The small village of Achalgarh is known for the massive Achalgarh Fort which was built by Rana Kumbha of the Mewar dynasty. The fort encloses numerous temples such as the Kantinath temple built in 16th century and the 15th century Achaleswar Mahadev Temple. The Achaleshwar Mahadeo temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and encloses a sculpture of Nandi and 3 buffaloes. The rustic charm and a variety of historical and religious monuments make it an attractive place.
It is the place of worship. In the footsteps of Adhar Devi temple is Doodh Baori, considered to be a sacred well that was known to be filled with milk colored water. According to the Hindu legends, the milk for the heavenly Gods and Goddesses came from this well and people consider the water to have curative properties. Most worship the baoli as another form of Kamdhenu, the celestial cow.