Book your tickets now to make the most of your holidays during the monsoon and enjoy in Mount Abu. At this place, you can enjoy the natural magnificence of lakes, foothills and woodlands right at the heart of the desert land.
Encircled by the tall Aravali hills, Nakki Lake boasts of an exciting mythic tale linked to it. According to the tale, the king had declared that he would tie his daughter's knot to the person who'd dig a lake during the night. So Balam Rasia, the man who wished to wed the monarch's daughter, made use of his nails (nakh) to dig the lake overnight. Later on, the princesses' stepmom refused to marry her daughter with him.
On a hill right behind the Nakki lake, there's big rock which boasts of a toad shape and all set to dive in the water.
Dilwara Jain Temple
Set up in the middle of the 11th & the 13th era, Dilwara Jain Temples are a pleasing illustration of intricate figures carved on marble arrangements. The calmness within the temple will give you a special feeling.
There are castles all over the state of Rajasthan built by the regal empire. This castle was constructed by Maharana Kumbha, the monarch of Mewar, who constructed around 32 castles all over the state during his supremacy.
If you are a big buff of natural things, Trevor's Tank is a vital spot. It's a basin in a remote location where you can enjoy crocodiles taking a sunbath, diverse fishes in the water bodies and birdies.
Brahma Kumari Ashram
Mount Abu is also home to the globe’s chief divine organisations named as Brahma Kumari Ashram. You can pay a visit to this place, enjoy meditation, pay attention to the speeches and explore how the Brahma Kumars & Brahma Kumaris live a simple life.
The peaceful walk up to Guru Shikhar, the highest mountaintop in the state is one of the top spots for explorers. The winding road is marked with pristine forest- a feast for the eyes.
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