A 9th century temple, built on crevice of a rock still attracts tourists with its splendid architecture and minute carvings on the exteriors. Ambika Mata Temple is dedicated to Goddess Durga, symbolising Power. The temple is flocked by tourists, historians, photo fanatics from all corners, marvelling the ecstatic structures in stone. Presently, the temple is preserved by archaeology and state museum department of Rajasthan.
The temple is an excellent example of ancient Indian Architecture. The exteriors of the walls present innate carvings of minute structures carefully crafted with mastery. The interior walls portray the images of Gods and Goddesses, various incarnations of Goddess Durga. Historians record that the temple has been built in the Maru Gurjara architecture.
As it is a Durga temple, all religious rituals and practices related to the Goddess are celebrated in grand manner in Ambika Mata temple.
No specific dress code. Still, prepare to wear costumes covering your legs and shoulders to respect the culture practiced in Indian temples.
Ambika Mata Temple is kept opened from 6 AM to 9 PM.
All tourist destinations in Rajasthan are perfect to visit between October and March.
Village Jagat where the temple is located is just 50kms away from Udaipur. Jagat is well connected with public transport or private taxis can be hired to reach the temple.