Saturday, August 7, 2010

Other Temples in Jhunjhunu

Besides the Rani Sati Dadi Temple, there are some other temples in the complex too. Have a look...

[ Magnificient entrance leading upto these Temples ]

[ Three Temples dedicated to Lord Shiva and Lord Hanuman ]

[ Lord Shiva in the Temple ]

[ Spires of various other Temples along with the main Rani Sati Temple ]

[ View from the terrace - The blue colored gate on the 
left is the entrance in the first picture ]

In addition to these, a number of other small temples are being constructed near the main Rani Sati temple too.


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22 comments:

  1. Your posts are so inspiring. Thanks.

    All the best, Boonsong

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  2. Lovely pictures. You must have been up very high to take the last two. The blue gate is lovely, And I notice some flags in one of the pictures. What do they represent, are they religious or governmental?

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  3. Your site is fascinating. I studied art history in America, but they really skimmed over Eastern art and architecture. What a pity. Just fascinating.

    Thanks for stopping at my site and for your comment!

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  4. Just simply amazing all these temples. I'm practising Yoga and am a little bit familiar with the Hindhu gods. Somehow, i really like them. Do you have a spiritual reason for this trip? Thanks for your nice comment and for visiting - nice to be in touch!

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  5. Thank you for stopping by at my blog! You have a very interesting blog here with stunning photography. I will follow you from now on!

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  6. Wow the temples looks so divine in every angle ...i am surely going to visit it when i plan to visit north india specifically Rajasthan ...u r doing a gr8 job dear ...thanks for sharing

    Satya
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  7. @ Ginny
    Thanks for the comment.
    The flag(also known as Shikhar dhwaj) that you have noticed is a common feature you will find in almost all the Hindu temples...it is purely religious signifying that the building below is a temple.

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  8. @Martina
    Rajasthan is my native place and I keep visiting it often!
    Its a place rich in history, temples, heritage places and I love exploring them!
    Thanks for the comment... I love your blog and will definitely keep in touch:)

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  9. Arti
    All the temples in North are constructed in marble and white stones which makes it very attractive.

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  10. The architecture is beautiful in your country. Thanks for sharing it.

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  11. Very interesting and beautiful. Unlike anything I have seen in blog land. Thanks so much for the kind comment at my site!

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  12. beautiful pictures... temples r very artistic...

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  13. Wow...the inticracy of the first photo is amazing!

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  14. Good morning, Arti! Thank you for coming to visit again, and yes,isn't that first picture on my blog just so pretty? The color blue is exquisite. Your photos of these interesting culture and life that I am so unfamiliar with is enchanting!!! Best wishes to you out there in India! Anita

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  15. oh, i would love to go to this place. :)

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  16. Magnificent - those blues and pinks are beautiful. What are those birds in the top corner, are they heron? Do they symbolise anything?

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  17. Thanks for your nice comment Arti! Hope you had a great day and saw more fabulous things - greetings to Shiva & Shakti!

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  18. Thank you for your comment on my blog! Glad I found your interesting and beutiful blog. I will follow it from now on

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  19. @ Petty Witter
    The bird in question is a swan, the vehicle of mother Saraswati - The Goddess of knowledge, learning and wisdom.
    The swan is said to have a beak so sensitive that it can even distinguish pure milk from a mixture of milk and water.
    It symbolizes that one must be able to distinguish between the right and the wrong, good and bad and act accordingly for the good of mankind.
    Thanks for your insightful question... Even I got to learn something more!

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  20. hello Arti,

    wonderful intricate works of art, as intricate as Indian culture and religion I suppose. I love visiting sacred places, the art is a bonus!

    thanks for stopping by at my blog and leaving a thoughtful comment.
    cheers!

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