Rajasthan is one of the most evocative tourist states of India with a hugely diverse range of tourist places and activities. One of the most popular attractions of Rajasthan tourism is religious places. There are so many holy shrines with tons of miraculous stories that the journey to these places is itself sacred. The faith and beliefs among devotees are so strong that all the holy shrines have lakhs of followers the whole time.
One such highly important pilgrimage among Hindu devotees is the Salasar temple. The temple is also called Salasar Balaji temple and Salasar Dham by the locals. The temple is a significant place for the worshippers of Lord Hanuman. It is believed that the lord's idol isn't manmade rather it is self-created. The devotees believe that the temple fulfills all their wishes and cures diseases if prayed honestly.
The temple is a beautiful architectural structure with marble on walls and floors. The sanctum sanctorum and prayer hall are decorated with works and carvings of silver and gold representing Lord Hanuman and his life details.
Why Salasar Temple is Famous?
It is believed that the Lord's idol is Swayambhu (self-created) and is worshipped as Shakti Sthal (shrine) by the devotees. The ancient stories claim that Lord Hanuman himself instructed two of his followers to create the temple. The Lord's idol is unique in the world with the bust only.
The temple is claimed to be miraculous. The devotees believed that with proper devotion the temple can make all wishes come alive. This belief isn't just only among Hindu devotees but among all religious people including many people from other countries too. There is also a sacred fire burning continuously from the past which is known to cure the sufferings of the body with its ashes. Book our Ajmer to Salasar same day tour to pay a visit to the temple with the best tour services.
After you arrive in Ajmer, our tour operator will pick you up from your location. With brief details of the tour, the journey to the sacred temple of Salasar Balaji Tour from Ajmer will begin. The journey to Salasar temple from Ajmer is about three and a half hours drive. You can enjoy a delicious breakfast on the way.
Once reaching the temple, our Ajmer tour guide will acknowledge you about the temple, its history, and its architecture. You will be guided through temple premises for proper sightseeing of the temple and its details. If you want then you could also enjoy the daytime aartis here. You can also enjoy the famous sweets and meals of the place near the temple. There are also Mohan Das Maharaj temple, Anjani Mata temple, Tirupati Balaji temple, Shiv Temple, Ram Temple, etc. which are also must-visit sites.
After the divine experience, our team will drop you back at your location in Ajmer. During the complete tour, you can ask for any kind of need for halts or meals. Our tour operator will ensure that you get the most comfortable journey and a memorable experience on the tour.
How To Travel To Salasar Temple From Ajmer?
The Salasar temple is around 185 km from Ajmer through Rajasthan State Highway 7. The temple does not have any direct public transportation mode from Ajmer, hence it is advisable to travel with personal or rental vehicles. Salasar temple is part of the religious circuit which involves Khatu Shyam Ji temple, Rani Sati temple, and Jeen Mata temple.
If you want to pay a visit to this holy temple then book us for the best Taxi rental services in Ajmer. Our company provides the best tour services at the most affordable prices. We have the best team of tour operators along with a team of experienced drivers and a range of well-maintained vehicles. The most popular mode to commute here is to hire a tempo traveller in Ajmer which is the most comfortable vehicle for such journeys.
Salasar temple is a blissful place for devotees. The temple is world-renowned among the devotees of Lord Hanuman. The temple has lakhs of miraculous stories of devotees and a history of around 300 years. Throughout the year lakhs of devotees visit the Lord here. There are also numerous Sawamanis held with Lord's favorite food. The temple is a must-visit in the religious tour of Rajasthan.