Junagadh is a city in the western Indian state of Gujarat. Being the capital of Junagadh Princely State once, the town shines with historical significance with many historical monuments to see. Junagad is also very close to the Girnar Hills and the world renowned Gir National Park. It is also a market for gold and silver embroidery, perfume, and copper and brass vessels. It is the only place where wild Asiatic lions are still found.

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Adi Kadi Ni Vaw is a famous heritage spot located in the region of Upparkot in Junagadh, Gujurat. Vaw literally means 'a well' in Gujurati. It is basically a well of water built in the ancient times. These are very steep and are of unusual form. These wells are built around many cities in Gujurat. For example, Adalaj ni Vaw, among others.

The well has columns, floors and stairs which are built directed towards the centre of the well. The Adi Kadi Vaw was entirely built of stone and hence the structure of the well(the cavity) was made of actual stone. Only a single stone was utilise...

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Ahmedpur Mandvi Beach
173 kms from Junagadh city limits

Ahmedpur Mandvi Beach is a very beautiful beach which is located in Nalliya Mandvi, Gujarat. It is located around 173 kms away from the city centre of Junagadh.

Ahmedpur Mandvi Beach is a very long beach which has a stretches over 6 kms. The beach is facing the Arabian Sea waters. This beach is one of Gujarat's lesser-recognized gems and finest pieces of coastline. Adjacent to the island of Diu, which lies just across a creek, it continues as Ghogla seaside into the adjacent part of mainland Diu. The beach consists of few rocky areas and sandy area with the trees in the backside of ...

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Ayurvedic Museum, Junagadh
Within Junagadh city limits

Ayurvedic Museum, Junagarh is situated in Ayurvedic College at Sadarbag. It is located in the western part of the town. At this site, the tourists can learn more about ancient medicine. The museum also provides a detailed knowledge about natural medical treatment.

For the people who loves Ayurveda, ancient Indian treatment system. Ayurvedic Museum can be visited during timings 10:00 AM - 4:45 PM. The entry fee is INR 15. ...

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Bochasanwasi Shri Akshar Purushottam Swaminarayan Sanstha (BAPS) Sri Swaminarayan Mandir is a Hindu Temple in the city Junagadh of Gujarat. The foundation stone for the temple was laid at the hands of Gunatitanand Swami in the presence of Gopalanand Swami and other senior paramhansas on May 10, 1826. Located at Jawahar Road, Shreenath Nagar, Junagadh which is an approximately 1. 6 Km from the city Junagadh.

Bochasanwasi Shri Akshar Purushottam Swaminarayan Sanstha (BAPS) is a socio-spiritual Hindu organization with its roots in the Vedas. It was revealed by Bhagwan Swaminarayan (17...

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Chorwad Beach
75 kms from Junagadh city limits

Chorwad is one of the popular beaches on the Gujarat border, located at a distance of 75 kms from Junagadh city. Once the royal summer retreat of the pleasure-loving Nawabs of Junagarh, the imposing Chorwad Palace and the lovely expanse of beach before it combine to make Chorwad unique.

Many decades ago, Mohabat Khan, the Nawab of Junagarh chanced upon the sleepy seaside hamlet of Chorwad and saw its potential as an ideal summer resort cooled by fresh sea breezes from the Arabian Sea-an escape from the clammy, energy-snapping heat of Junagarh (also Junagadh). There are many beaches...

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Damodar Kund is one of the sacred lakes as per Hindu beliefs, which is located at the foothills of Girnar hills, near Junagadh in Gujarat, India. The Kund is well accessible from the Junagadh City centre at a minimal distance of 5km. Taxies, Rickshaws and cars ply to and fro to the foothills of Girnar from the Junagadh Railway Station.

It is considered holy, as per Hindu mythology and many Hindus prefer to bathe and immerse the ashes and the bones left after cremation of dead bodies, here at Damodar Kund due to a belief that the departed souls would get moksha here. Damodar Kund is...

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Darbar Hall Museum, Junagadh
Within Junagadh city limits

Darbar Hall Museum is one of the most famous tourist attractions in the very ancient and historic city of Junugadh in the state of Gujurat. The Nawabs of Junagadh used the famous museum as a courtroom to entertain and rule the Junagadh city till 1947. The museum is at distance of 1. 5 km from the city centre. It is easily reachable by hiring a rickshaw.

