Information on Maa Trikuta Temple
This auspicious temple of Maa Trikuta, a synonym for Maa Vaishno Devi had its construction going on in Kota from about past 10 to 12 years. The time it took does the proper justice with the grandeur of this temple. The main sanctum has the sculpture of Maa Vaishno Devi that totally resembles with the original one at Shri Mata Vaishno Devi in Katra.
The beauty of this temple is enhanced by the entrance gate that has two huge lions and elephants on both the sides.
The temple was made for the made open for the the common people in November 2021. This temple is made in form of hills and caves similar to to the actual path of Maa Vaishno Devi temple.
The main attraction of this temple is the huge sculpture of Lord Shiva at the center of the temple premises. Other attractions of this Temple are natural-looking caves, waterfalls, trees, animals, stone carvings, and various statues of Hindu gods and goddesses like Lord Hanuman and Goddess Parvati.
A temple of Charan Paduka is also located there. The artisans of this temple have tried their best to give it the most natural look possible. If you are visiting Kota then this is the place that you should not miss to visit with your friends and family.
Instructions and Rules
Cameras, mobile phones, leather belts, shoes, and other gadgets are not allowed inside the temple premises. Photography and videography is prohibited there.
A food court by the name Katra is present there where you can have have some food while visiting the temple. You can use your mobile before entering the temple or at this food court.
You should not enter the premises after having any addictive consumables like liquor or cigarette. It’s our duty to keep this newly built natural wonder of architecture as much clean as possible.
Timings of Maa Trikuta Temple
The temple remains open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. for all the seven days of a week. It takes around 1 to 2 hours to completely explore the temple premises so you should plan your day accordingly.
Tickets and Other Fees
Currently the ticket price for one person is INR 50. This price may have an increase in future as this place is becoming an emerging tourism spot for the people of Rajasthan and nearby states.
Parking charges of INR 10 are taken for two wheelers while that of INR 30 for four wheelers.
No extra charges are taken for lockers and shoes stands.
How to Reach Maa Trikuta Temple
Maa Trikuta temple is located on Kota Bundi road and is about 10 km from the city center of Kota.
Nearest bus stand is Nayapura bus stand at about 4 to 5 km distance. Kota Railway Station is about 10 km for from this place.
For boarding a flight the nearest airport is in Jaipur at about 240 km distance.
The best advisable method to reach there is it through private vehicles as they provide convenience to you. You can also reach through Rajasthan government buses, and autorickshaws but they have no scheduled time.
Nearby Places to Visit
Gurudwara Shri Agam Garh Sahib is also located on the same Kota Bundi road and is also a must visit place for people residing near Kota.