Dilwara Jain Temple is a Jain temple which was constructed between the 11th and 13th century. Some people consider its craftsmanship better than the Taj Mahal in marble. There are five different temples dedicated to Jain Tirthankars in the main temple premises. In the temples of Dilwara, 365 days of the year can be viewed from 12 a.m. to 5 p.m. According to the legends, the god was actually made by digging his nails or nose. It is the only Indian artificial lake at an altitude of 393 artificial feet which is one of the top sights here. It is considered sacred by local tribes who perform rituals here. Located in the center of Mount Abu, this evening is the center of attraction. You can enjoy boating at its edge to relax in peace. You can see the sun going down from this place, which is located exactly southwest of the lake. Panorama triggers the celebration of spirits because you see green plains below thousands of feet. The Fort of Achal Garh was built by Rana Kumbha in the 15th century. Within it is the Achaleshwar Mahadev Temple located. Unlike other temples, here Lord Shiva’s great leg is worshiped. Nandi’s idol is made of five metals like gold, silver, copper, bronze, and zinc. This place is considered miraculous and should look at the places. Guru summit is located at an altitude of 5676 feet, it is the highest point in the state of Rajasthan. Here the incarnation of Lord Vishnu is the temple of Dattatreya. The footprints of Guru Dattatreya are preserved on a rock here. This place should be included in your travel guide.
You have to climb 365 stairs to reach the temple of God in the rocky crack. Goddess Durga is worshiped here. During Navaratri, this temple is filled with devotees. Gaumukh temple was the residence of Rishi Vashishta. According to folklore, Rishi had organized a religious ceremony here, which created four major Rajput clans. There is a waterfall in this temple which comes out of a rock, which is shaped like a cow’s face. Rishi Ved Vyas suggested Dharma Raj Yudhishtir spend one night in this ashram. In return, Yudhishthar could get blessings equal to the donation of one thousand cows. If you wonder what to do in Mount Abu, take a meal here or buy memorabilia around the stalls. Trevor’s crocodile park was built by a British engineer, Trevor created a huge tank that is used for the breeding of crocodiles. This place is ideal for picnics. It is the center for seeing natural creatures such as birds and wild animals in their natural habitat. This is one of the places to roam during the holidays. If you are a wildlife enthusiast, see about seven kilometers long and three hundred meters wide wildlife sanctuary In 1960, this place was declared a Wildlife Sanctuary. Its foothills are thorny forests and have evergreen forests at the height. It consists of 112 plant families, 820 species and 3 species of wild roses. Sanctuary is at a high position among tourism destinations due to its rare creation.