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Temples to visit in Gujarat by Shrinath Solitaire

In the entire 2020, all efforts were made to fight the pandemic, but all attempts seemed to fail. Whether you believe in God or not, but in 2021, the virus seems to say goodbye to us, and there are no specific reasons behind the falling cases. Maybe god actually is there and literally controls our world. Now that there are relaxations in travel, don't we all pay some heed to the temples?

After all, this year seems to hold some solace in store for us. Today, this blog will talk about all the temples you can visit in upcoming days in Gujarat through Shrinath Solitaire's travel agency.

Let's start to explore.

Ambaji temple

Ambaji is a small town near Rajasthan. The place is popular for its famous deity who is worshipped there. The most unique feature of this temple is that there is no idol or image of God to worship. What it has is the Sri Visa Yantra of the goddess, and it is a popular tale that he is invisible to the human eyes!

The shrine is situated at the top of Gabbar Hill. The ideal phase to visit the temple is during the Purnima or full moon days. In the days of Deepawali, the temple and the entire town are specially decorated with the most vibrant lights and lanterns.

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Akshardham Gandhinagar

The Akshardham temple in Ahmedabad is dedicated to the famous Swaminarayan. The place is popular for its architectural magnificence, expansion of the garden in the front, and the majestic exhibition hall all around.

All the corners and corridors of the temple's architecture display the art and craft calibre of the artisans, and the walls speak volumes about several idols sculptures. People can now get bus booking online tickets for Shrinath Solitaire through the website. Moreover, the agency is also available to be booked by a lot of third-party websites like RedBus.

Just remember that the [place is shut on Mondays. You can easily reach Ahmedabad by comfortable services of Shrinath Solitaire Volvo.

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Jagannath Temple, Ahmedabad

This temple looks and follows customs similar to the Puri Temple of Orissa. It can be a wonderful weekend or a holiday getaway choice. Now that the situations have just got better, make sure that you are wearing masks and maintaining a one-meter distance. These guidelines are compulsory to be followed within the premises.

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Somnath Temple

Somnath temple is popular for having one of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva. This is also the place where Lord Krishna believed to have left this world and set for his heavenly abode. It is located along the western coast. The temple is highly respected by most communities of Gujarat.

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Gujarat Temple tour can be a great option for you if you wish to visit a place for 2 to 3 days only. Gujarat has great connectivity with most places through Shrinath travel bus agency. These temples are well connected with the respective towns with local public transports.

Studies have reported that without a doubt, wearing masks and washing hands is the biggest weapon to minimize your risk of contracting the coronavirus disease. Don't rely on a speedy wash – wash your hands with soap for at least 20 to 30 seconds. If you don't have access to soap and water, never forget to carry a hand sanitiser gel with at least 60% alcohol content in your bag while you are on the trip. If you notice someone is coughing, sneezing, or showing symptoms similar to that of the flu or a cold, make sure to stay at least 1 meter away. You can become infected by their cough or sneeze droplets. Keep a safe distance from people within and outside the temple premises, as much as possible, sit at a distance from others when on a bus.

Travel safe!

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