Mammadev Temple


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Mammadev Temple Overview

Ranked 7 of 9 sightseeing in Kumbhalgarh

In 1460, the Mammadev Temple and kund were built by Rana Kumbha. The temple is situated below the fort and originally consisted of four slabs. The slabs had inscriptions on them providing the history of Mewar, from the period of Guhil, the founder of Mewar dynasty till Rana Kumbha, who was a great builder of temples and forts.

Presently, the slabs are preserved in the Udaipur Museum. The temple houses the image of Kuber, the God of Wealth and two cenotaphs or ‘chhatris’, in memory of Rana Kumbha and Prithviraj Chauhan, the famous warrior and knight errant of Mewar. A large reservoir or kund is situated close to the temple, nearby the cenotaph of Prithviraj Chauhan.

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Monday - Friday:
6:00 AM -7:00 PM
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6:00 AM -7:00 PM
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6:00 AM -7:00 PM

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Rizwanuddin Rafiq

Rizwanuddin Rafiq3.6/5

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A fort with about 360 temples

Mammadev Temple is also known as Kumbha Shyam temple which is situated in the Kumbhalgarh fort and sanctum dedicated to Kubera God of wealth and ritual tank or reservoir was also built by Maharana Kumbha. It was having four slabs, which are preserved in the Udaipur Museum and many inscriptions regarding the history of Mewar dynasty from founder King Gohil to Maharana Kumbha and two cenotaphs.As this fort was having about 360 temples now many of them are turned to ruins and archaeological peoples are not there in sufficient numbers to explore and identify the monuments related to the history.

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Mammadev Temple, Kumbhalgarh

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Mammadev Temple, Kumbhalgarh
Mammadev Temple, Kumbhalgarh

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Mammadev Temple, Kumbhalgarh