Vachra Dada temple is dedicated to a folk deity a warrior named Vachra who died as a martyr saving cows in his region from local decoits who would kidnap them for butchering. According to the legend, it is believed that Vachra, despite belonging to a royal Rajputana family, dedicated his life saving cows in the region, who on the day he attained martyrdom was spotted fighting with the enemy hours later his head was chopped of. Flabbergasted from the scene, the decoits discontinued any killing after his death, and a temple was built in his memory and faith.
Things To Keep In Mind
There are no shops outside the temple to buy anything fancy, but just a few tiny tea stalls and prashad vendors.
There is definitely no ATM in the entire region of LRK and neither in any connecting village(s) around.
The weather in LRK remains hot throughout the year but a little chilly during the night. During winter, days are still warm and nights, extremely cold.
The best time to visit LRK and spotting any wildlife is during winter, between November and March.