Once you enter the museum, a huge hall greets you with a magnificiently crafted ceiling with sparkling chandeliers hanging down from it. The walls of the main hall enclose a large number of ancient armour and the portrait paintings ...

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Dataar Hills
8.3 kms from Junagadh city limits

Dataar Hills are very beautiful and known hills located in Girnar, Gujarat. It is located around 8. 3 kms away from the city centre of Junagadh.

To reach Dataar hills one needs to climb stairs from Wellington Dam. There are around 2000 to 3000 steps that are required to be climbed which takes around 2 to 3 hours. This hill is now not that high elevation but offers awesome bird's eye view of Junagadh city. After climbing the hill one can experience the wonderful view of the city. The divinity and religious vibrations exists at the Nichla (lower Datar). This hill is named after the sa...

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Dattatreya Temple, Junagadh
10 kms from Junagadh city limits

Dattatreya Temple is a very famous temple which is located in Girnar, Gujarat. It is located around 10 kms away from the city centre of Junagadh.

Dattatreya temple is located on top of a hill named as Girnar. The residing diety is named as Lord Dattatreya which is believed to be thecombined form of Lord Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh. Dattatreya or Datta is a Hindu Deity which is together referred as Trimurti. The name Dattatreya can be divided into two words - "Datta" that means given and "Atreya" referring to the sage Atri, his physical father. Various Hindu sects worship him in anothe...

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Home to the Asiatic Lion, Gir National Park is one of the biggest attractions of Gujarat. This is the only place outside Africa where you can see lions in the wild. The national park includes forested hills, arid grasslands, scrub forests, etc. There are several streams, mostly seasonal, inside the forest. Apart from lions, Gir National Park is home to leopards, spotted deer, sambar, nearly 300 species of birds. It is located at a distance of 55 kms from Junagadh city.

Gir National Park one of the most distinguished wildlife sanctuaries of the country stretching across an area of n...

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The highest point in Gujarat, Mt. Girnar has for centuries been one of the most important pilgrimage sites in the state and indeed in all of Western India, with 866 Hindu and Jain temples spread over the 5 summits. The base of the mountain, known as Girnar Taleti, is just 4 km east of the center of Junagadh. A hike up the mountain is best started early in the morning, with the mind of a pilgrim. Each step upward should itself encompass the entirety of the journey, rather than be seen as another effort towards one's goal of reaching the top.

Girnar, also known as Girinagar ('city-on...

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Ashoka Rock Edict is a historic site located at the foot of the Girnar Hill, near Junagadh, in Gujarat. Ashoka's Rock Edicts belong to 250 BC where around 14 edicts of Ashoka are located on the route to the Mount Girnar Hills. This rock edict is a huge stone and the carving in Brahmi script in Pali language mention the resistance to greed and animal sacrifice and also moralize the principles of purity of thought, secularism in thinking, kindness and gratitude. It is at a distance of just 4 km from Junagadh city center.

King Asoka, the third monarch of the Indian Mauryan dynasty, ha...

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Girnar Jain Temples is a very famous temple located in Girnar Hills, Gujarat. It is located at a distance of around 32 kms away from the city centre of Junagadh.

The temples of Jainism are situated on the Girnar mountain. There are temples on the hill which is a sacred homw to the Digambara and the Svetambara branches of Jainism. According to Jain religious beliefs, Neminath, the 22nd Tirthankara became an ascetic after he noticed the slaughter of animals for meals on his wedding. He decided to leave all worldly pleasures and came to Mount Girnar to acquire salvation. On the Girnar ...

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Girnar Sadhana Ashram
8 kms from Junagadh city limits

The Girnar Sadhana Ashram was established in 1973 by Poojya Maharishi Shri Punitachariji in the foothills of holy Gimar Mountain near Junagadh in the west of Gujarat. The ashram is situated on Dattatreya road behind Bhavanatha Temple. Situated at roughly 8 Kms from Junagadh, the Girnar Sadhana Ashram can be reached under half an hour via the Bhavnath Taleti Road. Spread in an area of about 55 acres, the ashram has all the amenities like Meditation Kutirs, Guest Houses, Satsang Hall, Meditation Hall, Yagyashala and a Cow-shed.

