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Ranakpur, India

A quaint town in Rajasthan, Ranakpur is a famous pilgrimage site for the Jain community. This beautiful town is cuddled away in an isolated valley in the Aravalli mountain range. Ranakpur is located at a distance of just 90 KM from Udaipur. The town is popular for its spectacular Jain temples, which are best known for their magnificence and marvelous masonry. The Ranakpur temples represent the rich cultural, spiritual and architectural heritage of India. The exquisite Jain Temple dedicated to the first of the 24 Tirthankars, Rushubdev. In fact, the experience of Ranakpur travel will be a lifetime memory for every visitor, whether he/she is a Jain devotee or architecture explorer. If you are planning a visit to this city, then choose the best Ranakpur holiday packages and explore Ranakpur at its best.


Mid-March - end June
Temperature:24°C- 40°C

June - end September
Annual rainfall -250 cm-325 cm

Late November To Mid-February

Best Places to Visit in Ranakpur

Ranakpur Temples:
Ranakpur is mainly famous for its beautiful temples. Located about 90 KM from Udaipur, the Ranakpur temple complex is a must visit place. The complex contains Chaumukha temple (Four-Faced Temple) that is dedicated to Adinathji, the first tirthankar. The 2 other Jain temples in the complex are devoted to Parasnath and Neminath. The complex also consists of a Sun temple and the Amba Mata temple (located close to main temple complex). So, don't miss a visit to this temple cpmplex during your Ranakpur tour.

Located approximately 8 KM from Ranakpur is Sadri. The main attractions of this place are its magnificent temples. The oldest of them are the Chintamani Parasvanath Temple and Varahavtar Temple.

Desuri town is approximately 16 KM from Ranakpur. This town is famous for a number of temples, amongst them the most noteworthy ones are those dedicated to Lord Shiva, Navi Mata and Lord Hanuman. There is also an old mosque here, which is worth a visit.

Ghanerao is renowned for a number of Hindu temples. The most impressive temple is of Gajanand. This temple houses a life-size statue of the goddesses Siddhi and Ridhi. Then, there is a temple of Lord Mahavira that dates back to 10th century.

Located around 6 KM from Ranakpur, Narlai is cuddled at the base of a hill. Narlai is known for a large number of Jain and Hindu temples. For calm walks, this place also houses a good baori (step-well). Muchhal Mahaveer and Falna are some other popular attractions.

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