Dilwara Temples, Mount Abu, Rajasthan

Dilwara Temples

Situated in the midst of the lavish green Aravalli slopes of Mount Abu in Rajasthan, the Dilwara Temple is the most lovely journey site for the Jains. Structured by Vastupal Tejpal and worked by Vimal Shah between the eleventh and thirteenth century, this sanctuary is famous for the lavish utilization of marble and mind boggling carvings on each snare and corner. All things considered, the Dilwara Temple looks very stark in any case, when you enter within, you will go head over heels with the shocking structures and examples cut on rooftops, dividers, openings and columns. The Dilwara Temple incorporates five similarly boggling sanctuaries to be specific Vimal Vasahi, Luna Vasahi, Pittalhar, Parshavanatha and Mahavir Swami Temple committed to Lord Adinath, Lord Rishabhdeo, Lord Neminath, Lord Mahavir Swami and Lord Parshvanath separately. Out of these five, Vimal Vasahi and Luna Vasahi are the most well known. Every one of these hallowed places has Rang Mandap, a focal corridor, Garbhagraha, the deepest sanctum where Lord lives and Navchowki, a gathering of nine vigorously enhanced roofs. Some other spell jumping structures incorporate Kirthi Stumbh and Hathishala. With its straightforwardness and grimness, Dilwara Temple enlightens you concerning Jain qualities and standards.

Best Season: October - February