#खोहगंग की बाबड़ी,जयपुर
==मीणा राजाओं द्वारा निर्मित प्रमुख मंदिर :==
#दांतमाता का मंदिर, जमवारामगढ़- सीहरा मीणाओं की कुल देवी
#शिव मंदिर, नई का नाथ, बांसखो,जयपुर
#बांकी माता का मंदिर, रायसर,जयपुर-ब्याडवाल मीणाओं की कुलदेवी
#बाई का मंदिर, बड़ी चौपड़,जयपुर
▲नोट:- मीणा जाति के इतिहास की विस्तॄत जानकारी हेतु लेखक श्री लक्ष्मीनाराण झरवाल की पुस्तक "मीणा जाति और स्वतंत्रता का इतिहास" अवश्य पढ़े।
*"Rajasthan" by Pauline Lynden ISBN-13:9782843234460. Abstract: The state of Rajasthan in northwestern India is a land of contrasts, ranging from fertile farmlands to scorching desert sands. The varied landscape is home to a complex society of Hindus, Muslims, Jains, and Sikhs from numerous castes and clans. When feudalism ended in Rajasthan in 1947 with India's independence, artists, dancers, mimes, percussionists, singers, and acrobats lost their patrons-the Rajput nobility-and became street performers or artists-for-hire. These two books explore how art has survived in Rajasthan since that time. Impressions of Rajasthan, the first English-language publication from the Busquets, longtime residents of India, offers a balanced view of Rajasthani society, from the [[Dalit]]-formerly called "[[Dalit|untouchables]]"-to the [[Zamindar Mina]], wealthy landowners who are vegetarian Hindus. Rajasthan's geographic and human diversity spawned its vibrant artistic traditions, the guardians of which are the women. Impressions includes colorful pictures of women decorating their homes, drawing the sacred diagrams (or "[[mandana]]") to propitiate the gods, painting pictograms representing rites of passage, and executing traditional wall paintings called thapa. Two hundred magnificent full-color illustrations enliven the in-depth study of these art forms and their long history, symbolism, techniques, themes, and motifs. Also portrayed is the work of male artists, public artists for hire who prepare themselves spiritually through meditation just as the women ritually prepare their courtyards with cow dung, ocher, and water before painting the walls. Van Lynden's first publication, Rajasthan, is the perfect complement to Impressions. Whereas Impressions is more scholarly, with historical, cultural, and anthropological content (as well as a helpful glossary and a brief English-language bibliography), Rajasthan is more personal, almost spiritual.