It’s not just forts and palaces that glisten as a paradigm of Rajasthan’s grandeur and magnificence. The abode of virile warriors not only fascinates people by virtue of its gargantuan structures, but also allures them spiritually into the majestic and tranquil ethereality of its temples. The solace and peace that prevails in the environment of these ‘mandirs’ makes one feel close to Lord’s divinity.
Exquisitely adorned in white marble, the Birla Mandir makes a fine addition to the pantheon of temples. Constructed by the Birla group, the temple is dedicated to Lord Narayana and his spouse, Goddess Lakshmi. Stationed over the hill top of Moti Dungari hill, the temple flaunts exquisite art work in tinted glass windows. The most fascinating attraction of the temple is its luminescent nature in moonlight, that instills awe in every visitor who is always ready to be mesmerized by the splendor of the place. The temple not only patronizes Hinduism but it also flaunts paintings and carvings which showcase teachings propagated by different religions. Birla Mandirs all over India are famous because of architectural marvel, which comprises of fine carvings and structural work on marbles as well as their lush-green gardens which add fervor to their enticing beauty.
Birla Mandir, Jaipur is definitely a treat to the eyes, wondrous to behold and even more alluring in the midst of its sanctifying solace.
When to visit : Birla Temple
Best time to visit: August - February
Opening hours:5:00 AM - 9:00 PM