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Ranakpur Jain Temple


Ranakpur Jain Temple

  • # 5 Minutes Drive
  • # # Religion

Mana Hotels is a 5 minute drive from one of the five most important pilgrimage sites of Jainism. Apart from its religious importance, the 1,444 unique hand crafted marble pillars of the temple make it an architectural marvel. The temple is in the form of a celestial aircraft and its sheer size takes your breath away!

The evening prayers carried out in candle light with two 108 kg bells being played in synchronization is a unique experience for the mind and the body. Many people are surprised to know that the Ranakpur Jain Temple is an environmentally conscious institution and houses a sewage treatment plant. The recycled water from this plant is used for watering the landscape in the temple complex.

Key Facts

1,444 Unique Columns

29 Halls

80 domes

Built in the 15th Century over 65 years

Total area – 50,000 sq feet

Dedicated to Lord Adinath


  1. Photography is allowed between 12:00 noon and 5:00 p.m. only.
  2. While visiting the temple, shorts, sleeveless shirts, skirts or short dresses should be avoided. Guests wearing such clothing will be refused entry into the temple.
  3. Any leather item is not permitted inside the temple. This includes but is not limited to Belts, Wallets, Bags etc.
  4. The Ranakpur Jain Temple is a place of worship. Proper decorum must be maintained by the guests visiting the temple at all times.
  5. We urge the guests to keep the temple complex clean. Waste bins are placed at multiple locations in case you have to dispose off any garbage.
  6. Do not feed any animals in the temple complex for your own safety.

Nathdwara Temple


Nathdwara Temple

  • # 120 Minutes Drive
  • # # Religion

A prominent pilgrimage, the temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna whose central idol has been carved out of a single block of marble. It is said that Goswami Dev fled from Mathura to escape Aurangzeb with this idol to Udaipur. However, his chariot got stuck in Nathdwara (48kms away). He took it as divine will and decided to consecrate it on the spot.

The temple town of Nathdwara also offers some great street food in the narrow alleys leading upto the shrine. In addition, Nathdwara is also the home of the Pichhwai paintings.

Plan your visit to Nathdwara keeping in mind the 6 darshan times scattered throughout the day. Devotees throng to this deity during most festivals such as Holi, Deepawali etc. but the maximum influx is during Janamashtami.

Mana Hotels can arrange this half day excursion for you at your request.

Darshan Timings

Mangla 06:00am to 06:30am

Shringar 07:15am to 07:45am

Gwal 09:15am to 09:30am

Rajbhog 11:15am to 12:05pm

Uthapan 03:45pm to 04:05pm

Bhog 04:45pm to 05:05pm

Aarti 05:15pm to 06:00pm

Please note that the above darshan timings change from season to season.

Ekling Ji Temple


Ekling Ji Temple

  • # 2 Hours Drive
  • # # Religion

Located about 100 km from Mana Ranakpur, a visit to Ek Lingji temple is highly recommended to persons interested in the illustrious history of the kings of Mewar. It is widely believed that Eklingji is the ruling deity of princely state of Mewar and the ruling Maharana is his representative. The construction of the temple was commenced way back in 971 by the Sesodia dynasty of Mewar in honour of Lord Shiva. The beautifully sculpted temple complex includes 108 temples, made out of marble and granite. Navratras is the time of the year when this temple is most widely visited.

Located less than 25 km from Udaipur, a visit to this temple can be clubbed with a visit to the city of Lakes.

Darshan Timings

4:30 a.m. to 7:00 a.m.

10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Parshuram Mahadev Temple


Parshuram Mahadev Temple

  • # 6 Hour Trek
  • # # Religion/Adventure

Just a 6 hour trek from Kumbhalgarh Fort, a visit to this temple is a must for the religious and the adventurous traveler. Popularly known as the Amarnath Temple of Rajasthan, the Parshuram Mahadev Temple has the figures of Lord Ganesh & Lord Shiva naturally carved out in stone. The only way to access this temple is to descend about 500 stairs on foot.

It is said that Parshuram, the sixth avatar of Lord Vishnu, made the cave with his axe and used to worship the lord Shiva at this serene place in the foothills of the Aravalis mountain range. Due to the number of stairs, visitor discretion is advised.