SUI AND BURJ TEMPLE
Situated at a distance of less than 1 km from each other, the Sui and the Burj temple are the temple of Sri Ram and Sita known for its exquisite architecture and elaborate murals and paintings. Burj temple represents blended architectural style of Rajasthan and Gurudwara that dating back to the time of Maharaj Ranjit Singh. The sanctum sanctorum of the temple has idols of Ram and Sita. It also has rich and beautiful paintings on the walls of the sanctum which depicts scenes from the Ramayana, Mahabharata and Krishna Leela.
In Sui village, there is a big Rahgunathji temple within wide rectangular premises. This temple was built by Maharaja Gulab Singh. The temple is also known by the name of Sui Simbli temple. A legend of Baba Prem Dass ji is closely associated with this temple and a Samadhi of Baba is also located within the premises. The idols of Lord Ram, Laxman, Sita and Hanuman of the temple stated to be originally of gold were later on converted into an alloy. This temple too has mural painting from epic Ramayana.