Barmer is a desert city with ancient historic places. The city is blessed with many prehistoric temples which are still existing and are widely famous and visited in huge numbers of worshippers. These temples are no ordinary temples. The extraordinary detailing in the architecture of the temples is really awe inspiring which is really appreciable of the craftsmen and workers of that era. One of those masterpieces is Balark Sun Temple Barmer. This prehistoric Hindu temple is the temple of the sun god. Where 'balark' means rising thus Balark sun means rising sun.
About Balark Sun Temple: The Balark Sun Temple is resting at a distance of 42 kms away from Barmer in Juna Barmer. Like other most of the historic remnants Balark Sun Temple is also situated on a hilltop. The temple lies in the vicinity of Barmer fort ruins which are scattered in around 15 sq. Km. The architectural workmanship is outstandingly flawless. The pleasant arena of the temple hedged by the strong mountains, sparkling lakes and vegetation makes the temple a serene and harmonious sight to see. The temple is sanctified to the mighty Sun god, that is why it's name was kept Balark sun temple which means rising sun. Thereby, it is the main spot of tourist attraction .
The temple is decorated and adorned with designs and carvings which are gnarly. On the entrance there is a egregious idol of sun planted on the main entrance. The idol is painted in dazzling golden colour and the temple is simply decorated but everything detailing was done by proper consideration. The idol of the sun good is adorned and decorated in a very enticing manner which is mainly attracting the tourists towards itself. Visit Balark sun temple as it is a beautiful sight to see , also one can see the whole top look of the beautiful desert city Barmer from the top of the hill.
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