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Temple bells

A Rajasthani gem that’s a pure blend of serenity and a pious ambiance, Ranakpur is a small and serene township between Udaipur and Jodhpur located in the Pali district of Rajasthan. The town is primarily famous for the 15th century Ranakpur Jain Temple, which holds religious significance for the Jains.

Ranakpur boasts of some of the most elegant and highly revered temples of western India. Endless arid fields and the beauty of its temples come together to create an environment that’s nothing short of mesmerizing. 


Jain Temple Ranakpur

Rankpur's Derasar

The 15th century Ranakpur Jain Temple, is one of the most prominent Jian temples in the country, let alone Rajasthan, with a strong religious significance to the Jains.

The temple itself is dedicated to Tirthankara Adinatha and has been made in his honor. 

Renowned for its unique carvings and intricate architecture, the temple interestingly also gained popularity on account of the money population that throng the area.   

Surya Narayan Temple

Sun Temple

Also known as the Sun Temple, the Surya Narayan Temple dedicated to Lord Sun is a popular tourist destination for the tourists visiting Ranakpur. The temple is a work of art and projects several murals on its walls. The temple also has circular structures on its walls which are dedicated to the Sun God. The temple walls have carvings of celestial bodies, horses, and warriors.  It is known for its carving of the Sun God riding on a chariot which is drawn by seven horses.

Kumbhalgarh Fort

Walled Relic

One of the more prominent attractions in Rajasthan is the Kumbhalgarh Fort, built by Maharana Rana Kumbha in the 15th century. The fort is at an altitude of 1100 m above sea level and offers an enchanting view of the Aravalli range and the splendid sand dunes of the Thar Desert.

There are around 360 temples inside the fort. Of all of them, the temple dedicated to Lord Shiva is a must visit. Now the fort has been converted into a museum and is open for the general public to visit. The fort also has a palace, which is known as Badal Palace or the palace of clouds.

Muchala Mahavir Jain Temple

Moustached Heritage

Muchhal Mahavir Temple is a must visit on your trip to Ranakpur. Situated along the Kumbhalgarh Sanctuary about 5 kms from the village of Ghanerao, the temple is dedicated to the Hindu Lord Shiva.

The highlight of the temple is that the idol of the Hindu Lord Shiva is shown here with a moustache. 


Jeep Safari at Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary

Fort-ified Safari

Explore the beauty of the flora and fauna of this unique wildlife sanctuary in Kumbhalgarh that surrounds the famous hilltop fort. The sanctuary covers an area of close to 600 sq. kms and covers large parts of the Aravali range in central Rajasthan. 

The sanctuary can be explored either on foot or with a jeep safari. V Resorts Jungle Lodge Ghanerao, also organize special treks to the Kumbhalgarh fort, through the sanctuary.

The sanctuary is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna, chief among which is the sloth bear, wolf, leopard, golden jackal, stripped hyen and sambhars. The birds at the park include rare species such as the Red Spurfowl, Parakeet, Golden oriole, and the white-breasted kingfisher.

how to get there

1. By Air - Nearest airport to Ranakpur is Udaipur. Udaipur to Ranakpur 106 kms

2. By Rail - Nearest railway staion to Ranakpur is Khimel, about 27 km from Ranakpur. 

3. By Road - Ranakpur is well connected to the main state and national highways. 

- Udaipur to Ranakpur - 94 kms via NH27 and RJ SH 32

- Jaipur to Ranakpur - 358 kms via NH48 and NH58

- Delhi to Ranakpur - 627 kms via NH48 and NH58

4. By Bus - . The nearest major bus station is Falna which is around 27 km away from here. Falna receives regular buses from the major cities of the state.

when to visit

The winter months are the best time for visiting Ranakpur. The weather is conducive to moving about and sightseeing at this time. 

Local cuisine

Rajasthani Cuisine

deliciousness beyond Dal Bati and Laal Maas

The arid vegetation of the Rjasthan lends itself in the most delicious way to the flavors of the region. From the commoner's staple Dal Bati Churma to the more indulgent Laal Maas, the Rajasthani flavors bring alive the spicy treat the royal land is much regarded for. 

Click here to read more about the Rajasthani cuisine. 

Local Shopping

Shopping in Ranakpur

Jewels and Gems!

Although Ranakpur is a small township, it’s something of a hidden paradise for the people looking to indulge in glitzy shopping trail. The place has several markets that offer exquisite silver jewellery, bangles and gem stones.

One is also likely to come across stone carved products as well as colorful puppets in the local markets. You can find pottery items as well. 

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