A 9th century sanctum, the Saas-Bahu sanctuary in the fortress charms the lovers as well as the guests with its masterful esteem. Despite the fact that the name shows an association, these sanctuaries are not committed to Sas (relative) and Bahu (little girl in-law) yet rather a well known induction of Sahastra-bahu, another name of the 'thousand-equipped' Lord Vishnu. These are two temples situated adjacent to each other and are decorated with impeccable carvings and sculptures.
These sanctuaries are arranged adjoining each other and are comparative in style. The bigger one is extravagantly embellished with lovely carvings and models of the divinity. The top of the bigger sanctuary is enhanced with a brilliant lotus. The sanctuary gets its name from "Sahastrabahu" which depicts a man with a thousand hands, i.e., Lord Vishnu. According to the legends, the spouse of the ruler of Kachchhwaha tradition was an aficionado of Lord Vishnu while her girl in-law loved Lord Shiva. In this way, in the long run two sanctuaries were build, one after the another.