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Lakshmi-Narayan Mandir, Somnath

Lakshmi-Narayan Mandir, situated on the banks of Triveni Theerth, is one of the famous pilgrim spots nearby Somnath. The temple, built in modern Indian architectural style, is located nearby Gita Mandir. Lakshmi-Narayan Mandir.


Somnath Temple

Somnath temple, located nearby Somnath temple, is a popular pilgrim spot at Prabhas Kshetra. The original Somnath temple was destroyed several times and was finally re-built to form a mosque during the reign of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb.


Bhalka Tirth

Bhalka Tirth is one of the major pilgrim attractions situated in the vicinity of Somnath, at a distance of 5 km on Prabhas-Veraval highway. There is a temple and a banyan tree at this Theerth, which are dedicated to Lord Krishna.


Gita Mandir

Gita Mandir, also known as Birla Mandir, is one of the popular attractions nearby Somnath. Built in 1970 by the Birlas at Dehotsarg campus situated in the outskirts of Mathura, Gita Mandir is famous.


Dehotsarg Teerth, Somnath

Dehotsarg Teerth is another pilgrim spot in the vicinity of Somanth temple, at about one and a half kilometre away. It is believed that Lord Krishna took his journey to Neej Dham from Dehotsarg Teerth.


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Panch Pandav Gufa

Panch Pandava Gufa is one of the tourist attractions situated near Lalghati in Somnath. This cave has a temple dedicated to the Pandavas. The temple was built by the late Baba Narayandas in the year 1949.


Best Tourist Places in Junagadh

Mahabat Maqbara

Mahabat Maqbara is a stunning mausoleum of one of the Nawabs of Junagadh. This mausoleum is one of the Gujarat's most glorious examples of Indo-Islamic architecture. This mausoleum was built in 1892 and topped with silver doors and intricate architecture.


Narsinh Mehta's Choro

Narsinh Mehta's Choro is a great revered place where the great poet and saint Narsinh Mehta used to hold his assemblies, religious discourses and Bhajans in the 15th century. There is a small temple of Gopinath and the idol of Shri Damodar Raiji and Narsinh Mehta.


Durbar Hall Museum

Durbar Hall Museum houses a large collection of silver chains, chandeliers, thrones, palanquins, weapons and armour from the days of the Nawabs. There is also a portrait gallery of the Nawabs. This museum was once the hall where the Nawabs held.


Ashok Shilalekh

Ashok Shilalekh is situated outside of the city. It is written in Pali language on the slop of Urijayata Hill. This popular edict was written in 263 BC. In this Shilalekh, there is a whole story of Ashoka and preach 16 principles.


Sakkarbaug Zoo

Your tour will be incomplete without visiting this zoo. The Sakkarbaug Zoo is the most famous zoo in the world for Asiatic lions. You can also able to explore the different animal, birds and snakes in the natural environment.


Girnar Jain Temple

The Girnar Jain Temple is located in the mountain of Girnar. It is just 5 km away from the city of Junagadh. You can easily reach here by road. This is one of the holiest place for the Jain community. The temple is mostly visited by both Hindu and Muslim people.