Where is the Birla Temple in India

Laxmi Narayan Temple, Jaipur (Rajasthan, India)

About Laxmi Narayan Mandir

The Birla Mandir is a Hindu temple in Jaipur, which was initially known as the Lakshmi Narayan Temple and is now traded under the name of the Moti Dungri Fortress. He is part of the several Birla Mandirs in India. This temple is a proud architectural landmark of Jaipur. The great temple sits on a prominent floor at the base of the Moti Dungari hills in Rajasthan. Built from pure white marble, the Birla Temple is a modern approach in contrast to the traditional old Hindu temples.

The temple is one of the main attractions of Jaipur and is particularly noticeable at night when it is colorfully illuminated at night. The huge temple was built over the years, in 1988, by the Birla Industrial Group, one of India's industrial tycoons. It is dedicated to the god Vishnu (Narayan) as well as the sustainer and his companion Lakshmi, the goddess of prosperity. For this reason, the Birla Temple is also known as the Laxmi Narayan Temple. The three large areas of the temple complex symbolize 3 different approaches to religion. The beautiful white marble temple captivates the audience when it is illuminated at night. Ganesh is the protector of the household and sits clearly above a plinth opposite the entrance area, also made of fine marble quality. Lakshmi Narayan's paintings attract attention. Many deities of the Hindu pantheon are depicted on the outside walls of the temple, as well as great figures of history and facts from all religions, including Zarathustra, Christ, Socrates, Confucius and Budhda. The Laxmi Narayan Mandir is a modern architectural marvel and is surrounded by lush green gardens. The attractive exterior of the temple is wonderfully adorned with beautiful sculptures, while the interior is home to large marble slabs from mythological events.

Inside this magnificent tomb, the wonderfully formed deity Vishnu as well as the goddess Lakshmi and other Hindu gods and goddesses can be seen. Fine carvings of Hindu symbols and ancient quotations from the Gita and the Upanishads adorn the walls of these enchanting temples. You can also see the fantastic festivals engraved on the walls. In addition to the religious idols, the images and figures of several religious saints, philosophers such as Socrates, Buddha, Zarathustra and Confucius are also included in the temple. The temple is a true work of art, which represents the architectural beauty in modern form.
 

history

The Birla Temple was built in 1988 by Baldeo Das Birla and his son Jugal Kishore Birla from the Birla family. Therefore, the temple is also known as the Birla Temple.
 

layout

The Moti Dungri fortress with the Birla Temple has 3 domes, which represent the 3 religions of India. It pays homage to the secular character (mental separation of religion and state) of the country. The Birla Temple is characterized by lush gardens and the magic of the temple.
 

Visitor time

The best time to visit this temple is from October to March. The festival "Janmashtami", the birthday of Lord Krishna, is celebrated here with great passion and joie de vivre. At this time, the temple can be admired in all its splendor and extent. At night you can experience the beautifully illuminated temple in front of the dark skyline.
 

Sights nearby

In addition to the main temple, the Birla temple complex contains a magnificent museum showing the property of the Birla family and an amazing garden with a shopping mall. Various products can be bought in the center and is therefore ideal for tourists. The hotel is very close to the Birla Temple and is another famous temple of Jaipur, the Ganesh Mandir or Moti Dungri Temple. The people who visit the Birla Temple usually go to see the Ganesh Mandir.

The Birla Temple has a peaceful and calm atmosphere, which suits this religious site. The beautiful structural patterns of the temple and the graceful sculptures represent the architecture stylishly and make India appear modern. The Birla Temple is conveniently located in the city of Jaipur and is surrounded by a luxurious garden, so this temple is one of the main attractions for tourists.

Lord Vishnu and his wife Lakshmi were dedicated to the Birla Mandir in the pink city. Still, the temple was not named after its deities as the corporate giants of the Birla Foundation built this complex. This was built from impressive white marble and presents it in an exciting look.
 

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