Bhand Devra Temple


Bhand Devra Temple Overview

Ranked 7 of 12 sightseeing in Baran

Bhand Devra Temple, also known as the Khajuraho of Rajasthan, was constructed between the 11th and 12th centuries. This temple lies on Ramgarh hill and is under the Government for its restoration work. It is a Lord Shiva Temple that was constructed in the traditional Khajuraho style.

The temples lie on the banks of a small pond and is known as the mini Khajuraho of Rajasthan. Ramgarh hill is also famous for the ancient Kisnai and Annapurna Devi temples that are located inside a cave. These temples can be reached by over 750 steps that were constructed here by Jhala Jalim Singh.

One of the goddesses of the temple is worshipped with meva and the other goddess is worshipped with mas-madira. During Kartik Purnima, a fair is organised at this temple for worshipping the two goddesses.

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