Navachoki Mamadeva Temple
Kumbhalgarh; constructed by Maharana KUMBHA (1433-1468); situated in a gorge below the fort. It houses an image of Kuber (the Hindu god of wealth) and contains several black marble slabs, the earliest of which dates back to 1491. They are inscribed with the history of Mewar, the fourth slab of which has been published. There are also two chhatris (pavilions), commemorating Maharana Kumbha, and his grandson, PRITHVI RAJ who, though the Crown Prince, was exiled from Mewar because of a fight with his brother, Sanga, and became a celebrated adventurer.
Golerao Jain Temple
The Golerao Jain Temples are one of the most important attractions of the Kumbhalgarh Fort. It is a group of nine temples that are located in a beautiful area of the fort that elicits a certain mystique and serenity. Situated pretty close to the Bhawan Devi Temple, the Golerao Jain Temples are adorned by a number of beautifully carved sculptures of gods and goddesses on the walls and pillars, all of which combine to lend it an impressive character.
Neelkanth Mahadev Temple
The Neelkanth Mahadev Temple is a very famous Shiva Temple which is located in the Kumbhalgarh Fort. The temple was built in 1458 AD and has a six feet high Shivling, made of stone. One of the unique featuresof this temple is the fact that you can enter it from all four directions, which is commonly referred to as a Sarvatobhadra temple.In addition to that, the temple has an open mandap that is visible from afar.Located east of the Vedi shrine, you can experience a beautiful light and sound show that is held at the Neelkanth Mahadev Temple every evening.The rustic ambience offered by the temple and its surrounding area is quite a sight in itself, turning the visitor in you into an ardent admirer.