Shri Nathji’s temple at Nathdwara has a beauty of its own. The Dilwara Jain temples at Mt. Abu are beautiful specimens of rich carvings on marble.
Among the forts in this area (at one time they numbered 85) next in importance to Chittorgarh is the Kumbhalgarh Fort, built on a peck 3,500 ft high, with commanding views of the Aravalli range and the desert of Marwar.
Mount Abu is an important place Jain interest besides being a pretty hill station. It is famous for its Dilwara temples, as well as for some ruins of the Pratihar empire. At the foothills of the Abu range, abot 6.4 km from the abu Road Station along a dried-up sandy stream, lie the remains of Chandravati, which was the seat of the Paramara kings of Abu.
In the desert land the main places of interest are Jodhpur, Bikaner and Jaisalmer Jodhpur was founded by Rao Jodha, head of the Rathore clan, in AD 1458, and Bikaner by Rao Bhika a few years later. Eight kilometers to the North of Jodhpur is the ancient capital of Mandore with its gardens containing the memorials of the former rulers of Jodhpur.