Next to Motidungari Temple is 'Birla Mandir' which is completely constructed of white marble with a beautiful garden along with it.
BIRLA TEMPLE :Temple is one of the most beautiful architecture of Rajasthan. Temple is of white colour which looks marvellous at the night and attract people towards it. This temple is dedicated to lord Vishnu and build by the Birla group.Entry Fees : 150 rs per personBest time to visit : Evening as place is too hotImportant : Keep cap and water bottle with you and stay hydratedVisiting Time : 8:00 am - 12 noon and 4:00 pm to 8:00 pmAddress : Jawahar Lal Nehru Marg, Tilak Nagar, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302004Visit Duration : 30 mins
After having some light meal and a little rest, I escaped the hostel and spent some time exploring the old streets, whole market sits there and I doubt there is anything that one would not find. I took an Auto Rickshaw for "Birla Mandir" (Alert: Google Maps has location of old temple), the magnificent temple looks even more alluring at night with illuminated hills at its backdrop. It also appears to be a nice place for spending quality time with family as it is really calm here with some options for street food too.
After the museum ,we went straight to the Birla Mandir. Birla Mandir in the well planned city Jaipur, Rajasthan is one of the famous Birla temples located throughout India, built with modern approach.The temple is popularly known as Laxmi Narayan Temple that is constructed on the base of Moti Dungari hills at the lower portion of Dungari Fort of Jaipur.The Mandir is built by Birla’s family who are connected with Indian social and industrial history. These temples are very famous for its architecture and design with finest quality of white marbles.
Next day we went to Birla Temple formally known as Lakshmi Narayan Temple. The interiors of the temple are adorned with mythological paintings of various Hindu deities. There is a large marble console which depicts all mythological events. The outside of the temple is as beautiful as its interior with steps to the temple, which are also made out of marble.