Rangji Temple, Pushkar, Rajasthan

Rangji temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu's incarnation form as Lord Rangji. This temple is located in Pushkar, in the Indian state of Rajasthan. This temple was built by a wealthy merchant from Hyderabad, Seth Puran Mal Ganeriwal in the year 1823. Even though the temple is dedicated to Lord Rangji, idols of several other gods and goddesses are present in the temple, such as the idols of Goddess Laxmi, Lord Krishna, Shri Ramanujacharya and many more. There are idols of Garuda at the each corner of the temple which is an indication of Lord Vishnu's temple. The four corners of the temple represent the four exists of Lord Vishnu.

The Pushkar Rangji temple was built according to the Rajputana and Mughal architecture along with southern India architecture style, as the temple was built by a person who was from Hyderabad. As various idols of gods and goddesses are present within the temple, devotees keep visiting the temple during the festive season.

The city of Pushkar is a very famous city when it comes it pilgrimage sites. This city is famous for being home to more than 400 temples which are dedicated to various Hindu gods and goddesses. And out of the 400 temples present in the city, Rangji temple is top is the list of temples to visit in Pushkar due to the architecture and how Lord Vishnu is being represented in the form of Lord Rangji. Therefore, the city Pushkar and the Rangji temple are the most popular tourist destination sites doing a pilgrimage.


Pushkar Rangji temple open at 06:00 AM to 06:00 PM - Everyday

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