Gira Falls

Gira Falls

                             The Gira Waterfalls are an incredibly alluring seasonal waterfalls in the Saputara city of Gujarat.Formed by the watercourse of the Gira River, the falls come from a height of 75 feet creating a majestic and a serene atmosphere.

Gira Falls
                 The water from the falls spill over the cliff at a massive speed thereby creating the conditions that give the look of a dense fog. On days with a clear sky, you can actually spot a rainbow right above the waterfall. During the monsoon season, there is a heavy flow of water in the falls and this perhaps is the best time to visit the waterfall.


Victoria Park Garden

Garden  

                                   The Victoria Park, spanning a total area of 500 acres, is a forest conserved by the Indian Government within the boundary of the Bhavnagar city. Gaurishankar Lake lies the well-conserved Victoria Park. Sprawling over two sq km, Victoria Park was designed in the year 1888 by Mr. Proctor Sins for Maharaja Takhtasinhji of the Bhavnagar city.

 Victoria Park Garden 

                                Here, bright flora, birds, butterflies and elusive fox population greets everyone. Trek through the lush green forest and if lucky, here one can spot birds like Bulbuls, Green Bee-Eaters, Robins, Tailorbirds, Silverbills, Peacocks, Sunbirds, Spotted Owlets, Shikra, Rose-Ringed Parakeets, Common Peafowl, and animals like Nilgais, Foxes, etc.
                                 The biggest species found in this park are Leguminoceae and Poaceae. There are 223 bird species, 15 mammalian species and 20 reptile species. Inside the park, there are some nurseries where one can see some unique variety of plants.

Salangpur Hanuman temple,

Hanuman Temple


                      There is a beautiful and miraculous temple of Kshatbhangan in the middle of a building made of a huge and grand fort. One of the grand temples of Kesarinandan is the Kasthanjan Hanuman Temple. It is the divine darshan of Kasturbhan Hanuman, about 175 kilometers away from Ahmedabad to Bhavnagar in Gujarat.

                                             
 Salangpur Hanuman temple,
Hanuman sits on a beautiful throne made of 45 kg of gold and 95 kg of silver between the huge and magnificent pavilions of this beautiful temple decorated like the Raj Darbar. On their sheath, diamonds are a crown of jewels and a gold mud is placed nearby. .

 feature of this dham

This dharma of Bajrang Bali provides a special place other than his other temples. Statue of Saturn sitting in his feet. Because here Saturn ispresent in the form of a woman in the feet of Bajrang Bali. Only then those devotees who are troubled by Saturn incidents come here and get coconut and get rid of all worries. Sampraday. The image of Hanuman was installed by Sadguru Gopalanand Swami on Ashwini vadi pancham - savant 1905 (as per Hindu calandar).There can be a long wait at the temple gate sometimes, mainly on Saturdays.The temple is really big and spacious, and the statue of Lord Hanuman is really impressive.

Dwarkadhish Temple

 Temple


                               The Dwarkadhish temple, also known as the Jagat Mandir and occasionally spelled DwarakadheeshKrishna was succeeded by the great grandson of Vajranabh, who enjoys the saintly reputation of having built theMany Hindus religiously believe that the temple was erected in one night by supernatural agency, under Vajranabh's direction.

                                                       
Dwarkadhish Temple

                            present temple Dwarkanath, called also Trilok sundar, signifying 'the handsomest of the three world', more than 2500 years ago, it is a glorious structure seeming to rise from the waters of the Arabian Sea. Its exquisitely carved shikhar, reaching 43 m high and the huge flag made from 52 yards of cloth, can be seen from as far away as 10 km.

                           The lower part of the Dwarkadhish temple is from the 16th century and the soaring steeple with its numerous clusters of small towers is from the 19th century. The main part of the temple has five storeys, reaching to a height of over 100 feet.

Takhteshwar Temple

Temple

                 The temple is one of the oldest temples of the Gujarat state. Situated on the hillock in the center of the city, The temple construction was finished in 1893 AD and was named after Maharaja Takhatsihnji who was one of the influential rulers of Bhavnagar, and the one who had ordered the temple to be built.  The temple is completely made of white marble and even the pillars that support the roof of the temple are made of white marble.


Takhteshwar Temple 

                           The worship room is located directly below ‘sikhara’, the pyramidal part of the roof found in almost all Hindu temples. The marble courtyard of the Takhteshwar Temple is also noteworthy, and all round the temple you can see sacred Hindu gods and symbols drawn with the hand.Takhteshwar Temple is particularly crowded during Shivaratri or any other special occasion according to the