1. - Sachiyay Mata Temple
  2. - Mahavira Temple ( Jain )
  3. - Surya ( the sun temple )
  4. - Unforgettable camel safari experience
  5. - Offering an intimate glimpse into desert life
  6. - Enjoy a sunset camel ride



Price per person: INR 1850

Departure Point: Jodhpur

Return Point: Jodhpur

Type of Tour: Day Tour

Availability ( Days of the Week ) : Daily

Osian is a small town about 65km from Jodhpur, and is renowned for ancient temples like the Sachiyay Mata Temple, Mahavira Temple ( Jain ) , and Surya ( the sun temple ) .

Osian is also the gateway to an unforgettable camel safari experience, offering an intimate glimpse into desert life and a treasure trove of ancient sites and natural vistas.

Enjoy a sunset camel ride in the magical sands of the Thar desert – a unique journey and an adventurous way to explore Osian and forge a strong bond with a humped friend.


The Camel trip will be for half day and we will pick you up from your hotel. Trip will start around 1:30 PM and will finish around sunset. During your trip, our local guide will give you a walk to the small town of Osian and will take you to visit the beautiful ancient Hindu Goddess and Jain Temples. After the orientation of Temples you will be back to the camel ride around one and half hours on the beautiful send dunes and also have a lovely sunset.

If you are Four people this trip will cost you @ 1850 / INR. If you are more then four pax the above trip will be @ 1650 / INR. This trip includes the Car, Guide, Camel and Visit of temple.

Mahavira Temple

In 783 A.D, the Jain Temple was built by Pratihara King Vatsa. Dedicated to Lord Mahavira ( 24th Jain Tirthankara ) , the temple is considered as an important pilgrimage of the Jains. The temple is celebrated for its stunning architecture. The main door is carved with an impression of young maidens on it. Intricately carved pillars adorn the site of the main porch. In another porch, one can find a shade of a little stylish construction. The main shrine is sited on a high platform made of sandstone. The sanctum encompasses the idol of Lord Mahavira. In the hall, three balconies make the sanctum well ventilated.

Sachiya Mata Temple

The initial structure of Sachiya Mata temple was built in the 8th century. However, the present temple was materialized during the 12th century. Sachiya Temple is dedicated to Sachi Mata. Wife of Lord Indra ( Rain God ) , Goddess Sachi is also known as Indrani. The temple complex has two other shrines that are dedicated to Chandi Devi and Amba Mata respectively. Built in many phases, Sachiya Mata Temple can be entered through a series of wonderfully sculpted arches.

The interiors of the temple are decorated with beautiful images and sculptures of deities from the Hindu pantheon. In the north, a sculpture of Varaha ( Incarnation of Lord Vishnu as Boar ) embellishes the site, whereas an image of Lakshmi-Vishnu is visible in the east. A stone slab crammed with sculptures, emerging from the wall, can be traced in the west. This ancient temple is a perfect example of the medieval architecture. The artistic brilliance of the temple is worth seeing.