Laxminath Temple in Bikaner was built in the 14th century by Maharaja Rao Lunkaran. However it was further built up by Maharaja Ganga Singhji, it captures huge tourist attention. This temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi it also enshrines the gracious Vishnu and Lakshmi images, that plays a major role in attracting travelers to the temple.
... Throughout the year numerous devotees who repose faith in these Hindu deities visit this temple to offer prayers. It is said that this has become a sort of tradition because for last more than four and half centuries devotees are coming here to worship, it is counted among the very old temples of Bikaner. The Bikaner Laxminath Temple is among the must-visit spots in the city.
it has a special position among all the architectural brilliance for boasting superlative archeological skills of the artisans and artists. Apart from the shrines the most exquisite handiwork, beautiful paintings, and sculptures inside the temple is the doorway which is embellished in silver work. Festivals are majorly celebrated at the temple, which are Nirjala Ekadashi, Janmashtami, Ramnavami, Diwali and Geeta Jayanti and one must not miss visiting the temple during these festivals. This place is usually quiet and is suited to spend a peaceful time.
Q. What Laxmi Nath Temple is famous for?
Ans. Laxminath Temple is famous for its spirituality, religious sites, and landmarks.
Q. What are the nearby places to visit from Laxmi Nath Temple?
Ans. Junagarh Fort, Ganga Government Museum, National Research Institute on Camel, Rampuria Haveli, Kote Gate, Ganjer Lake, The Royal Cenotaphs, Bhandasar Jain Temple, Prachina Temple, and Karni Mata Temple.
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