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When you go to visit Chittorgarh Fort, you see this Meerabai Temple. It was a temple used by a young widow who worshipped Lord Krishna. Meerabai is considered one of the greatest devotees of Lord Krishna. For her, every thing in this world was 'Lord...More
Krishna temple: where Meerabai use to spend her days here. Her Guru’s foot marks also exit there. It was wonderful experience to seat in a temple where Meerabai has sung her Bhajans... devotions flow of it... just seat and enjoy the peace here. She was...More
India is shrouded in myths, and this is just one such example. It's a beautiful temple (albeit definitely crowded), but it's the carvings that steal your heart. You can see a lot of the walls have been re-done using bits and pieces of the older...More
The temple is located within the Chittaurgarh Fort and is associated with Lord Krishna's devotee Meera. The temple is small, built of stone, in typical medieval style of temple architecture in this part of India. There is a larges temple of the similar construction in...More