Ranakpur Jain Temple

Ranakpur Jain Temple, Sadri

Ranakpur Jain Temple
4.5
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Monday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Tuesday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Wednesday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Thursday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Friday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Saturday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Sunday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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Biyas
Kolkata (Calcutta), India153 contributions
The most spectacular temp sculpture I have ever seen
Nov 2021 • Family
Unparalleled architecture and sculpture in marble and rocks. One must see this temple once in their lifetime. People say it's a copy of Dilwara temple in Mount Abu. But I liked this one better than Dilwara.
Written 3 November 2021
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Danesh R
190 contributions
Intricate carved temple
Feb 2021
About 50 kms north of Bera is the village, Ranakpur most famous for its 15th century marble Jain Temple. The intricate carved main gate leads into an expanse area. The 1444 pillars hold up the roof with its intricate architectural style which change colours from white to golden as per the time of day. The temple has four different doorways all leading to the main chamber. There is calmness and peace surrounding the temple complex.
Written 5 September 2021
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Devendra G
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India730 contributions
Very beautiful and peaceful temples
Aug 2021
Ranakpur temples are around 600 year old Jain temples. We visited the temple during our udaipur trip. It is at a distance of 115 kms from Udaipur airport. As the last part of the journey is mountainous region, it may take more than 2 and half hour to reach the destination. Temple timings for visitors commence from 12 noon. So plan your trip accordingly.

Starting with the architecture, the temple has intricate carvings and a beautiful architecture with a unique design. It is one of best work of architecture in India and and would place it even above Tajmahal. The carvings in white stone are beautiful. It has more than 100 pillars and 80 domes. The design allows every part of the temple with ample sunlight throughout the day.

Secondly, the energy in the temple is very positive. One immediately gets a feeling of inner calm and peace upon entering the premise. We spent around an hour and I was not feeling like leaving the place.

The priest in the temple guides all the visitors through the premise. If you are interested in taking photographs inside the temple, one has to take tickets for the device, which is only 20 Rs.

This is a must visit place. Do include in the itinerary if you are visiting udaipur.
Written 25 August 2021
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Neil R
Mumbai388 contributions
The skills of our forefathers on display
Jul 2021
Marvellous example of Indian craftsmanship and architecture. This is a grand temple and still in use. it's exquisitely carved and laid out and worth a visit. i only wish they allowed photography inside
Written 18 July 2021
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A Choudhury
New Delhi, India112 contributions
Magnificent
Oct 2020 • Solo
This temple is located at around 90 kms from Udaipur but is definitely worth a visit. The architecture is unique, it is a grand white marble structure and the interior is awesome with beautiful carvings on the marble pillars and none of the pillars are same. There are 1,444 pillars, 29 halls, 80 domes and 426 columns. You can easily spend a couple of hours here and photography is permitted.
Written 26 May 2021
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FelixFelicis
New Delhi, India51 contributions
Just beautiful
Feb 2021
Wasn't expecting the temple to be so beautifully maintained. There is an entry fee ofcourse, but the temple itself feels so light and airy and the stone carvings are a sight to behold. If you;re into photography, this place will offer ample opportunities to do so. the temple offers a calm peaceful environment and you can roam around at leaisure and marvel at the stone work and sculptures.
Written 19 February 2021
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chiragk
Meerut, India435 contributions
Beautiful holy temples
Dec 2020 • Family
This is jain temple which is open for general public from 11 am to 5 pm. Complex is very spacious with beautiful temple. Audio guide is available at entrance. Temple has beautiful architecture with carving on stones. Here a place is available to stay at very nominal cost however management reserves right for admissions. We had lunch here at very nominal cost.
Written 27 December 2020
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skpatel
Vadodara District, India224 contributions
excellent ...worth visiting....
Oct 2020
very beautiful jain temple.. chaumukhji adishwerji birajman chhe... 1444 pillars with very beautiful carving .. you can see god statue from any side of pillar .. calm and cool and pure and holy atmosphere..
Written 21 October 2020
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eamesescape
Melbourne, Australia176 contributions
Anakpur Temples intricate and superb architectural style.
Aug 2019
Ranakpur Temple is a Jain temple located in the state of Rajasthan. Renowned for some marvellously carved Jain temples in amber stone, Ranakpur is one of the five holiest places of the Jain community and is exceptionally beautiful. The Ranakpur Jain Temple was built during in the 15th century. The basement is of 48,000 sq. feet area that covers the whole complex. Nestled between the green hills, the monument is a remarkable sight. This complex has a main temple, two smaller temples and a sun temple along with 29 halls, 84 idols and intricately carved Shikhar Raj Meena Pillars that speaks volumes about the architectural finesse of the artisans during those times. The total number of columns is 1,444 all of which are intricately carved with no two being alike. The artistically carved nymphs playing the flute in various dance postures at a height of 45 feet are an interesting sight. In the assembly hall, there are two big bells weighing 108 kg whose sound echoes in the entire complex. The main temple is a Chaumukh or a four-faced temple dedicated to Adinath. The three other Jain temples in the same complex, including a temple of the Sun God, are all well worth a visit. One kilometre away from the temple complex is the temple of Amba Mata. I arrived by road – As there are frequent express buses from Udaipur that take around three hours to reach Ranakpur. It was a great way to see the landscape. At a distance of around 60 km from Udaipur, these temples were constructed in the AD 1439. Ranakpur in the state of Rajasthan is one of the five most important pilgrimage sites of Jainism. It is home to an exceptionally beautiful temple complex in the Aravali ranges and a must-visit for the tourists coming to this region. The temple open for non-Jain from 12 noon to 5 pm. It is open for the Jain community’s whole day. There are no entry fee for Indians and entry fee (perhaps Rs 200) for foreigners. There is a camera fee for every visitor. The temple is located near Sardi town of Pali district in Rajasthan. Temple authority do not allow any leather articles, drinking water and food inside the temple. You can deposit your bag etc. in the locker near the ticket window. Ranakpur is known for the Adinath Temple. People adhere to ideologies of Jainism. Cleanliness and non-violence are the greatest virtues and can be witnessed easily at the temple campus. Apart from the principles of Jainism, the culture here represent a very rich tradition of music and sculpting. As it's a Jain Temple, one must expect only the cuisines that adhere to the Jain philosophy of non-violence.
Written 29 July 2020
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TAHITITIM
Melbourne, Australia234 contributions
Simply beautiful
Dec 2019 • Family
Visited in December during Rajasthan touring. The place is somewhat remote and the road is very twisty...but it is more then worth it. Inspite already seeing so many temples and forts we did not regret to drive that far once you see the glory of this place. It is a large temple, beautiful marble, very unusual. It was one of the highlights of our trip to North India.
Written 21 May 2020
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