Jagdish Temple, Udaipur

Jagdish Temple

Jagdish Temple is a major tourist attraction situated in the old town of Udaipur, right in the middle of Udaipur. The Jagdish Temple standing firmly and sturdy can be seen 150 meters away from Bara Pol, the town palace.

The Jagdish temple is one of the best architectural wonders of Mewar. The Indo-Aryan architectural style exhibits the Jagdish temple. The temple is built according to the principles of the Hindu architectonic science of Vast Shastra.

Built on a higher platform and lined by vivid colors and intricate decoration of ceilings, this three-story temple features magnificently carved columns, huge and airy halls. Two huge stone elephant statues are mounted to welcome visitors at the entrance. At the entrance, there is an inscription on the stone wall. To record his contributions to the temple, Mahara Jagat Singh installed an inscription.

According to old legends, the marble plate in the Temple of Jagdish is believed to have magical power. You will easily alleviate the pain if you rub your elbows, knees or back on marble. For certain individuals, it may be difficult to believe, but religious values cannot be called into question.

A big temple and monument open to all is the Jagdish temple. On the temple entrance, there is no fare charged. You will never be away from God any day because it is available on all of the seven days of the week.

In two moves, the temple doors open.

The first shift will take place at 4:15 a.m. Towards midnight.

The second shift begins between 5:15 p.m. and 8 p.m.

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Jagdish Temple, Udaipur