The town of Rajula is mainly popular for its two major temples namely the Kumbhnath Sukhnath Temple and the Dhareshwar Temple.
The Kumbhnath Sukhnath Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and it is said that the idol of Lord Shiva present in this temple, was built by Bhima and Yudhishthira of the Mahabharata. The complex of this temple is home to many other attractions of Rajula, namely the Ram Mandir, the Samudrimataji Mandir, Bhidbhanjan, the Gayatrijinu Mandir, the Holia Hanumanji Nu Mandir, the Ambama Nu Mandir, the Sankheshwarimataji Mandir, Goverdhannathji Ni Haveli and the Sanyas Ashram.
The Dhareshwar Temple is situated at a distance of 4 km from the town of Rajula and according to its history, it was built by Bhima of Mahabharata. It also has a nearby Kund, whose water is used by people to take holy baths. Rajula is also home to a lake named Maruti Dham, which is also popular as a picnic spot in the region.