Culture & People : Temple of Rats, Rajasthan, India


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Near the India – Pakistan border and around 30 kms from Bikaner in Rajasthan, India, lies a small town called Deshnoke. The town is famous for its ancient temple, known as Karni Mata temple, which goes back 600 years. Goddess Karni is worshipped here, but that is not the only reason for the temple’s fame.The Karni Mata temple shelters more than 20,000 rodents! Built by Maharaja Ganga Singh in the early 1900’s the temple has a remarkable entrance, decorated with silver and gold. With thousands of tiny, brown blurs of motion bustling across its marble floor. It looks as though you may have entered a kingdom of rats and they are all busy going about their daily routine. These rats eat, run, sleep and do almost everything like other rats, and surprisingly the disturbance by the hoards of visitors does not seem to bother them.

 

These rats

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5 comentarii la “Culture & People : Temple of Rats, Rajasthan, India

  1. I have been to this temple at 6 tines dear
    it is known as ” Deshnok ” which is 100 kms from Bikaner Rajasthan

    thank you for posting 🙂

    Apreciază

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