Ramavaikunth Temple (Pushkar)
This intricately carved temple dates back to 1920 and has images of 361 deities.
This temple in Pushkar has high stone spires atop pagodas in the South India temple architectural style.
It is said that the temple was built by masons especially brought for this purpose from South India.
The Ramavaikunth temple is an intricately carved Hindu temple dating to the 1920 and has images of 361 deities. Its high stone spires atop pagodas and the rest of the temple were built by masons especially brought for this purpose from south India. The Savitri temple is located on top of a hill overlooking the lake. The hike up the hill is long and arduous via a stairway built in the 4th century, and if panoramic views are a necessity for you, the trek will be worth it. This temple is dedicated to Brahma's wife Savitri and its origin dates back to over 2,000 years.