The Kumbhnath Sukhnath temple is one of the most popular attractions of Rajula. This temple is an ancient Lord Shiva temple. According to the history of this temple, says that the statuette of Lord Shiva here was made by Bhima and Yudhishthira of Mahabharata themselves. The temple is situated on the banks of River Ghano, which is a tributary of the main River of Dhaterwadi. The main feature of this temple is its fairs organized on the festivals of Satam Atham and Janmashthami. The surroundings of this temple comprise many other significant temples and attractions of the town namely Ram Mandir, Samudrimataji Mandir, Bhidbhanjan, Gayatrijinu Mandir, Holia Hanumanji Nu Mandir, Ambama Nu Mandir, Sankheshwarimataji Mandir, Goverdhannathji Ni Havel and Sanyas Ashram. There is also a small lake of Maruti Dham situated near this temple and on the western side of this town.