Baroli Temples Complex, Rajasthan

Baroli Temple Complex is located in a village called Baroli in Rawatbhata town in the Chittorgarh district of the state Rajasthan in India. The temple complex is a combination of 9 different temples located within the same locality or next to each other. These temples were built in the 10th century AD and were built according to the Gurjara Pratihara dynasty architecture style.

Although the history and the origins of the temple are not exactly present in the inscription in the temple, the Baroli Temple Complex is considered as one of the oldest temple complexes in Rajasthan. Idols of various gods and goddesses are present in this temple complex. The stone-carved idol of God Nataraja was also present in the temple before it was stolen and illegally sold to a British antique collector.

The carved designs on walls and other decorative stones are still present in the temple complex. The Baroli Temple Complex is being conserved and protected by the Archaeological Survey of India as some carved stonework are very unique and can be stolen. Even though the Archaeology department is preserving the temples in the Baroli village most of the structure are in the semi-ruined state. These temples include the temples dedicated to Lord Vishnu, Lord Ganesha, Goddess Durga, Lord Shiva and more. The Baroli Temple Complex is a famous tourist destination site as it is uncommon to see 9 temples built next to each other, out of which some are dedicated to the same god or goddess. A fascinating temple complex iss what the Baroli temple complex is. It is a wonderful temple.


Chittorgarh Baroli Temples Complex open at 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM

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