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About Mount Abu
Historically, the only hill station in Rajasthan, Mount Abu is much more than just a summer retreat. The legend has it that Abu stands for the son of Himalayan, deriving its name from Arbuada, the powerful serpent that rescued Nandi, the sacred bull of Lord Shiva, from a chasm. The place has also been home to many saints and sage such as the Sage Vashishtha, who is believed to have created four agnikula Rajput clans from a fire - pit by performing a 'yagna' or fire sacrifice, to protect the earth from the demons.
Mount Abu Rajasthan
Undulating lanes and colorful bazaars make Mount Abu an interesting experience. Today, Mount Abu is a major tourist attraction in the country. We list below a selection of major attractions of Mount Abu
Dilwara Temple
These Jain temples are Mount Abu's main attraction and among the finest examples of Jain architecture in India . The complex includes two temples in which the art of carving marbles reached unsurpassed heights.
Adhar Temple
Formed by a natural cleft, this wonderful Durga temple is chiseled out of a huge rock. There are some 365 steps leading to this temple.
Nakki Lake
According to the legends, this lake was excavated with the fingernails of God. The only lake in India to lie 1200m above from sea level, it is worth visiting. The charming and peaceful Nakki Lake , which lies beyond the Raghunath temple houses many little islets.
Sunset Point
This serene place offers an amazing view of the crimson colours of dusk, kissing lush plains on the horizon. Of the various viewpoints around town this is the most popular one.
Honeymoon Point
This point provides an enchanting view of the lush green valley and plains. The view of this place looks spectacular especially during the sunset.
Climate & Season
Mount Abu has a very warm climate. Temperatures during summers range from 23`C to 28`c. Temperatures during winters drop to as low as 10`C. The best season to visit is from February - June, September – December, when the weather remains cool and tolerable. During the summers, one must carry light tropical clothes. In the winters, it is necessary to carry woolens.
How to Reach Mount Abu

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By Air: Mount Abu is connected by air. The nearest airport in Udaipur and Ahmedabad.
By Train: The nearest railhead Abu Road is 27-km, which connect Mount Abu with all the major cities of India.
By Road: There is excellent roadway services in Mount Abu with many important cities inside and outside the state. Some notable distances are : Ahmedabad 214 kms, Bombay 835 kms, Delhi 768 kms, Jaipur 515 kms, Udaipur 182 kms, Jodhpur 291 kms, Ranakpur 168 kms.
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