The Best Temples in Jodhpur

Handpicked Top 3 Temples in Jodhpur, . Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Krishi Upaj Mandi, Mandore Road, Jodhpur, RJ 342001

Religious Activities, Special Events, Prayers, Special Pujas, Festival Celebrations, Activities, Festival & Functions

This is World Class Age Old Natural Shrine - There is an Amrit Kunda, Near Which, There is a Tree, Which is in the Same Shape from Many Years

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Jai Santoshi Maa.... Great Salute to Late Shri.Uddaram Ji Uncle,You are not with us but your beautiful dream temple gift given to Jodhpur public is memorial, now this temple is world famous.... Best wishes to all those giving service to here...Welcome all Visitors,Tourist,VIP from our country & abroad..... Good Luck.... Warm Regards...
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Sodagaran Mohalla, Jodhpur, RJ 342001

Since 1531

Public Pray, Evening Prayers, Religious Activities, Special Events, Special Pujas, Festival Celebrations, Activities, Prayers, Festival & Functions

There are Rhythmic Hymns and Chants, Decoration of Idols, Devotion of Hundreds of Followers - There is a Large Water Reservoir Called Bawari in the Temple, Which Was Made Near the Shivlinga that is Known as Ganga Bawari

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This temple is special. He is not only an attraction for Schulausfluegner but also for believers and religious enthusiasts. He is tall, clear, well designed and in its interior are religious images with life-size figures to see. Situated at various locations. Definitely worth seeing.
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Rawaton Ka Bass, Jodhpur, RJ 342001

Prayers, Special Events, Puja, Religious Activities, Historical Place, Worship, Functions & Festival Celebration

It is Another Example of Architectural Splendor in Jodhpur - This Temple Features Unique Architecture & Intricate Carvings - Arts of Mahabharata are Painted on Wall

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Kunj Bihari temple was built in early 18th century dedicated to lord Krishna. It was built by Gulab Rai in the memory of her son Sher Singh. Very beautifully built very big in size and interior walls painted nice murals depicting the stories of different God and goddess.
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