The temples of Rajasthan are a testimony to the great architectural movement which has gripped the state since the 8th century. The temples are a symbol of the religious belief and faith of the people of Rajasthan. These holy sites, besides being the place of religious worship, are the meeting grounds of people to celebrate traditions and festivals of Rajasthan. The common thread which runs in these temples is the single shikhara, or spire, and intricately carved outer chamber called the mandap before the inner sanctum. The temples of Rajasthan are exquisitely carved and sculptured and are beautiful structures to view. These holy shrines are said to be found in almost all the cities, towns, and villages of Rajasthan and thus, are deeply a part of the Rajasthani culture.


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