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This Jain temple is a worth visit place. It has very beautiful gold - plated artistic work. It was peaceful and nearly empty. The description of the models and art work was displayed very well. You would not need a guide. Highly recommended.
The Jain temple can only be visited by those of the Jain religion. However the museum is open to all. There is a nominal entrance fee of 10 rupees. As there are English explanations throughout, you get a good understanding of the religion and the...More
We visitors during our recent trip to Rajasthan and it was a recommendation from my parents. They mentioned that if you ever wanted and example of “don’t judge a book by its cover”, this is the one. From the outside, it looks pretty ordinary. But...More
After visiting Dargah I went to see gold temple. I will definitely recommend this place to visit. It charge minimal price for entry. You’ll see everything in gold. To visit temple you must be jain to go inside but for visiting gold museum it’s fine...More
One of it's own type, this is similar to the Jhanki in North india on Janmashtami ( Lord Krishna birthday). You don't want to leave this place as so much to observe but the down side is the type of tourists are visiting this place,...More
Built by a Jain railway contractor in 1858 the temple recreates the celebration of the birth of Lord Mahavir.There is a marble pillar in the courtyard and figurines of horses ,devotees ,durbans ,Hawa sawaris,and very detailed artwork .When the lights are switched on the entire...More