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Located amidst the lush green Aravalli hills of Mount Abu in Rajasthan, the Dilwara Temple is the most beautiful pilgrimage site for the Jains. Designed by Vastupal Tejpal and built by Vimal Shah between the 11th and 13th century, this temple is renowned for the opulent use of marble and intricate carvings on every hook and corner. From the outside, the Dilwara Temple looks quite austere but, once you enter the inside, you will go head over heels with the stunning designs and patterns carved on roofs, walls, archways and pillars.

Sunset Point

A destination is not complete without a Sunset point, and Mount Abu isn't an exception. The outlandish view of the rugged Aravali ranges, sunkissed by the radiating rays of the setting sun is what draws scores of tourists to this picturesque location near the famous Nakki Lake. The Sunset Point in Mount Abu is frequented by nature lovers who revel in the setting rays of the sun. This is a perfect picnic spot as one can admire the magic of the col...

...oured sky as the sun sets, painted in hues of red and orange, contrary to the rich greenery of the Aravali Ranges in the background.

Peace Park

The Brahma Kumaris Peace Park is both immaculate and quiet; an indigenous environment where quiet and diversion exist together. The entertainment focus is settled between two highest points of the Aravali slants — Guru Shikhar and Achal Garh – that are standard spots of adventure. The Peace Park is a forsake spring of basic perfection around eight kilometers from the Brahma Kumaris base camp in Mount Abu. Some portion of the interest...

... of the spot is that it is lovingly directed to by dedicated Brahma Kumars and Kumaris who get a kick out of welcoming an enormous number of voyagers reliably.

Honeymoon Point

The Honeymoon Point in Mount Abu, at an elevation of 4000 foot, offers an exquisite view of the setting sun, painting the sky yellow and red. Also known as Anadara Point, this scenic location is considered an ideal spot to unwind after a long day of travel and sightseeing. The beauty lies in the backdrop of the gorgeous Nakki Lake and the Old gateway to Mount Abu. This picturesque place is perfect to capture not only the sun shining at a distance...

... but also to feel the brush of air while gazing at the endless horizon.

Arbuda Devi Temple

Arbuda Devi Temple is considered the most sacred pilgrim point in Mount Abu and stands as a testimony to the rich architectural heritage of Rajasthan. Legend has it that 'Adhar' of the goddess fell and it was found hanging in mid-air owing to which the temple is also known as Adhar Devi Temple. Arbuda Devi is considered as the incarnation of Katyayani Devi. The temple is a favourite Hindu pilgrimage spot and it is swarming with devotees during th...

...e 9 holy days of the Navratri season. You can reach the Arbuda Devi Temple after a 365 step climb, each step symbolic of each day in a year which one might find to be a strenuous climb but it is rewarding as you get an entire view of the city from the top.

Dilwara Temples

Located amidst the lush green Aravalli hills of Mount Abu in Rajasthan, the Dilwara Temple is the most beautiful pilgrimage site for the Jains. Designed by Vastupal Tejpal and built by Vimal Shah between the 11th and 13th century, this temple is renowned for the opulent use of marble and intricate carvings on every hook and corner. From the outside, the Dilwara Temple looks quite austere but, once you enter the inside, you will go head over heels...

... with the stunning designs and patterns carved on roofs, walls, archways and pillars.