Brahma Kund in Sihor exhibits some fine ancient sculptures and architecture. Brahma Kund at Sihor is meticulously engineered and built in a big area. Brahma Kund is a historical place of both religious and historical significance.
History of Brahma Kund suggests that King Siddhraj Jaisinh after the curse from Ranakdevi, happened to pass through this region. Siddharaj was believed to have been suffering from skin disease which he developed after curse by Ranakdevi to him.
While the Brahma Kund falling on the route, he stopped by there along with his courtiers and a small battalion who were all on a tour of Saurashtra with Siddharaj. Thirsty he was, Siddharaj took a few sips of water from Brahma Kund and he instantly experienced some changes on his skin. After drinking the water, King Siddhraj Jaisinh felt very pleased and relieved. He experienced the medical thought to testify the water of Brahma Kund and wished to pour the water on some parts of his body, especially his infected skin which had frightened him as if it was leprosy.
He experienced twice and after a few moments his party also followed Siddharaj. They all drank water from Brahm Kund and took a bath at Brahma Kund. All the others felt great and pleased by experiencing some unexplainable vibrations, while Siddharaj made sure, the space at this place and its water are abnormal and not comprehensible by timid souls such as mortal humans.
He decided to break his tour and arranged to stay at Sihor City as his rationale was not allowing him to make an instant judgment. King Siddhraj Jaisinh was obliged by the blessings of this place and its miracle and he decided to refurbish the place and it's the Brahma Kund of today which boasts of an early medieval architecture.
The architecture of Brahma Kund also acknowledges the Skanda Purana, poet Nanalal Dalpatram Kavi and many other medieval poets. "Ain-e Akbari", the book on the history of Emperor Akbar and 'Prabandh Chintamani' written by Merutung mentioned the existence of Brahma Kund.
The waters in Brahma Kund maintain a consistent level throughout the year. One could hardly find any important compromise in its characteristics despite its stagnant form and the place being isolated in the interior hill side and despite not so frequently maintained. But now the surroundings have been compromised. In absence of affirming and binding framework of rules and regulations, the area has been encroached and it poses haphazard construction activities and pollution that is attributed by them.
The accumulating bio disposals from the surrounding trees and winds, idols made of plaster of paris which get immersed in the Brahma Kund during various festivals-ceremonies, and the materials, artefacts and food during offering to Brahma Kund.
Brahma Kund was built in the style of medieval architecture. It has a design of steps, small temples, metaphors, motifs and beliefs, idols of deities, stone work and some scientific entities.