Rajasthan has a variety of tourist attractions in the form of desert, rich wildlife, forts and palaces, temples, lakes and gardens. These attractions make it a complete tourist destination and are able to attract tourist of all kinds. However, you should never expect of covering all these attractions within a single tour. There are so many Rajasthan Tourist Attractions that it will require several tours to cover all of them. For this reason, tourists often visit a particular part of Rajasthan. They get the advantage of visiting the various tourist attractions without much traveling as these attractions are located in close proximity to each other. Udaipur is one such place that has a lot of tourist attractions nearby. As a result, excursions from Udaipur are very popular among tourists. These excursions take you to a number of places. Tour to Ranakpur is a very popular tour among tourists visiting Udaipur. One of the most well known pilgrimage site in Rajasthan, it is a must visit tour during Rajasthan tours.
Attractions of Ranakpur
Tour to Ranakpur is always a thoroughly enjoyable experience for the tourists. It is one of the most significant pilgrimage sites of Jainism. As a large it attracts a large number of devotees. The temple complex in Ranakpur boasts exceptional beauty. Nestled in the Aravali ranges, the place experiences large tourist count.
One of the chief attractions of Ranakpur tours is the Ranakpur Jain Temple. It was built during the reign of Rana Kumbha. He was the most well known Rajput monarch who ruled in the 15th century. The temple not only has a spiritual importance. The architecture of the temple will also let you visit the beauty of Jain architecture. In fact, the visit to this temple is often the highlight of Ranakpur tours.
The climate of Ranakpur is also pleasant in comparison to the other parts of Rajasthan. However, during the hot summers the temperature hovers around 22.0°C to 42.0°C whereas during the winter it hovers around 11.0°C to 20.0°C. The average annual rainfall of the place is around 55 centimeters and it lasts from July to mid September.