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The temple is beautiful. Be aware of people approaching you, seemingly to tell you about the history of the place, and then as you leave they will steer you toward shopping in their cousin's uncle's store.
I am not of the hindu religion but this was an experience that touched me deeply. The chanting, singing and playing of instruments was so beautiful and touching. I felt welcomed the moment I walked up the long staircase. A must see in Old City.
The temple is one of main tourist attractions in Udaipur and close to city palace. It is quite peaceful and dharmik with locals singing bhajans there. Really liked to sit there for 15 minutes. Purohit are very accommodating and welcome guests specially foreigners.
Very atmospheric when the devotees are inside playing instruments and chanting.
The carvings on the outside are again wonderful and this temple is made of marble rather than sandstone which many others are.
Very close to the City Palace so while visiting one don't miss...More
Visited this temple in the morning and it wasn’t very crowded inside. However the temple is in the middle of the city and in a very crowded area . Beautiful carvings on the walls of this very old traditional temple . However the area around...More
There were a group of worshipers chanting in the temple when we visited. This was a great addition to the deep spiritual atmosphere in this temple. Highly decorated, this temple is a welcome calm from the harassment on the streets.
It’s a Short walk through the City Palace and busy market place to the temple. ( do wear closed shoes to avoid stepping into unwanted things).An older women sits at the foot steps of the temple selling flowers to offer to the Lord., do buy...More
We spent about 30 minutes here during our time in Udaipur. It’s a nice spot to visit, but after seeing the Jain Temple in Ranakpur, this one was a little underwhelming. Is worth a stop but if you are short on time, I would cut...More