Rajasthan Religious Places

Rajasthan Religious Places

  • In Jaipur you can visit the Birla Mandir,Galtaji Temple,Govind Dev Ji Temple and Moti Doongri Temple.
  • Khatu Shyam Ji temple is one of the most prominent religious centers located in the village of Khatu in Sikar District of Rajasthan.
  • Salasar Balaji is a temple holding high religious importance having the shrine of Lord Hanuman.
  • Popularly known as the Karni Mata Mandir, this temple is the most called upon tourist attractions in Bikaner.
  • Brahma Temple in Pushkar, Rajasthan, India is a Hindu religious hotspot, a temple dedicated to the Lord that brought about the creation of everything, Brahma.
  • The Dargah of Ajmer Sharif serves as the tomb of the Sufi Saint Moinuddin Chishti and is considered to be one of the most religious places in Rajasthan.
  • The Meera Temple is one of the most beautiful tourist attractions in Chittorgarh.

Rajasthan Religious Places Overview

Check-in Time: 02:00 PM

Check-out Time: 12:00 PM

About the Tour:

Galtaji Temple is, in essence, a prehistoric pilgrimage location, which is sited only around 10km away from the capital of Rajasthan. Also known as Monkey Temple among the locals for obvious reasons, the temple was established in the 18th century.

The name of the Khatu Shyam Ji Temple has been derived from the name of the district where it is established, Khatushyamji. According to the pilgrims, this place houses the actual head of Khatushyam or Barbarika, who is an integral character of Mahabharata.

The Meera Temple is one of the most beautiful tourist attractions in Chittorgarh, reflecting as it does the beautiful history of devotion played out in the story of the Rajputani princess, Meera and her Lord Krishna.

Quick Info :

Duration: 7d/6N

Route: Jaipur – Khatu shyam – Salasar Balaji – Rat temple Bikaner – Pushkar,Ajmer - Chittorgarh - Jaipur

Start point: Jaipur

Endpoint: Jaipur


➔ Stay in hygienic and sanitized hotels (As per the variant selected)

➔ Buffet breakfast as per the Itinerary

➔ Highly-Experienced driver cum guide

➔ Sightseeing as per itinerary

➔ All toll tax, parking, fuel, and driver allowances

➔ Comfortable and hygienic vehicle (SUV/Sedan) for sightseeing on all days as per the itinerary.

We are recommended:

➔ Loacted inside the Chittorgarh Fort, the Padmani Palace has a unique history attached to it making it one of the must-visit attractions in Chittorgarh fort.

➔ Built originally in the 8th century, this serene temple was dedicated to the worship of the sun god before it was converted into a shrine for Kalika, an incarnation of Goddess Durga, in the 14th century.

➔ Sanwariaji Temple is one of the most renowned places to visit in Chittorgarh. The massive temple complex is considered second in religious importance only to the Krishna Temple in Nathdwara

➔ Approximately 80 kilometres from Chittorgarh lies one of the best places to visit in Chittorgarh- Mahanal Temples and Math.

➔ A camel fair is a major event in Pushkar and it is one of the best times to visit the place.

➔ Visiting the Varah Ghat is an unforgettable experience that you should not miss out on at any cost.

➔ Take part in a prayer ceremony on one of the Ghats near Pushkar Lake.

➔ Marvel at the huge entrance to the site that was built by Sultan Mahmood Khilji with a whole variety of carvings on the walls..

➔ In Bikaner visit the Junagarh Fort, Bhandeshwari Jain Temple, Sri Laxminath, Sadul Singh Museum, Dev Kund Sagar etc.

How to reach

By Air: The best way to Reach Jaipur is via Air as the City has its own Airport, Sanganer airport, Located just 10 km away from the City Center.

By Rail: Another Good option is through Jaipur railhead as it is well connected by Indian cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, and Kolkata. Even the luxurious 'Palace on Wheels' also visits the city of royal splendor.

By Road:  Another good option is via Buses or cab as Jaipur has a good network of roads connecting it with major Indian cities. NH 8, NH 11, and NH 12 are the main national highways connecting the city of Delhi with other cities.