It is believed that once when Poojya Maharishi Shri Puni...

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Goddess Ambe Temple or Ambaji is one of the very historic temples located in Girnar hills, Junagadh, Gujarat. It is located within the city limits of Junagadh.

There are 12 most important Shakti Pith Tirth, among them is the Goddess Ambe Temple of Gujarat. There are no idol or image inside the temple but a simple cave like Gokh in the internal wall, wherein A Gold Plated Holy Shakti - Shree Yantra and 51 shlokas are carved therein. The temple was constructed in the course of the 12th century and has a special location within the Hindu faith.

Thousands of devotees visit th...

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Jain Derasar, Junagadh
34 kms from Junagadh city limits

Jain Derasar is a very historic temple of Jains which is located on Ujjadpa, Jetpur, Gujarat. It is located at a distance of around 34 kms from the city centre of Junagadh.

Jain Derasar is a very popular religious place for the Jain religion. It is a very peaceful place. Jain peole often come here forworshipping their lords. Jain Derasar remains crowded during the special jain festivals.

Jain Derasar is a good one time visit for the visitors. People often spend around 20 minutes to 30 minutes here. The premise is keptneat and clean and well maintained. The best time to ...

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Jama Masjid is an inseparable historic symbol of Junagadh, built in the year 1423 by the Ahmedabad's founder Ahmed Shah I. The monument is a well recognized structure of Junagadh; the mosque has an open courtyard, floored with white marble and has a tank for ritual purposes.

The mosque and arcades are made of beautiful yellow sandstone and the interesting intricate caving on it throws light of the quality of artistic work done by the highly talented artisans of those days. The white marble floored wide open courtyard, is surrounded by a columned arcade displaying painted giant ...

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Jatashankar literally means Hair loom of Lord Shiva. This temple is located on the rear stair case entry of Girnar Hill in Junagadh. This place is covered in lush green forests and dense green hills. Sonrekh originates from this place. A 20ft waterfall is located on the river near the Jatashankar Mahadev temple. The temple is located at a distance of 8 kms from the Junagadh City Centre. Regular bases and auto rickshaws ply to and fro from the city centre and the railway station.

The temple is built for devotees of Lord Shiva. It is commonly seen that a stream of water comes to fall...

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Junagadh Museum Sardar Baug
Within Junagadh city limits

Junagadh Museum Sardar Baug is one of the oldest and the finest Museums of Gujarat, the Meseum holds and displays some of the finest and rarest artifacts and portraits of the Rulers of Junagadh. The meseum is located in the old palace of Junagadh which was the residence of the Nawab rulers of Junagadh and was later taken under the possession of the Indian Government and the Darbar Hall or the Kachehri was converted and opened to public as the Meseum of Junagadh. Located in vicinity at Janta Chawk, Taj Manzil Building, Sardar Baug, Junagadh, the Junagadh Meseum is just 5 mins away from the mapp...

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Kamleshwar Dam
60 kms from Junagadh city limits

The Kamleshwar Dam, officially known as the Hiran-I Dam, is a rock-fill embankment dam on the Hiran River in Visavadar, Gujarat, India. The dam is located within the Gir Forest National Park. It is located at a distance of 60 kms from Junagadh city.

This dam is built over one of the seven rivers that drain in the area of Gir Sanctuary. These rivers include Shingoda, Raval, Godavari, Macchundri, Hiran, Datardi and Saraswati. Kamleshwar. The dam has solved the water and the irrigation hassles of the town and is hence referred to as the lifeline of the Sasan gir; it is the breeding si...

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Khapra Kodia Cave, which lies in Junagadh district of Gujarat, is a major tourist attraction for people within and outside the state. Junagadh is situated at the foot of Girnar Hills, approximately 350 km to the west of Gandhinagar and Ahmedabad. Khapra Kodia caves are located to the north of Uperkot, which is a striking fort placed on a plateau.

Khapara Kodia cave comprises chambers that are divided into a east-west longitudinal ridge. This cave is particularly famous for its L-shaped wing and rectangular western wing where the monks used to take shelter during monsoons. Said to b...

