Unchu Ane Vishad Mandir Banse Gujarat Ma
Hello Friends, Welcome to our Website Learngujarat.com.Duniya nu Sauthi Unchu Ane Vishad Mandir Banse Gujarat Ma chene tmara mate 1 khub j moti khushkhabri ni vat. Te che Ahmedabad ma banyu che sauthi vishad stadium, Narmada par bani che sauthi unchi murti “Statue Of Unity” Pan have manse Vishvnu sauthi Unchu Ane Vishad Mandir.
Je Hindu Bhakto mate khub j sari vat kevay.
Vishvnu Sauthi Unchu Mandir E pan Gujarat ma ‘Jay Jay Garvi Gujarat’.
Gujarat Nu Best Mandir Navlakha Temple, Ghumli
Navlakha Temple at Ghumli was built by Jethwa rulers in 11th century dedicated to Sun god, Surya and is oldest sun temple of Gujarat. It has the largest base (Uagati) of the temples in Gujarat, measuring 45.72 x 30.48 m. Facing East, it had a beautiful entrance arch or Kirti Toran, that is now lost. The sanctum sanctorum (garbhagriha), covered pradakshina path, large gathering hall and its three shringar chokis[what language is this?] are eye catching. On the surrounding walking path we find three directions with balconies. The mandapa has eight-sided pillars for support. In the small niches we find sculptures. The entrances are two storied. At the back wall of the temple we find two huge elephants fighting with their trunks. In Bhadra gavaksha there is the image of Brahma-Savitri, in the west is the Shiva-Parvati, to the north is Lakshmi Narayan.
The Navlakha Temple built at a cost of Nine Lacs hence the name Navlakha. It rivals the Somnath Temple and Modhera Sun Temple in its architect and interiors. The temple is built in Maru-Gurjara architecture (or the Solanki style). have the three entwining tusks of elephants as its trademark and is considered to be high noon of Solanki style of architect.
Outside main temple there is a temple dedicated to Ganesha, popularly known as Ghumali Ganesha Temple. This temple is said to be built in 10th century AD.
The temple was destroyed when Ghumli was sacked by Jadeja Jam Barmaniyaji attacked Ghumli in 1313 to take revenge of defeat of his father Jadeja Jam Unaji, who had come from Sindh and but was defeated in 1309 by Jethwa ruler Rana Bhanji.
Sun Temple, Modhera
The Sun Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to the solar deity Surya located at Modhera village of Mehsana district, Gujarat, India. It is situated on the bank of the river Pushpavati. It was built after 1026-27 CE during the reign of Bhima I of the Chaulukya dynasty. No worship is offered now and is protected monument maintained by Archaeological Survey of India. The temple complex has three components: Gudhamandapa, the shrine hall; Sabhamandapa, the assembly hall and Kunda, the reservoir. The halls have intricately carved exterior and pillars. The reservoir has steps to reach the bottom and numerous small shrines.
Somnath Temple, Somnath
One of the twelve Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva, the legendary Somnath temple is known to be one of the most beautiful temples in Gujarat that exist from ancient times. It is said that the temple was originally built by the Moon God in gold, rebuilt by Ravana in silver and then by Lord Krishna in wood and then King Bhimdev in stone. The temple was badly damaged and looted of its riches by Mahmud of Ghazni in 1024 AD. The temple was raided at several occasions in 1706, 1927 and 1934.
The present structure was erected by the support of Sardar Vallabhabhai Patel in the year 1950. Today, it is managed by Shree Somnath Trust. The seven-story structure of the temple is in Chalukya style of architecture and boasts of wonderful surroundings as it is right on its original site, by the sea. It is also known as Deo Pattan, Prabhas Pattan, and Somnath Pattan.
Timings– 06:00 AM to 09:30 PM
Dwarkadhish Temple, Dwarka
Also known as Jagat Mandir or Trilok Sundar Mandir, Dwarkadhish temple is a part of the revered Chardham yatra in Hinduism. Dedicated to Lord Dwarkadhish (a form of Lord Krishna), the temple is over 2500 years old and attracts devotees from all across the globe. Placed on the confluence of Gomati River and Arabian Sea, the magnificent sandstone temple has 5 floors, supported by 60 columns and has beautiful wonderful carvings.
Dwarkadhish temple is one of the Sapt Puris as per Hindu religion and is often combined with a visit to Beyt Dwarka. The temple is also the 108th Divya Desam of Lord Vishnu. On the top of the temple is a flag that has a sun and a moon on it, which is changed three times in a day. The present structure of the temple was founded around 15th and 16th century.
The main door that is north entrance is known as ‘Moksha Dwara’ (Door to Salvation), on the other hand the entrance on the south is known as ‘Swarga Dwara’ (Gate to Heaven). On the back side of the door, there are 56 steps, leading down towards River Gomati.
Timings– 06:30 AM to 01:00 PM and 05:00 Pm to 09:30 PM
Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple, Gandhinagar
One of the largest temples in Gujarat, the Akshardham temple in Gandinagar is managed by the prosperous Hindu Swaminarayan Group. Spread in 23 acres of manicured lawns, this huge temple was constructed by around 1000 artisans. The complex was made from 6000 metric tons of pink sandstone and is known to be the abode of Lord Swaminarayan. One of the prime highlights of the temple is a 45-minute water show, which is organized after sunset. Spend a day in exploring this wonder.
Founded in the year 1992, this temple is a fine work of craftsmanship and is a one-stop masterpiece of education, religion, art, research, exhibitions and architecture. The gold-plated idol of Lord Swaminarayan is huge, seven feet in height. Located on a pedestal of three-foot pedestal, this idol lies amid idols of his ideal devotees, Aksharbrahma Gunatitanand Swami and Aksharmukta Goplanand Swami. Do not miss visiting the Sahajanand Van, including a park for kids, a waterfall, a lake and a herbal garden.
Timings- 09:30 AM to 06:30 PM
Sahaj Anand Water Show– 07:00 PM