"Galta Ji Temple: Embrace Serendipity Amidst Playful Monkeys"
The temple complex comprises seven natural water tanks or kunds, with Galta Kund holding the utmost sanctity as it never runs dry. During the auspicious occasion of Makar Sankranti, thousands of pilgrims flock to this kund to immerse themselves, considering it highly fortunate to do so.
The upper and lower kunds serve as purifying bathing spots for pilgrims seeking to cleanse their sins. Notably, Galta Ji Temple has gained attention due to its unique inhabitants – friendly monkeys of the rhesus macaque species. These playful creatures were even featured in a National Geographic documentary after they made this temple their home. Visitors often delight in feeding and interacting with these amiable monkeys during their visit.