Among the oldest pilgrimage sites, the shrine of Lord Rishabhdev is superlative in terms of its grandeur, miracles and art. The four pilgrimage shrines of Mewar, Shrinathji, Shri Eklingji, Shri Charbhujaji and Shri Keshariji have special significance for different sects, including Rishabhdev shrine, Jain, non-Jains, Hindu tribal is a sacred place for all religious people. It is situated on the banks of the Kunwarika River, connected to the National Highway No. 8, 65 km from Udaipur District Headquarters, between the Kandras of Aravalli.
Rishabhdevji temple of self-dependent category in temples managed and controlled by Devasthan Department, Rajasthan-Government, about 105 cm in the dark color of Lord Rishabhdevji. A grand statue of a magnificent size sits in the temple built in the ridges of the hills in Rishabhdev village. Devotees have been worshiping this statue from Keshar since ancient times, hence they are called Keshariyanath. They are also called Kalaji Bavji, Kesharia Baba, Dhulevadhni, tribals of the local state.
Every year, eight days after Holi, the birth anniversary of Lord Rishabhdev is celebrated on Chaitra Krishna Ashtami. A three-day fair (Saptami, Ashtami and Navami) is also held on this occasion. In which thousands of devotees from far-flung areas come for worship and service worship. On the occasion of Janmotsav festival area, Krishna Ashtami holds a huge procession of Lord Kesharia, birth welfare aarti and Mangal Deepak
Apart from the Rishabhdev Temple, other Digar temples located in the town are also worshiped and arranged from the budget of temple Shri Rishabhdev.