Kunj Bihari Temple is located in Jodhpur which appears to be the replica of the famous Ghanshyamji temple in Jodhpur. The temple is an instance of wonderful and terrific structure. The pinnacle of the temple and the entrance is designed in a completely lovely way so that it will scouse borrow a glance. The temple is devoted to Shri Kunj Bihari or Lord Krishna. A statue of Meera Bai, the greatest devotee of Lord Krishna rests at the doorway of the temple.
There is a Garbha Griha or significant hall within the temple. Opposite to and dealing with the statue of Meera Bai, the idol of Lord Krishna may be visible. At the entrance, itself, rests a statue of Meera Bai, the exquisite devotee of Lord Krishna. Inside the temple is the Garbh Griha, wherein, simply opposite to and facing the Meera is Lord Krishna. To the proper of the statue of Meera, is the statue of a saint, Namdeo. Also to the left of Meera is Hanumanji's statue.