This is a nice and beautiful temple built in the middle of a lake in the shape of a lotus flower. Pilgrimes visits here while returning from Langta Baba Samadhi
The Sun Temple was built during the reign of Bhima I of Solanki dynasty in 1026-1027 (Vikram Samvat 1083). It is built on 23.6° latitude (approximately near Tropic of Cancer). The place was later known as Sita ni Chauri and Ramkund locally. No worship is offered here now. The temple is Monument of National Importance and is maintained by Archeological Survey of India.