ATTRACTIONS IN 100KM RADIUS OF THE PROPERTY
Taranga Jain complex (32km): Scenically set among rocky hills, the 12th century Ajithnath temple was built by the Chalukyan king Kumarapala Solanki, a disciple of the Jain scholar, Acharya Hemachandra. A large Jain temple, its exterior walls and shikhara are covered with fine sculptures. A unique feature of the complex is that both the major Jain sects, Shvetambaras and the Digambaras, visit the shrines of Taranga.
Ambaji (21km): One of India’s holiest temples, Ambaji is one of the 51 Shakti Peethas.
Kumbhariya Jain temples (20km): This complex of Jain temples built between 1062 and 1134AD is an architectural marvel. The temples have splendid marble carvings with intricate work.
Palanpur (42km): An erstwhile princely state, Palanpur has palaces and other princely relics.
Sidhpur (65km): Sidhpur is a Hindu holy place and has the remains of the 12th century Rudramalaya temple. It is also well known for its majestic mansions of the Bohras, a mercantile Muslim community. Finely embroidered Bohra caps and clothing can be bought here.
Mount Abu (72km): The premier hill station of Rajasthan, Mount Abu has many palaces, the Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary and the exquisitely carved 11th-12th century Dilwara Jain temples.
Patan (93km): Traditional Rajput cuisine, Both veg and non-veg, Jain food etc..