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Ambaji Temple

In the holy temple of "Arasuri Ambaji" , there is no image or statue of goddess the holy "Shree Visa Yantra" is worshiped as the main deity. No one can see the Yantra with naked eye. The grandeur of Ambaji temple amazes people. Meanwhile, plans are underway for the gold plating of the temple.

Temple Timings
Aarti Timings
Morning-: 07:00 to 07:30
Evening-: 19:00 to 19:30
Darshan Time
Morning-: 07:30 to 11:30
Afternoon-: 12:30 to 16:30
Evening-: 19:30 to 21:00

3D Mythological Movie

The government has created a unique Auditorium to exhibit a 3D Mythological Movie in connection with Shri Amba Mataji. This movie is the first 3D Mythological movie in the whole country depicting the history of the Holy temple and how it came in to being and also a “Picture Art Gallery”.

For this project government has given about 18000 Sq. ft. Hall underneath of MAA AMBAJI TEMPLE (Gujarat) by the Shri Arasuri Ambaji Mata Devasthan Trust to show the devotees the history and facts behind the sacred Ambaji Temple.

An Art Gallery has also been created depicting 51 Shakti Piths of the deities where in the Shakti Piths and goddesses are exhibited very artistically and lucidly.

Gabbar Hill

The original seat of Ambaji mata is on Gabbar hilltop in the town. Gabbar is in fact One of the Fifty One (51) famous Ancient Pauranik Shakti Piths - The Centre of Cosmic Power and it is the original holy place of Mata Ambaji, where the piece of the heart of the dead body of Devi Sati fell at the top of this holy hill of Gabbar as per the legend narrated in the "Tantra Chudamani" . It is also the site of Krishna's tonsorial ceremony (ritual head-shaving), and the abode of the divine Mahishasur-Mardini.

On the flat top of the hill there is a small niche facing the temple of Ambaji, in which a well-protected lamp is kept constantly burning, and can be seen from the main Ambaji temple at night. There are footprints of the Goddess under a pipal tree, which are worshipped.

There are 1000 steps to climb the hill and reach the temple that rests there. Ropeway on the mountain of Gabbar has been installed, so that more and more pilgrims can visit and enjoy the beauty and holiness of Gabbar with ease and joy. Watching the sunset from the hill top is an experience in itself.

Ropeway ticket avail at the counter at company price

51 Shaktipeeths

The revered shaktipeeths -- located in India, Pakistan, China, Nepal and Sri Lanka -- have been replicated in Ambaji. But anyone coming to the biggest shaktipeeth Ambaji in Banaskantha, can now see all the 51 shaktipeeths while undertaking the 3 km parikrama of Gabbar Ambaji temple."

The government has spent Rs 60 crore on the project to construct the exact replicas of 51 shaktipeeths spread across the subcontinent. The replicas are from
Mithila, Vibhasha, Kalika, Trishota, Bahula, Yashor, Chatal, Kartoyatat, Ughadha, Varkreshwar, Attahas, Nalahati, Nandipur, Kirit, Sugandha, Bhairav Parvat, Jwalamukhi, Prayag, Varanasi, Vrundavan, Shree Sail, Godavritat, Ujjaini, Shaun, Ramgiri, Karvir, Janasthan, Magadh, Vaidhnath, Ambaji, Tripura Sundari, Kamkhya, Lanka Shakti Peeth, Jayanti Shakti Peeth, Hinglaj, Kashmir, Virat, Manivedik, Pashupatinath, Gandki, Jalandhar, Utakal, Mansh Shakti Peeth, Panchsagar, Shree Parvat, Kurukshetra, Kalmadhav, Kanyakashram, Shuchi, Kanchi, Ratnavali

Shaktipeeths are worship centres consecrated to Goddess Shakti, the main deity of the Shakta sect of Hinduism. They are sprinkled throughout the subcontinent. They are often associated both with Gauri and Parvati, the benevolent goddesses of harmony, marital felicity and longevity; with Durga, goddess of strength and valour; and with Mahakali, goddess of destruction of the evil.

