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Amazing architecture, Good for sunset and sunrise, a lot of famous spots for photography, be careful with your belongings as the place is surrounded by a lot of monkeys
The most beautiful and magnificent temple.
There are two entrances to this temple - one from the main road which is simple and straight forward, they other is via a steep hill climb, up and down which s very uninteresting and locals try to sell you a moto taxi. The temple...More
Here there r ard eight temples with lots of monkeys roaming everywhere. This place could be great tourist spot if govt try to keep it more maintain and clean. Beaware of your shoes or chappals as monkeys try to take away when going to temple...More
Without understanding the full meaning behind the temple....I can only say structures are interesting to view and take pics. Of....lots of well fed Monkeys. Little dirty however, and they charge .50 rupee's to take pics for only using one phone. Very aggravating
Being a great follower of Hanumanji, thought of going to this place....was highly disappointed to see the upkeep of the place....it was really dirty....was disappointed to see the vicinity so untidy....was surprised to see so many foreign tourists visiting the place because it is situated...More
Had an amazing trip with the guide ‘Ricky’ - he took the best pictures, told some great stories about the monkeys and spoke great English.
Wouldn’t have enjoyed this place or took anywhere near as many photos without the guide so thanks so much to...More
It was great watching the monkeys jump in the water but I felt incredibly unsafe as a female (and was with my boyfriend)
Someone tried to steal from my boyfriends bag while he was wearing it.
The men got incredibly aggressive and disrespectful to me...More
The drive from Jaipur was about 15 minutes. We bought our admission tickets and started to walk when a Hindu priest convinced us to go into his temple. He did some arcane ritual with talisman over our heads, chanted some prayers, then had us pour...More