Mount AbuMount Abu happens to be the only hill station in the state of Rajasthan, positioned by the side of a 1200 m high plateau in the south of the state. It is close to the Gujarat border and a major pilgrim centre from the time immortal. Along with the weather, vegetation and mythological significance, Mount Abu gets millions of visitors throughout the year for its famous Jain temples. The Dilwara temples have been rated as the best Jain temples in the country, and their splendour and charm is beyond any description. Besides these world-class Jain temples, Mount Abu fascinates travellers for other sites like the Gaumukh Temple, Achalgarh Fort, Toad's Rock, Sunset Point, and Trevor’s Tank etc.
Attractions at Mount Abu
This noteworthy group of Jain temples, Dilwara is the main attraction of Mount Abu. Among the group, the temples ' Vimal Vasahi ' and ' Tejpal temple ' exhibit the finest example of the Jain art.
Kesar Bhawan Palace features among the oldest places in Mount Abu, and attracts travellers for its grandeur and charm.
The Sunrise Palace endows with an overwhelming panoramic view of lush green Aravali Hills surrounding it, and adored immensely by those looking for a peaceful holiday
Nakki Lake is a big attraction for tourists, and boasts of its linkage to the famed Indian mythology amid its strange rock formations.
Gomukh Temple, Connaught House, Achalgarh Fort, Guru Shikar and Adhar Devi Temple are some other sites in Mount Abu which are worth visiting.