Jaipur to Khatu Shyam Ji Taxi at ₹ 1100 One Side Car Fare – Khatu Shyam Ji Mandir

Jaipur to Khatu Shyam Ji Mandir Taxi

Four Wheel Drive India, a registered car rental firm from Jaipur offers its jaipur to khatu shyam ji taxi tour starting at ₹ 1100. Jaipur to Khatu taxi tour service for traveler planning to visit Khatu Shyam ji temple.

Also, here you will find Khatu Shyamji temple timings & facts – Jaipur to Khatu Shyam Ji taxi price and distance, story of khatu Shyamji.

Khatu Shyam Mandir

Khatu Shyam ji is 80 kilometers and less than 2 hour drive from Jaipur & with our Jaipur to khatu to salasar taxi packages, you can book the below vehicles.

  • 1 to 4 seater sedan car (dzire/etios)
  • 1 to 6 seater Innova car
  • 1 to 7 seater Crysta car
  • 1 to 7 seater Toyota Fortuner car
  • 9 to 16 seater tempo traveller &
  • Mini/ Deluxe & Volvo bus
Car For Jaipur To Khatu Shyam Mandir Per Km Fare One Side Fare

Full Day Return Trip Fare

Sedan AC Car Rs. 09 Rs.  1125 Rs.   2250
Toyota Innova Car Rs.  11 Rs.  1375 Rs.   2750
Toyota Crysta Car Rs. 13 Rs.   1625 Rs.  3250
Toyota Fortuner Car Rs. 20 Rs.  2500 Rs.  5000
Tempo traveler (12  Seater) Rs. 16 Rs.  2000 Rs.   4000

Khatu Shyamji Temple Timings & Facts

India can rightly be called the land of temples and places of worship. For centuries, humanity has been searching for diversity, which has led to the worship of various gods and goddesses and natural phenomena. In Hinduism the trinity worships of Lord Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva and mother. Forms of a goddess. In addition, many mythical and local deities are worshiped from one place to another. In Rajasthan, the temple of Khatu Shyamji is an example where followers across India pray to Khatushyam.

Location of Khatu Shyamji Mandir

This temple is located in Sikari Rajasthan district of the village of the same name. Also, it is easily accessible from Jaipur, Agra or Delhi by car or bus. It is about 80 km away from Jaipur.

Winter (1 Oct- 15 March) – Summers (16 March to 30 Sep)

  • Morning 5:30 A.M to 1 P.M – 4:30 A.M to 12:30 P.M
  • Evening 4:30 A.M to 9 P.M – 4:00 A.M to 10:00 P.M

For any authentic details, you can call Khatu Shyamji mandir trust at- 01576-2311482

The Story of Khatu Shyamji

During the exile, when the Pandavas were displaced after saving their lives in the Lakerus incident, Bhima encountered Hidimba. Hidimba gave birth to a son from Bhima, known as Gatoha. Also, Gatoha and his son Barbarik were known for their bravery and boundless power. As a result, both father and son sacrificed their lives in the battle of Mahabharat and took part in the fierce battle. Lord Krishna blessed the Barbarians and declared that in the Kalyug century the Barbarians were known and worshiped as Sham (One of the names of Lord Krishna).

History Behind the Temple of Khatu Shyam

Khatu shyam is considered a helper to the poor and needy. Thus, the people who visit this temple say, “Hare ka Sahara Khatushyam Hamara.” The temple of Khatu shyam is dedicated to the legendary character of Mahabharata – Barbarik he must have been the grandson of Bhima, the second brother of Pandav. Barbarik played an important role in the great battle of Mahabharata and is credited for his bravery. Lord Krishna was very impressed by his courage. At the time of his death, Barbarik wanted to see the whole period of the war with naked eyes. Lord Krishna complied with his wish and placed his head on a hill near the battlefield of Kurukshetra. Thus, he enjoyed watching the epic war.

The folklore says that Kalyug was found while starting his head in the village of Khatu in Rajasthan. Stories say that there was a strange incident where a cow came close to where milk flowed from the cow’s udder naturally. So, the place was dug under this miraculous event and the head of Khatu Shyamji was found. Barbarik named Sham after Lord Krishna.

How was the Temple of Khatu Shyam Built?

The terrified villagers were in a dilemma as to what to do with this great personality. Later, they unanimously decided to hand over the head to a priest who had been performing the rites for a long time. Meanwhile, the then governor of the region, Roop Singh, dreamed of building a temple. Thus, on the orders of Ruop Singh Chauhan, this temple was built on the site and an idol of Khatu Sham was erected.

Khatu Shyam Aarti in Timing

Mangla Aarti  (At the opening of the temple)

  • Summer Nearly-4:30 A.M
  • Winter 5:30 A.M

Pratah Aarti (While the makeup of Shyam Ji is done)

  • Summer Nearly-7:00 A.M
  • Winter 8:00 A.M

Bhog Aarti (While Prasad to lord is served)

  • Summer Nearly-12:30 P.M
  • Winter 12:30 P.M

Sandhya Aarti (Evening Aarti)

  • Summer Nearly-7:30 P.M
  • Winter 06:30 P.M

Shayan Aarti (When the temple is closed)

  • Summer Nearly-9:30 P.M
  • Winter 08:30 P.M

The Architecture of the Temple of Khatu Shyam

The temple, built by Ruop Singh in 1027 AD, has been modified on the other hand mainly by a monk. Also, Divan Abhay Singh repaired it in 1720 AD. Thus the present temple took its form and a rare idol was placed in the main sanctuary of the temple. The temple was built using mortar, stones and marble. The gates are much decorated with gold leaf. Outside the temple is a prayer hall called Jagmohan.

 What is Famous Behind the Temple of Khatu Shyam?

Upon entering the temple, you will see a large garden known as Sham Baghicha. In the morning the flowers are picked and presented to Shyam. Also, you will see a pool known as Sham Kund, where you can see a large number of people having a holy bath. So, this is where the head of Shyam was discovered. Also, another outstanding temple you will see near the pool is the Gauri Shankar Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. There is a well-known legend about the temple that when Avrangzeb’s soldiers attacked the temple with spears and daggers, blood springs. From Shiva lingam began to emerge. So the soldiers went to their heels in fear.

What Does the Tesu Festival have to Do with Khatu Shyam?

In the northern parts of India, Tesu is celebrated as a symbol of the bravery of Barbaric or Khatushyam. This festival is celebrated near Dushanbe. Children are seen with Teskhatu shyam ji u and put a lamp or candle inside it to engage them in singing folk songs. The Tesu is made of wood, which resembles a skeletal head. Tesu’s image shows Shyam’s heroic deeds and is a great tribute to him.

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