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Sas-Bahu Temple Tour, Udaipur

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.4/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web
The magnificent twin-temple complex of Sas-Bahu Temple Tour displays rare architectural brilliance with masterfully carved facades. Built in 1092 on a 32x22 m (104 x 72 ft) base, the temple sits on the banks of lotus-covered Lake Bagela, offering a scenic view of the city of Gwalior. Not in use for worship, the site offers serenity without rituals or festivities. Roam around freely and admire the masterfully carved edifice, including idols of Saraswati, Brahma, and the 1,000-armed Lord Vishnu. Enhance your visit by hiring a guide on site to explain the images and painstakingly restored architecture. Plan to see Sas-Bahu Temple Tour and other attractions that appeal to you using our Udaipur family vacation planner.
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  • Old historical temple near udaipur. Very good view and peaceful environment. Between udaipur to Ek ling ji . 
  • This is not a temple any more. No worship takes place here but its a wondeful monument in a lovely green setting. The carving on the temple is intricate and I was both surprised and happy to find this...  read more »
  • structure is ruined nothing left to watch.....isolated place....didn't felt safe there too....skip this if running short of time. 
  • Very fine art work stone carving, made in Diwlara temple style. Location seems quit isolated but its just 5 km from highway. Its must visit place and rarely tourists comes here and may be that why its in very good shape.
  • This is a beautiful place, two temples adjacent to each other on a raised platform. There are no idols in the temple. ASI has maintained this site in a good shape.
  • Stone carvings on the temple is awesome, very fine and delicate work. must see
  • This place is Awesome, only if you are interested in ancient carvings on stone, i loved it & i enjoyed a lot.
  • The temple is in ruins but for architecture students there is a lot to learn
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