Dilwara Jain Temples are the Jain temples that were constructed between 11th to 13thcentury AD. Some consider its craftsmanship in marble to be superior to that of the Taj Mahal. The main temple complex consists of five different temples dedicated to the Jain Tirthankaras. Dilwara temples may be visited 365 days a year from 12noon till 5pm. As per legends, Nakki Lake was created by the Devtas by digging up with their nails or, nakh. It is the only Indian artificial lake at such a high altitude of 3937ft approximately and one of the top sightseeing places here. It is considered sacred by the local tribes who perform rituals here. Situated at the heart of Mount Abu, it is the cynosure of attraction in the evening. You can enjoy boating or, just relaxing on its banks to unwind in peace. You can watch the sun going down from this place which lies to the south west of the Nakki Lake. The panorama triggers the spirits of festivity as you see the lush green plains thousands of feet below. The fort of Achal Garh was built by Rana Kumbha in the 15th Century. Within it lies the Achaleswar Mahadev Temple. Unlike in other temples, here the great toe of Lord Shiva is worshipped. The idol of Nandi is made of five metals such as gold, silver, copper, brass and zinc. This place is considered miraculous and is among the must see places. Guru Shikhar is located at an altitude of 5676 feet, this is the highest point in the state of Rajasthan. Here is the Temple of Dattatreya, an embodiment of Lord Vishnu. The footprints of Guru Dattatreya are preserved here on a rock. This spot must be included by your travel guide.