Mota Ashapura Maa Temple
This famous temple is dedicated to the Goddess or 'Kuldevi' of the Jadeja clan of Rajput communities and is situated in the eastern portion of this region, near Darbargadh. It is based near the Gate of this city.
Shantinath Temple is a beautiful Jain temple which is located on the south-western portion of Bedi Gate in this district. Attractive wall paintings and murals on its walls portray the lifestyles of various Jain saints. Visitors would notice elaborate Jain patterns consisting of red, white and yellow patterns on the floor of Shantinath Mandir.
Khijada Mandir is one of the most ancient temples of Jamnagar, dating back to over 400 years and its wall portrays different scenes from the life of Lord Krishna. Though it is a Hindu temple, the Khijada Mandir depicts the unity of the various religions of the nation. It belongs to the Pranami sect.
Vardhman Shah's Temple
One of the four Jain temples of Jamnagar, Vardhman Shah's Temple is believed to have been created during the rule of Jam Jasaji 1. The initial construction of this temple commenced during 1612 while it was completed in 1620. During 1622, 52 tiny temples were erected near this temple.
Bala Hanuman Temple
Located on the south-eastern part of Ranmal Lake, the Bala Hanuman Temple is renowned for its constant chanting of the divine mantra named 'Sri Ram, Jai Ram, Jai Jai Ram' which continues for an entire day spanning 24 hours ever since the year 1964. The divine ambience instilled in this temple, due to the chanting of this mantra, has earned it a special recognition in the Guinness Book of Records. Several devotees throng this temple to offer their prayers.
Ratan Bai Mosque
Ratan Bai Mosque is present in the central portion of the district and is equipped with tall white and green minarets. It is reputed for possessing its very own rainwater harvesting system, which enables it to provide water to devotees prior to the 'namaz'.
Bholeshwar Mahadev Temple
Bholeshwar Mahadev Temple is notable for its grand fair which is organised during the occasion of 'Shravani Amavasya'. This temple is located in the village of Gajna in Lalpur tehsil, on the banks of Dhandhar River.
This ancient temple is believed to have been created during the 16th century and contains five storeys. Located at the central part of Jamnagar District, the Dwarkadhish Temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna. It was built on as many as 72 pillars.
Jamnagar District is also home to a few other marvellous temples like some Shiva temples as well as ancient Jain temples. The Nilkanth Mahadev Temple, Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Siddhnath Mahadev Temple and Badri Kedarnath Temple are the temples dedicated to Lord Shiva. Other Jain temples situated here include Sheth's Temple, Vasupujya Swami's Temple and Raisi Shah's Temple.
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