Parshuram Mahadev Temple is said that Parshuram, the sixth avatar of Lord Vishnu, made the cave with his axe and used to worship Lord Shiva at this serene place in the foothills of the Aravalis mountain range. The cave, 3,995 feet above sea-level, has naturally made figures of Lord Ganesh and Lord Shiva and also has nine Kunds which never go dry. There are 500 stairs to reach down to the ancient cave. It is also known as Amarnath temple of Rajasthan and second Amarnath temple of India.
Ranakpur Jain Teemple also klnown as Chaumukha Temple is a renowned Jain temple at Ranakpur is dedicated to Tirthankara Rishabhanatha. The temple honors Adinath, the first Tirthankar of the present half-cycle (avasarpiṇī) according to Jain cosmology. The town of Ranakpur and the temple are named after the provincial ruler monarch, Rana Kumbha who supported the construction of the temple.The Ranakpur temple is one of the largest and most important temples of Jain culture.
Kumbhalgarh Fort is the second most important fort of Rajasthan after Chittorgarh. Located at a distance of 4 kms from The Hotel. This unconquerable fortress is secured under the kind protection of the Aravali ranges. Kumbhalgarh Fort was built by Maharana Rana Kumbha in the 15th century. The fort derived its name from the same factor.
Encircled by thirteen elevated mountain peaks, the fort is constructed on the top most ridges around 1,914 meters above sea level. The fortifications of the fort extend to the length of 36 kilometers and this fact has made this fort to be in the international records. It is stated to be the second longest wall in the world, the first being ''the Great Wall of China''. The huge complex of the Fort has numerous palaces, temples and gardens making it more magnificent.
Kumbalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary is home to a variety of wildlife, some of which are endangered species. The wildlife includes the Indian wolf, Indian leopard, sloth bear, striped hyena, Golden jackal, jungle cat, sambhar, nilgai, chausingha (the four horned antelope), chinkara and Indian hare. The leopard is the apex predator in the sanctuary. The birds at Kumbhalgarh include the normally shy and untrusting grey jungle fowl. Peacocks and doves can be sighted feeding on grains scattered by the jungle guards. Birds like the red spur fowl, parakeet, golden oriole, grey pigeon, bulbul, dove and white breasted kingfisher can also be seen near the water holes.
Best Activities Trekking, Horse Safari, Jungle Jeep Safari
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