• Rupal Palli

    Rupal “Palli”

    Rupal Village located near to Ghandhinagar about 20 Km drive way. This village celebrates unique festival on the ninth day of the great festival Navratri ( Indian Festival of Praying 9 different Godess and Dandiya Dance ) On the night of ninth day, a “Rath” of Mata Vardayini is taken out from the middle of […]


    Mahatma Mandir

    Government of Gujarat has started an initiative to develop a center dedicated to father of nation Mahatma Gandhi at state capital Gandhinagar. A convention centre with capacity to accommodate over 5,000 people will also be constructed in the same complex. Here all kinds of information and literature on Mahatma Gandhi would be available for people interested in […]

  • Amarnathdham

    Amarnath Temple

    The Amarnath Temple is nearly 20 km from Akshardham situated on a hill. (Note:- It comes in the midway while going to “Mahudi” (Jain Pilgrimage Temple). “Mahudi” is nearly 50 kms from Akshardham.) This temple is said to be built more than 20 years ago and have a replica of famous “Ice Shivling” the one […]

  • Jain Derasar, Borij, Gandhinagar

    Jain Derasar

    A 300-year-old Jain temple made of precious black touchstone (Kasuati Patthar) at Murshidabad in West Bengal was reinstalled at the sprawling Jain Derasar campus  of  Vishwa Maitri Dham at Borij village in Gandhinagar District.. It was reinstalled there along with the idol of Bhagwan Parshwanath.

  • Trimandir-Gandhinagar

    Tri Mandir

    The “Tri-Mandir” is a two storey structure whose ground floor comprises of an acoustically treated sound proof hall with marble flooring. The hall having the seating capacity of 10000 people is a subtle blend of modern technology and traditional Indian culture and is the biggest of its kind in Gujarat. Three jumbo projector screens facilitate […]

  • Mahudi Tirth, Gandhinagar

    Mahudi Tirth

    In ancient times, this place was known as Madhupuri. The idols and artistic remains found from the hollow of the earth show that this place is nearly 2000 years old. The inscription in the Brahmi script also show its antiquity. The ancient and beautiful Mulnayak Bhagawana Padmaprabhu, was formally reinstalled by ‘Yognishta Acharyadev Shrimad Buddhisagarsurisvarji’ […]

  • Dholeshwar Mahadev

    It is said that in ancient times a Bharvad (Shepherd)came to this village with his herd of cows. The Bharvad noticed that one of the cows use to milk a particular place which had a Shivling (White in color). As the Shivling is white so the temple is known as “DHOLESHWAR MAHADEV“. On MAHASHIVRATRI and […]

  • Gandhinagar : Parks & Gardens on Gandhinagar Portal

    Indroda Park Gandhinagar

    Indroda Dinosaur and Fossil Park is a precious treasure spread over an area of about 400 hectares on either bank of Sabarmati river in Gandhinagar, the capital of Gujarat. It is considered to be the second largest hatchery of dinosaur eggs in the world. Regarded as India’s Jurrasic Park, it is run by the Gujarat […]

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    Vaasaniya Mahadev

    This here is Vasaniya Mahadev – an ancient Lord Shiva’s Temple in the out skirts of Gandhinagar in the village Vasan. In the month of shravan (according to Gujarati calendar i.e. around August-September) there are thousand of pilgrims from various parts of Gujarat. The statue which you can see in the photo graph is approx 53 feet […]

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    Adalaj Step Well

    Adalaj Stepwell is a unique Hindu ‘water building’ in the village of Adalaj, in Gandhinagar. The stepwell was built in 1499 by Muslim king Mohammed Begda for Queen Rani Roopba, wife of Veer Singh, the Vaghela chieftain. The step well or ‘Vav’, as it is called in Gujarati, is intricately carved and is five stories in depth. […]