Shri Manshapurna Karni Mata Temple

Shri Manshapurna Karni Mata Temple

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Shri Manshapurna Karni Mata Temple Udaipur Rajasthan


The Shri Manshapurna Karni Mata Temple is a Hindu temple located on the Machla Magra Hills, near the Doodh Talai Lake in Udaipur, Rajasthan, India. It enshrines the stone idol of Karni Mata, the goddess of wishes. There are views from the temple of the city and its lakes.


The temple was built in the 14th century by Maharana Karan Singh. It was renovated in the 16th century by Maharana Udai Singh. The temple is named after Karni Mata, a Hindu saint who lived in the 14th century. She is said to have blessed Maharana Karan Singh with a son, and in gratitude, he built the temple in her honor.


The temple is built in the Rajput style of architecture. It has a white marble facade and a red sandstone interior. The temple is decorated with intricate carvings and paintings.


The main deity of the temple is Karni Mata, who is also known as the "Rat Goddess". She is depicted as a woman with a white face and red eyes. She is seated on a throne and is holding a sword and a trident.


The Shri Manshapurna Karni Mata Temple is one of the most important temples in Udaipur. It is a popular pilgrimage site for Hindus from all over India. The temple is also a popular tourist destination.


The main festival celebrated at the temple is the Karni Mata Mahotsav, which is held in the month of Chaitra (March-April). The festival is celebrated for nine days and it attracts a large number of devotees.

Visiting the Temple:

The temple is open from 6:00 AM to 12:00 PM and from 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM. The best time to visit the temple is in the morning or evening, when the weather is cooler.

How to Reach:

The temple is located about 3 km from the city center. You can reach the temple by auto-rickshaw or taxi. There is also a bus service that runs from the city center to the temple.