Kumbha Shyam Temple in Rajasthan

Kumbha Shyam Temple Rajasthan

The temples of Chittorgarh are also one of the reasons for such a large number of tourists coming to Rajasthan. The Kumbha Shyam temple is one of the most popular temples in Chittorgarh; also it is one of the best-preserved Chittorgarh Fort Temples. Kumbha Shyam Temple is named after the Rana Kumbha, it is one of the most visited temples in the region. Kumbha Shyam Temple is also known as Kumbhaswamini temple, it is a unique temple dedicated to Boar or the Varaha Avatar of Vishnu. This temple was built in a typical North Indian Nagar style of temple architecture with carvings everywhere in 16th CE.
... The mandapa of the Kumbha Shyam Temple has a pyramidical roof. While Garbhagriha has a tall Shikhara, there is a Pradakshina path or circumambulation path that goes around the sanctum. All the walls of this place are also intricately carved. The image of Varaha in the temple can only be seen at the back of the Garbhagriha. In the main sanctum, a new image of Krishna & Balaram has been placed, which is decorated with colorful clothes in a very contemporary way. An interesting feature about this Kumbha Shyam temple is a Garuda Mandapa is there in front of the temple.


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