This(Birla Lakshmi Narayan Temple) unbelievable present day marble structure lies at the foot of Moti Dungri fortress. The affluent industrialist Birla family, from Pilani, Rajasthan, purchased the land on which the sanctuary currently remains from the maharaja for a token ₹1. The family has raised comparable terrific sanctuaries across India, remembering for Delhi, Kolkata and Hyderabad. The sanctuary’s recolored glass windows portray scenes from Hindu sacred writings.
Ganesh, the defender of family units, is over the lintel, and the fine nature of the marble is apparent when you enter the sanctuary and glance back at the passageway – Ganesh can be made out through the marble, which is practically straightforward. The pictures of Lakshmi and Narayan were cut from one bit of marble. Huge numbers of the gods of the Hindu pantheon are portrayed inside the sanctuary, and outwardly dividers notable figures from different religions are appeared, including Socrates, Zoroaster, Christ, Buddha and Confucius.
Close to the Birla Lakshmi Narayan Temple there’s a little gallery, which houses objects having a place with the innovative Birla family.