Tejpal Temple Mount Abu

Tejpal Temple Mount Abu
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Tejpal Temple, Dilwara Road, Mount Abu, Rajasthan

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Open on all days


10:00 AM – 05:00 PM

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30 min to 1 hr


Intricate carving on marble

Another beautiful temple in Dilwara Temples cluster in Mount Abu is Tejpal Temple. Vastupala and his brother Tejpal, who belonged to the Porwad Jain community and became the Ministers of Vivadhavala, built a famous temple at Mt. Abu during their terms of office. Jain literature contains glowing accounts of their charity and military prowess, and it is believed that Anupama Devi, the wife of Tejpal, was responsible for the erection of the Tejpal Temple in Mount Abu. Built nearly two hundred years after the temple of Vimala Shah, the Tejpal Temple at Mt. Abu follows more or less the same architectural plan as the former and is among the last monuments built in the Solanki style. In the matter of detail, however, the Tejpal Temple is a natural evolution from the Vimala Vasahi Temple, and what it loses in creative vigour it amply compensates in refinement and mechanical perfection. The striking feature of the Tejpal Temple is the pendant of the dome which, according to Fergusson, “hangs from the centre more like a lustre of crystal drops than a solid mass of marble.” The principal cell contains a colossal image of Neminatha with his conch-shell symbol on the seat. The florid reliefs and carvings on the porticoes of the 39 cells represent episodes from the life of the presiding deity. The series of Jain and Brahmanical structures at Achalgarh near Mt. Abu and the Jain temples at Kumbharia in the neighbourhood belong to the same architectural complex. Dilwara Temples are prime tourist attractions in the only hill station of Rajasthan. Therefore, a traveler on Mount Abu tour obviously happens to see Tejpal Temple, built in 1200 AD.

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