Balark Sun Temple is situated on a rough hillock in Juna Barmer. The sanctuary is situated close to the vestiges of an old fortress, which is spread over a territory of around 15 sq km and is encompassed by the remainders of Juna Barmer. This sanctuary is committed to the Sun God.
Truth be told, the very name Balark implies Rising Sun. Alternate attractions close to the Balark Sun Temple are the Jain Temple, Mahaveer Park, Nakoda Temple, Rani Bhatiani Temple, Chintamani Parasnath Jain Temple, Devka Sun Temple, Juna Jain Temple and Safed Akhara. The Balark Sun Temple is available to all. Enthusiasts, voyagers, history buffs, paleohistory understudies and picture takers will appreciate an excursion to the Balark Sun Temple in Barmer. The best season to visit the Balark Sun Temple will be the winter months extending from November to March.