Galtaji Temple
Galtaji Temple
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63 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
jul. 2024 • Familie
Ambiance particulière, mystique puis on avance et on tombe sur des vaches et des singes dans le temple. Des gens se baignent dans la fontaine sacrée.
Ce n'est pas très grand mais ça vaut le détour.
Entrée 100 roupies
Skrevet 14. juli 2024
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ApplesAndOranges
Dublin, Irland12 bidrag
3,0 av 5 bobler
mai 2024 • Par
It’s okay

Monkeys are placid, the temple is quite dramatic between the cliffs but the temple is quite far away from Jaipur
Skrevet 13. mai 2024
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Tracey G
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apr. 2024 • Familie
The temple itself was okay. A bit run-down and not as good as the photos portray it to be. Most importantly beware of scams here.
1. The drop off scam - insist your driver drop you at the ticket gate, not at a place closer to town where you have to walk 20 extra minutes in the sun up and down a steep hill (they do this to save themselves petrol money as taking you to the gate means they have to drive out of town a little way)
2. The camera scam - ensure you pay for any mobile phone you bring in. Otherwise some random person will approach you, ask to see your tickets (if you are obviously foreign) and then try to fine you INR1000. In our case we had told the ticket seller we had 2 cameras/phones, but turned out he "accidentally " only charged us for 1. We didn't pay the fine but it was a horrible experience
Skrevet 20. april 2024
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4,0 av 5 bobler
mar. 2024 • Familie
Lost site in the Jaipur countryside.
Frankly dirty surroundings and place.
Damage.
We have a feeling of isolation, of decay and at the same time it's worth it. The magic of India…!
Good to know: 2 ways to access it.
Not bad to go there through the main entrance, go up to the sun temple with a view of Jaipur and go down/switch towards the city. Monkeys not aggressive at all.
Not a priority visit but nice if you have time.
Skrevet 11. mars 2024
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Lisa R
Manchester, UK1 260 bidrag
3,0 av 5 bobler
mar. 2024 • Venner
If you go with realistic expectations then this will be an ok trip! I’d read some good reviews and some bad, on trip advisor and Pinterest blogs. If wasn’t included on our private tour but trey made a diversion when I asked, though the tour operator advised this was an unclean place and not to engage with anyone there.

Our driver assisted us to buy the tickets (about 100 rupees) and you pay an extra 50 to take a camera (this includes a phone camera), then he left us to it.

Whilst this is a working temple with pilgrims going to bathe in the tanks, it looks very run down and in a state of disrepair. The bones of the place show that it was once an impressive temple and if it was restored it could be again. However, currently, there’s a lot of rubble and barbed wire and it has a desolate feel.

There are several stairs up so it’s not ideal for people with mobility issues. I’d read it was very dirty and smelly but I didn’t really notice that, yes there was rubbish but there’s a lot of rubbish in India. Compared to other temples that are kept immaculate then there was a big difference but not as bad as some reviews made out (perhaps there’s been a clean up?).

Our tickets were checked on the way up the steps and we chose not to enter the working temple area having been warned the priests can harass you for offerings of to feed the monkeys, so we were left alone.

It’s great to see the monkeys but we kept a respectful distance as rabies is still prevalent in India currently. We’d previously had advice not to make eye contact and definitely to stay away from the babies as their mothers would be very territorial. Some of the monkeys were big and I definitely would not have wanted to upset them! But, if you leave them alone there are no issues. We saw other tourists having photos with them and feeding them but I really wouldn’t recommend this.

We only spent about 45 mins there, long enough to have a wander about and take some photos. I’d say go if you have time but it’s probably not worth going out of your way for either all the sights available in Jaipur that are more geared for tourists.
Skrevet 10. mars 2024
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FHTR In Rajasthan
Jaipur, India263 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
feb. 2024 • Familie
Galtaji Temple near Jaipur is history with a twist! This ancient complex carved into the Aravalli hills is like an Indiana Jones adventure coming to life. Monkeys swing from the rooftops, colourful prayer flags flutter in the breeze, and the views are simply stunning.

Exploring the temples feels like stepping back in time. Intricate carvings, hidden shrines, and natural caves whisper stories of saints and pilgrims.
#GaltajiTemple #JaipurMonkeyTemple #HiddenGems #QuirkyHistory
Skrevet 29. februar 2024
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ValenciaBonita
Valencia, Spania683 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
feb. 2024 • Par
Our visit was perhaps a little peculiar because there was no one there, almost no monkeys. We walked through it from bottom to top, we found a few monks or similar, super dirty spaces for pilgrims' baths and we took spectacular photos. It is true that the buildings are in a sorry state, but in the end you come to like the whole thing, the location between mountains helps. A lot of dirt. I don't know, despite everything I recommend it, because of its curiosity and history.
Skrevet 26. februar 2024
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Sukanya D
Calcutta, India1 123 bidrag
3,0 av 5 bobler
feb. 2024 • Familie
I am seriously conflicted about Galtaji and I am usually extremely clear in my mind about a place. Let me explain why and readers may decide if they wish to visit or not.
As a site, Galtaji is fabulous. The engineering itself is mind-blowing. Photographers will find it a gem of a place. Be it the crumbling havelis (buildings) or the fading frescoes, every frame is a delight. The steps that curve past the tanks and end at the small temple on top also provide exquisite views. This temple is dedicated to Galab Rishi (I read up on him on Google.)
HOWEVER, this place is TEEMING with Macaques that pour down these stairs I just raved about. They are not aggressive but Rabies is present in India and even an accidental scratch may need vaccination. plus it is rather terrifying to know that they can (and may) inflict bites.
These monkeys are well fed but the rotting/extra fruits are NEVER cleared. So mounds of fermenting bananas, carrots and tomatoes (to name a few food items) just lie around making this place an eyesore. Add to this piles of wet clothes discarded by the pilgrims taking a bath in the middle kund (waterbody) where the water is cold and clean. The topmost temple kund is enclosed and incredibly dirty.
The people...I suppose the locals... are extremely officious. There is a charge for camera and they checked randomly as we climbed the stairs. It wasn't the checking we minded so much as the tone, which was offensive. they were sort of challenging us to show the counterfoil. This was silly because it had already been checked at the entrance and there were only a handful of tourists.
The pujari of the temple on the left as we entered (Shri Gyan Gopal ji, if I recall correctly) harangued us. We were so irritated by his behaviour that we did not enter. Of course, we left NO cash offering. I wish pujaris would understand that harassing a visitor/devotee actually boomerangs. Though the behaviour at Pushkar was worse, I fear Galtaji brusqueness may only escalate.
There is also a cave (locked) dedicated to a sadhu who survived only on milk. We did not bother asking the authorities to open it for us because we just did not wish to engage with these arrogant 'custodians.'
Bottomline: A WONDERFUL place; a gem of a place , very near Jaipur utterly and totally ruined by unclean surroundings and arrogance of the locals. What a pity!
Skrevet 13. februar 2024
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Cloud_Rider
Paris, Frankrike3 bidrag
1,0 av 5 bobler
jan. 2024 • Venner
This place is a total scam! Shame on Jaipur tourism to advertise Galta Ji as a top rated place to visit. The whole site is in a terrible state, filthy and falling apart. The entry is far from being free and they force you to pay not only the entrance ticket, but also a cellphone fee (plus a fee to access the parking). As a visitor, you get treated like a cash machine. I would definitely not recommend.
Skrevet 3. februar 2024
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NS
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1,0 av 5 bobler
jan. 2024 • Familie
This place is filthy. Pictures online are photoshopped. They have cell phone camera fees. TERRIBLE!
Skrevet 3. januar 2024
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