Situated approximately 8 kms from Ranakpur is Sadri. The main draws of Sadri includes a few magnificent temples, the oldest of them being the Varahavtar Temple and the Chintamani Parasvanath Temple. There is also an old Dargah, Dargah of Khudabaksh Baba here.
The town of Desuri is approximately 16 kms from Ranakpur. It is famous for a number of temples. The most remarkable ones are those dedicated to Lord Shiva, Lord Hanuman and Navi Mata. There is also an old mosque here that is worth a visit. Nearby Desuri, situated in the hills, is a temple dedicated to Parshuram Mahadeo.
Ghanerao is well known for a number of Hindu temples. The most impressive temple is that of Gajanand. The temple houses a life-size statue of the goddesses Ridhi and Siddhi. On the either of the statue are the images of Lord Hanuman and Bhairon Baba. Then there is a temple of Lord Mahavir, dating back to the 10th century. The town also has a castle, now converted into a hotel.
Lying approximately 06 kms from Ranakpur, Narlai is situated at the base of a hill. Narlai is known for a number of Hindu and Jain temples. One of the temples is that of Adinath, the Jain first Thirthankar. An ancient temple, it has beautiful frescoes on the ceilings of the outer mandap. A perfect place for serene walks, Narlai also houses a good baori (step-well).
Muchhal Mahaveer is a temple situated in the Kumbhalgarh Sanctuary, and is approximately 05 kms from Ghanerao. The temple houses the statue of Lord Mahavir with a moustache. Two elephant statues, superb examples of architecture, stand as guards on the gateways of the temple. You can also take a peek at the tribal life of Rajasthan by visiting Garasia tribal villages situated nearby.
Lying 35 kms from Ranakpur, Falna is renowned for a few striking tem.