According to locals, the Maharaj of Surajkund kumbhalgarh, Awadheshanand ji, is predominantly from Punjab and spent 15 to 17 years searching for this spot. Visitors are well taken care of by Awadheshanand ji Maharaj. Their walking speed is far faster than that of the average individual.
Shri Avdheshanand Ji Maharaj’s current residence
This location is quite calm and beautiful, with a lush green landscape; you will feel at ease here. Surajkund is a fantastic location! This is a must-see while hiking across the highlands!
Distance from Udaipur to Surajkund
The distance from Udaipur to Surajkund is 100 kilometer (and it take approx two and half hour to reach).
Surajkund kumbhalgarh Images
There are two options for getting here.
One, we can go from a village named Gawar near Kelwara, from where you will have to walk and acquire marks for going to Surajkund along the way. Which is shown in the image below.
Mahashivratri at Surajkund
Welcome to the Mahashivratri procession with 11 thousand lamps at Surajkund Dham.
The night rising occurred in the presence of Mahant Avadheshanand Maharaj in Surajkund Dham, the Kumbhalgarh Sanctuary’s confluence of Earth and Hades. Around the Dham’s hills and the water, 11,000 lamps were illuminated.
During the Mahashivratri festival at Surajkund Dham, there were long lines of pilgrims all day.
Thousands of devotees travelled from all over the state, including Mewar and Marwar, to pay their respects to the Mahant of Surajkund. The entire Surajkund Dham was lit up with 11000 lamps in the evening. At 3 to 6 p.m., 9 p.m., and 12 p.m., Maha Aarti was held at Parshuram Mahadev Cave Temple for the darshan of devotees in Parashuram Mahadev.
At night, there was an ashes aarti in the monastery of Veron. Dudheshwar Mahadev Temple in Dudhtalai and Mandi Mahadev Temple in Charbhuja hosted the festivities.