RishabhDeo (Kesariyaji) Fair of Udaipur

Located at a distance of about 65 km from Udaipur and surrounded by river Koyal on three sides is the small town of Rishabhdeo on way to Ahmedabad. The main idol in the ancient temple is that of Lord Rishabhdeo. On the occasion of the birthday of the Lord on Chaitya Krishna Asthami is held a huge fair that attracts lacs of devotees from not only places such as Bagidora, Pratapgarh, and Dhariawad but also other states like Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.

RishabhDeo (Kesariyaji) Fair of Udaipur
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Kesariyaji is another name of this ancient temple. Devotees offer ‘kesar’ as it is felt that saffron is extremely pure, good for health and has a sweet fragrance. It also makes the stone of the idol stronger. It not only saves the atmosphere from pollution but creates a feeling of elation among worshippers. It is believed that Gods shower ‘kesar’ here every day. The main idol of Rishabhdeo has a carving of a bunch of hair (‘kes’ or ‘kesh’) from which the temple gets its name. Its another name is Kalaji temple as the idol is made of black stone. Dhulev is its yet another name. Maybe it is because it is believed that a villager name Dhoolia had seen the idol of the Lord at the spot in a dream.

According to historians, the idol was brought from the ancient capital of Vagad Pradesh Vatpadrak, Baroda town that is now in Dungarpur district. It was once a big center of Jainism. According to another version it was shifted from Jawas or Khunadari village that used to be a state of Mewar for reasons of safety. The temple is believed to have been built in the second century with unbaked earthen bricks and was built again with ‘pareva’ stone in the eighth century.

RishabhDeo (Kesariyaji) Fair of Udaipur
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The temple is a living example of communal harmony and is considered to be a highly sacred place by different communities such as Digambar and Shwetambar Jain Sects, Shaivas, Vaishnavas, Bhils, and others. It is a big place of pilgrimage for Hindus as they consider the deity to be one of the nine incarnations of Lord Vishnu. As also for Jains who consider it to be of the first of their twenty-four Tirthankars. The Bhils also have a great reverence for Kesariyaji.

The attractive 3.5 feet high idol of Lord Rishabdeo in black stone is placed on a 1.5 feet high seat in the inner part of the temple. There are nine small Jin idols which are the forms of Navagraha and also a depiction of sixteen dreams. On the sides and upper part of the idol is the attractive throne with the idols of the 13 Tirthankars that are made of metal. Except for the throne, the inner temple and its door are coated with silver.

RishabhDeo (Kesariyaji) Fair of Udaipur
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After entering through the first door of the Nakkarkhana one comes to a ‘chowk’ and has the darshan of Padmawati in the south and of Chakreshwari Devi in the north. To reach the main temple one has to climb up ten stairs. Another three steps take one to Nau Chowki Mandap that gets its name as it rests on nine pillars. On entering the third gate, comes Rang Mandap and connected to it is Garbhaagrah. The domes over artistic Shikhars, Rangmandap and Nau Chowk are very attractive. The divine, singing and dancing forms, ‘apsaras’ and other figures carved on the outer walls are really exquisite.

On the other side of the ‘parikrama’ of the temple, there are Hindu temples of Charbhujaji and Eklingji. The former is on the left of the temple while that of Eklingji is at the back.

RishabhDeo (Kesariyaji) Fair of Udaipur
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A fascinating feature of this ancient temple is the use of jal ghadi, water clock that decides the timings of all the rituals that are performed in it. The clock is set up near the main gate of the temple. In a wooden box is put a big copper pot that is filled with water. There is another small copper cup with a hole in it. It is full of water in 24 minutes. As soon as it is full, the guard rings a bell to signal the time. There is a difference of about 45 minutes in the time indicated by this water clock and Indian Standard Time. Forty-five minutes make one ‘ghadi’, eight ‘ghadis’ make one ‘prahar’ and four ‘prahars’ make one day.

