The stunning architecture and intricate carvings that adorn various temples of Rajasthan prove the prowess as well as the finesse that masons and craftsmen of this region possessed. These temples are a significant part of Rajasthan’s glorious culture and rich traditional heritage. A visit to these magnificent temples shall greatly enrich a visitor’s trip, for these temples are not just of religious significance, but in fact, are wondrous centers of spirituality, which is deeply rooted in the hearts of the people of this region. The Dilwara Jain Temple placed in Mount Abu is one such site and is believed to be one of the finest constructed Jain temples in India. The entire temple is made of marble and its roof and walls are covered with such intricate carvings that are unbelievable and impossible to replicate. It is a major pilgrimage site of Jain community from around the world.

The only temple where Lord Brahma is worshipped is located in the Pushkar; this temple is one of the most important sacred sites for the Hindus. Pilgrims, in large numbers, flock to this temple throughout the year. It is believed that this shrine was constructed in the 14th century and is placed on a lofty platform with numerous stepped marble staircases leading to its inner sanctum. Birla Lakshmi Narayan Temple, located in Jaipur, is quite a recent construction, which was commissioned by the illustrious industrialist Birla family. White marble is the main construction material used in this structure, with its walls being elaborately engraved with extracts from various religious and mythological texts.

Karni Mata Temple is a must visit site for most national and international tourists who visit Rajasthan. What makes this temple so unique and popular among the tourists is not its architecture but presence of a huge population of brown rats that are the permanent residents of this shrine. This temple is dedicated to a mystic who is believed to be the reincarnation of goddess Durga, who lived in the 15th century. The temple is located approximately 30 km away from the city of Bikaner. Eklingji Temple is sited at Udaipur and the principal deity of the temple is Lord Shiva. The shrine is well known for its 108 temple complexes. The main idol of Lord Shiva is built of black marble and is depicted with four faces looking in all four directions. All these shrines are closely linked with the faith and customs of the people of Rajasthan.

Birla Temple
The Birla Temple is located in the capital city of Jaipur. It is a very famous temple and was recently built by the famous Birla family. It is basically dedicated to Goddess Saraswati. The temple is open on all days and presents a magnificent sight when illuminated at night.

Brahma Temple
Located in Pushkar, the Brahma Temple is one of the most important temples and pilgrim places of the Hindus. This is the only temple in the whole world where Lord Brahma is worshipped. This is the only temple, which is visited by pilgrims throughout the year.

Dilwara Jain Temple
Considered as one of the finest Jain temples in India, the Dilwara Jain temples located in Mount Abu are living examples of brilliant architecture. The temples have been built entirely in marble and the way the marbles have been carved amazes anyone who visits these beautiful temples.

Karni Mata Temple
Situated at a distance of around 30 kilometers from Bikaner, the Karni Mata temple is dedicated to a mystic belonging to the 15th Century. It is said that this mystic was an incarnation of Goddess Durga. The temple is famous for its huge population of brown rats who roam around fearlessly. These rats are much revered by devotees coming to this temple.

Karni mata temple, Rajasthan
Eklingji Temple
Situated in Udaipur, the Eklingji temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple is famous for its 108 temple complexes. The idol of Lord Shiva is made of black marble and is shown to have four faces.