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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Opposite the Chand Baori, Abhaneri, India
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A temple that was desecrated by invaders long ago and abandoned. Rediscovered and now a tourist attraction with many intricate hand carved stones.

Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Abhaneri  is located on the NH-11 or Jaipur-Agra highway situated at the distance of 95km from Jaipur. Abhaneri was originally named Abha Nagri, which means "city of brightness," but over the centuries the name changed  because of the way it was pronounced. Adjoining the famous...More

Thank Swati S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Adjacent to Chand Baori- the old statue was stolen and it has new statue.Plenty of carved stone pieces lying there which have been removed from temple site.

Thank gopalgoel
Reviewed June 7, 2018

Amazing Temple, covered with stone carving. This is an active temple.you can spent couple of hours there. avoid afternoon as its too hot that time .

2  Thank Arvind_Sony
Reviewed May 25, 2018 via mobile

Nothing impressive. If you go for the stepwell just take some photos of the ruins. I didnt even went inside.

Thank tragio
Reviewed April 23, 2018 via mobile

This is a must-see if you are in Rajasthan. The stepwells are amazing, and the temple has a special serenity about it. And what could be better than a place dedicated to the goddess of happiness.

Thank Catherinewilliams
Reviewed April 6, 2018

Small temple next to the step well some fine carvings on some of the stones and walls that still stand there Does not seem to have been restored much which may or may not enhance your appreciation of it. Still in active use by locals.

Thank Chasingclouds
Reviewed March 31, 2018

The temple itself is very old. It is a shame that some of the ancient carvings were defaced during time of Islamic rule, so as not to have idol worship. There were a few beggar children when we were there. Just have to be firm...More

Thank Greg B
Reviewed March 30, 2018

After visiting the Chand Baori, the Harshat Mata Temple, dedicated to the goddess of joy and happiness, is just steps away, Take a look and make your own review. Another photo opportunity as well..

Thank FLworldwanderer
Reviewed March 19, 2018

This is not iconic temple, there is no story about it, but if you are in Abhaneri and you have already visited the ancient well (Chand Baori) - you have to visit this small and old temple. Especially that is dedicated to joy and happiness...More

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May 5, 2016|
Response from nirdesh80 | Reviewed this property |
Hello Ravi Anand! I have not travelled from Alwar, so I would not know the condition of roads and the time it actually would take to get to Harshad Mata Temple, but google maps shows this distance to be 75 Km (1 hr 20... More