In this article we are going to share information about garadia mahadev that is most beautiful place in Rajasthan according to tourists. The garadia Mahadev Temple is a prominent attraction near Kota, which is situated at a beautiful destination on the Chambal riverfront. With the stream amplifying the appeal of this area, voyagers can feel at the lap of nature while being here. From this place, enjoy the panoramic view of Chambal Gorge and surrounding plains. Garadia Mahadev Temple is near the National Highway 76, which leads to Dabi and Chittaurgarh.
That place is perfect, like the paintings made by God. You can actually feel the solitude of sitting here for a while. This place has served as a place for a picnic. The Yamuna’s largest auxiliary river, the Chambal River is known for its habitat of many water species. You can see a glimpse of crocodiles, turtles etc. sitting on the rock. The garadia Mahadev Temple is situated on a rock. Rituals are performed by a local priest who usually lasts at around 5:30 pm in the temple. Late night is not recommended. And the main thing is, the blowing wind chants Shiva psalms in your ears and gives you a sense of devotion.
Location of garadia mahadev temple-
Temple is located twenty kilometers away from Kota on Kota-Chittod highway, 152 km from Chittaurgarh, situated about two and a half kilometers from Khadipur village. To arrive, Kota is connected to the railway from Delhi, Jaipur and Chittod, from Kota to Khadipur a government bus is also available, or you can come by taking auto or taxi from Kota.
Ticket fees of garadia mahadev –
Garadia Mahadev Temple is expensive according to the ticket facility ,it also includes some money for eco development.
Indian citizen – 75 rupees
Foreign Citizen – 500 rupees
Indian students – 20 rupees
Car / Gypsy / Minibus – Rs 250
Bus – 400 rupees
Two wheeler – 30 rupees
Visit of temple-
Chambal river flows in the front valley after walking 1.5 kilometers from the main entrance. A glimpse of which removes all your fatigue and makes you feel very excited. The Chambal river, which starts from Janapav mahu, forms the boundary between Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh before meeting in Yamuna. A lot of tourists visit the garadia Mahadev Temple and take plenty of photographs so that memories can be captured in pictures.
The only shortage in the Garadia Mahadev Temple is that there is no restaurant or hotel system and there is no board or no forest department guide. This place is not historical, but there is definitely a good thing to hear and tell about it. Rajasthan Tourism should make such arrangements here.