Exploring the Majestic Jagat Shiromani Temple- A Spiritual Gem in Jaipur

Amer is a must-visit place in Jaipur. Every tourist has Amer Fort on their bucket list. Amer Fort is listed as a UNESCO world heritage site under the category of “Hills of Forts of Rajasthan”. It is a very impressive place to enjoy. Jagat Shiromani Temple is one of the popular temples which is located in Amer which is nearby Amer Fort in Jaipur.

Jagat Shiromani Temple is a Hindu temple and religious place in Rajasthan. It is also known as MeeraBai Temple as it belongs to Meera Bai, Krishna, and Vishnu. It is one of the oldest Vishnuji temples in Jaipur. Tourists can explore unique architecture at this temple. It is a historical temple.

Shiromani Temple


It was constructed,  in the year 1599-1608 AD by Rani Kankawati who was the wife of Raja Man Singh I, purpose is that it was built in memory of their son Jagat Singh. It took almost nine years to create this temple. It is the only Meera Bai temple in Jaipur. It is believed that the statue of Lord Krishna installed in the Temple is the same which Meera Bai worshipped when she was in Mewar City. As the statue of Lord Krishna was saved during the war.


The main attraction of Jagat Shiromani Temple is the Torans(pylon), made from a single piece of marble. This temple is a combination of distinct architectural styles of Jain, Hindu, Mughal, and South Indian too. These distinctive styles have been mixed up together in a way to create a classic temple. It is a resemblance to the Art Hall Museum of Jaipur

Different types of stone like local stone, marble, and granite are used in the construction of Jagat Shiromani Temple to make it look impressive. With temple has two entrances, one from Amer Town, its main entrance, and the other one from the flight of steps from Amer Fort.


Most people visit Jagat Shiromani Temple during the festival of Krishna Janmashtami along with these it is a religious place for devotees of God Vishnu. Temple has an idol of Meera Bai. The idols of God were carved from a single stone. Jagat Shiromani Temple is connected to Amer Fort. The Archaeological Survey of India  (ASI) maintains these temples.


6:00 AM to 1:00 PM and 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM.

Entry Fees.

No entry charges.


6, Sagar Rd, DevsinghPura, Amer, Jaipur, Rajasthan.

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How to reach Jagat Shiromani Temple?

  1. From Jaipur International Airport distance is 21.3km.
  2. From Jaipur Railway Station distance is 12.9km.
  3. From Jaipur Bus  Stand distance is 9.4km.
  4. It is nearby Amer Fort.

Places to visit near Jagat Shiromani Temple.

  • Amer Fort.
  • Ambikeshwar Temple.
  • Badrinath Temple
  • Panna Meena Kund.
  • Anokhi Museum.
  • Conclusion

Jagat Shiromani Temple is a very historical temple that has its attributes. Temple is devoted to Meera Bai and Lord Krishna. It took nine years to build this unique temple with different architectural styles. Meera Bai was a Rajput lady who had devoted her whole life to the worship of Lord Krishna. Jagat Shiromani Temple is one of the tourist attractions in Amer. It took distinct types of designs and stones to decorate the Jagat Shiromani Temple. Many tourists come to these temples to take the blessings of Lord Krishna.

Jagat Shiromani Temple is a very popular attraction from every perspective like Architecture, Religious and is a very peaceful place for devotees. And after visiting Amer Fort you can visit these temples because both of them are connected. You can see very tiny details in the form of its architectural style.

Frequently Asked Questions.

  1. Who Built Jagat Shiromani Temple?

  Queen Kankawati built Jagat Shiromani Temple.

  1. How old is Jagat Mandir?

    It originated in 1599 AD.

  1. Where is Jagat Shiromani Temple?

  It is in Amer, Jaipur.

  1. Jagat Shiromani Temple is dedicated to which Hindu God?

 Meera Bai and Lord Krishna.

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