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Thursday, 29 April 2021

(ભારતના સુપ્રસિદ્ધ મંદિરોના લાઈવ દર્શન કરવા માટે અહીં થી) Live Darshn for India All Temple

 

 
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Somnath Temple, Saurashtra
Somnath Temple, Saurashtra
One of the oldest temples in India and one of the most important of the 12 jyotirlingas, Somnath Temple is near the ancient city of Veravat in Saurashtra on the west coast of Gujarat. The temple is representing the glorious Chuka architectural style. The city of Veraval is about 412 km from Ahmedabad and most tourists visit Somnath temple from Rajkot. Check out the Triveni Sangam Temple and the Pancha Pandava Gufa while you are there in Somnath along with Parashurama temple and Suraj temple.

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Dwarkadhish Temple, Dwarka
Dwarkadhish Temple, Dwarka
One of the Char Dhams of India, Dwarka has a special place in the hearts of Hindu pilgrims and spiritual seekers. The other three Dhams are Badrinath-Kedarnath, Puri, and Rameswaram. Dwarka was the city ruled by the Hindu God and Avatar of Lord Vishnu…shree Krishna and its home to some of the most splendid Hindu temples all dedicated to Lord Krishna…the Dwarkadhish. The religious hub of Dwarka is 441 km from Ahmedabad. Some great temples to see here are Shri Dwarkadhish Temple, Nageshwar Jyotirlinga, Rukshamanee temple etc.

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Hanuman Temple, Salangpur
Hanuman Temple, Salangpur
Shri Hanuman Ji Temple in Sarangpur is world famous for its beauty and spiritual importance. Swaminarayan Sampraday’s Vadtal Gadi controls the upkeep and maintenance of this temple. It’s said that a visit to this temple will cleanse the body and mind of the devotees of evil spirits. In Hinduism Hanuman Ji is known as Sankat Mochan or the destroyer of all problems.

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 The main temple, enclosed by a fort wall, is situated near the bank of the holy lake Gomti in the midst of the main bazaar of Dakor. The temple is covered with 8 domes and 24 turrets, with the central dome reaching a height of 27m. Crowned with a golden kalash and a white silken flag, this temple is the tallest in the district. Though not very rich in carving, the main cupola derives its influence from the Maharashtrian style of temple architecture. The main hall features paintings depicting events in Lord Krishna’s life.

It is believed that Ranchhodji, a name for Lord Krishna meaning "he who left the battlefield", inspired Gopal Jagannath Ambekar, a shroff of a Peshwa’s court in Poona, in a dream to build a vast and magnificent temple. The temple was built in 1772 A.D. The main Ranchhodrai idol is in black touchstone, 1m tall and 45 cm in breadth, richly adorned with gold, jewels and expensive clothes. Its throne, an ornate masterpiece of woodcarving plated in silver and gold, was presented by the Gaekwad of Baroda.

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Ambaji Temple, Banaskantha
Ambaji Temple, Banaskantha
Ambaji is a major sacred place in Gujarat and the temple is associated with Goddess Amba and Lord Krishna. Ambaji Temple is one of the most popular Hindu pilgrim spots. This beautiful temple is located some 179 kilometers from Ahmedabad.

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Jalarambapa Temple, Rajkot
Jalarambapa Temple, Rajkot
The beautiful town of Rajkot is home to the famous Jalaram Bapa Mandir of Gujarat. Jalaram Bapa was one of the famous Hindu saints, who were born back in 14th November 1799 and he has a huge religious following all across the world.

The Jay Jalaram Mandir, Jalaram Prarthana temple, and the Sri Jalaram Seva Mandir are just 

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Gujarat is one of the most sacred states in India as it is the land of Lord Krishna as well as Dayanand Saraswati, Bapa Sitaram, Jalaram Bapa and so many other saints. This state has a great historical significance in terms of the mythology of Hinduism and is also considered as the land of saints. Temples of Gujarat all the Hindu saints have changed the history of India with their blessings and devotion and dedication towards the devotees.

Lots of ancient Temples of Gujarat which is full of lovely architecture reminiscent of the royal styles of an era gone by. Gujarat has been constantly in the limelight for its beautiful temples.


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