Ajmer Sharief Dargah

Ajmer-e-Sharief Dargaha must respected and sacred pilgrimage for Muslims and followers of other religions, the Dargah of Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti, is a must on your tour to Ajmer. It is indeed a jewel in the crown of Ajmer. Since the times when the saint landed in India from Persia in 1192, had being a ‘living spirit’ of peace and harmony and so enjoys global reverence and devotion.

The dargah lies to the extreme north of Taragarh hills. The time of Mughal reign gave significance to the dargah when many rulers added to to the building here. Humayun completed the construction of the shrine and a Nizam of Hyderabad added a gate to it.

Dilwara Jain Temple

There are a number of tourist places in the state of Rajasthan. Though this desert state of India experiences a high tourist fall through out the year but it decreases comparatively during the summer. The sweltering heat in this region often proves unbearable for the tourists. However, there is one place in Rajasthan that provides a respite from this scorching heat. Mount Abu in Rajasthan is the perfect place to avoid the scorching heat. The place not only offers a pleasant weather but also offers a variety of tourist attractions. Among the various Rajasthan Tourist Attractions, the temples in Mount Abu bear a special significance. The beautiful architecture of the temples along with a great religious significance make these temples a sought after attraction, both for tourists as well as devotees. The Dilwara temple in Mount Abu is a perfect example of unique creation and is one of the most important Jain temples. The temple is also a beautiful structure that epitomizes Indian architecture.

The Dilwara temple in Mount Abu dates back to 13th century. It was built in a period between 11th and 13th century. The temple is two and a half kilometers away from Mount Abu and is an architectural brilliance. The beautiful marble works at the temple are a treat to the eye.

Birla Temple

The temples in Jaipur have managed to feature in the priority list of tourists visiting Jaipur, Rajasthan. Boasting a high spiritual significance along with fantastic architectural design, the temples are a great experience for the tourists. Having a multi dimensional dimension attraction for tourists of different types, these temples have truly played a vital role in elevating the status of the Rajasthan tourism. Though there are many temples in Rajasthan yet the Birla temple is one of the best among them. Built with a touch of exquisite architecture, the Birla Temple Jaipur attracts hundreds of tourists.

Galtaji Temple

Located on the outskirts of Jaipur, there are a number of notion related to Galtaji temple. It is believed that area surrounding Galtaji temple used to suffer from scarcity of water at one point of time. As a result, a sage named Galva meditated for a period of 100 years in order to appease the God. Pleased with the effort, it is believed that God blessed the region with a stream of water which solved the problem of dearth of water. To offer their tribute to the sage, the people constructed a temple known as the “Galtaji temple”.

Once you visit the temple, you will realize the presence of a spiritual aura around the temple. As a huge number of devotees visit the temple throughout the year, they take part in the chanting of the religious hymns, people paying curtsy to God and that imparts such an ambiance to the place surrounding the temple. The particular aura of the temple added with the mystic beauty of the place makes it a great experience for the visitors.

Deshnok Temple

Deshnok temple is also known as Deshnok Karni Mata temple. The temple is dedicated to Karni Mata, which is an incarnation of the Goddess Durga who took birth in the 14th century. The goddess is believed to have miraculous power. The village in which the temple is located is also known as Deshnok, which means ten corners. The village is located 30 kilometers from Bikaner along the Jodhopur Road. The temple possesses a high a spiritual significance. There are a number of beliefs associated with the temple. On visiting the temple, you will come across a large number of brown rats in the temple complex.

It is believed that these rats carry the soul of dead charans. Such beliefs attract a large number of devotees from different corners of the world. They come to the temple and offer sweets, grains, milk to the goddess during the aarti. Moreover, you can consider yourself really lucky if you get to see a white mouse as it is considered auspicious. The rats are such an integral part of the temple that wire grills had been constructed to protect then from birds of prey. A visit to the temple will surely be a unique experience as it will provide a close look of the various traditions and customs of the region.

Moti Doongri Temple

There are several features of the temple that makes it a perfect example of modern Indian architecture. Features like three domes which represent the three major religions of India are great also impart the temple with a secular touch. A keen study of the architecture also reveals that the architecture of the temple has blend of Indian, western and Islamic features. This perfect blend makes it one of the best tourist spot in Rajasthan. The temple looks best during the evening as it is a mesmerizing sight to see the temple bathed in white light.

There are several attractions in the Moti Doongri temple. The temple complex that boasts a Ganesh temple is a great attraction for devotees as thousand of devotees visit the temple to witness the Ganesha temple. Coming to Jaipur and not visiting the particular temple will make your Jaipur trip incomplete. The sheer beauty of the temple added with a picturesque location makes it a wonderful experience for the tourists.

Govind Devji Temple

The visit to the Govind Devji Temple is truly a wonderful experience. The temple is built on a raised platform. There is a flight of stairs on its four sides that lead to the hall. The hall is an important place of the temple. During various occasions, the hall is used for folk performances.

Govind Devji Temple is one of the most attractive temples of Rajasthan. Jamshmatami is celebrated in the temple with a lot of enthusiasm. It is celebrated during the month of August. The celebration demands a lot of rituals. For instance, the offering and the puja is performed during the evening. During this time, a large number of villagers gather at the temple. However, you as tourist will also get to experience a number of attractions. The puja is followed by a number of folk performances. These folk performances involve reading out from scriptures. These arts are best performed by the Kalbelia caste. They are famous for their style of storytelling and folk art skills.