Neelkanth temple complex built between 6th and 9th centuries is situated inside Sariska National Park, about 32 km from the entrance. The entire complex comprises of more than 300 temples dedicated to Hindu and Jain gods, many of which stand ruined today. A beautiful temple dedicated to Lord Shiva in the Neelkanth Avatar (Blue-throat form), also called as Neelkantheshwar, is well preserved and is visited by a number of devotees even today. One of the temples in this complex is Naugaza temple that enshrines a statue of the Jain Teerthankar, Parsvanath. The temple complex, though ruined, talks of architectural richness in Sariska. After extensive excavation, the temple complex is now governed by ASI and is open to tourists.