Ranakpur Tourism


Nestled in the remote valley of the rolling Aravalli Range, Ranakpur is an important place of pilgrim interest that attracts a large number of pilgrims from various parts of India. The natural beauty of this place is beyond comparison and it is an ideal retreat for spending some quality time with friends or family. Ranakpur is most popular for the range of exquisite Jain temples that are undoubtedly the most prominent tourist attractions in Ranakpur. These temples are of immense importance for the entire Jain community and are testimonials to the outstanding workmanship of the medieval architects of the region.

Make your tour to Ranakpur an unforgettable experience by visiting these architectural marvels that are simply fascinating. One of the main tourist attractions in Ranakpur is the Chaumukha Temple which is four faced and devoted to Adinath who was the first Jain Tirthankar (Jain spiritual head). This is a splendid temple which was built in the 1439 AD and superbly carved out in the marble that has 29 halls and are supported by 14 pillars all of them having individualistic appearance.

Apart from this temple there are two other temples that are located in the temple complex and are acclaimed for their distinguishing architectural brilliance. Both these temples are dedicated to Neminath and Parasnath.

Besides, there are other temples called Sun temple and Amba Mata temples that are located a short distance away from the temple complex. You will also encounter a number of small temples that are located in the temple complex. These tourist attractions in Ranakpur have been capturing the attention of the tourists dropping in here with their fantastic blend of the Hindu and Jain architectural style. The tourists should note that they must take off their shoes and leave the leather objects at the entrance before entering the temple.

Apart from these things to watch in Ranakpur, you can also set out for the day excursion trips that would take you to the various nearby places such as Sadri, Desuri, Ghanerao, Narlai and Faina. All these destinations are home to a number of striking temples that remain unmatched for their architectural appeal.

The nature lovers can also make their way to the Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary which is the natural habitat of number of wildlife creatures including some endangered species. So take some time out of your busy schedule and spend some quality time in this religious spot of utmost peace and harmony.