What to do and see in Palanpur, India: The Best Places and Tips

July 24, 2017 Nobuko Falco

Palanpur is a city and a municipality of Banaskantha district in the Indian state of Gujarat. Palanpur is the administrative headquarters of the district.
Restaurants in Palanpur

1. Varai Dham Golden Temple

National Highway 14, Palanpur, India
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4.5 based on 8 reviews

Varai Dham Golden Temple

Reviewed By YogTel

Varai dham golden temple is near Palanpur on highway. We have visited during Ambaji trip. It was eye catching temple having 14 idols of god and goddess. Any devotees came here will again came back due to its great gloden view and peaceful environment. It was really nice visit.

2. Nadeshwari Mata Temple

Sui Village, Nadabet, , Vav Taluka, Palanpur 385001, India
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5 based on 6 reviews

Nadeshwari Mata Temple

Reviewed By yadna - Vadodara, India

Nadeshwari mata temple is located near suigam village at nadabet area near India - Pakistan border in banaskantha district of Gujarat. nearest railway station is Bhabhar. Old temple was built by BSF. new Temple is constructed in year 2015 after earthquake damage, just 15km away from suigam village in Vav tahsil , free entry for everyone and timing is 7am to 7pm. Now a days this is famous tourist place and another one thing is to see India Pakistan border just near to temple , permitted by Gujarat Govt. with your original I D proof like aadhaar card, just visit once time at that place for positive energy of nadeshwari mata temple .

3. Pallaviya Parshwanath Temple

Banaskantha, Palanpur, India
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4.5 based on 7 reviews

Pallaviya Parshwanath Temple

Reviewed By Bijal_traveller - Thane, India

Jain's god parsvanath jin the 23rd jin of jain locality, jain believe in him a lot, very nice jain temple, everyone should take the visit to the place, there are 125 jain temples in patan city, in them 9 temples are most imortant in jain locality,

4. Bhagyabhumi Nabhashchandra Parshwadham

SH 41, Palanpur Ahmedabad Highway | Jagana, Palanpur 385001, India
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4.5 based on 4 reviews

Bhagyabhumi Nabhashchandra Parshwadham

Reviewed By JayShahAhd - Ahmedabad, India

It's situated on Mehsana Palanpur highway and come before 7kms of Palanpur city.
Tirth is very wide, nice, clean and has good staff to maintain it. In this tirth, there is main temple of Prabhu Parshwanath Swami, Office, Upashray of Sadhu Maharaj, Upashray of sadhiji Maharaj, All emnities equipped Dharamshala of staying purpose and Bhojanshala for taking food purpose are situated in the premise.
Good concept that they do not charge for taking food at any time. You have to just donate the money as per your wish.
Food quality was very nice and very good. All items were cooked nice in our navakarshi (breakfast).
Must visit this tirth.

5. Ajit Nath Prasad Vihara

8 Km From Taranga, Palanpur, India
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4.5 based on 3 reviews

Ajit Nath Prasad Vihara

Reviewed By shaileshjoshi_14 - Palanpur, India

The temple has a large sabhamandapa. The upper, "secret" storey is concealed from view and accessible only by a very uncomfortable ladder.
Approx. 130 Kms from Ahmedabad, 50 Kms from Ambaji shrine and 56 Kms from Mehsana. Bus service and private vehicle rental are available from Ahmedabad, Mehsana, Patan, Siddhpur and Ambaji. Your bus will drop you off at Timba near Danta. You can get a shared (Rs. 5/-) or private (Rs. 50/-) jeep for the 8 km to Taranga.
By rail: The nearest major railway stations are Visnagar (38 kms), Mehsana (52 kms), Unjha (54 kms) & Vijapur (60 kms) approx. A slow local train also travels from Mehsana to Taranga (2 hrs.) The temple is 5 km from the railway station.
the center of a huge plateau at the peak of Mount Taranga stands this beautiful temple of light sandstone, 45 m long and 30 m across. The large temple spire is supported by enormous pillars with beautiful maidens in winding, supple movements, figures carrying musical instruments, and topped by round lotus capitals. The exterior walls are also replete with figures carved in life-like poses and 12th-century dress and ornamentation.
The central image of Bhagvan Ajitnath in lotus position, a 5 m statue carved from a single block of white marble, sits amongst breathtaking carvings and is among the tallest Jain sculptures in India.
our guide Becharji S. Solanki was really help in this.

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