November to February
6 AM - 7:30 PM
Rituals and Sightseeing
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Nakoda Bhairav Temple

Nakoda Bhairav is a Hindu and Jain temple located in Mewanagar village of Rajasthan. Lord Bhairav and Lord Parshvanath are the main deities of Nakoda temple and attract a huge number of followers every day. Also known as Nakoda Bheruji temple, it is considered to be a revered pilgrimage site among the believers. Oil is offered to the deities of Nakoda Bhairav Temple. A bhojanshala is arranged for visitors where they can have food. Air-conditioned rooms are also available at affordable prices to accommodate the believers visiting from distant places. Photography is not allowed on the temple premises, but there are plenty of scenic landscapes nearby where you can click photographs. The serene atmosphere of the temple offers plenty of time to visitors for indulging in spiritual rituals or meditation. Nakoda ji temple also possess an intricate architecture with 246 beautifully-crafted inscriptions which are a testimony of its long-standing history.
Vipul Mehta
Nakoda Bhairav temple is a combined Hindu and Jain temple of Lord Bhairv and the Parsavanath, the Jain deity. This temple and its premises are huge and it is considered to be a Holy Temple for the Jain community. The architecture is quite beautiful with carvings on the temple walls. On most days you'll find a lot of people there. Lucky for us, we didn't find that much since we were in the mid of summer. The key feature of the temple is the statue of Lord Bhairav. It is a bright orange statue, about two and a half feet from chest to the head with clear face features including the lips and the nose, a black mustache on the upper lip and shiny white eyes with dark black pupils. The most striking feature of the statue are its eyes. Those eyes really look back at you! All in all, good place to go if you enjoy visiting temples.