Chunri wale mataji

Prahlad Jani, also known as Mataji or Chunri wale mataji, is an ardent devotee of Goddess Amba. He lives at Ambaji Town near Gabbar in Gujarat. Prahlad Jani claims he has not eaten or drunk water for the past 70 years and during this period he has not passed urine or stools. Now he is making news around the world as New Delhi-based Defence Institute of Physiology and Allied Sciences (DIPAS) analyses him in isolation. He had undergone a similar test in November 2003 and his claim was found to be genuine. Now the Defence Institute study also claims he is genuine

Darshan Time
Sunday-: 08:00 To 15:00
Poonam-: 08:00 To 15:00


Mansarovar is behind the main temple. It is said to have been constructed by Shri Tapishanker, a Nager Devotee of Ambaji from Ahmedabad, during the year 1584 to 1594. There are two temples on two sides of this holy tank, one is of Mahadev and another is Ajay Devi , who is believed to be the sister of Mata Ambaji .

Kumbharia Jain Temples

Kumbharia Jain temples are a fascinating group of amazing temple structures at Ambaji Town which dates back to the 11th and 13th century, respectively. The Kumbhariya group of Jain temples are dedicated to the five theerthankkaras of the jain religion namely Mahavira, Parshvanath, Neminath Shantinath and Sambhavanath.

According to the legend, Mata Ambika had directed Sheth Vimal Shah, the 11th century minister of the Solankis, to construct 360 Jain temples there.

The temples were constructed without Ambe Mata’s idols installed. On noticing this, the goddess got furious and destroyed almost all the Temples except five of them. The minister realized his mistake and included the idols of Ambe Mata in the remaining temples.

The main shrine constructed in the center of a rectangular courtyard is the highlight of the temple. The beautiful shiksaras, balconies with porches and the excellent craftsmanship and artistic of the temple structure and style bears a striking resemblance to the famous Dilwara temples of Mount Abu in Rajasthan.

Kumbheshawar Mahadev Temple

Kumbheshawar Mahadev Temple is known for its architectural brilliance with the sacred idol of Ling of Ashutosh gracing devotees. The temple is also known for its unique construction based upon the principles of Vaastu Shastra. Jaladhari and Shivlinga are two other idols that are made of marble.

Kailash Tekari / Mangalya Van

Kailash Tekari - Just one and half km away from Ambaji on Khedbrahma Highway, there is a beautiful Shivalaya on the hill named "Kailash tekari" , where one can go only by climbing the steps and walking on a wonderful hilly area of Kailash Tekari. The exploring Kailash tekari is always a pleasant experience for visitors, along with its beautiful Sunset Point.

Mangalya Van, a unique garden nearby that is of late drawing hordes of tourists. One has to climb steps to reach Kailash tekri and Mangalya Van, which is also surrounded by water bodies.

Shri Koteshwar Mahadev

Just 8 km away from Ambaji near the Origin of the Vedic Vargin River Saraswati, there is an ancient temple of Shri Koteshwar Mahadev, attached with a Holy Kund and the flows of river Saraswati from the Mouth of Cow Gaumukh, incurved in a rock.

Kamakshidevi Temple

Just 1 km away from Ambaji near Kumbharia Jain Temple on Khedbrahma Highway, there is a modern architect of Kamakshidevi Temple Complex, where all the 51 Shakti Pith, the centre of cosmic power are reconstructed and installed in a single complex so as to give total information to the visitors and devotees of the great Shakti Sampraday about the various incarnations of Adhya Shakti mata.

Richhadia Mahadev

Just 1 km away from Kumbharia Jain Temple, in the beautiful surroundings with a Dam Site, there is also an ancient Shivalay Richhadia Mahadev which is on the bank of Astakoni Vav, a wonderful piece of Architect to visit

Someshwar Mahadev

Just 1 km away from Kumbharia Jain Temple in the village of Jetwas village of Danta Taluka, there is an ancient place of Someshawar Mahadev which is also on the bank of a water spring. And near to this site seeing place, there is a well known place for Tapasya Chamunda Math.