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your trip is incomplete without a visit to this temple.
beautiful architecture, amazing carving/sculpture.... much beautiful than any palace....
exteriors are completely opposite to the magnificence that the temples bear when you set foot inside.... it opens at 12:00 for non-jains and you can wait...More
If you are in mount Abu don't miss to see this Jain temple. The temple looks simple from outside to camaflouge the grandeur inside. As I understand this is to prevent the temple from being destroyed by the Muhammadan invaders.
Temple timings are 12 to...More
Dilwara Jain temple is a must see visit in Mount Abu. Built more than 1000s of years ago the architecture of this temple is a marvel sight to see. The entire compound comprises of five temples and each one has a unique character and beauty...More
These are basically series of five jain temples, situated on a way to gurushikar and hardly 3 kilometer far from nakki lake.
These temples were carved @ 1000 yers ago, the craving of these temple's are unmatched n beyond comparison.
U can not image them...More
Outstanding sculpture work inside the hidden gem, unbelievable how marbles reached here for construction during such period, very very fine work done by artists, I have seen many cathedrals in Europe and use to feel about fine work missing in Indian history apart from very...More
Response from VarinderDelhi | Reviewed this property |
Entry time for non-jains is around noon. Reach and wait for the gates to open to beat the rush of tourists arriving in buses. I guess it will be lighter around 3pm when most buses move on to the next stop.
Response from BK_TheTraveller | Reviewed this property |
The car is allowed only till the entrance after which you have to walk for approx 200-300 mtrs before you enter the complex. Once you enter the premise the overall most of the temples have 2-3 steps except the... More
The car is allowed only till the entrance after which you have to walk for approx 200-300 mtrs before you enter the complex. Once you enter the premise the overall most of the temples have 2-3 steps except the last 3 temples which have approx 15-20 big steps. Just to remind you, the temple is open for visiting for Non Jains between 12 noon to 6 pm. They have assigned temple guides and pundits to take you through the tour there
Remember to deposit phones, shoes and leather bags and belts (though not mandatory) just before the queue of entering!!
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