Godhavari Dham Temple

The Godhavari Dham Temple in Kota, which is located on the banks of River Chambal, is essentially a Hanuman Temple. A lot of pilgrims as well as tourists visit this temple every year. Tuesdays and Saturdays are the special days of Godhavari Temple, as these days are dedicated to Lord Hanuman, the Hindu God. On these days, many people visit the temple to attend a special midnight Aarti and to take the blessings of the god. Besides the idol of Lord Hanuman, there are many other smaller idols of other Hind gods and goddess found in Godhavari Dham Temple. You can see the idols of Lord Shiva, Bhairav, Ganpati here.

Godhavari Dham Temple in Kota

Godhavari Dham Temple, which is mostly rocky and open, has been constructed on a large area.  This temple, made up of white marbles, is a beautiful shrine in Kota and it has two quite high and impressive marble towers. You can also see the huge marble swan built at the top of the entrance gate of Godhavari Dham Temple. Many devotees come here to visit the Chambal Aarti that takes place near the river bed.

You can visit Godhavari temple from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm on all days of the week. However, early morning and the early evening hours are the best time for visiting.

Godhavari Temple is about is around 4 km away from Kota city. As Kota is well connected with all major cities by road, rail and airway, you can easily reach Godhavari Temple. The temple is just 2.4 km away from Kota airport. Kota railway station is 9.3 km away from Godhavari temple and Dakaniya Talaav Railway station is at 4.7 km away. You also get articulate and deluxe bus services to Kota at regular timings from Jaipur, which takes about five hours to reach the city.

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