Video - In and Around Govind Devji Temple
The first one was called with the name Lord "Madan Mohanji". The second one got recognition as the Lord "Gopi Nathji ". And then third one was given the name as it was divine majestic holy image is LORD "GOVIND DEVJI".The beautiful and magnificent images of Radha-Krishna don’t allow the devotees to take off their eyes from the lovely view of the God and Goddess. Very unique 'Aartis' and 'Bhog' are offered to the deity daily at seven different times of the day. Every time when the Radha-Krishna Idols are revealed to the devotees, they are clothed in and decorated in a different manner. The Devotees visiting this sacred and auspicious place get the glance or 'Darshan' of the deities, reverberates the temple with the pious phrase "Jai Govind".
In this scared Land of Lord Krishna, the Cow holds a sacred position and is rightly being called as "Gau Mata" ( The Mother Cow ). As Cow plays a significant role in the lives of people and the economy of this Nation; the management of the Temple is committed itself to the security, service and betterment of the Cow and motivates the people at large to this benevolent and pious cause.
Thousands of devotees thronged the temple, especially during Janmashtami, to commemorate the birth of Lord Krishna. It has been said that Emperor Akbar donated red sandstone meant for building Red Fort at Agra for construction of this Govind Devji temple. The architectural style of temple is built in a pleasing amalgamation of Western, Hindu and Muslim architectural traits.
The Govind dev ji temple of Lord Radha-Krishna is surrounded by beautiful gardens and places, this garden specially has a name Talkatora; in this garden there are many attractions available for children and youngsters.
This temple over the year has become important and a popular temple in Jaipur. Today the Satsang hall developed in this temple is a Guinness Record also.
Timings and Daily Schedule of Worship, Aarti and "Bhog":
- Mangala 5:00 am - 6:00 am
- Dhoop 8:30 am - 9:45 am
- Shringar 10:30 am - 11:15 am
- Rajbhog 11:45 am - 12:15 noon
- Gwal 5:30 pm - 6:00 pm
- Sandhya 6:30 pm - 7:45 pm
- Shayan 8:30 pm - 9:00 pm
The Timing of the Askhardham Temple for Dharshan is 9 AM - 9 PM (Tuesday-Sunday). Closed on Monday. Murti Darshan: 9 AM to 7 PM, Exhibitions: 9 AM to 6 PM, Musical Fountain Show: 6.45 PM, Premvati Food Court: 11 AM to 10 PM from October to March, Murti Darshan and Exhibitions close one hour earlier.
Samode is worth visiting which is a beautiful village known for the Samode Palace which was owned by a rawal of Samode.
Galta is very close to Jaipur, famous place for the sacred kunds – water reservoirs. The village is also known for temple of Galtaji which is located just beyond Sisodia Rani-ka Bagh.
Karauli is a pleasurable tour which is a must pray in the temple of Kaila Devi. Madan Mohanji and other historic monuments in this area are worth visiting. Devoteess can visit this place during the annual fair of Kalia Devi for extravagant experience.
This site is very close to Jaipur famous for the majestic Jaigarh Fort which was built during 15th and 18th century.
Balaji is at a distance of 102 Km from Jaipur which is a Hindu exorcism temple of Balaji mostly for people who suffer from possession. On Tuesday and Saturday there is a huge crowd of victims.
|Nearby tourist places to Govind Devji Temple
Jaipur can be reached by trains from Delhi, Agra and Mumbai. Jaipur jointly facilitates with Delhi by National highway-8 and Jaipur is 259 KM far from Delhi in the south west direction.
There are Daily Express and Luxuries trains from Jaipur to other major cities in the country.
One can reach the Govind Devji Temple after reaching Jaipur heading towards the temple through different ways like through local buses, Richshaws and taxis.