Rajasthan is such a blessed land as within its vicinity Lord Brahma dropped a lotus flower and a temple was brought into being. Enemies attacked many times; everything was destroyed, but it was Tanot Mata that went untouched. Since Rajasthan is the abode of rajputs for the longest period, evidently here one can find a good number of an ancient Hindu temple and has an own story to tell. Tulja Bhavani Temple (Chittorgarh), Meerabai Temple (Chittorgarh), Madareshwar Temple, Kumbha Shyam Temple(Chittorgarh), Kalika Mata Temple (Chittorgarh), and Kalika Mata Temple (Pavagadh) are the famous ancient temples that draw a good number of tourists attention. Shiva worshippers should visit Eklingji Temple, Atmateshwar Temple (Pushkar), Atmateshwar Temple (Dungarpur) and Ghushmeshwar (Sawai Madhopur). Interestingly in addition to Shiva, here one can find the good number of 'mata' temples like Chamunda Mata Temple in Jodhpur; Adhar Devi Temple in Mount Abu; Karni Mata Temple in Bikaner; Chamunda Mataji Temple in Jodhpur and much more.
When it comes to the usual temples, Rajasthan comes at the top of the list. In Karni Mata Temple, Bikaner, more than 200 mice are revered even more because they are considered to be Karni Mata and her sons. No wonder, Rajasthan is a miraculous place, where magical phenomenon takes place. And to prove this statement, there is Bullet Baba Shrine in Bandai, a revered shrine, where flowers and liquor bottles are offered to a motorcycle. It is a belief that passers-by should offer prayer at the temple for a safe journey. When on a trip to Rajasthan for a spiritually enlightening experience, make a point to attend aarti at Varah Ghat in Pushkar. Mentioned below are some places that one shpuld uncover on pilgrimage tour to Rajasthan.