Thangadh, Gujarat

Thangadh is an industrial city in the Surendranagar district in the Indian state of Gujarat. Snake worshipers once referred to Saurashtra as the Patad area, one example is the Vasuki temple in than. Temples in the shape of the snake god can be seen in and around Thane.

Places to visit

  • Zharia Mahadev : This temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva and dating back to the 15th century, is a very important center of worship. This temple, set among some of the most breathtakingly gorgeous scenic and panoramic panoramas, allows you to enjoy a highly spiritual experience. The ancient temple is made out of a little trickling trickle of water that runs from a stone located directly above the Shiva linga. The place itself is awe-inspiring to be a part of and observe. This is an unusual temple that transports you to a very serene location and allows you to enjoy a deep experience.
  • Distance: Zharia Mahadev is 17 kilometres away from Thangadh

  • Trineteshwar Temple : This temple is one of Gujarat's premier locations for the Tarnetar fair, a world-class and well-known annual event. This is one of the most interesting and unusual sorts of fairs, since the Tarnetar fair, which is a marriage mart or a swayamvar in traditional terms, attracts the youth population of India. The temple is devoted to Lord Shiva and is a wonderful spot to take your family for a spiritual experience. The temple itself is surrounded by breath-taking natural splendour that will take your breath away.
  • Distance: Trineteshwar Templeis 11 kilometres away from Thangadh

  • Sri Kalahasteeswara Swami Temple : It is one of the most important Lord Shiva temples in southern India. This is the same location when Kannappa decided to sacrifice both of his eyes in order to stop the Shoiva idol from bleeding. At the last moment, Lord Shiva intervened and prevented the incident, granting Kannappamukti. The Chola and Vijayanagara rulers added the outside temple in the 12th century. The temple is also known as "the Kailash of the South" and is well-known for its Rahu and Ketu pujas. The early portion of the Kalahasthi Temple was built in the Pallava style, but the later portion is a superb combination of the Chola and Vijayanagara styles.
  • Distance: Sri Kalahasteeswara Swami Temple is 73 kilometres away from Thangadh

How to Reach

  • By Air-You can fly to Civil Airport instead of Thangadh.Thangadh is located 52 kilometers distant.
  • By Train-Taking the train there is regular trains to Thangadh from other important cities in the country.

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