The Land of Maharaja- Rajasthan is a destination with a royal heritage which lies in its forts, beautifully carved Temples, Camel safari at the Thar Desert, and so on. Rajasthan is a splendor landscape which is a visual delight for tourists to experience fairs, festivals, holy places, forts, mansions, palaces, culture, and traditions. Somehow Rajasthan is also a pilgrimage spot which attracts ample of tourists who explore the temples which are included in Rajasthan Tour. The tour includes the sightseeing of Delhi Agra Jaipur. The tour can be extended by exploring the excursions from Golden Triangle Tour.
Here are some of the most popular pilgrimage spots of Rajasthan.
Pushkar (Brahma Temple)
Pushkar is one of the most popular towns of Rajasthan which is known for its spiritualism. Pushkar is a home of Bramha Temple which consists of 52 Ghats where devotees bathe. Bramha Temple is purely dedicated to Lord Bramha the “creator of God”. This temple holds ample of tourists and Hindu devotees who explore Golden Triangle Tour with Pushkar.
Ajmer (Dargah Shariff)
The city lies on Ana Sagar Lake which is the most important pilgrimage of Muslims. Ajmer is beautifully surrounded by mountains of Aravali. Ajmer is popular for a Muslim pilgrimage spot ‘Dargah Shariff’. Dargah is worshipped by both Hindus and Muslims. Dargah Shariff is a tomb of a Sufi Saint, Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti who had arrived Ajmer from Persia since 1192.
Deshnok (Karni Mata Temple)
A small town Deshnok in Rajasthan located 130 kilometers away from Udaipur. Deshnok is popular for its famous Pilgrimage site Karni Mata Temple which is dedicated to “Karni Mata” a personification of Goddess Durga. The most amusing thing related to this temple is it is a home of endless Brown Rats which wanders all over the temple. It is believed that seeing Rat is very fortunate.
Udaipur (Eklingjee Temple)
Udaipur is popularly known as “The City of Lakes” and “Venice of the East”. The famous Eklingjee temple is situated on the banks of Indersagar lake which is 22 kilometers far from Udaipur. The temple contains 108 temples and is purely dedicated to Lord Shiva and can be worshipped with Golden Triangle Tour with Udaipur. With a 50 ft high statue with four faces which portrays four different appearances.
Mt. Abu (Dilwara Temple)
The only hill station in Rajasthan Mt. Abu is known for various facts and stunning Jain Dilwara Temple is amongst the one. The magnificent architecture of Dilwara temple is counted as one of the finest temples of India. The architecture of the temple is intricated with carvings which purely shows the luminous work of the ancient artists.
Jaipur (Govind Devji Temple)
Jaipur is popularly known as a Pink City which is famous for its magnifying architecture of Forts and Places. The temple is a part of City Palace and is purely dedicated to Lord Krishna. The Temple attracts devotees along with tourists who explore Golden Triangle Tour Packages. The temple was well conserved by the earlier royal families.
Rajasthan is not only a pilgrimage Centres but also a renowned destination of ancient architecture. There are ample of Major tourists attractions in Rajasthan which are enlisted in UNESCO’ World Heritage Site such as Amer Fort, Chittor Fort, Kumbhalgarh Fort, Ranthambore Fort, Mehrangarh Fort, Gagron Fort, Jaisalmer Fort, and Jantar Mantar. These stunning architecture can be explored with the extensions of Golden Triangle Tour Packages. Rajasthan is also blessed with the astonishing beauty of Baoris (step wells), Lake Palace, Hawa Mahal, City Palace and so on. The incredible Rajasthan is a perfect destination to experience the Rajputana royal heritage and its cultures.