HarshnathTemple is another sanctuary of Rajasthan committed to Lord Shiva and it is situated in the Sikar area of Rajasthan. This Shiva sanctuary was built amid the tenth century or around 973 AD, and this was demonstrated by an engraving dated on the dividers of the sanctuary. This sanctuary is based on the Aravalli Hills and was accepted to be worked by a self-denying of Lord Shiva named Bhaakta. The sanctuary is in ruins at show and there are numerous hallowed places and sanctuaries are encompassed by the principle sanctuary. It is additionally said that the sanctuary was built amid the rule of Chahamana King named Vigraharaja.
In spite of its run down express the fundamental sanctuary is known for the additional standard developments and wonderful carvings on its columns. The templeis made by the Hindu sanctuary engineering as that is the reason it is confronting the east which is considered as the propitious heading as sun ascends from the bearing and the arrangement of the development is made on the arrangement of pancharatha or the Five Chariots sanctuary, joined to a focal mandapa which is named as the ranga mandapa and there are four focal columns which are combined inadjacent positions. The structure of the inward field is made with kakshasana railings which are going by a different place of the Nandi or the Bull which is known as the carriage of Lord Shiva-Nandi mandapa is made in a similar arrangement. The columns are inexhaustibly and flawlessly cut while within templeis formed with a focal picture of standing Parvati on the western side occupied with panchagnitapa, or the shower of flame with her female chaperons and the picture shows by a wonderful and persuading graceful manner.The sanctuary gives an amazing perspective of the encompassing territory and that is the reason the general population who visit this place can climb the delightful Aravalli and can appreciate the views.It is trusted that the sanctuary is over 200 years of age and the first sanctuary was wrecked in 1679 AD by Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb. In any case, in the year 1718 AD, Rao Shivsingh made another development of the sanctuary which is neighboring the old sanctuary utilizing the remaining parts of the old sanctuary. The background of the sanctuary is brilliant and because of the nearness of the sanctuary Sikar is being one of the imperative religious locales of Rajasthan.