Rajasthan, the Royal State of India, is known for its great forts, deserts, magnificent palaces and luxury hotels. India is known for its diversity, with many temples and the most popular tourist destination in Rajasthan. Among them, Amba Devi, Dilwara, Sanghiji, Soniji Ki Nasiyan are Ja temples in Rajasthan. There are two ancient temples here that you can visit on a sightseeing tour of Ranakpur in Rajasthan. These are the Sun of Chaturmukha and the Temple of Amba Devi.
The east-facing Sun Temple in Ranakpur has an iconic and unusual pattern on the wall and is outstanding. Anyone will be fascinated by the intricate carvings on the exterior of the temple, which is designed to place the god of the sun Surya on a chariot drawn on a carriage. It is made of white limestone and decorated in the classic style of Changliang. It consists of a shrine with Shikhara, and it was preceded by an octagonal mandala with six verandas and pillars on it, carved with fine carvings, and longan with sculpture.
Chaturmukha in Nagyam temple
Ranakpur is far from the hustle and bustle of Udaipur city life, while Chaturmukha is located in the lush greenery of the Aravalli Range in Ranakpur. This is a fine carving on marble. Well-designed shikhara, unique domes and turrets from the slopes of the hilly area. There are some exquisite carvings made from a piece of marble marble designed with 108 snakes and many tails. The temple is designed with four faces of Chaturmukha. It is dedicated to TirthankaraRishabhanatha. Others are also located in the complex area of this temple. These are Neminath and Parasnath. The Sun and Ambadvi Temple are located in the same courtyard as these temples, not far from each other. A large number of pilgrims and devotees come here all year round. Amba Devi is the temple of the mother goddess.
You can easily get here by bus or car on the highway. If you want to arrive by train, you can establish a good connection with train stations in major cities [such as Agra, Delhi, Jodhpur, Mumbai, Bikaner, Jaipur, Chennai, etc.] via the nearest Falna and Rani train stations. Reachable by air, the nearest airports are Udaipur Airport, which regularly connects domestic flights to Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Jodhpur and Jaipur.