The Surya Narayana sanctuary is a prevalent sanctuary of the area that was built in the fifteenth century AD. The sanctuary has an overshadow the sacred place. It seeks after a roundabout arrangement and has ious projections. Its base has little projecting specialties and the sanctum is laid out on an octagonal arrangement with six jutting yards. The sanctuary has numerous friezes of Lord Surya, which incorporates one with his chariot that is drawn by seven stallions.
The exquisite medieval place of worship committed to the Sun God is determined to the banks of Mavi River in the midst of the beautiful Aravali ranges. The sanctuary based on a raised stage is an artful culmination of design. Both the sanctum and corridor are polygonal, decorated with a running band of sun based divinities, situated on chariots all around the outside divider.