Top 9 Temples In Ahmedabad

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India is a land of temples. There are numerous holy worship sports across India. Many of these pilgrimages are situated in some of the most beautiful cities of the country, Ahmedabad being one of them. In Ahmedabad, there are a number of sacred pilgrimages which are visited by devoted worshipers frequently. This article will take you through the list of the top 9 temples in Ahmedabad.

1. Akshardam Temple:

Akshardam Temple

This is one of the most popular worship site sites in the city and is visited by worshipers every now and then. The temple is situated at a distance of about 25km from the city in a place called Gandhi Nagar. According to the latest census, this temple is visited by over 2million people every year. The temple is also one of the most popular tourist spots of Ahmedabad because of its architectural magnificence.

2. Modhera Sun Temple:

Modhera Sun Temple

This temple is dedicated to the Sun or Surya God. The temple falls among the must-see locations of the city. The architecture of this temple makes it one of the well-designed temples in India. There are three Mandaps in the temple complex of which Guda Mandapa is considered as the main one.

3. Hathisingh Jain Temple:

Hathisingh Jain Temple

Being established in the 18th century, the Hathisingh Jain Temple is dedicated to the Jain TIrthankar. The temple was established by a wealthy merchant named Seth Hathisingh. The construction of the temple was made with the help of white marble. Throughout the temple, you can see unbelievably beautiful hand carvings done by the designers. Undoubtedly, this is one of the most beautiful temples of Ahmedabad and the country as well.

4. Swami Narayan Mandir:

Swami Narayan Mandir

This temple is situated in the heart of the city and looks like the conventional Gujarati manors. The temple complex houses nine tombs, all situated to the south, which are altogether know as “Nau Gaz Pir”. The architecture of this temple is absolutely breathtaking and is one the reasons behind the popularity of this pagoda.

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