Panchasara Parshwanath Temple, also known as the Jinalaya Vanraj Vihar, is embellished with intricate stone sculptures and white marble flooring that are typical of Jain architecture. This magnificent structure is 180 feet long and 90 feet wide. This temple's domes, pillars, ceilings, walls, and mandaps are all adorned with beautiful carvings and artistic images. The temple's main sanctum contains an approximately 120-cm-high white marble idol of Bhagwan Panchasara Parshwanath in Padmasana pose. An umbrella with seven hoods covers the idol's head. The major lord's idol is thought to be far older than 746 CE. Shri Chandraprabhswami can be found on one side of Lord Parshwanath. It also includes a white marble statue of Vanaraja
Distance: Shri Panchasara Parshwanath Mandir is 69 kilometers away from Radhanpur
According to mythology, Bindu Sarovar is the location where Sage Kardhama performed great penance for 10,000 divine years in order to see Lord Vishnu. Sage Kapila had preached Moksha Gnana to his mother, Devhuti, on the banks of the Saraswati at this Bindu Sarovar, and performed the Matru Shradh of his mother's redemption. Lord Parshuram is reported to have performed 'Matru Shradh' at Bindu Sarovar, and his temple was built here for darshan. As a result, Bindu Sarovar is considered as sacred as Allahabad's Triveni Sangam.
Distance: Bindu Sarovar is 98 kilometers away from Radhanpur
Patan City Museum, or Patan Museum, was founded in 2010 with the primary purpose of introducing visitors to Patan's lesser-known cultural legacy. This museum has a unique charm that draws visitors from all over the world. The museum primarily displays a diverse collection of marble and sandstone sculptures from Gujarat's ancient and medieval periods. Some of these statues depict Hindu deities as well as former historic Gujarati kings. All of these ancient items have been properly maintained and are now on display for visitors.
Distance: Patan City Museum is 69 kilometers away from Radhanpur