Ancient Temples Of KalachuriCurrently Closed
- Address: Amarkantak, Madhya Pradesh, India
- Timings: 06:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Religious Site, Temple, Family And Kids
Ancient Temples Of Kalachuri - Review
Just like the name gives away, the Ancient Temples of Kalachuri were built hundreds of years ago by the Kalachuri Maharaja – Karnadeva. The exact dates of construction are said to be around 1042 – 1072 A.D. There are a number of temples in this complex, with the Pataleshwar Mahadev Temple and the Machhendranath Temple being the most important ones. Extensive restoration work done on the sites have improved the conditions of these grand temples and made them very popular amongst visitors from all over India and event the world.
Ancient Temples Of Kalachuri Information
- Follow Hindu Temple customs such as removing of footwear outside the temple and wearing modest clothing.
Ancient Temples Of Kalachuri Ticket Prices
- Entry is free.
Ancient Temples Of Kalachuri Opening and Closing Hours
- Please ask locally for visiting times of Ancient Temples of Kalachuri.
How To reach Ancient Temples Of Kalachuri by Public Transport
- By renting or hiring a car/taxi.
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95% of people who visit Amarkantak include Ancient Temples Of Kalachuri in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
58.72% of people start their Ancient Temples Of Kalachuri visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Ancient Temples Of Kalachuri
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Ancient Temples Of Kalachuri, Amarkantak Reviews
Nice cravings and cool stuff all around, a beautiful park besides a pond full of lotus flowers. Clouds hanging from heaven and green grass valley and long trees with pear gardens. Nice people devotees, Narmada and a lot of relaxation for mind and heart. One needs to feed the monkeys or they'd steal it from you. A group of other wild animals can be seen on the way to that.
It's a world heritage site. Very peaceful And beautiful. Government has done a great job in maintaining the same. Must visit for anyone going to Amarkantak.
A nice place to visit before going to Narmada temple complex. With due credit to MP tourism, the area is well maintained, nicely mowed lush green and clean lawns surround the area. Temples are well preserved for their age. A plaque giving information about each temple in the complex will go a long way in helping the tourists get to know the place better.
A lovely set of ancient temples in a quiet environment. The garden is beautifully maintained. The place presents an excellent opportunity for clicking some very beautiful pictures.
The temple are so old but designing is incredible I love Amarkantak I love INDIA (GOUTAM JI)