Rasik Bihari Temple in Jodhpur, Rajasthan is situated off the Udai Mandir road. It is also recognized as Niniji Temple in Jodhpur, India. The temple creating is fairly a fascinating 1. It's mostly dedicated to Rasik Bihari.
At present, the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) is overlooking the management and maintenance in the temple.
Rasik Bihari temple has meeting halls recognized as Sabha Mandaps. They are built with red sandstone pillars. Within the temple complex is Garbh Grihai, surrounded by a gallery (for parikrama), created up of white stone.
The meeting hall is devoted to Rasik Bihari, Lord Krishna and Goddess Radha. It also has statues of Lord Vishnu, Garuda and Hanumanji, resting on each sides of the hall doors. On one part from the most important door, it is possible to see Adi Vinayak Ganeshji.