The ‘Abhishek’ of the idol with water and then with milk is performed in the morning at about 7:30. Water is used again and the idol is dried with a cloth. This is followed by Dhoop Khewan (incense) and ‘poojan’ with Kesar and flowers. Then at about 2 in the afternoon this whole process is repeated. In the evening is done ‘aangidharan’ that is worn till 8 pm.

RishabhDeo (Kesariyaji) Fair of Udaipur
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The famous fair attracts tourists not only from nearby places but also from distant ones in states such as Maharashtra, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh, shopkeepers from different places start setting up shops at the fair site days in advance. Shops are put up especially in areas like Purana Bijlighar, new bus stand, Pagliaji Marg, Patuna Chowk etc. A main attraction is the ‘jhoolas’ and shops in Patuna Chowk and big ‘jhoolas’ in Gurukul Ground. Cosmetic items and objects made of plaster of Paris are in great demand. Arms such as bows and arrows are also sold in large number as the fair is attended by a huge number of tribals. Swings for children, ‘doller chakri’ and magic shows attract a big number of devotees. Some religious organizations distribute free food to the pilgrims. The presence of rural tribal folk dressed in traditional costumes and dancing on folk music is a special attraction of the fair.

With the firing of twenty-one canons by the ‘jawans’ of the temple force at about 6:30 in the morning, the gates of the Mandir are thrown open to devotees for ‘Mangladarshan Pooja’. They gather outside the main gate of the temple after a bath in the nearby Koyal river, Surajkund, and ‘baoris’ near Pagliyaji. The men are dressed in ‘dhoti’ and ‘pachewadi’ and women wear ‘abotiyan’. Abhishek with water, milk, and saffron is performed. Bids are invited for ‘dhwajarohan’ that is done just after midday. The highest bidders are given the first chance to perform the rituals.

Tastefully decorated with flowers, fruits etc. the chariot with the idol of Rishabhdeo is taken to the main gate with the playing of religious songs by the band of Bhandar Dhulev. In the afternoon gun Salutes are also given. The 80-year old ‘ratha’ is made of 50 kg silver and has 2 silver horses in the front. It is drawn by devotees. Passing through the main streets of Rishabh Chowk, Johri Bazaar, Sadar Bazaar, Nehru Bazaar and Hospital Road, the big procession reaches Pagliyaji. Devotees keep singing and dancing all along the way. For ‘pooja archana’ bids are invited. At about 8 pm the procession returns to the temple where it is welcomed by the firing of guns. Janakalyan and Mangal Deepak Aarti are performed at midnight.

A huge number of devotees congregate here on this occasion that also showcases the rich folk culture of Mewar.

Famous Temples In and Around Udaipur

Most of us are unaware that Udaipur is also famous for its temples. These temples are visited by several thousand tourists every year. Many tourists visit these temples regularly. The vibrant and marvelous historical background of Mewar region reveals that many of these temples were built by the emperors of Mewar dynasty. Throughout the history; the emperors of Mewar had showcased a blend of courage and spirituality. These are few famous temples of Udaipur and their small stories behind their construction.

#1 Bohra Ganesh Temple

Bohra Ganesh Ji

Bohra Ganesh Ji a very old and famous temple of Udaipur is situated near Mohanlal Sukhadia University. A standing statue of Shri Ganesh Ji has been established which bestow blessings to hundreds of devotees visiting every day. In India it is a custom to worship Lord Ganesh whenever something new is started like new business, new asset or starting a new relationship. Wednesday is considered as the special day to worship Lord Ganesha. Thousands of devotees visit Bohra Ganesh Ji temple to offer Prayer and Prasad (Sweets) to Shri Ganesh Ji. Without his worship no holy work is considered to be complete.

