Guru Shikhar, a top in the Arbuda Piles of Sirohi region in Rajasthan, is the most noteworthy mark of the Aravalli Reach and Rajasthan. It ascends to a height of 1,722 meters (5,650 ft). It is 75 km from Sirohi city, the locale settle and 15 km from Mount Abu and a street from that point drives nearly to the highest point of the mountain. It is named Master Shikhar or ‘the pinnacle of the master’ after Dattatreya, a manifestation of Vishnu, andof a cavern at the culmination contains a sanctuary committed to him, in addition to one edicated his mom, Anasuya, spouse of sage Atri nearby.
Contiguous the sanctuary is the Mt Abu Observatory worked by the Actual Exploration Lab. This observatory has a 1.2m infrared telescope and furthermore a few Stargazing experiments.