Kaila Devi temple is located on the banks of river Kalisil, a tributary river of Banas river, Karauli district of Rajasthan .The presiding deity of this temple is Goddess Kaila Devi, who is believed to be the form of Goddess Durga, the goddess of warrior and Goddess Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth.
Goddess Kaila Devi is considered as a Guardian deity of the former princely Jadaun Rajput rulers of Karauli.The temple also houses the shrine of Lord Hanuman, the mighty monkey god, worshiped by the name Lord Languriya, and the shrine of Bhairon.
There are a number of red flags placed around the temple which was planted by the devotees. Devotees used to show their delight along with the red flags planted in the temple.
The temple conducts Jagran by the Bhagat ji, which is considered the most attractive event in the temple which takes place at 9.00 PM every day.
The temple houses the two statues, the statue of Goddess Kaila Devi and the statue of Goddess Chamunda Devi, found sitting together.The specialty of the temple is that the palace of Maharaja Shri Krishna Chandra Pal is found in the background of the temple.
Annual fair – March/April
Location and Transportation
The nearest airport to reach Kaila Devi is Jaipur Airport which is about 170 km.
Kaila Devi is situated near the broad gauge Western Central Railway line on Delhi – Bombay route. Kaila Devi is well connected to Major railway station HINDAUN CITY which in turn are connected to various parts of the country.
RSRTC operates frequent buses to Jaipur and Delhi. It also serve buses for Hindaun City (53 km), Jaipur (170 km), Bharatpur (90 km), Mathura (220 km), Agra (225 km), Delhi (325 km), Gangapur city (34 km) and Karauli (23 km).
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