Rajasthan Travel Guide

Famous Temples in Udaipur

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Udaipur City is one of the most famous tourist destination in Rajasthan. Udaipur is not only famous for its historical forts and monuments but is also known for the striking temples which are built in beautiful architecture style. There are a number of famous temples in and around the Udaipur city which is greatly revered by the locals and tourists alike.

Jagdish Temple is one of the most famous temples in Udaipur dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Other includes Eklingji Temple, Ambika Mata Temple. The nearby areas of the city also have famous temples like Ranakpur Temples, Rishabdeo Temple, Nathdwara Temple and Kankroli Temple.

Temples to Visit in Udaipur

Eklingji Temple Kailashpuri

Eklingji Temple in Udaipur is a temple dedicated to the ruling deity of Mewar dynasty. The ruling deity of this temple is Lord Shiva and the building of the temple complex was started in the year 971 by the Guhila dynasty of Mewar, in honor of their ruling deity Eklingji. The temple dated back to the 15th century and made of marble and granite. It is one of the most famous attractions of Udaipur.

Eklingji Temple Darshan Timings- Devotees are allowed to visit the temple - from 4.15 am to 6.45 am in the morning, 10.30 am to 1.30 pm in the noon and lastly from 5.15 pm to 7.45 pm in the evening.

Jagat Ambika Mata Temple

Jagat Temple in Udaipur is dedicated to Goddess Durga and named as Ambika Mata. The ruling deity of this temples a form of Goddess Durga that belonged to 10 th century and located on the split of a rock and presently the temples is well-maintained by the State Department of Archaeology and Museum, of Rajasthan State. People from far away of the state visit here for its religious significance.

Jagdish Temple Udaipur

The Jagdish Temple is counted one of the major memorials of Rajasthan and the temple is constructed according to the Māru-Gurjara Architecture.  The temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and the tourists  can see the temple as a beautiful example of architecture festooned with different sculptures made with white marble.

Jagdish Temple Timings: 4.15 a.m - 1.00 p.m (Morning) / 5.15 p.m - 8.00 p.m (Evening). Open on all days