Considered to be one of the oldest Jain temples in India, Bradeshwar temple was renovated in the 449 B.C by King Sidhsen. The temple is renowned for its exquisite architecture and the expansive sculptures that line the temple. Despite being ravaged by multiple natural calamities, the temple continues to retain its mystical aura and is frequented by tourists and devotees alike. It is at a distance of 32 kilometres from Ambar Sarovar Portico, Gandhidham.
Dedicated to the worship of Lord Shiva, this enchanting temple was built between 9th and 10th centuries. The temple is located on the road to Gandhidham and is flocked by ardent Shaivites and tourists. The temple is known for the many ancient sculptures and paintings that grace the temple walls. Head here to experience inner peace and sanctity. It is 2 hours away from Ambar Sarovar Portico, Gandhidham.