Spiritual of Rajasthan

Rajasthan is a land of Dharma, where spirituality is the lifeblood of the nation, portraying a holy pattern that is truly remarkable. Temple bells bathe the still silence of the sunrise, a shred of melody that resonate the fresh air before being swallowed up in great emptiness. The 'aazan' that embraces the towers of the mosques, before finding it's way to the perspective, creates a delighted, magical beauty, that gives definition to a life full of insensitive realities. From birth to death, every breath has a spiritual right in the blessed land of secular India. Spirituality marches out from the heart and finds its way in every pockets of the country, in every corner of the streets that connects the great nation, letting faiths blend with one another to create a new vocabulary for those who believe in gods, and also for those who don't. In the land of bliss - devotion, rites, rituals, sacrifice and superstition - all join together to create a positive radiance, a life that is full of celebration of their energies and beliefs. Every home in Rajasthan has its deities, every village has its shrines and every faith has its gods - whether Hindu, Islamic, or Jain, in the nature of gurus, or as the universe itself. Yet, between them, there has always been a sense of agreement. The holy sites besides being a seat for pious energy are also being used as a meeting place of the people, not only at the time of religious celebrations, but even otherwise.

The major spiritual destinations that one can enjoy having a tour package of Rajasthan to feel the eternal delight are.

Dargah Sharif, Ajmer

Ajmer's closest association is with the Dargah Sharif, the famous shrine of the well-known Sufi saint Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti, whose disciples included the Mughal emperors and who would claim pilgrims of all creeds from every part of the globe. The unbiased ambiance of the Dargah, which calls devotees from every caste, creed and sect, actually rejuvenates one's spirit and fills one's heart with eternal euphoria during the 6-day Urs festival.

Dilwara Temple, Mount Abu

For many tourists, Dilwara Temples is enough reason to visit Mount Abu. The stunning architecture of exquisite Dilwara Jain temples, dating back to 11th - 13th centuries, makes the city a popular pilgrimage-cum-tourist destination.

Brahma Temple, Pushkar

Pushkar is the most famous pilgrim sites in the country. This sacred city is home to the Brahma Temple, the one of its kind in the world. The city, that rocks with the rhythmic beats of spirituality, the city that puts color to every emotion.

Jain Temple, Ranakpur

One of the most famous religious places in Rajasthan is the Ranakpur Jain temple. The most notable fact of the Jain temple is that it houses 1444 columns and no two are alike in carvings and design. The dating of this temple is controversial but it is largely considered to be anywhere between the late 14th to mid-15th centuries.

Karnimata Temple, Deshnoke

About 600-year-old temple, Karnimata Temple is dedicated to Karni Mata. The temple is famous for its rats, which are treated as sacred and given protection in the temple; in fact seeing the rats in the temple is believed to be auspicious.

Eklingji Temple, Udaipur

Built in the 15th century by Acharya Viswaroopa, Eklingji Temple is devoted to Lord Shiva. This sacred holy place now a favored pilgrimage destination in India with its awe-inspiring beautiful temple division is dotted with 108 shrines, associated with the number of beads in the rudraksh necklace used for meditation in Hinduism

Govind Devji Temple, Jaipur

The temple is situated in the City Palace complex and is dedicated to Lord Krishna. The image of Govind Deo ji was brought by Raja Sawai Jai Singh from Vrindavan. Visiting the temple during the Janmashtami is a great experience as the particular festival is a grand affair in this temple.

Jagat Shiromani Temple at Jaipur

The beautifully carved Jagat Shiromani Temple houses the idol of Lord Krishna and is popularly associated with the celebrated saint-poetess Mira Bai.

Rani Sati Temple Jhunjhunu

Shri Ranisati Mandir in Jhunjhunu has a history of more than 400 years and is a commanding testimony to feminine bravery and motherhood with rich tales of history that captivate the fancy of all tourists. It is one of the earliest pilgrimages in the country. This imposing historic masterpiece is unparalleled in its appeal and is a delight to all eyes.

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