Kaila Devi Temple


Kaila Devi Temple in Rajasthan

Kaila Devi Temple in Rajasthan

Kaila Devi temple is devoted to the goddess Kaila Mata. Kaila mata is manifestation of Goddess Durga. Kaila mata is also sometime worshiped as Mahalakshmi Mata. Mata Kaila was the former generous ruler of the Karauli district. This temple is considered as one of the most significant temples in the Hindu religion.

This temple is built with marble that has a big courtyard which is of checkered floor. There is a special place in the temple area where there are lots of red flags that are fixed by the devotees as their devotion. People come here from every corner of the country to take the Darshan of Kaila Devi. It is said that the goddess fulfills all the wishes of the devotees. She grants all the wishes of the sincere pilgrim. She is also well-known as wish granter. The Kaila Devi temple is locate near the bank of River Kalisil, so people before visiting the temple take a holy dip in the river and then visits this temple. People believe that this temple is a holy temple in Karauli district Rajasthan.

There are many local vendors outside the Kaila Devi temple selling essential items that are required for offering in front of the Devi such as coconut, scented sticks, flowers and sweets. People offer these things to Devi Mata as a token of love and in return they ask for the blessing of the goddess. This temple is open from 6 am to 9:30 pm every day; there are two aartis conducted in the Kaila Devi temple one in the morning and the other one in the evening.

There is a very famous fair that is held in the Kaila Devi temple. This fair is well-known as the Kaila Devi fair which is conducted in the month of Chaitra. This place is crowded with thousands of people every year for this fair. People visit this place to offer prayers and love to the goddess Kaila Devi. During this fair people offer diyas, fruits and prayers in front of the statue Kaila Devi. This fair is a fortnight fair and during this the environment is colorful and lively. There are stalls of food, games, jewelry, cloths and handicraft which attract visitors towards it.

Getting there

  • Airport:

    Nearest airport is the Jaipur airport which is at a distance of 160 kilometers away from the Kaila Devi temple Rajasthan.

  • Railways:

    Nearest railway station are Karauli station and the Jaipur railway station which are at a distance of about 160 kilometers away from Kaila Devi temple.

  • Road ways:

    There are state transport buses and luxury buses available from Karauli city to all the major cities of India.