Mahamati Prannathji Temple is an important pilgrimage of Pranamis and attracts number of
devotees during Sharada Purnima. The legendary story tells that Mahamati Prannathji lived
at this site for 11 years after which he took samadhi inside one of the domes of this
temple. The temple was built in the year 1692 with unique Muslim and Hindu architectural
styles in its domes and the lotus formations. The temple is divided into six parts namely
Shri Gummatji, Shri Bangalaji, Shri Sadguru Mandir, Shri Baijurajji Mandir, Shri Chopada
Mandir and Shri Khijada Mandir.
The premier attraction of this pilgrimage site is Shri Gummatji, which is a circular
building with nine marble domes. Eight of these domes represent the eight directions and
central dome has a divine golden Kalasha. Apart from this, Kaman Darwaza is a famous temple
gate, which is constructed in silver metal.