Samadhisvara Temple

Samadhisvara Temple ulasan, Chittaurgarh

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MumbaiRiders
Mumbai (Bombay), India1.399 kontribusi
Mar 2021
This is a Hindu temple located in the same "Vijay Stambha complex" on the northern bank of Gaumukh Kund reservoir and dedicated to Lord Shiva.Evidence suggests this temple was constructed in the 11th century and restored during the 13th and 15th centuries. Temple ruins destroyed by invaders can be seen on the ground in front of the temple.
Ditulis pada 25 Maret 2021
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Dalbir_S_Virdi
Navi Mumbai, India3.027 kontribusi
Des 2019
An ancient Hindu Temple where you can see three faces of Lord Shiva depicting Truth (Satya), Splendor (Royalty) and Anger (Krodh / Tam). Regular Aarti and prayers are conducted at this Temple by the Priest. Photography is allowed. The surroundings of the Temple have several artifacts which have been gathered from ruins are being preserved for restoration. There is a very old electro-mechanical devise inside this temple which produces background instrumental music during Aarti. It was fascinating to watch it in working condition.
Ditulis pada 12 Februari 2020
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macedonboy
Glasgow, UK153.188 kontribusi
Des 2019
The Samadhishvara Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Shiva. The name of the temple comes from Samadhishvara, which means "Lord of Samadhi". That being another name for Shiva. The temple design is a mixed bag of different styles, which is unsurprising since this has been an active temple since the 11th century. The exterior of the temple has a very distinct bands of relief on different levels. The lower levels contains half relief sculptures of elephants, followed by relief of cavalry, then dancing sati and civic processions, as move you move up the levels.

The roof of the temple is a conical pyramid, with many smaller conical pyramids surround the main one, that gives the impression of a single pyramid when far off enough. An interesting mix of architectural styles.
Ditulis pada 16 Desember 2019
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NILIMA_11
Mumbai (Bombay), India317 kontribusi
Jul 2019
Chittorgarh fort has many temples and one them is Smadhishvara . The temple is dedicated to Lord shiva and was built by Raja Bhoha of Paramara dynasty in the middle of the 11th century. Raja Bhoja also built many other monuments in the chittorgarh fort. The most famous is Samdhishvara temple !

This temple is later renovated by Maharana Mokal of Sisodia Dynasty in 1428, it is also known as Mokal temple.
The temple has three enterances. It has arth mandap, sabha mandap, antaral and very huge garbha griha. ( sanctum santorium) The temple built in Nagara style of architecture.

The main deitiies are Brahama, Vishnu, and Mahesh / Shiva. The trinity of three main gods of Hindus where . Brahrama as a creator on the left side while vishnu in the middle as a preserver and on right is Shiva / Mahesh as a destroyer of evil.

This ancient temple is adorn with beautiful carving on the outside walls. Outside the temple is seated Nandi ,
the Bull of shiva and on the other side is a gaumukh kund or reservoir. The water of the reservoir falls on the shiv ling through out the year. .
Ditulis pada 12 September 2019
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Kaushik G
Mumbai (Bombay), India4.068 kontribusi
Okt 2018 • Pasangan
We had visited this beautiful Samadhisvara Temple located inside Chittorgarh fort during our vacation in Udaipur. This temple is located at a place which originally was the cremation area of the royal family living inside the fort. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva but there is no Shiva lingam inside the temple but instead there is a unique 3 headed idol of Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh. We liked the beautiful intricate sculptures on the walls, pillars and dome of the temple.
Ditulis pada 3 Juli 2019
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RajeevDr
6.075 kontribusi
Jan 2019 • Pasangan
This 11th century temple is the oldest amongst the temples built in this historic fort , but the craftsmanship still shines through the stories carved in stone.This temple was originally built by Raja Bhoja of Parmara dynasty in early 11th century near the sacred Gaumukh kund , & later was extensively renovated by Maharana Mokal in 1428 , therefore known as Mokaljis temple.The temple has a pyramidal roof typical of Jain Architecture . The base of the temple is in the form of an inverted lotus. The sanctum sanctorum houses a huge 9 ft idol of Trimurti - Brahma - the creator , Vishnu - the preserver , Mahesh - the destroyer . There is a big nandi statue in the west . In the south a long staircase leads to the Gaumukh kund. The walls of the temple & the pillars are richly decorated with remarkable sculptures & inscriptions of that period.
Ditulis pada 12 Maret 2019
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S. Singh
India5.488 kontribusi
Feb 2018 • Keluarga
Samadhisvara Temple , Near Gaumukha Reservoir , in Chittaurgarh Fort ,Rajasthan

On The Hill Area, Inside The Chittaurgarh Fort .
Ticket- Only The Entrance Ticket for Chittaurgarh Fort should be Purchase for all attraction of This UNESCO Side in The Fort .

Guide - yes, Have One of This very Large area , Better to search Guide very near to Ticket Counter , and see the ID CARD and DATE ON CARD , also fix the price before start the visit and should ask that what of the places he will go threw visit,
and should have taxi / cab / car inside the fort , for visit surrounding all area.

In all attractions , one of the Visit Point is Samadhisvara Temple.

Samadhisvara Temple is Near by Vijay Stambh and the other Side of Temple is the way of Gaumukha Reservoir

Samadhisvara Temple is a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva originally built Bhoja Parmara in early 11th century AD but later on renovated by Mokalin 1428. Apart from the Statue of lord Shiva enshrined in the heart of the temple,with Garbhagriha, antarala an Gudha-mandapa with mukhmandapa (entrance porch)

A colossal Statue of three faced Lord Shiva is enshrined in the sanctum. Lord Shiva with Three faces, i.e., northern, western and southern sides. Three faces meaning as creator, preserver and destroyer.

Shoes not allowed inside the table

For Reaching in area to temple from Fort entry and Viewing taking 2 hours at-least

Must have water bottles and hat and proper shoes.

Do not take food items with in hands and bags because of lots of monkeys .
Ditulis pada 19 Januari 2019
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charoos
mumbai639 kontribusi
Des 2018
Situated close to Vijay Stambh, this is a beautiful temple with superb carvings. The workmanship is superb. The Trimurti idol of Lord Shiva is super.
Ditulis pada 4 Januari 2019
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yash g
Gurgaon, India234 kontribusi
Nov 2018
Carvings are bit different and adjacent to the stambh.you can spend around 15 minutes admiring it.it is also the entry place to go to gaumukh kund
Ditulis pada 13 November 2018
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Sweta P
617 kontribusi
Mar 2018 • Keluarga
When we visited, much traffic was there but we still visited, it has very good structure and designing part, big one though.
Ditulis pada 26 April 2018
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