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Madhavpur Beach
79 kms from Junagadh city limits

Madhavpur Beach is a beautiful beach located in Prbandar, Veraval Highway, Madhavpur, Gujarat. It is located around 79 kms away from the city centre of Junagadh.

Madhavpur beach lies just nearby the highway. It is a very peaceful beach. Madhavpur is located near the sand lines and coconut trees surrounded everywhere. This beach does not remain too crowded, only a few passerby stops here for enjoying the breath-taking view of this beautiful beach. According to the folk stories of this region, Lord Krishna married Rukmini in Madhavpur village. This beach is named after Madhav Raothe,...

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Mahabat Maqbara, Junagadh
Within Junagadh city limits

Mahabat Maqbara is a stunning mausoleum of one of the Nawabs of Junagadh. This mausoleum is one of the Gujarat's most glorious. A striking blend of Indo-Islamic and Gothic architecture, the Mahabat Maqbara palace complex stands testimony to a rich past. This mausoleum was built in 1892 and topped with silver doors and intricate architecture, including minarets encircled by spiraling stairways.

The etymological meaning of Junagadh is "old Fort". It is located in the state of Gujarat in the laps of the sacred hills of Girnar in Saurashtra. Amongst the various forts and monuments in J...

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Built as the gateway into the city, the Majevadi Gate was built by Subedar Israt Khan in 1683, seated at the foothills of the Girnar Hills, the Majevadi Gate is one of the heritage sites of the city of Junagadh. Located at Mullawada, Junagadh, the Mejavadi Gate is an approximately 2 Km from the center of Junagadh.

The Majevadi Gate stands tall as a scintillating piece of architecture of the 16th Century, the gateway connects the city of Junagadh with Jaipur, Rajkot and other cities of the State. The Majevadi Gate is has a very solid foundation along with the well preserved woodwork...

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Mango orchards , Talala
75 kms from Junagadh city limits

Talala, also known as capital of Gir, located 75 kms from Junagadh, is famous for Asiatic lions and its huge orchards of Kesar mangoes. Earlier Talala was part of Junagadh district, but now it is a city and a taluka under Gir Somnath District.

APMC Market in Talala was established on 6 June 1987 and auction of Kesar mango in APMC started on 29 April 2000. Farmers grow mangoes — mainly of the Kesar variety — in around 13,000 hectares area of Gir Somnath, 8,000 hectares in Junagadh and 6,700 hectares in Amreli. Gir Somnath and Junagadh together produce some 1. 7 lakh tonnes every year...

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Mitiyala Wildlife Sanctuary
120 kms from Junagadh city limits

Known for their rustic, tall grass and hill tracks, Mitiyala grass lands is spread over an area of 18. 22 square kilometers. This area was once part of royal estate of Bhavnagar before independence and was confirmed the status of wildlife sanctuary in 2004. The sanctuary is home for almost 12 lions and also shares the space with leopards, spotted deers and Nilgais (blue bulls), Chinkara, Sambar and Pangolin. Mitiyala Wildlife Sanctuary is located at a distance of 120 kms from Junagadh.

Mitiyala Wildlife Sanctuary is also one of the five protected areas for Asiatic lions. Mitiyala is...

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Moti Baug, Junagadh
Within Junagadh city limits

Moti Baug is a part of the Agriculture Univeristy, which is located in Junagadh, Gujarat. It is located close to the city centre of Junagadh.

Moti Baug has a very peaceful environment which can not be visible everywhere else within the metropolis. It is a small park which is very beautiful with a small pond inside and trees everywhere. People often come here to sit in this vicinity and enjoy the peaceful and lush green environment. Although it is a small park but it is located in a very large location and fantastic work of worldwide degree agriculture college makes this location exp...

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Muchkund Cave, Junagadh
6 kms from Junagadh city limits

Muchkund Caves are natural caves and are visited by many pilgrims and sadhus. It is believed that a famed saint Muchkund lived and meditated here and legend has it that Lord Krishna too visited here during the Mahabhart era. It is located at a distance of around 6 km from Junagadh city center.

