Lying on the eastern edges of Junagadh, stands tall the Uparkot Fort. An architecture marvel built during the era of the Mauryan empire, this fort speaks volumes about the city and its people.
A series of mountain ranges with the religious meaning given to it, Girnar is a famous pilgrimage site for both the Hindus and the Jains. Thousands of devotees gather here during the Girnar Parikrama festival.
Darbar Hall Museum
A historic museum that exhibits 19th-century art, textile, weapons and lifestyle-related artefacts. Experience the times of the Nawabs in this museum that houses palanquins, coins, jewellery and memories of the bygone era.
Sakkarbaug Zoological Garden
Whether you are out on a family vacation. a photographer or a nature lover, the Sakkarbaug Zoological Garden in Junagadh is the best place to spend your weekends. With multiple wild exotic wildlife and beautiful floras and faunas this zoo garden is portrays the beautiful aspect of nature in its unadulterated form.
This is the mausoleum of Bahaduddinbhai Hasainbhai.and was built by Nawab Mahabat Khan II. This beautiful monument talks about the architectural expertise of the then empire and its people.
Jattasankar Mahadev Temple
The Jattasankar Mahadev Temple, is one of the most popular places in Junagadh. The temple beholds the sacred idol of Lord Shiva, who is the great ascetic and the most important God in Hindu mythology. If you are a spiritual person, do visit the sacred temple.
Junagadh is a hidden gem in Gujarat, carrying a rich history with nawabs. Apart from the above places to visit in Junagadh, this quaint place has many other tourist spots and is ideal for a short getaway from the hustle and bustles of city life. Below are a few more tourist attractions:
- Akshardham Swaminarayan Mandir
- Junagadh Bhavnath Mahadev Mandir
- Bordevi Mata Mandir and many more…
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