The Eklingji temple, Rajasthan is devoted to Lord Shiva, the tutelary deity of the former Mewar rulers. It is situated approximately 24 km to the north of Udaipur. Eklingji Shiva temple Udaipur is a huge complex consisting of 108 temples. Enclosing the temple are high walls with bathing terraces leading down to the water. Filling the temple with fragrance all the time are the lighted incense materials.
Udaipur Eklingji temple houses a 50 feet high multi-faced black stone
statue of Lord Shiva. There are four faces of the statue, depicting Lord
Shiva in his four forms. In the east is Surya (sun), in the west is
Brahma, in the north is Vishnu and in the south is Rudra. In the center
of these images is the Shivlinga, encircled by a silver snake. The
temple houses the whole family of Lord Shiva, including Parvatiji (wife
of Shiva) and Ganeshji (son of Shiva).
Eklingji temple of Udaipur also contains the statues of Yamuna and
Saraswati. The temple has silver doors depicting Lord Ganesha and Lord
Kartikeya. Located nearby Eklingji Shiva temple, are the temples of Amba
Mata, Ganeshji and Kalika. Also shown in the brackets are nymphs in
erotic dance postures and a life size image of Bapparawal.