Somnath Temple is in Gujarat and is a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. It has been wrecked and rebuilt six times.
The current temple is built in the Chalukya style of temple architecture. The temple is apparently built in a location that there is no land in straight line between Somnath seashore till Antartica.
The Gitamandir and Laxminarayan mandir, Shree Parshuram Mandi, Shashibhushan mandir are the other temples in the locality.
Somnath is about 465km from Ahmedabad. From Ahmedabad it is connected by both road and rail. Somnath is about 100km from Diu and there is an option to fly into Diu.
Diu is the nearest airport and Veraval is the nearest railhead. Somnath is well connected by road to most neighboring cities.
Somnath is one of the most visited pilgrimage sites for Hindus and famous for its Somnath Temple. The temple has both historical and religious significance and is one of the 12 Jyotirlinga temples in India. Triveni Ghat is another popular spot. It is the confluence of three holy rivers Saraswati, Kapila and Hiranya with the sea.
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