Rajasthan Temple Tour Package

Rajasthan Temple tour should be for 27 Nights/28 Days.

Suggested place to Visit are Rajsathan Temple tour can be start from Delhi or Mumbai as you can travel by air, rail or road.

The sightseeing tour of the city Delhi includes Red Fort, Qutab Minar Complex, Raj Ghat, Humayun Tomb and National Museum.
In the evening we will visit Jama Maszid, Birla Mandir, ISKCON Temple, Bahai temple which is also know as Lotus temple. The above places are just in addition to the cultural tour of Rajasthan. We believe the above places will add value to your itinerary.
In Sariska you can take jungle ride to explore the flora and fauna of Sariska Tiger Reserve.

In Jaipur you can visit Neelkantha, an extraordinary temple town that prospered for more than 10 centuries, where the Hindu, Buddhist and Jain religions are represented. This series of exquisitely carved temples chiseled by great craftsmen, who remained anonymous in the best Indian tradition, are said to predate the Khajuraho temples. The historical temples of Bhangarh, particularly Gopinath temple, which is famous for abandoned beautiful yellow stone carved temple on a 14 ft high platform with intricate sculptural work. The Birla temple and the Ganesh temple are few other modern attraction of new city.

Jaipur (Old)
The old city Jaipur covers the patron deity of Sri Govind Devji along with Tarekeshwarji. Afterwards set out for full day sight seeing of Jaipur. First we visit Amber fort, Shila Mata temple and Kali temple at Amber, Jantar Mantar, City Palace and Hawa Mahal.

Nawalgarh is famous for its temple Khatu Shayam Ji, which is dedicated to lord Krishna. Further you can visit 1000 years old Jeenmata Temple, 10th century Harsnath Temple and Sakambri Temple. After wards explore some frescos and painting in Havelies of Nawalgarh and near by town.

Bikaner en route the visit of Hanuman Temple at Salasar and Venkatesh Devasthan at Sujangarh. The temple of Sujangarh is a replica of the Temple in Tirupati, complete with its gopurams and sculpted façade. Before reaching at Bikaner you can also visit Karni Mata Temple at Deshnok, which is also know as temple of rates. You will be surprised to see hundreds of rats in the courtyard. In Bikaner you can visit Lalgarh Palace, Jungarh Fort, Har Mandir Shiva Temple, which is located inside the fort, Raj Ratan Bihari Temple, Rasik Shiromani Temple, Bhand Sagar Jain temple which is dedicated to Adinath and Parasvanath and you can also visit the camel breeding farm at Bikaner.

While transferring from Bikaner to Jaisalmer you a make short halt at Kolayat for it’s beautiful paintings and a bronze Nandi facing the Shiva Lingam. Further you can find Ramdeora. Ramdeora symbolizes national unity and communal harmony since devotees of all religions come here. Jaisalmer is the city to get lost in the unending maze of the amazing fort, which seems to be lifted straight out of Arabian nights. Inside the fort also visit the temples Shiva and Ganesha. You can also visit the most intricately carved Havelis, Jarokha’s, Gadsisar tank, Amar Sagar and Lodurva along with few popular temples.

While travelling from Jaisalmer to Jodhpur you can visit the ruins of the Kiradu temples, in the deep interior of the forbidding desert in Rajasthan, mere shells of the former glorious structures. Further at Nakora you can visit thefamous temple of Nakoraji. The natural scene of this lonely place among the hills in the forest is very beautiful, peaceful and fascinating.

In Jodhpur you can see one of the most majestic forts of Rajasthan - the Mehrangarh fort, Chamunda temples located in the Meherangarh Fort. In the Suncity Jodhpur, we cover a few glimpses of the Umaid Bhawan palace, Mahamandir Shiva temple, Clock Tower & the life style in the busy old bazaars.
Excursion to Osiyan - An ancient trading town, to visit its beautiful Hindu & Jain temples dating back from 8th to 12th century.

In between Jodhpur and Mount Abu on the en route you can visit the post-13th century temples, the 'Chaumukha' (four - faced) Jain Temple alongwith two other temples at Ranakpur. This huge marble Jain temple is set in sylvan surroundings and has 29 halls & 1444 pillars, no two alike. Dilwara temple is the few other attractions of the place.

Mount Abu
You can visit the various temples of region around.
Mainly the Achaleshwar Mahadeo Temple at Achalgarh for Shiva temple featuring an image of the toe of Shiva and a brass Nandi, the Adhar Devi Temple, which is Durga temple in rock cleft, Gaumukh temple at Gaumukh associated with the mythological sage of Vasishta.

In Udaipur you can visit Dwarakadish temple at Kankroli, Shree Nath Ji Temple at Nathdwara, temples at Eklingi and Nagda. Eklingi consists of complex of 108 temples and main temple is tallest of them all with black stone idol representing of the linga with four faces. Adbudji Jain Temple at Nagda is famous for interesting architectural features, a black marble statue of Shanti Nath dating back to the 15th century.

includes the City Palace, Saheliyon Ki Bari and Jagdish temple. After wards visit Ambika Mata Temple at Jagat which is 10th century temple dedicated to Ambika and Rishabdeo temple at Dhulev which is 60 Km far. There are number of old temples in and around Dungarpur. Particularly, the temple of Dev Somnath which is located on the banks of the River Som and it is an excellent specimen of Indian temple architecture.

In Chitorgarh you can visit Chittorgarh fort with few temples in side the fort like: Kalika Mata Temple which is 8th century Sun Temple converted to Kali temple, Kumbha Shyam Temple, Meera temple, Neelkanth Mahadev Temple, Sammidheshwar temple and Shiva temple.

In Bundi you can find the temples of Bijolia and Menal en route. At Bijolia there is complex of ancient temples one numbering 100 now just 3.

Jhalawar district (Kota)
In Kota the temple of Keshorai Patan is stands beautifully on the plains against the backdrop of clear blue sky, amid a sylvan setting with the river Chambal flowing silently nearby.

It is so perfect in its design and construction that the temple remains safe even during the monsoons, when the Chambal is in spate. After reaching at Kota you can take local sight seeing and than explore the Baroli Temples.

The temple complex of Badoli is one of the oldest and most spectacular, dating back to 9th century AD, in Rajasthan. The craftsmanship seen here is stunning

Jhakawar (Kota)
Surya temple and Shantinath Temple at Jhalra Patan and Chandrabhaga Temple at Jhalawar.The 11th century Shantinath Temple is known for its fine murals and sculptural richness. And the 10the century Sun Temple is the pride of the Jhalarpatan. The idol of Surya and the splendid sculptures on the massive temple are very impressive.

In Pushkar you can find one & only Brhama Temple in the world.

The Ranthambore is famous for its temple of Diggi Malpura en route and reach Ranthambhore. Afterwards set out to visit Ganesh temple. In the morning you can get in the jungle to shoot the majestic tiger in camera. After lunch again go for tiger sighting as once is not enough in Ranthambhore.

Visit the temple of Mahendipur Balaji on the way of Bharatpur, which is famous for treatment of supernatural power. Inside the Keoladeo Ghana National Park you can watch the amazing bird life in this world heritage site.