Timings : 9:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Time Required : 1-2 hours
Entry Fee : Included in the entry to Chittorgarh Fort
Indian Citizens: INR 15
Foreign Nationals: INR 200
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Sathis Deori Temple is a group of twenty-seven temples dedicated to the Jain Teerthankaras located in the city of Chittorgarh. The glorious temples were built in the 11th Century and also have several other figurines pertinent to the Jain community. Tourists visit the temple complex for peace and to admire the beautiful 11th-century architecture. These ancient temples adorn beautiful carvings and splendid sculptures all over them, and the site has been declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Sathis Deori Temple is an illustration of the traditional Jain architecture that attracts not just the devotees, but also the architecture and history buffs. The chief residing deity of this temple complex is Bhagwan Adinatha. The shrine dedicated to Bhagwan Adinatha is intricately carved on the external and the internal walls.
Those looking for a tranquil escape are sure to find the Sathis Deori Temples a heavenly attraction. The temple complex is well maintained and clean which only multiplies the peace and divine vibe of the location. Many find calmness and composure in the otherwise chaotic lifestyle the moment they enter the region. Because there are twenty-seven temples, this group is called Sathis Deori Temple or Sattavish Deori Temple. It is advisable to reach as early as possible as the temples are closed in the afternoon. Although photography is not allowed here, tourists can explore the entire group of temples. Devotees on the Jain Pilgrimage Tour flock in large numbers. If one wishes to make some donations, they may do so for the welfare of the underprivileged and temple management.
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