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Jagdish Temple

Jagdish Temple Review

This 17-century Hindu temple, the oldest in the city, was commissioned by Maharana Jagat Singh and is a major landmark in Udaipur's Old City. It's usually abuzz with devotees and tourists, especially during the morning and evening aarti (prayer ceremony), when vendors set up makeshift flower stalls along the temple walls and sell offerings of marigolds. The temple is dedicated to Jagdish (an incarnation of Vishnu), and songs sung in his praise are often played through loudspeakers high on the temple's edifice. You're welcome to step inside, although the engravings on the temple's exterior walls are more interesting to look at.

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  • Address: Jagdish Mandir, just north of City Palace Udaipur, Rajasthan 313001
  • Hours: Daily, sunrise–sunset
  • Location: Udaipur
Updated: 10-27-2012

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