If you are looking for a silent place , away from the bustle of the city of Jaipur, then head towards the tranquil precincts of the famous Birla Mandir. This beautiful monument is located in the midst of a beautiful lush oasis and attracts pilgrims and visitors from all across the world. Here, you can look forward to some intense hours of soul searching and connecting yourself with the almighty. Simply steep yours senses in the tranquility of its beautiful environs and let the striking architectural charm of the place sweep you away!
Constructed in marble of the finest quality, this temple pays testimony to other religuous faiths and depicts the cravings and sculptures of deities belonging to religious beliefs, other than Hinduism. It is a strong proponent of the message of peace and brotherhood and is a symbol of harmony in mankind. The Birla Temple is presided by Lord Krishna and his beautiful Consort Goddess Laxmi and is peaceful , quiet and has all the elements for providing great experiences—a must see indeed!
Oft referred to as the Laxmi Narayana Temple, the Birla Mandir was founded by the Birla Group of industries, in the year 1988. Dominated by the backdrop of the majestic Moti Dungri Fort and rising above lush green gardens, this landmark of Jaipur is a visual treat for locals as well as tourists from all across the world. The intricacy of the carvings on this structure is worth a look and promise to leave you spellbound.
Best visited after sunset, Birla Mandir glows with the riot of colors painting the sky and makes it sparkle in its own divine halo—even as the horizon blazes with the colors of the setting orb! However, as photography is strictly prohibited within the confines of this beautiful temple, it is best to capture its memory in your mind –to the largest extent possible. If you are looking for some affordable gifts and mementoes to carry back home, then head towards the souvenier shoppe at the gates of Birla Temple—you will be stunned with the array of handicrafts o display!
|Timings||All days of the week 5:00 AM - 9:00 PM|
|Visit Duration||15 to 30 minutes|