Local Nathawat Rajput chieftains have left the village and stay in Jaipur now. Many houses have been deserted and people have shifted to nearby towns for better prospects.
Another remarkable feature of the village is the abundance of monkeys which create a lot of nuisance at times. He showed me the school he studied in that has turned into ruins now. Another problem was the irregular and short supply of electricity.
The main attraction of the village has now improved facilities in the form of inns for the pilgrims and formation of a 'Temple Trust' through which the development of the premises is taking place, told Chauhan.
The temple has 650 steps to reach its premises on the top of the hill called Devitalla. Though the pilgrims and devotees keep on coming to the temple daily, but more crowds are seen during Navaratris. However, the mammoth gathering of the pilgrims and devotees is seen around Holi festival, I was told.
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