 

#2 Karni Mata Temple

Karni Mata

Karni Mata Temple is situated at Machhla Hills and surrounded by the bliss of the nature. Being situated at height, people can enjoy the panoramic view of Lake Pichhola, Dudh Talai and Sajjangarh. The sunset could be enjoyed in the evening from the sunset point built beside the temple. The temple could be reached through the rope way that starts from Dudh Talai or through stairs that starts from Deendayal Upadhyay Park. Maharana Karan Singh made residence at Machhla Magra between 1620 and 1628. During this time the temple was built. For a long time it remained as a deserted place and in 1997 Manshapurna Karni Mata Development Committee renovated it.

 

#3 Ekling Ji Temple

Ekling Ji temple is situated 22 kilometers far from Udaipur. It is said that the forefathers of Bappa Rawal ruled the Mewar dynasty. They had enmity with the Mauryas. The Mauryas wanted to kill their family. His mother escaped and came to a place known as Kailashpuri. Bappa started grazing herd of cows. One day he noticed that a cow entered into the dense bushes and at a lonely place and started shredding milk. The place was later recognized as shivalingam and after that Ekling ji temple was built by Bappa Rawal.

 

#4 Jagdish Temple

Jagdish Mandir

Jagdish Temple was built by Maharana Jagat Singh of Udaipur. Maharana Jagat Singh had deep devotion in Lord Jaganath Puri of Orissa. He used to visit Jagan Nath temple in every annual rath yatra. At one occasion he could not reached at the rath yatra on time and he had to halt in the midst of his journey. Maharana got disappointed a lot that he could not attend the rath yatra. When re reached there he had a dream in which the Lord told him that there is no need to travel such long distance and he could made a temple in his city itself. After returning Udaipur he started the construction of the temple.

 

#5 Neemach Mata

Neemach Mata

Neemach Mata is a famous temple in Udaipur and it is situated at a small hill top near Fateh Sagar Lake. According to the residents here this temple is also considered as Vaishno Devi of Udaipur. The name Neemach Mata came due to its origin, which is under a Neem tree. People here believe that those who come here regularly and offer their worship never get any skin ailments due to the strong spiritual spirit of the neem tree. Several pilgrims and tourists visit the Neemach Mata temple every year.

 

#6 Shrinath Ji Temple

Shriji

Shrinath Ji temple is situated at Nathdwara, which is around 50 kilometers from Udaipur city and it is also termed as the gateway to lord Shrinath Ji. The temple was built in 17th century and owes a great story behind it. It is said that an idol of Lord Krishna was transferred to a distant and safer place from Vrindavan. There were chances of its destruction of the idol by the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb. When the idol reached this placed the bull cart stuck in deep mud and could not moved further. The priest accompanying the idol thought it as the right place and therefore Shrinath Ji temple was built in Nathdwara. The spirituality of the temple is so strong that from the poorest to richest person in the world including celebrities & stars visit Shrinath Ji temple for darshans and manoraths.

 

#7 Ambamata Temple

Amba Mata Ji

The Ambamata Temple deserves the fame as it is one of the main temple of Udaipur. The temple too has a fascinating story behind its construction. It is been said that the erstwhile Maharana of Udaipur Maharana Raj Singh had severe eye problem that did not recovered after treatment. Someone suggested Maharana Raj Singh to have darshan of Amba Mata in Gujarat. At the night before the departure for his journey he had a dream of Goddesses that told him to construct the temple in Udaipur. Next day Maharana visited the place where he found the statue of Ambamata and started the construction of the temple and his ailment also recovered very soon.

 

#8 Sagasji Bavji Temple

Sagas Ji Bavji

Sagasji Bavji temple is situated at Sarvaritu Vilas. Sagasji Bavji is worshiped as a symbol of bravery as people say that he never lost a war in his life. Sagasji was son of Maharaj Raj Singh. When Sagasji lost his life his wife Maharani Kunwariprada became a sati. Every year Sagasji’s birthday is celebrated with full glory and fervor. Thousands of devotees wait in long queues to have a glimpse of Sagasji Maharaj. There is a large idol of Ganesh Ji that catches eye of devotees visiting the temple. On his birthday the temple remains open for 24 hours for few days. The occasion is celebrated with night jagrans and the crowd enjoys with full enthusiasm and vigor.

