The small city of Karauli that has recently caught the attention of tourists is an exquisite home to well-decorated havelis, peaceful shrines, picturesque views and imprinted chhatris that dot the entire city.
Let's explore the wondrous sites that Karauli has to offer.
Kaila Devi Temple - Situated on the outskirts of Karauli, at a distance of about 25 km from the city is the temple of Kaila Devi. This beautiful shrine is right on the banks of Kalisal River in the ranging hills of Trikut. The Kaila Devi Temple hosts an annual fair that lasts a fortnight and attracts millions of pilgrims every year.
Madan Mohan Ji Temple - Madan Mohan, another name for Lord Krishna is a very well celebrated temple in Karauli. One can see intricately carved idols of Lord Krishna and his consort Radha there. The ambiance is ancient and the architecture reflects the medieval age using the Karauli stone.
Shri Mahavir Ji Temple - Shri Mahavir Ji Temple, as the name suggests is a spectacular architectural structure dedicated to the Jain Tirthankaras. It is one of the most visited and famous pilgrimage destinations for the Jains. The sculpture, design, and structure of this building are highly inspired by Jain art.
Mehandipur Balaji Temple - The Mehandipur Balaji Temple is a world-renowned temple dedicated to Monkey God, Lord Hanuman. The temple is located in a small village of Karauli called Mehandipur and is highly reputed for ritualistic healing and exorcism of evil spirits and ghosts.
Gomti Dham - Gomti Dham is famous for the ashram of Sant Gomti Das Ji, facing Sagar Talab and Timangarh fort amidst dense forest. This arena of peace and tranquillity is a much-needed getaway from your daily grind.
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