Ambaji ( Gujarati: અંબાજી, Hindi: अम्बाजी, Ambājī) is a census town in Banaskantha district in the state of Gujarat, India. It is known for its historical and mythological connections with sites of cultural heritage.
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Visited several times earlier. But this visit for Mataji Darshan was amazing. We reach at 7 PM,and Arti was going on as such have to wait around half an hour in que. But thereafter Darshan was available for long time with peace and fulfilling soul. mandir premises was clean. Better clean toilet are needed here as waiting may be extended. Mobiles phones are not allowed though security not that tight. But looking to public and large premises, mobile may be allowed tobe carried with restriction on operation in Central Temple-Garbh Griha. Shopkeepers are just creating nuisense to buy pooja items,and may be avoided. Prasad counter requires more men for receipting and Delivery. Expect more courtsey from security and other people. VIP category back door entry must be prohibited or permit everybody with a charged darshan ticket.
4.5 based on 69 reviews
this is a part of one of the oldest mountain range of India ..i.e. arravali ...there is a diya on the top of the hill...here you can find rop way to go to the top of the hill...also you can find the 51 temple of shaktipeeth and also steps to go or climb the hill...
4.5 based on 34 reviews
We went here on DEC 31 2016. At the time new dharamshala was under construction. 30 minute drive to ambaji temple
.good location for jain people.. Bhojanshala and dharamshala available in busy times in ambaji. Good location.. 4 jain temples of Neminath Dada . sambhav nath Dada. Pashwanath and mahavir swami Dada is still available.. Very nice carvings on temple.. Very superb idols ..
4 based on 20 reviews
The koteshwar shiva temple is Situated on the outskirts of the world famous goddess ambaji temple.it comea on the right hand side before ambaji if u are travelling from gujrat.the temple needs cleanliness as the abode of the almighty should be clean.on the bylanes of the temple one can buy marble statues,temples and other sculptors.
4 based on 16 reviews
I visited this temple... It is good temple it is built by south Indian culture... While visiting this temple I feel like I'm visiting south India... And this temple has specialty that it has all 51 shaktipith at one place great historical place...must not miss this place ...
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The area falls in the catchment of two rivers- Banas and Sabarmati, situated at the foothills of the Aravali range.
Not fully developed for tourism, however it is a nice place.
I suggest you to research further if you wish to visit here. It is a great place, but eco-tourism is not at all developed here, and therefore could turn out to be very dangerous!!
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