Mount Abu Industrial Visit

Mount Abu going students can have their industrial visit in Abu road industrial area developed by RIICO, The main industries in this area are of marble & granite, miniature cement plants, HDPE bags, synthetic yarns, mineral grinding, ABS resin, and insulators. The main industrial setup includes Modern Insulators, Pristine Industries Ltd, Uma Polymers, Triputi Fibers etc. Another industrial attraction is the Diesel Loco Shed of Indian Railways with holdings of 60 locomotives.

The only hill station in Rajasthan, Mount Abu is both a popular hill resort as well as a place of pilgrimage since the famous Dilwara Jain temples are located here. It is a pleasant green oasis of lush forested hills set in the barren desert scape of Rajasthan.

Mount Abu is situated at the southern tip of the Aravali range, the hill retreat owes its cool climate to its rich flora covering the entire hillside that includes coniferous trees and flowering shrubs. During the period of the Maharajas, it was used as a place of leisure by the royalties. The place presents an interesting contrast of British style bungalows and holiday lodges with various tribal communities residing amidst the thick lush forest on the hills surrounding the region.
The tribal community of this area still maintains its pristine ways of living despite progress of the modern times.

Sights to See

Dilwara Jain Temples
The beautifully carved temples built between 11th and 13th century AD are sheer elegance in marble, dedicated to the Jain Tirthankaras.

Gaumukh Temple
A natural spring flowering through a sculpted cow’s head gives the shrine its name. Nearby is the magnificent marble image of Nandi, the celestial bull rescued by Arbuada.

Adhar Devi Temple
The temple is chiselled out of a huge rock reached by a flight of 360 stairs. A favourite tourist spot.

Nakki lake
A tiny lake, picturesquely set amid hills. The lake islets are approachable by a boat. Set in the heart of the town, the lake gets its name from the legend that it was scooped out by the gods with their finger nails or ‘Naka’. It is the only artificial lake in India that is located at a height to 1. 200 m.

Sunset Point
Spectacular sight of the setting sun when the hills are covered in the golden glow can be viewed from here.Honeymoon Point
Also known as Anadra Point, it offers an enchanting view of the verdant plains and valleys. The place looks most beautiful during the dusk.

Contact Us

For More Information Write to us At



  • Pristine Industries Ltd
  • Tirupati Fibres & Industries Ltd
  • Uma Polymers Ltd
  • Modern Insulators Limited

And many More Industries for more information see state wise list of Industries


Achalgarh (10 km): A fort built by Rana Kumbha in the 14th century, with the Achaliswar Mahadev Temple and Kantinath Jain Temple.

Gurushikhar (15 km):  At 1720 m, this is the highest point on the mount.

Ambaji (Gujrat) (50 km): A very popular temple dedicated to Amba-Mata which attracts a large number of devotees. Darshan Timings:  7 to 10.30 am; 1 to 3 pm; 4 to 7 pm.

Palanpur (79 km): A former princely state ruled by the Nawabs, Palanpur is today known for its perfumeries and is a source  of manpower for India’s diamond cutting industry. The Palace of the Nawab and the Balaram Mahadev Temple, 12 km from Palanpur, are worth visiting. Accommodation: Balaram Palace Resort (Heritage), Chitrasani Village, Off Abu- -Palanpur Highway No.14, Tel: 02742 284380; Hotel Lajwanti, Highway Char Rasta, Tel: 02742 257200,250571.

Ranakpur (193 Km via Sirohi and Falna): Beautifully sculptured Jain temples mark the glory of this place. The main temple, known as the Chaumukha Temple, is dedicated to Adinathji and was built in the 15th century. Accommodation: Maharani Bagh Orchard (Heritage), Tel: 02934 285105. Fax: 285151; Hotel Shilpi (RTDC), Tel: 02934 285074

Kumbalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary (198 km):This sanctuary adjoins the historical Kumbalgarh Fort. The Jain temple of Ranakpur is also situated in the Sanctuary.

How would you like to travel?

The nearest and most convenient airports are at Udaipur (185 km) and Ahmedabad (222 km)
The nearest railhead is Abu Road (29 km), linked with Ahmedabad, Delhi, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Mumbai, etc.
Mount Abu is connected by motorable roads with:
  • Agra 735 km via Ajmer and Jaipur
  • Ahmedabad 222 km
  • Delhi 764 km
  • Jaipur 510 km
  • Jodhpur 267 km
  • Udaipur 185 km via Pindwara, Jaswanthgarh, Gogunda, Iswal and
  • 277 km via Sanderao, Sadri, Ranakpur