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Reviewed 22 February 2019 via mobile

Lovely to walk around, steps are everywhere so not good for invalids.
Very busy place & suggest audio guide if interested in this religion. There is a priest walking about who offers blessings (it is not free)
Cannor bring anything made out of leather & suggest taking a pair of old socks wirh you.
It's a very out of the way attraction situated in a deep valley, not very picturesque either.

Date of experience: February 2019
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Reviewed 19 February 2019

The temple is well maintained and beautiful. The present canteen inside the Temple open is open during lunch time and hence it is difficult for the devotees to have food etc before and after lunch time. Hence, there should be provision of a separate canteen/restaurant throughout the day (within or outside the Temple) .for serving food and hot /cold drinks..

Date of experience: January 2019
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Reviewed 19 February 2019 via mobile

This temple is spectacular! There are 1444 pillars holding up this temple and every one of them is carved differently. Being 500 years old, the intricate carvings look like they were carved yesterday. It is only open for a few hours each day to the public, so it is very busy. Since it is an active Jain temple, you can’t go inside with your shoes or any item that is derived from animals like a belt or even a camera strap.

Date of experience: December 2018
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Reviewed 16 February 2019 via mobile

Situated at Ranakpur and to give it its full name, Chaturmukha Dharanavihara, this magnificent temple is a must visit for most tourists. Yes, it has been commercialised which seems to be contradictory with Jainism, but the extensive renovation work and ongoing maintenance has to be paid for somehow. As with other iconic structures across the world, it would be a great shame to see them lost to future generations.

Date of experience: February 2019
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Reviewed 14 February 2019 via mobile

We diverted to see this amazing structure on our drive from Udaipur to Chanoud, which was rather an experience in itself! You cannot help but be amazed by the workmanship involved in its construction, but the commercial aspects of the way that it is currently being run do feel inconsistent with the underlying principles of Jainism. I guess though that I’m not best placed to judge that as I only got to hear about it and visit as a paying tourist, but ...

Date of experience: February 2019
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