KUNDESHWAR JI MAHADEV TEMPLE
We were told in school that, “Man(human) is a social being.” And we always believed in this explanation, little did we realise that man is also a spiritual being who has the greatest worry of reaching the threshold of his success. But without being aware of the spirituality within us, we dwell in search of various tips and tricks to increase the success quotient of our lives. Thus, nature comes into the picture in the form of lush greenery, waterfalls, cool breezes, which helps us to realise our true selves.
Well, in the era of evolution when the cities have found peace in the race against time. There are still some places like Kundeshwar Ji Mahadev temple in Udaipur that are away from the rush of urban living. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva of Hindu folklore and is known amongst the locals and tourists for its ethereal beauty and the other Gods incarnated in the temple premises who are as old as history.
If you are someone who wants to explore this shrine which is amidst the beauty of hills then you have to take 76 Pindwara Highway if you are heading towards it from the city of Udaipur. It Is often suggested to walk through the temple premises to explore the unexplored. What adds to the beauty of this temple is the Kund which is found behind the temple. The Kund is known for its crystal clear water in which you can even observe the small living creatures within it. Whereas the Kundeshwar waterfall is the centre of attraction here, which attracts people despite their ages.
The music of waterfalls and flowing winds are so mesmerising and at the same time, the tranquillity of this place is something which is again very remarkable. Moreover, there might be a chance that your mobile phone and other gadgets will not be able to connect you with the outer world because of the network. But I consider it as a boon because this thing gives you a great chance to connect with nature on a higher level.
The Kundeshwar Ji Mahadev temple is famous for its scenic views. Also, if you are someone planning to visit here, there is a list of places like Wax Museum, Saheliyon ki bari, Shilpgram etc nearby which one can for sure visit on the way too. The visitors in the main temple are allowed from 5:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon in the morning hours and from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. during the evening, whereas the temple premises are open for visitors throughout the day till 7:00 in the evening.
The place is too beautiful and it’s worth visiting. Moreover, the serenity of this place is something which can only be explored once you visit here.