Delwara Jain Temple, built between 11th to 13th century AD is one of the finest Jain temple known all over the world for its extraordinary architecture and marvelous marble stone carvings, while some experts also consider it architecturally superior to the Taj Mahal. It seems fairly basic temple from outside but every cloud has a silver lining, the interiors of the temple showcases the extraordinary work of human craftsmanship at its best.
Nakki Lake, the mythological lake with a very interesting story behind its creation is the heart of Mount Abu. The legend has it that this lake was dugg by Gods or Devtas using their nails or nakh, that’s why the name Nakki Lake – few sections of local tribes also consider Nakki Lake as a holy lake and worship it. Nakki lake is also the only Indian artificial lake situated at such a height above sea level.
The Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the oldest parts of the Abu mountain ranges. The sanctuary is home to many sightseeing points offering breathtaking views and many people visit just for the sightseeing and views but most visit the sanctuary for the animals and birds. The Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary is about 7 kilometres long and only 300 metres wide. This means that while you take the long walk down the sanctuary you won’t miss much on either side.
Gurushikhar holds the honor of being not only the highest peak of Mt. Abu but the whole of Aravali mountain range, situated at a height of 1722 meters from the sea-level Gurushikar provides a breathtaking panoramic view of Abu town and green Aravali range.
But after all words are just words!! You have to be there to experience all of its beauty and serenity!!
Think Mt. Abu.. .
Think Mt. Regency… .