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Birla Temple

The Birla mandhir at Jaipur is among the several Birla mandhirs built all over the country. Famed for its history, forts, palaces, and monuments, Jaipur houses one of the finest temples, the Birla Temple. The temple, constructed in 1988, is adorned in white marble and has a serene look from afar.

Specialty of Birla Temple

The land on which the temple is built was given to Birla by the Maharaja for just a token of one rupee. The most stunning part of the temple is the idol of Lakshmi Narayan, which was carved out of a single stone. The interiors of the temple are filled with mythological paintings of the various Hindu gods and goddesses. The temple is also home to a museum, which showcases the hereditary belongings of the Birla family. The temple is covered by lush green trees that add to the calm and serene atmosphere of the temple.

Birla is the Hindu temple in Jaipur, also known as the Laxmi Naryan Temple. It was constructed by the Birla family in 1988 and dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Laxmi. The architecture and the sculptures of the temple is stunning that attract many tourists and its popular pilgrimage site.The temple is made of magnificent white marble and has an exquisite appearance, that's embellished with outstanding marble carvings and heavenly tranquillity.

Try to avoid visiting the temple on weekends because it is usually crowded at that time, so weekdays are the best time to visit the temple.

Visiting hours: 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.; 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Nearby Attractions

Amar Jawan Jyoti, Saraogi Mansion Mall and Sawai Mansingh Stadium.

Best Time To Visit

October to February makes for the best time to visit the temple.

How to reach Birla Temple ?

By Air : The Jaipur International airport is located at 10 kilometers from the temple.

By Train : The Jaipur railway station is at a distance of 6 kilometers from the temple.

By Road : Jaipur is easily accessible from all major cities in the country by road. One can hire a taxi if needed.