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“Lord shiva temple”
Review of Ekling Ji Temple

Ekling Ji Temple
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Ranked #4 of 113 things to do in Udaipur
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is very nice and old ancient temple. You can say more than 100 temples are here in the same place. Main temple is dedicated to lord shiva and other temples are dedicated to hindu god.

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The effort was well worth it ... the 108 temples in one compound are beautiful ...loved the place wish I could take pictures though

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Made a stop here on our recent visit to Udaipur. The Ekling Ji temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, and comprises of a large temple complex, some of which was originally built in the 8th century, with later additions and repairs. It is also the temple associated with the erstwhile rulers of Mewar, and the family continues to support the temple.

The entire complex is beautiful, and very well maintained. It is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike, and can get busy, though never as busy as Nathdwara temple. Coming here in the morning may be best both from a perspective of crowds and heat.

No handbags allowed inside. Obviously no footwear or photography inside either. No entry fee. Vendors right inside the main entry selling flowers to be offered to the deity.

It’s a quick 30 Min drive from Udaipur, and usually most visitors club it with a trip to Nathdwara temple, which is another hour or so further north. We stopped by here on the morning of our return to the airport, and were extremely glad we did.

Thank sandybdr
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This temple opens at 10:30 am and its better to start from Udaipur at 9:45 am to reach on time.

Its historic and must visit place in case you visit Udaipur as a tourist

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This temple is very old. The timings of the eklingji temple is must be watch before visit. It is approx 50 km away from shirnathji.

Thank d j
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