Ganga Mandir

#1 of 6 things to do in Bharatpur

Located in the heart of the city, dedicated to Goddess Ganga, the temple is considered to be one of the greatest architecture pieces in the country. A marvellous blend of south Indian, Rajput and Mughal architectural styles, it is said that around 9 decades were taken to build the temple. Built-in 2 storey height, the walls and pillars of the temple are engraved beautifully with elaborate carvings. The idol of Goddess Durga in White marble is believed to be sitting on a huge crocodile. The entrance of the temple also has Lord Krishna in sculpture holding the Govardhan Mountain. There are statues of gods Shiva and his wife, Parvati as well as that of the Laxmi. The temple is decorated extensively to celebrate. the Ganga Dussehra and Ganga Saptami festivals. Every year a large number of tourists, as well as pilgrims, visit this place to enjoy and indulge in these religious festivals.

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Ganga Mandir  trip
Ganga Mandir  trip
Ganga Mandir  trip
Ganga Mandir  trip
Ganga Mandir  trip
Ganga Mandir  trip
Ganga Mandir  trip
Ganga Mandir  trip