It is said that, this is the famous place where lord Krishna ran and came form Mathura after he called as Ranchod Rai. His enemy kalyavan following him. The puranic story goes like this : King Muchkand, a spiritual king had renounced the worldly desires and become a Seer (Rishi) Muchkand. He ...

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Narsinh Mehta Lake
Within Junagadh city limits

Narsinh Mehta Lake is a man made reservior located right at the heart of Junagadh city.

A beautiful lake situated near Talav Gate and ST Bus Station. This was an abandoned place till 1995 AD, as the lake did not have any storage capacity. In the year 2000, the lake was reconstructed and deepened by joint effort of the people of Junagadh. Water flowing in Kalwa river is diverted to this lake in monsoon season when Willingdon dam overflows. It maintains water and water level of surrounding areas throughout the year. The protective wall with seating arrangements, and a small garden ca...

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Navghan Kuwo is located amidst the Upparkot Fort area and is at a distance of 5km from the Junagadh City centre.

Navghan Kuwo was built in the 1026 AD. It is older than its sister well, Adi Kadi ni Vaw. This deep well was built of soft stone to some depth and then the other structure was constructed artifically. This was in contrast with the Adi Kadi ni Vaw, which was built from a single stone. The Navghan Kuwo is 170 ft deep and the walls are shaped in the form of a spiral which has a flight of stairs which goes down to the end of the well. It is said that this place gave the supp...

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Pramukh Swami Gate, Junagadh
Within Junagadh city limits

The Pramukh Swami Gate is located in Junagadh, Gujarat.

The grand Pramukh Swami Maharaj Dwar built in honor of Brahmaswarup Pramukh Swami Maharaj, was inaugurated as the main entrance gate to Shri Somnath Sanskrit University in Veraval. The 51-ft. high, 69-ft. wide and 16-ft. deep gate is decorated with the sculpted murtis of Shri Akshar-Purushottam Maharaj, Pramukh Swami Maharaj, Ved Vyasji, Valmikiji, Saraswatiji and renowned Acharyas. Pramukh Swami Maharaj was the guru and Pramukh, or president, of the BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha, an international Hindu socio-spiritual organizatio...

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Sakkarbaug Zoological Garden of Junagadh is a facility in which animals, most famously the Asiatic Lion, are housed. The Zoo also spearheads active preeding of the endangered Asiatic Lion. It is also known as Junagadh Zoo because it is located in the Junagadh city of Gujarat.

Sakkarbaug Zoological Garden, also known as the Junagarh Zoo is a huge 200-hectare zoo which has opened way back in the year 1863. The Sakkarbaug Zoo was established in 1863 by The Babi Nawabs of Junagadh state. It is second oldest zoo of India and fourth biggest zoo in India. Apart from lions, you can also se...

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Sarkheswar Beach
154 kms from Junagadh city limits

Sarkeshwar Beach is located on the boarder of Junagadh and Amreli district, near the Southern Tip of Saurashtra region. The first attraction for most visitors at Sarkeshwar is the turquoise blue water. The calm and of fine quality of sand, offers water sports activities. The backdrop of the sea is very attractive. The beach is located at a distance of 154 kms from Junagadh city.

This is a calm beach with rich quality of sand. The colour of water is turquoise. The water in Sarkeshwar Beach is shallow for some distance inside the sea with very mild currents which is very conductive f...

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The Science Museum in Junagadh is the only privately held Science Museum in the whole of Gujar, it has been functional since 2001. Promotion from the State Government of Gujarat has seen an increase in the popularity and crowd being attracted towards the museum, the projects put on display are unique and fun which help the visitors get the theories and science behind how things work. Located at Shreenath Nagar, Junagadh, which falls around 3. 1 Km from the city center of Junagadh.

There are over 50 science projects in this museum, which are related to science facts and can be mana...

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Shri Damodar Hari's Temple, Junagadh
5.6 kms from Junagadh city limits

Shri Damodar Hari Temple is a pilgrimage which is situated along the road to Girnar in Junagadh town inside the south of Saurashtra, Gujarat. It is located around 5. 6 kms away from the city centre of Junagadh.

