(Last Updated on : 11/11/2014)
Param Dham temple is a holy shrine. It is located on the top of a hillock at Bhavnirjar in Ahmedabad
. Param Dham temple
is dedicated to Lord Krishna
who presides here as Sri Venu Gopal. The statue of the main deity is flanked by the idol of Lord Ganesha
in 'narthana' pose and Hanuman as Veer Maruti. The pivot of Param Dham is its unusual architectural style.
The nearest railheads to Param Dham temple are Ahmadabad Jn Railway Station
, Gora Ghuma railway
Station, and Ambli Road railway station.
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