Tilak Nagar, Jaipur, RJ 302004 Directions
'Birla Mandir' has spread throughout the country, one of the most prominent in Jaipur. The temple was built in 1988 by the Birla family and is dedicated to Lord Ganesha and Goddess Laxmi. It is made entirely of white marble of the best quality and has three domes reflecting India's three different religions. Visit Birla Mandir is during the festival of Krishna Janmashtami which is celebrated with utmost grandeur here. The architectural beauty, the depiction of Hindu scriptures on stained glass windows, Bhagavad Gita scenes and quotes on temple walls attract many visitors. It's like beautiful interiors adorned with incredible mythological paintings by different Hindu deities.
Lush Green Gardens, Festival Celebration, Poojas, Philosophers, Marble, Buddha, Aarti, Stained Glass Windows, Religious Site, Tourist Attraction, Mythological Events & Architectural Style Structure
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MOTI DUNGRI GANESH TEMPLE
Moti Doongri Road, Tilak Nagar, Jaipur, RJ 302006 Directions
Moti Dungri Ganesh Temple is renowned for its divine power. The visitors and tourists swarm it all year round. The temple is the attraction hub for such festivals as Ganesh Chaturthi, Krishna Janamasthami, Annakut and Paush Bada. Hundreds of devotees take part in festival preparations and pay their respects to Lord Ganesha. Lord Ganesha's idol being the prime reason for fascination is the tourists ' centre of attraction. 7 Darshans are organized in a day, and there are different prayers (bhajans) for each adorned deity presence. It gives its guests and the devotees a magnificent view and has lots of beautiful Lord Ganesha paintings and sculptures.
Mangla, Sandhya, Krishna Janmashtami, Gwal, Poojas, Rajbhog, Annakut and Paush Bada, Worship, Dhoop, Shringar, Architecture Structure, Religious Site, Statue, Festival Celebrations, Beautiful Ganesh Idol, Historical Place, Prasadam & Chaturthi
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GOVIND DEV JI TEMPLE
Jalebi Chowk, Jai Niwas Garden, Jaipur, RJ 302002 Directions
'Govind Dev Ji Temple' is one of the several alternative methods of Lord Shiva. The temple was established by Maharaja Pratap Sawai Singh II, in the year 1735. The temple is one of the most important holy places to visit and is situated in the City Palace between Chandra Mahal and Badal Mahal, where Aarti and Prasad are provided at seven different times each day. The building of the temple is planned with great details and has beautiful carvings which are totally unmatched in terms of beauty. It provides daily visits to the temple by thousands of devotees and an even more significant number of visitors during Janmashtami.
Religious Organization, Spiritual, Daily Scheduled Poojas, Sacred Place, Heritage Site, Worship & Festival Celebration