The preservation of Shri Damodar Hari Temple was carried out all through the regime of king Skand Gupta who belonged from the Gupta dynasty, 462 A. D. The Shri Damodar Hari's important temple is made up of two components—Nij mandir's shikhar consists of sixty five toes and the peak of Saloha Mandap's Shikhar is 30. 5 toes. All the Nij mandir and the saloha Mandap has 32 arcs ...

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Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, Junagadh is a Hindu temple in Junagadh, Gujarat, India. This temple was ordered to be built by Lord Swaminarayan himself, the founder of the Swaminarayan Sampraday.

The tales of the temple are very famous in the city, it is said that the temple was built by Swaminarayan himself. Zinabhai of Panchala was an ardent devotee of Shriji Maharaj. Since Zinabhai used to stay in Junagadh, the Nawab of Junagadh had also great respect for him. At the time of serious illness of the devotee Kamalshi, Zinabhai had served him a lot and therefore Shriji Maharaj was very ...

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Somnath temple of Gujarat is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva which is situated 79 Kms from Junagadh . Somnath Temple is located in the Prabhas Kshetra near Veraval Somnath and falls in Saurashtra region and is one of the most legendary temples of the western coast of India.

Somnath Temple stands as a symbol of rich cultural heritage of India. The mention of this ancient temple has been made in the scriptures like 'Rig Veda' of the Hindu origin. The term Somnath suggests 'the protector of Moon God'. Lord Shiva is depicted here in the form of a Jyotirlinga (linga of light), ...

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Tulsi Shyam Springs
80 kms from Junagadh city limits

Tulsi Shyam Springs are a group of 3 hotsulphur water springs, situated inside the Gir forest. It is located at a distance of 80 kms from Junagadh.

The hot water springs have been now modified into covered kunds for ladies and gents separately. Adequate facilites for a dip in this hot water. Legend says that Lord Krishna eliminated the demon called Tul and so the place is associated with his name along with that of Krishna as Shyam and is thus called Tulsishyam.

The place is surrounded by lots of trees as it's part of Gir National Sanctuary. The natural hot water spring...

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The Upparkot fort is at a amiable distance of 4 km from the Junagadh city centre. Various rickshaws and buses ply to and fro from the railway stations.

Uparkot is one of the most magnificient forts. The history of the famous fort speaks of a total of 16 sieges. The citadel has been raised over three times to give primal protection. There are three gateways. There is the main enterance from the main city through the east wall. The inner gateway consists of Torana which is a beautiful hanging pattern. On the ramp towards the gate, the inscription of Mandalika II is seen. Moving forwa...

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Vagheshwari Mandir, Junagadh
Within Junagadh city limits

Vageshwari Mandir in Junaghad is one of the many temples dedicated to Goddess Saraswati in Gujarat. Vageshwari literally means the 'Empress of Speech' and is a manifestation of Goddess Saraswati. Vageshwari Mandir lies on the way to Girnar Talati from Junaghad city.

Vageshwari Mandir, a simple but very colorful temple, is one among them located near Ashoka Rock Edicts on Girnar Talati. Patients with speech deficiency come here in large numbers to pray. Besides daily pujas, Vageshwari Jayanti on Vasantha Panchami day and Navaratri are the main festivals celebrated here.


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Veraval beach
75 kms from Junagadh city limits

Located near the holy city of Somnath and 75 kms away from Junagarh, Veraval beach is well known for the beautiful beachfront that has been attracting visitors over the years.

Veraval beach is an important sea port for the pilgrims to Mecca and also It is a major fishing port. There are a number of activities that may be indulged in by the visitors when on a trip to Veraval beach. These are swimming and jogging as well as sunbathing. It is safe to swim at the sea near Veraval beach. There is a jogging track along the beach and there are a number of benches that line the track. This p...

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Wellington Dam near Junagadh in the state of Gujarat (Area is also known as Saurastra) Built by the British near the foot of Datar hill. Wellington Dam is located 4 km from Junagadh city center.

The dam was constructed in during the British reign. The place gets really busy in monsoon time. It is amazing to see rainy clouds touches the Hills near by and there are many small water falls on the Hill. The views are exhilarating as mountains are so close and the street food is really good. The three sides and a garden in front it affords an enchanting view. The air near the dam is cool...