This ancient Hindu pilgrim site nestles amidst low hills. It was one of the principal seats of the Ramanand sect of Vaishnavaities and is also associated with the sage Galava, who is believed to have performed penance here. The delightful spot is studded with temples, Pavillions and holy kunds. The temple of sun God built by Diwan Kriparam is the most important shrine of Galtaji. To the east of sun temple is a reservoir perennially fed by a spring of pure water falling from a GAUMUKH ( an outlet shaped like the mouth of a cow). Many pilgrims assemble here to take holy dip in the kunds (reservoirs). Atop the hills an impressive view of the city can be enjoyed.