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Top 9 Temples in Jodhpur

Top 9 Temples in Jodhpur

Top 9 Temples in Jodhpur, Ajit Bhawan

Temples in Jodhpur… The place that holds a year of legacy, royalty and owns a vast history without any doubt is Rajasthan’s second-largest city “Jodhpur”. This place was founded by a Rajput chief of the Rathore clan, Rao Jodha. Not with a legacy of many years but this place has vast cultural values and has so many temples and places to visit in jodhpur for the travellers to visit and explore the beauty &culture.

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Top 9 Famous Temples in Jodhpur:

1. ISKCON TEMPLE

ISKCON TEMPLE

ISKCON temple in Jodhpur is a hare Krishna temple, an ashram and community dedicated to the practice of loving service to Krishna, peace and bhakti. The devotes chant “Hare Krishna”, the utmost person (God). This is a branch of the international society for Krishna consciousness, a spiritual movement spread across the globe. 

2. CHAMUNDA MATA TEMPLE 

CHAMUNDA MATA TEMPLE

This temple is situated near the Mehrangarh fort in Jodhpur. Chamunda Mata is well recognised as the Isht Devi of Royal a family. The idol of Chamunda Devi was first brought by the Rao Jodha as he was the devotee of chamunda Devi and now this temple has become one of the best tourist attractions. 

3. RAJ RANCHHODJI TEMPLE 

RAJ RANCHHODJI TEMPLE

This temple is made up of red stone and built for the devotees of Lord Krishna, who has many names and Ranchhod is one, built by the queen Ladechi Rajkanwar after the death of her husband in 1905, named Maharaja Jaswant. 

4. ACHAL NATH SHIVALAYA 

ACHAL NATH SHIVALAYA

Achal nath temple is a famous Shiva temple in Jodhpur built-in 1531 by Nanak Devi, who was the queen of Rao Ganga. There is a water tank known as “Ganga Bawari” which is situated near the Shivling inside the Monument, you can drink the water from the tank. 

5. SIDDHANTH SHIV TEMPLE 

SIDDHANTH SHIV TEMPLE

This Temple of jodhpur situated between Takhat Sagar Hills. If you are travelling to siddhanth shiv temple then you have to take up the road straight right from the filter house on Jodhpur-chopasani Road. Then, solitary after voyage the stairways thru by acerbic rocks, you can reach Siddhanth Shiv Temple. 

6. RASIK BIHARI TEMPLE 

RASIK BIHARI TEMPLE

This is one of the most beautiful temples, the famous and most visited temple of Jodhpur. This is one of the most renowned destinations of travellers. Rasik Bihari Temple has another famous name “Naini Ji Temple”, which is dedicated to Lord Krishna that has another name which is “Rasik Bihari” after being named. 

7. GANESH TEMPLE

GANESH TEMPLE

This historic temple is situated few kilometres away from Jodhpur which is approximately 5km in Ratananda, dedicated to Lord Ganesh. It is said that the statue of height 8ft and width 5ft, was first seen by the legend, a teacher. 

8. Pal Balaji (pal circle)

Pal Balaji (pal circle)

This temple is very famous among the locals of the jodhpur and Rajasthan, and it is said that the temple has real vibes of lord hanuman. A large number of devotees come here on Tuesdays, and if you will travel to this temple on Tuesday then you may get so much rush and rest days it seems to be almost empty. 

9. SHREE YADE MATA TEMPLE 

SHREE YADE MATA TEMPLE

This temple is built for the devotees of Shri shriyaade mata situated in the jodhpur, this temple experiences several people every day who worships Shri shriyaade mata, also this temple is famous among royal families. 

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