Taxi For Ambaji Tour
Ambaji is a census town in Banaskantha district in the state of Gujarat, India. It is known for its historical and mythological connections with sites of cultural heritage.
These hills are situated on the Gujarat Rajasthan border. If legend is to be believed, this is the place where the heart of the dead Devi Sati fell. There are 999 steps leading to this holy temple and a holy lamp is always burning on these hills facing the Ambe temple.
Apart from the shrines, the sunset point, cave and swings of Mataji and a ropeway ride are other beautiful sightseeing options.
In the holy temple of Arasuri Ambaji, there is no statue or idol worshipped. A triangular Vishwa Yantra, inscribed with figures and the syllable 'Shree' in the center, represents the deity.
The Ambaji shrine is the principal shrine of the goddess in Gujarat and its origins are still unknown. The original seat of Ambaji mata is on gabbar hilltop in the town.ï_All the roads leading to Ambaji from different regions are found with walking pilgrims, singing and dancing with chants of Amba mata.
Kailash Hill Sunset
This is a picnic cum pilgrimage spot just 1.5km away from Ambaji. A beautiful Shivalaya is present on top of the Kailash Tekari. One can reach it by the steps and trekking a bit in the hilly area.
There is also a magnificent, artistic stone gate-a recent addition at the temple of Mahadev on the hill.
Just 1 km from Ambaji, the Kamakshidevi Temple Complex showcase all the 51 Shakti Piths of India. These centers of cosmic power are reconstructed and installed in a single complex, providing information to all devotees.
The small village island of Koteshwar in the west of the Kutch district of Gujarat is famous for its religious significance as it houses an ancient Shiva temple and the important pilgrimage site of Narayan Sarovar, one of the five sacred lakes mentioned in the Hindu mythology. The shrine here is said to be another form of Shiva (Bhairava – his fierce manifestation) of Hinglaj Mata at Hinglaj, a pilgrimage site in Balochistan, Pakistan, about 250 kilometres from Karachi. The area is known for providing picturesque sunsets overlooking the sea.