 

#9 Mahalaxmi Temple

Mahalakshmi TempleThe Mahalaxmi Temple is situated at Bhattiyani Chohatta and it was named after Bhati Rani who developed this area. It is said that the temple was built by Maharana Shambhu Singh who fought a battle and brought idols of Mahalaxmi, Rishabhdev and Sundar Vinayak. Mahalaxmi is considered Goddess of wealth and prosperity and worshipped by everyone. The birthday of Mahalaxmi is celebrated every year with fervor and passion. Devotees visits temple and wait in long queues to offer their prayers and Prasad. On the day of Deepawali the temple opens at 5.30 am with the Mangla Aarti. His highness Shri Arvind Singh Mewar visits the temple every Diwali to offer prayers on the occasion of the holy festival of lights.

 

#10 Mahakaleshwar Temple

Mahakaleshwara Temple

The marvelous Mahakaleshwar Temple is situated at the bank of Fatehsagar Lake opposite Panna Vilas surrounded by the lush green Aravali Hills. The temple is spread around 3.5 acres of land and great saints like Guru Gorakhnath, the dignified devotee of Lord Shiva, has worshipped here. The devotees have strong faith in Lord Shiva and every day huge number of devotees visits temple to have a glimpse of Mahakaleshwar. The temple opens at 5.30 am with the first prayer and the last prayer takes place at 10.30 pm and the prayers are attended by hundreds of devotees. On special occasions the Rudrabhishek is also performed here by the temple priests.

 

#11 Rishabh Dev Ji

Shri Rishabh Dev Digambar Jain Atishay Kshetra is situated at Dhulev village at Udaipur. The place became famous as Rishabh Dev due to the miracles of Bhagwan Adinath (Rishabh Dev). This is also known as Kesariya Ji because there is a tradition of worshipping the idol with Kesar (Saffron). The idol having black color is also known as Kalia Baba and the local people call it by this name. The place is surrounded by the magnificent Aravali Mountain Range. The idol established here is very ancient as it even does not provide any information at the base. It is also said that this idol was worshipped by Acharya Vidyanand in 9th century. Few ancient petro graphs were also found here that reveals that this Khetra was renovated from time to time.

 

#12 Old Shrinath Ji Temple Ghasiyar

It is called as the Old Shrinath Ji Temple and it holds very long history behind construction of this temple. Shrinath Ji temple was made in Nathdwara and Shrinath Ji were well settled in Nathdwara temple. Soon Nathdwara faced attack from Scindia army. Having seen the glory and beautiful architecture of Nathdwara he threatened and asked for 3 Lacs gold coins as ransom. The Maharana of Udaipur being heard this soon made the arrangements to move Shrinath Ji to Udaipur. While Shrinath Ji moved to Udaipur a similar replica of Udaipur haveli was started building at a place called Ghasiyar. The scenic place was situated in midst of Gokunda Mountains. After keeping Shrinath Ji to Ghasiyar after some time they were again moved to Nathdwara. And this way the place Ghasiyar became famous as the Shrinath Ji temple.

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Udaipur District Zip Codes Or PIN Codes

Udaipur District PIN Codes and Zip Codes

Location PINCode / ZIPCode

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Udaipur Industrial Area 313003
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Udaipur Naya Sarafa 313001
Udaipur Palace Road 313001
Udaipur Pratapnagar 313001
Udaipur Railway Station 313001
Udaipur Rani Road 313001
Udaipur Station Road 313001
Udaipur Surajpole 313001
Udaipur University Campus 313001
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Ugamna Kotra 313802
Upreta 313701
Utharda 313706
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Vass 313702
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Veerpura 313905
Wali 313703
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Zinc Smelter 313024