  • Day 1

    Arrival at Jaipur | Welcome to the 'Pink City of India'

    • Reach Jaipur, where a representative will help you get transferred to the hotel.
    • On reaching the hotel, complete the check-in process and take some rest.
    • Then you can visit the famous Moti Doongri Ganesh Temple located on the hilltop and the beautiful Birla Mandir that's made solely of white marble.
    • Galtaji Temple is, in essence, a prehistoric pilgrimage location, which is sited only around 10km away from the capital of Rajasthan. Also known as Monkey Temple among the locals for obvious reasons, the temple was established in the 18th century.
    • Situated at the heart of Jaipur District, the Govind Dev Ji Temple is yet another of the religious places in Rajasthan that you simply cannot miss out on.
    • You can explore the rich history of Jaipur as you proceed to visit the City Palace and Museum along with Jantar Mantar, which is a heritage site with fixed instruments for making astronomical observations.
    • In the evening, you can proceed for a photo stop at Hawa Mahal and also opt to explore the nearby markets.
    • Don't forget to visit Albert Hall where you can roam around and savor delicious street food.
    • Later in the evening, you can proceed back to your hotel.
    • Overnight stay at the hotel in Jaipur.
  • Day 2

    Jaipur – Khatu Shyam Ji temple and Salasar Balaji

    • After breakfast start Jaipur for Khatu Shyam mandir, which 79.3 km far from the city.
    • The Harshnath temple is famous for still homing the remains of the Shiva temple from 10 AD.
    • Laxmangarh Fort is one of its kind forts situated in the Shekhawati region of Sikar District.
    • After lunch start Khatu Shyam to Salsar Balaji Which 102.4 km far from Khatu Shyam.
    • Rani Sati Temple is the largest temple in India devoted to Rani Sati.
    • Return back to the hotel for dinner.
    • Overnight stay at Jaipur.
  • Day 3

    Jaipur - Bikaner | Visit the Karni mata temple(known as Rat Temple)

    • Wake up in the morning, have a delightful breakfast and check-out from the hotel.
    • Upon reaching Bikaner, check-in at a pre-booked hotel and rest for sometime.
    • Further visit Karni Mata Temple, Laxminath Temple Bikaner,Shiv Bari Temple,Kolayatji Temple,
    • In the evening, Visits the local markets and try world famous bikaneri bhujia.
    • Return back to your hotel for scrumptious dinner.
    • Overnight stay at Bikaner.
  • Day 4

    Bikaner to Pushkar and Ajmer Sharif | Brahma Temple in Pushkar

      • After breakfast, you will embark upon your excursion to the beautiful cities of Ajmer and Pushkar.
      • On arrival in Ajmer, you will be visiting Ajmer-e-Sharief Dargah, which is a Sufi shrine that encloses the remains of Garib Nawaz, the Sufi saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti.
      • You will then visit Adhai Din Ka Jhonpda, which was initially built as a Sanskrit college but was later transformed into a mosque. The name translates to, 'the hut of two-and-a-half days' and was called so because of a two and half-day fair held here during the 18th century.
      • You can also enjoy scenic views of Anasagar Lake before proceeding towards Pushkar.
      • On reaching Pushkar, visit the various temples and ghats along with the holy Pushkar Lake.
      • There are more than 400 temples in Pushkar but the main attraction is the temple of Lord Brahma, which is the only temple in India dedicated to Brahma.
      • Later in the evening, you will proceed back to your hotel
      • Overnight stay at the hotel in Pushkar.
  • Day 5

    Excursion to Chittorgarh | Visit the Fitting Symbol of Rajput's Bravery, Pride and Passion

    • Wake up to a beautiful sunrise and have your breakfast.
    • You will then be proceeding to explore the bastion of the Rajputs, the Chittorgarh Fort.
    • To reach the fort in Chittorgarh, travel through a one-kilometer road that weaves its way from the foothills to the summit, taking visitors through the seven palatial gates.
    • Entering the fort will instantly take you to the glorious past when the fort stood tall with all its charm during the Rajput's rule.
    • The Meera Temple is one of the most beautiful tourist attractions in Chittorgarh
    • Explore the walls of the fort that continue to ring with incredible tales of extraordinary men and women who died fighting to defend the fort.
    • Climb the 156 stairs to the 9th floor of the 'Vijay Stambh' and look out for the Arabic engravings of the word 'Allah' on the 3rd and 8th Floor by Rana Kumbha.
    • Imagine yourself as a character in the 'Padmavat' movie as you walk the beautiful Padmini Palace where Rani Padmini is said to have been standing when Alauddin Khilji first saw her glimpse in a mirror.
    • Once done exploring the magnificent fort, .
    • Reach the hotel in evening for an overnight stay.
  • Day 6

    Chittorgarh to Jaipur

    • After breakfast, pack up and check out from the hotel.
    • Get transferred to Jaipur airport / Railway station.

INR 18,500

Per Person

*Excluding applicable taxes

Rajasthan Religious Places

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