Situated in the district of Pali, Ranakpur is considered as one of the most popular heritage sites of Rajasthan. The most spectacular and stunning Jain temples constructed with finest marbles are the major attractions for tourists, especially for the jain community. There is still a royal family, which manages to have the Sun temple of Ranakpur which proves the science of light and energy resources on behalf of natural sciences and ancient universal values.
Located in the pali district of Rajasthan, this Swetamber jain temple is also named as chaturmukha dharana vihara. The outbound structure and delicate carvings throughout everywhere relishes the true joy of artistry in this temple. Being one of the five Gorwad panch tirth, one can have a butter sight for ancestral fine arts and architectural design whether we talk about the pillars or the whole structure of the complex.
Originally built in the 13th century but the new structure of this Sun God temple dates back to the earliest 15th century. It has also an underrated but really stunning design of art. Several historical or cultural or religious enthusiasts come up to this temple to quench their thirst of curiosity.
Muchhal Mahavir temple is dedicated to lord Mahavira of the Jain community, which also forms a reconciliation with other four Garwad panch tirth. As a symbol of Mahavir Swami's presence, some of his fallen moustache hair is preserved here, which is a sign of Bhagwan.