: Wadhwan is known as one of Gujarat's fortified towns and is a significant hub for Jains. The settlement, once known as Vardhamanpuri, is said to have Lord Mahavir's footprints. The town is located on the Bhogavo River's banks. The Raj Mahal and Hawa Mahal were built here by the region's former rulers. The 450-year-old Vadwala Temple and Dedadara Gangva Kund are thought to have been built during the Chalukya dynasty. The well-known old Gangavav step-well is thought to have been built in Vikram Samvat 1969. Madha Vav is well-known for its historical significance. It is said that King Sarang Dev's son and daughter-in-law gave their lives here for the benefit of the locals. Every year, the town displays classic, vintage, and sports vehicles. Wadhwan's nearby attractions include the Automotive Library, Wagheshwari Devi Temple, and Swami Narayan Temple.
Distance: Wadhwan is 49 kilometres away from Dhrangadhra
- Trineteshwar Temple
: Lord Shiva is said to have visited the Trineteshwar Temple. The name "Trinethra" means "three-eyed" in Greek. It is thought to have been built during the Solankis' rule. The temple exemplifies the architectural style used during the reign of the Pratihara kings. The Pratihara monarchs are said to have worshiped Lord Shiva, and the shrine is decorated with sculptures showing various stages of his existence. The temple pond is considered sacred since it contains Ganges water. The pond is known as Papnashu, or the Sin-Destroyer. The Tarnetar Fair is held every year to honor the three-eyed Lord Shiva at this temple.
Distance: Trineteshwar Temple is 58 kilometres away from Dhrangadhra
Limbadi is thought to be the home of Bhrigu Rishi, a well-known saint. It is well-known for the Gangav Kund, which is next to the Gangeshwar Mahadev Temple. Limbadi is near the settlement of Rangpur, where artifacts were uncovered during excavations. Limbadi's most popular attractions include the Jasma Odan Temple and a 1,100-year-old Jain temple.
Distance: Limbadi is 62 kilometres away from Dhrangadhra