Shri Mangi Tungiji consists of two hills Mangi and Tungi are two cliffs of a single mountain.
Mangi is situated at a height of 4343 feet and Tungi is situated at 4366 feet above the sea level. There are seven old temples on Mangi hill and so many images of feet of saints are installed here.
There is a pond on Mangi hill named Krishna Kund. It is believed that Lord Krishna was cremated from
here. A Cave named Balbhadra Cave where idols of Balram and many others are installed. In Balabhadra cave several idols in yogic postures are found.
On Tungi hill there are five temples and two caves named on Bhagwan Chandraprabhu, the 8th Teerthankar and other is Ram Chandra Cave.
In one cave there is an idol of Ramís chief of army Kritantvakra. Also the idols of Hanuman, Gava, Gavaksha, Neel etc. are found
here. On the path between Mangi & Tungi Hills to cave down, there are two Caves of Shuddha & Buddha Munies (ascetic saints), a Colossus of Bhagwan Munisuvrat Nath is there in
Padmasana. Lord Bahubali and otherís idols are also there. Many idols on both the hills are carved on the rocks. Beautiful attractive images of Yaksha & Yakshini
and Indra are also carved here.
In two main caves of ADINATH and SHANTINATH Caves, an inscription of V. S. 1400 is found in Adinath Cave. There are several other caves named after deities
and sages such as Seetaji , Mahaveer , Adinath , Shantinath , Parshwanath and Ratnatrya. who were liberated there. At the foot of the hills there are three temples housing more than 75 idols.
Fair: Every year in the holy month of Kartik (September - October) a festival on the mountains is celebrated here. Both Jain and Hindus
visitors in large numbers assembles here to take part in a grand Rathyatra. Mangi Tungiji is the place with beautiful natural greenery surrounded by hills.