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Temples

Ambamata Temple

Rajasthan , Udaipur

Revered by the royal family as well as the common people, the temple of Ambamata in Udaipur is dedicated to the divinity of Ambika devi and is closely linked with the Amba Mata temple in Gujarat. There are many devotees in the area who do not start any work before offering their prayers here. The royal family has a tradition of visiting the temple on second navratri. The temple was built by Maharana Raj Singh in the 17th century. He also gifted the surrounding lands to the temple.

Legend

The legend of the temple is associated with Maharana Raj Singh of the 17th century, an ardent devotee of Ambamata. An incurable eye disease continued to ail him, for which he was advised to visit the temple of the Goddess in Gujarat. That night, he had a dream in which the Goddess appeared and told him not to make the journey, instead she was coming to Mewar. She then gave instructions to dig a particular site, doing which they found an idol of A...View more

Architecture

The temple is made of white stone, built according to Vastu Shastra and is constructed on a 20 ft high platform. Steps lead to this pristine shrine, which has the entrance with golden lions on the either side. The platform where the idol put its foot for the first time is called Charanpatka or Charanpaduka. It is under a neem tree outside the temple. The mandap or the hall has a door decked with coloured glass. The main temple enshrines the idol ...View more

Darsan Info

Timings : Temple timings - 5.30 AM to 7.30 PM

Women make inverted swastika and pray for the fulfillment of their wishes. When wishes are granted they come back and after prayers set the swastika right.

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Darsan Dresscode

Devotees are advised to wear clean and conservative clothing.

Culture

Udaipur, the erstwhile capital of Mewar dynasty is one of the major cities of Rajasthan. Popular for its history, culture, scenic locations and the Rajput-era palaces, Udaipur is a favoured destination of tourists from all around the world.

Location and Contact

Eklavaya Colony, Shavri Colony, Udaipur, Rajasthan 313001

Udaipur is well connected to all major cities by air, rail and road. The temple around 3 km from the city centre and 5 km from Udaipur City railway station. Auto-rickshaws, taxis or personal vehicles can be taken to reach Ambamata Temple.

Additional Info

  1. Udaipur has hotels, resorts and accommodation  for all budgets. 
    Rajputana Udaipur (0294 329 6068)
    Cambay resort (092143 35549)
    The Amargarh resort (9079 2646 3724)
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  2. Punjab National Bank, ICICI Bank, Axis Bank
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Temple Rituals

The priests perform regular pujas and rituals to the deity.

Regular Offerings

flowers, garlands.

Special Rituals

It is customary for devotees coming to the temple first bow before the Charanpudaka.

Famous Festival

October - Navrathri
November - Diwali

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