Jaipur is also famous for it’s worship places. It has many well made worship places in every religion. We are giving some famous worship places names below.
Birla Temple Jaipur – Birla Mandir is located below the Moti Dungri hill in Jaipur, it is built by B.M. Birla Foundation in 1988, it is dedicated to lord Laxmi Naryan and made by pure white marble and it is India’s first air-conditioned temple, We can easily reach to Birla Temple by taking local Buses, Rickshaws and Taxis from Jaipur city
Govind dev ji temple – Jaipur city is pink city but it known city of temple, this temple is not only famous in Jaipur but also in India. Many people come for worship in Govind dev ji temple. It is situated is near city place and Talcatora. The temple was built 1735 by King Sawai Pratap Singh II, there is devote of lord Krishna, Ganga mata mandir, Isari Singh ki Chatri and Chinta Haran Hanuman Mandir etc. There are two famous statues of Lord Shri Krishna and Radha.
Galta Ji – It is very ancient Hindu holy place in Jaipur, there are group of many temples, pavilions and holy kunds. It is a located 12 k.m. away from Jaipur main city. There is statue of Lord Shree Sun God and built by Diwan Kirpa Ram. It is the very popular shrine of Galta Ji, There are many kunds in the Galta Ji, where the people take holy dips. This holy place is situated around the Aravali hills.
Moti Doongri (Ganesh Ji Temple) – Moti Doongri Ganesh temple is a located in near Birla Temple. It is very famous temple among of popular Ganesh Ji temples of Rajasthan, It was built 1761. Many politicians and business man come to worship for wealth. Many people come to worship on Wednesday and offering Besan ke Laddo to praise Ganesh Ji.
St.Andrews Church – It is one of the famous church in Pink city and established by the Scottish Missionaries in 1872. It is located near Jaipur metro station at Chandpole Bazar. There are celebrated many activities like committees, Good Friday, Christmas etc.
Shila Devi temple – It is fully dedicated to Goddess Kali. It is placed in the Amber Fort. Raja Man Singh brought its statue from Jessore in Bengal. The temple built from stone’s slabs and the temple was built in 10 years.