Dwarka Somnath Ahmedabad Trip
- Accommodation in a well appointed room
- Meal as per hotel plan
- All transfers and sightseeing as per the itinerary in an air-conditioned vehicle.
- All Toll taxes, Parking & State Tax.
- Anything not mentioned under ‘Package Inclusions’
- All personal expenses, optional tours and extra meals
Day 1 – Arrival at Ahmedabad | Sightseeing visit in Ahmedabad
Not long after landing in Ahmedabad airplane terminal/railroad station, continue towards the inn. Subsequent to resting for at some point, set out toward a touring voyage through this city.
Begin the visit with a visit to Gandhi Ashram, which was the dwelling place Mahatma Gandhiji till the time he exited for Dandi March. It is arranged on the banks of Sabarmati River and consequently, is prevalently known as Sabarmati Ashram. This ashram filled in as a vital place for exercises identified with Indian autonomy and upliftment of society. It presently houses a historical center, which displays different photos, compositions, works of art and writing books composed by Gandhiji. A few things identified with Gandhiji, for example, a turning haggle work area are likewise displayed inside this exhibition hall.
In the wake of investigating this place, head towards the delightfully built Hutheesing Jain Temple. This sanctuary, worked by a rich shipper named Sheth Hutheesing, is a worshipped hallowed place for Jainism supporters. The managing divinity in this sanctuary is Shri Dharmnath, who was the fifth Jain Tirthankar. Sonpura and Salat people group craftsmans and skilled workers associated with the development of this sanctuary have done amazing cutting work on the stones. An alluring element of this sanctuary is the 78-feet tall Mahavir Stambha, which lies in the external patio.
From that point, keep touring and visit the residential community of Adalaj. The noticeable fascination of this place is the Adalaj Stepwell. This exceptional vav or stepwell was worked by Queen Rudabai in the year 1499. It is an astounding case of Indo-Islamic style of design and has Islamic flower designs and impeccable carvings on the dividers and columns. Alongside its engineering, this place is likewise perceived for being a sacred site.
An outing to Ahmedabad isn’t finished without visiting the delightful Akshardham Temple. Spread over a land region of roughly 23 sections of land, this structure is developed utilizing pink sandstone. The whole development of this 108-feet tall structure is done as per Vastu Shastra. The focal point of fascination of this sanctuary is the 7-foot tall, gold-leafed statue of Lord Swaminarayan.
Day 2 – Drive from Ahmedabad to Jamnagar (330 km/approx. 6 hours)
Early in the day, registration from the inn and leave on a street venture towards Jamnagar, which is among the biggest urban communities in the territory of Gujarat. This city is a conspicuous pearl angling focus and thus, is likewise alluded to as the Oyster of India. Other than this, it is additionally known for quality Bandhani work, which is a conventional method to color texture.
On landing in Jamnagar, registration at the lodging and rest for at some point. Afterward, at night, leave the lodging for a visit to the Bala Hanuman Temple. In the wake of investing some quiet energy in this sanctuary, come back to the inn and remain medium-term.
Day 3 – Drive from Jamnagar to Dwarka (150 km/approx. 3 hours) | Sightseeing in Dwarka
Registration from the inn and drive towards Dwarka, which is known as the kingdom of Lord Krishna. It is trusted that Lord Krishna in the wake of leaving Mathura came to Dwarka and spent a noteworthy piece of his life here. This town is considered as a real part of the four chief sacred spots (burn dham) for Hindus, and a visit to this place is viewed as promising.
Upon landing in Dwarka visit various Hindu sanctuaries dabbed over the area. Begin the visit with a visit to Dwarkadish Temple, which is otherwise called Jagat Mandir. Situated on Gomti brook, this sanctuary is accepted to be assembled 2500 years back by Vajranabh – grandson of Lord Krishna. A major banner made with 52 yards of fabric floats at the highest point of the sanctuary and can be unmistakable from a separation of around 10 kilometers. There are two portals at the sanctuary, one for the passage known as Swarga Dwar and one for the exit, known as Moksha Dwar. The whole development of the sanctuary has been finished utilizing delicate limestone. The choice ornamentation around the place of worship of Lord Dwarkadish is shocking.
Afterward, head towards Beyt Dwarka, which is prevalently known as Beyt Shankhodhar. It is a little island, however offers different open doors for marine trips, outdoors and spotting dolphins. According to the archeological unearthings and religious compositions, it is accepted to be the first home of Lord Krishna. To achieve this island from the principle town, you can take a ship ride from Okha port breakwater.
From that point, head towards Nageshwar Jyotirlinga Temple, which is arranged between Beyt Dwarka Island and city of Dwarka. It is a Lord Shiva Temple and is among the 12 Swayambhu – self existent jyotirlingas on the planet. The real attractions of this sanctuary are a 25-meter tall icon of Lord Shiva in a sitting stance and a rich green garden with a lake.
Another imperative religious site that merits a visit is Rukmini Devi Temple. This sanctuary is committed to Devi Rukmini, who was the spouse of Lord Krishna. This sanctuary is arranged at a separation of 2 km from Jagat Mandir and has numerous legends related with it. The unpredictably cut outsides of this sanctuary with molded human figures and elephants merit revering.
Day 4 – Drive from Dwarka to Somnath | En course visit Porbandar (240 km/approx. 5 hours)
Early in the day, prepare and registration from the inn. Amid the adventure towards Somnath, visit Porbandar, which is the origination of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. It is additionally an acclaimed mechanical focus in the territory of Gujarat. While visiting this goal, visit the celebrated Kirti Mandir, which is the origin of Mahatma Gandhi. A historical center inside the premises shows old photos and a gathering of books on Gandhian rationality.
Another noticeable fascination here is Sudama Temple, which is devoted to Sudamaji, who was a companion of Lord Krishna. In the wake of investigating both these spots, proceed with your adventure towards Somnath.
On landing in Somnath, visit the celebrated Somnath Mahadev Temple – accepted to be built in gold by Somraj, the moon god. Revamped a few times, the present sanctuary was worked in the year 1951. This sanctuary, developed in the Chalukyan style design, has a 50-meter tall shikhara, silver entryways, a delightful symbol of Nandi and a shivalinga at the middle.
Day 5 – Drive from Somnath to Ahmedabad (430 km/approx. 8 hours) | Departure from Ahmedabad
Registration from the inn and drive to Ahmedabad to come full circle this journey.Tour Ends.