This temple is located in a lush green surroundings at Lal Sagar which is close to Mandore. It is around 10 kilometres away from Jodhpur City. The temple is dedicated to Mata Santoshi who is the daughter of Lord Ganesh. Hindu women particularly worship this Goddess to get their wishes fulled and achieve "Santosh" or "Satisfaction or Contentment". The temple... 更多
Santoshi Mata is a mother goddess. She is the daughter of Ganesha who fulfills our wishes and provides us with satisfaction or santosh. This temple is located 10 kilometers away from the center of Jodhpur city. This pure white structure has a beautiful idol of Mata Santoshi in it's sanctum. We visited during the morning hour. The crowd was thin.... 更多
This temple is situated at the end of Mehrangarh Fort. You dont need to pay entree fees for going to the temple. The way is through the tarrace of the Fort where Tops are places and you geet view of Umaid Palace and the city from the terrace.
This temple is dedicated to Santoshi Devi, who is a highly revered deity among Hindus. We visited this temple during the morning hours around 11 am. There was not much crowd. We got the darshan within ten minutes. The temple is beautiful and the surrounding has greenery all around. After darshan, we sat down and spent some time in solitude... 更多
The temple is very beautiful and located in Lal Sagar.Santoshi Mata is believed to be the daughter of Lord Ganesha.The temple is mostly visted by women(particularly on Fridays).
This is part of the Fort and is situated at one of the corners. Accessible by walking of approx 50-75 mts from the main fort area, worth visiting this place for spiritual purpose.Placed at a very unique location and a portion of the city is aerially viewed.
Santoshi Mata Temple is located about ten Kilometres from Jodhpur City. This temple is dedicated to Santoshi Mata who is the daughter of Lord Ganesha. Santoshi Mata is revered highly among the women folk in Hinduism. The temple is a beautiful temple located amidst lush greenery.
Good place to visit and worship when inside Mehrangarh Fort. It takes a small walk from fort main wall where all the canons are place to reach there but worth a visit. This is the same temple where current king comes to worship.