Chandod

A holy and ancient religious place situated at the bank of river Narmada. A dip in the ghats here is taken as the most sacred of all the sites along the Narmada.

Kuber Bhandari

One of the most popular holy place at the bank of river Narmada, is of one form of Lord Shiva. This temple is very ancient and is said to be around 2500 years old.

Poicha

Situated at the bank of the Narmada river, is a beautiful temple – the Nilkanth Dham Swaminarayan Temple. With Lord Ganesha, Hanumanji, Saptarishi, twelve Vishnu Avatar surrounding main temple, Poicha is the destination of thousands of pilgrims every day.

Dakor

Situated in the Kheda district of Gujarat, Dakor is a city famous for the Ranchhodraiji Temple. With Lord Vishnu’s idol attracting pilgrims from around the world, Dakor is the epicentre of major religious activities.

Nareshwar

Situated at the bank of the holy river Narmada, Nareshwar is the pious village with Saint Rang Avadhoot’s temple at it’s heart. Flooded with pilgrims, the place is a must visit destination for it’s spiritual importance and a lush green environment.

Ambaji

This is the principal shrine of a goddess who has been worshiped since the pre-Vedic period.She is often referred to as Arasuri Amba, named for the location of the temple in the Arasur hills, near the source of the Saraswati river at the south-western end of the Aravali mountain range.

Pavagadh

A Hill Station, well known for a famous Mahakali temple which draws thousands of pilgrims every day.

Vadtal

Shri Swaminarayan Mandir Vadtal – This temple contains three main shrines.
These idols in the temple were installed by Bhagwan Swaminarayan on 3rd November 1824, amidst the holy chants of Vedic hymns and devotional fervor of the installation ceremony.

Kavi Kamboi

The Stambheshwar Mahadev Temple, is a 150 years old Shiva temple located in the town of Kavi Kamboi, in the state of Gujarat.This ancient Shiva temple is located on the betwixt of the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Cambay.What is so unique about the temple is, that the temple gets totally submerged into the Sea during the high tide hours.

Pavagadh

A Hill Station, well known for a famous Mahakali temple which draws thousands of pilgrims every day.

Vadtal

Shri Swaminarayan Mandir Vadtal – This temple contains three main shrines.These idols in the temple were installed by Bhagwan Swaminarayan on 3rd November 1824, amidst the holy chants of Vedic hymns and devotional fervor of the installation ceremony.

Kavi Kamboi

The Stambheshwar Mahadev Temple, is a 150 years old Shiva temple located in the town of Kavi Kamboi, in the state of Gujarat.This ancient Shiva temple is located on the betwixt of the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Cambay.

Dakor

Situated in the Kheda district of Gujarat, Dakor is a city famous for the Ranchhodraiji Temple. With Lord Vishnu’s idol attracting pilgrims from around the world, Dakor is the epicentre of major religious activities.

Ambaji

This is the principal shrine of a goddess who has been worshiped since the pre-Vedic period.She is often referred to as Arasuri Amba, named for the location of the temple in the Arasur hills, near the source of the Saraswati river at the south-western end of the Aravali mountain range.

Pavagadh

A Hill Station, well known for a famous Mahakali temple which draws thousands of pilgrims every day.

Vadtal

Shri Swaminarayan Mandir Vadtal – This temple contains three main shrines.These idols in the temple were installed by Bhagwan Swaminarayan on 3rd November 1824, amidst the holy chants of Vedic hymns and devotional fervor of the installation ceremony.

Kavi Kamboi

The Stambheshwar Mahadev Temple, is a 150 years old Shiva temple located in the town of Kavi Kamboi, in the state of Gujarat.This ancient Shiva temple is located on the betwixt of the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Cambay.

Dakor

Situated in the Kheda district of Gujarat, Dakor is a city famous for the Ranchhodraiji Temple. With Lord Vishnu’s idol attracting pilgrims from around the world, Dakor is the epicentre of major religious activities.

Ambaji

This is the principal shrine of a goddess who has been worshiped since the pre-Vedic period.She is often referred to as Arasuri Amba, named for the location of the temple in the Arasur hills, near the source of the Saraswati river at the south-western end of the Aravali mountain range.