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Best 3 places to visit in Mount Abu
10 months ago

 It is situated in the Aravalli mountain range approximate elevation around 1,220 meters above the sea level, with the highest point being "Gurr Shikhar" which situated at the height of 1,722 meters above the sea level. As the main slope station in Rajasthan, it has been a well known withdraw for the occupant as the place far from the hot forsake warm. It is a significant place in Hindu mythology as it mentioned as the place where the Sage Vashistha retired. It is a great tourist destination, a hill station with a distinctive blend of flavors of Rajasthan. Here are the 3 best places to visit in Mount Abu:-

  1. Dilwara Jain Temples

It is located at the distance of just 2.5 kilometers from Mount Abu, the Dilwara Jain temples were built between 11th a 13th century. The feature which makes it must visit is the amazing and brilliant use of marble in architecture. The temple consists 5 temples which are unique to join culture in India namely Luna Vasahi, Parshvanath, Vimal Vasahi, Pithalhar and Mahavir Swami.

  1. Guru Shikhar

Guru Shikhar is at the highest point in Mount Abu and it forms the highest point in Aravalli mountain range. The place is perfect to get a panoramic view of the whole region and it is famous for the temple of Guru Dattatreya as the incarnation of Hindu Deities Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva in one.

 

  1. Nakki Lake

Nakki Lake is the most popular attraction in Mount Abu. It is a sacred and ancient lake. According to Hindu mythology, the lake was dug out by Gods by simply using their mail to gain a shelter from Demon Banshkhali. Nakki Lake is a great spot for a picnic with family and friends alike.  

 

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