Rajasthan is indeed a place of the kings and queens but also depicts lot on monuments of worship and peace for all the religions. The Temples of Rajasthan depicts the great architectural structures that are focused on 8th to 11th century. The Temples of Rajasthan are the existing evidence to the artists and the lifestyles of the Maharajahs of Rajasthan.
The most popular Ajmer Sharif Dargah is a place of the worshipers of the Muslims but people from other communities also visit this place in mass number. This place is considered as the final resting place for ‘Garib Nawaz’ or Khwaza Moinuddin Chishti which is situated here in Rajasthan’s Ajmer district where people of all religion come to participate in annual Urs. Urs is a festival which belongs to Muslim religion but actively celebrated among all communities & religions. It is celebrated for three days.
Describing the temples Govind Dev Ji Temple is one of the temples which is very much famous for the name of Lord Krishna. The temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna and has bright hours during the time of Janmashtami which is considered as the birthday of Lord Krishna. The building of the temple dates back to 1890 and has the settings the brilliant architectural of red sandstone. Next to mention is the Eklingji temple which is an impeccable temple for worshippers of Lord Shiva. It is situated in North Udaipur and is well-known for observing the groups of 108 temples in one place. The center of attraction of this temple is the 50 feet high multi-faced idol of Lord Shiva, which is completely made out of black stone.