Is unrestricted area a diversion of 10 kms from kushalgarh on Sariska- Alwar road takes one to this enchanting site where pilgrims bathe in hot sulphur springs langurs (apes) stroll about and the bells of the scattered temples tinkle all day long. It was the place of penance for Mandav Rishi.
Is unrestricted area is 6 kms. This is a throbbing pilgrimage centre which revolves around the legend of King Bharathari who spent the closing years of his life in this ancient place amidst hills.
An 8 km drive from Tehla village is very well compensated by an enchanting view of the ruins of several fabulously carved temples which stand studded on a small hillock, surrounded on all sides by wooded hills. It is believed they date back as early as the 6th to 9th centuries. Particularly remarkable is the highly venerated Shiva temple, where people worship even today. It houses the single stone giant statue of the 23rd Jain Tirthankara, Santi Nath, locally known as Nogaza.
Is access through park is 20 kms. The metalled road commencing from the Sanctuary gate ends at this temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman. Here, is also the delightful Pandupol or Pandu gate where a cascading spring emerges from hard and compact rocks. Legend has it that the Pandava brothers took refuge here during their exile.