a fine example of exquisite temple architecture. In each and every temple, marble has been used in an amazing way. The temples are a mix of simplicity as well as exquisiteness.
Mehandipur Balaji Temple
Mehandipur Balaji Temple in Rajasthan is located in Dausa of North India. The temple is dedicated to Lord Hanuman, worshipped by Hindus.
The legends says that the deity in this temple has divine power to cure a person possessed with evil spirit. One can also say that Shri Bala Ji Maharaj saves his devotees from unfavorable graha dashas, that is the planetary configurations.
The Birla Temple stands at the foot of the Moti Doongri (a fortress which was turned into a palace for Gayatri Devi by Raja man Singh II) and the temple’s excellent architecture and splendid marble carvings make it a pleasure to visit.
Pushkar is a flourishing temple town full of religious myths and faiths, the biggest attraction being the temple of Lord Brahma-Lord of Creation; this is the only existing temple dedicated to Lord Brahma in India.