Brijnidhi Temple Jaipur facade

Brijnidhi Temple, Jaipur

Brijnidhi or Brajnidhi Temple in Jaipur dates back to 1792 AD and is a Krishna temple in Jaipur. It was built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh, the grandson of Maharajah Sawai Jai Singh II, founder of Jaipur city.

Brijnidhi Temple Jaipur - first courtyard
Brijnidhi Temple Jaipur – first courtyard

His contribution to the city includes the famous Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal, and also Goverdhan Nath Temple.

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Brijnidhi Temple Jaipur facade

The beautiful facade of Brijnidhi Temple in Jaipur

The grand facade of the temple is quite impressive and beautiful. However, it doesn’t give any hint of housing a temple inside its decorated walls. Rather it gives an illusion of a grand Haveli or a palace. This style of construction is quite common in the heritage temples built by the Jaipur royalty.

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brajnidhi temple jaipur entrance
The entrance of Brijnidhi Temple Jaipur

The temple is patterned in the Haveli style of architecture. There are two courtyards in the temple complex, which in the local language is called Chowk.

Main courtyard, Brijnidhi temple, Jaipur
Brijnidhi Temple Jaipur – Main courtyard

The main courtyard of the Brijnidhi Temple complex is huge & imposing.

There is a very interesting history behind the construction of this temple. I’ll preserve this story to be communicated through this picture.

Story behind the Brijnidhi temple jaipur
History of Brijnidhi Temple Jaipur

The mandap houses the idol of Lord Krishna in black color along with that of Radha.

Lord Krishna Idol, inside Brij Nidhi Temple, Jaipur

Despite the understated and simple mandap, it’s hard not to be impressed with the temple architecture. I felt great energy being radiated by the beautiful idol of Lord Krishna.

How to reach Brijnidhi Temple

The temple is located in Chandni Chowk in the City Palace complex, close to the world-famous Jantar MantarDevesthan Vibhaag of the Rajasthan Government is in charge of Brijnidhi Temple.

Timing of Brijnidhi Temple

Brijnidhi Temple can be visited throughout the day however, the darshan of the idol can be availed only within the 7 windows that Lord Krishna temple follows in Jaipur, Vrindavan, and elsewhere.

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