The Jagdish Temple is the most important temple in the city and a fascinating place of worship flanked by elephants and riders. A steep staircase leads to the temple. Inside, there's an air of true devotion. The devotees present their offerings and pray, led by the Master. Taking photos inside is not allowed. It was originally built by Maharana Jagat Singh I in 1651 AD, this fascinating place of worship enshrines a black stone image of Lord Vishnuji. If you're lucky, you could find yourself surprised with live music or the sound of bells, for the prayer of the faithful. This is a Jain temple. Jainism is a very important religion in Rajhastan.