Rajasthan stands to be one of the largest states in India with distinctive beauty in terms of culture, costumes, fairs, people and sites. All around the year its bewitching antiquity entails tourists from around the world. In last few decades the beauty and exclusivity of Rajasthan has whiffed a culture to hold lavish weddings. The lush green sprawling lawns all over the state have emerged as great : wedding destinations of Rajasthan, coupled with the head high and bewitching ‘havelis’, forts and palaces.
Rajasthan is an impeccable example of architectural wonders of India too. The Jain temples including Dilwara temple have striking and very intricate carvings. The more striking feature about these temples is, they are preserved in a great shape since 12th century, the time they were made. Located in the verdant valleys of Aravalli hills, the Dilwara temple attracts thousands of tourist all around the year. Considered to be the best Jain temple in the world, this complex comprises of five temples, that were built in honour of a different Tirthankara, and include images of Jain saints, beautifully detailed pillars and even a hall with 360 miniature idols of Jain Tirthankaras.
A trip planned to Rajasthan is incomplete without a visit to the Dilawara temples and few days spent in Ranakpur. The distance between these two admirable places is filled with picturesque sights. Any tourist can plan a stay at Mana Hotels, located in Ranakpur. The hotel is nestled amid Aravali foothills by the seasonal river. The vicinity is refreshing & warm. Beautifully designed rooms with all essential amenities. The hotel has a reputation of providing great ambiance and food at a delightful rate. What makes it the apt choice for the tourists is its location, as the hotel is located at the distance of 5 kilometers from the renowned Ranakpur temple. We make sure you get you peace of mind here and could spend you night in the pool gazing at the starlit peaceful sky.
To find more about Dilwara Temple. Read our blog entry : Pilgrimage in Rajasthan