Udaipur is known as the city of lakes, palaces, and regal splendor; but it has much more to offer. Most of us are unaware that Udaipur is also famous for its temples. The beautiful temples that adorn its landscape are counted amongst the popular Top Tourist attractions in Udaipur. The vibrant and marvelous historical background of the Mewar region reveals that many of these temples were built by the emperors of the Mewar dynasty.
Shree Jagdish Temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. This three-story temple was built by Maharana Jagat Singh in 1651. This temple can be titled as one of the most worshiped temples in Udaipur as it is situated in the heart of the city. Car rental service in Udaipur provides you easy traveling in Udaipur.
Mahakaleshwar Temple is one of the renowned temples in Udaipur. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva (Mahakaal) and is believed to be more than 900 years old. The main shrine of this beautifully carved temple has Shivlinga in black stone.
The Eklinji Temple premises bear 108 temples in total. It was constructed in 734 AD by Bappa Rawal. The highlight of this grand and magnificent temple is the 50-feet-high Shikhar.
It is said that this vintage temple is 350 years old; an idol of Lord Ganesha is worshiped on the premises. According to folklorists, around 70-80 years ago, devotees would seek monetary help from Lord Ganesha by writing their requirements on a piece of paper and miraculously, their money problems were resolved. This is actually the reason why Lord Ganesh is called Bohra Ganesh. You can get a luxury car rental service in Udaipur for comfort.
Karni Mata temple is situated on top of a hill, one has to climb numerous stairs in order to enter the temple premises, but there is a simpler option available to worship the goddess Karni Mata called ‘Rope-Way’, in minutes you can reach on top with no physical exertion.
Saas Bahu Temple is an ancient shrine built in the 10th century by King Mahipala of the Kachchhwaha Dynasty. This shrine is dedicated to Lord Vishnu – the one with multiple hands; hence the original name of the temple is Sahastra-Bahu (with the same meaning-multiple hands).
Neemach Mata Temple, popularly known as the Vaishno Devi of Udaipur. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Ambaji (Neemach Mata), who is considered to be the clan deity of the Maharanas.
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