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Taranga Hill

Taranga is considered a siddha kshetra, More than 900 years old. It is that 35,00,000 monastics, including the Gandharas Vardutta and Sagardutta, attained moksha here.
Taranga is also known for Taaranga Hill wildlife sanctuary.


Ambaji is one of the 51 ancient Shakti Peetha Tirth situated in the lap of "Aravali Range". In the holy temple of "Arasur Ambaji", there is no image or statue of goddess; the holy "Shree Visa Yantra". Ambaji being second highest place for donation collection after Tirupati Balaji Temple shows the essence of devotion.

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Dharoi Dam



During the period of the Solanki dynasty, the stepwell called the Rani ki vav, or Ran-ki vav (Queen’s step well) was constructed. It is a richly-sculptured monument, built by Udaymati in memory of her husband, Bhimdev I (1022-1063).


It was probably completed by Udayamati and Karandev I after his death. A reference to Udaymati building the monument is in the 'Prabandha Chintamani' composed by Merutunga Suri in 1304 AD..


Known history of Vadnagar goes back to more than 2500 years. Vadnagar is referred to as Anartapur in Mahabharata. According to the great epic the Anarta warriors fought in the Mahabharata war on both the sides and the feud among them continued even after the war was over. Recent archaeological excavations have established the existence of a thriving city of religious and cultural activities at the location around the 1st century.


Vadnagar has also yielded an image of Bodhisattva dated back to the 3rd or 4th century AD. This image seems to be brought from Mathura to install in one of the Buddhist monasteries of the town. Chinese traveller Xuanzang visited Vadnagar in the 641 A.D. and recorded the presence of Buddhist establishments.

Sun Temple, Modhera

The Sun Temple is a temple dedicated to the Hindu Sun-God, Surya. It is situated on the bank of the river Pushpavati, About 100 km from Taaraga Trance.

It was built in 1026 AD by King Bhimdev of the Solanki dynasty. In the present times, prayers are not offered in this temple. This temple is now under the supervision of Archaeological Survey of India.