Ambaji Overview
Ambaji is one amongst those one-of-a-kind places to visit in Gujarat where the natural beauty feels surreal due to the spiritualism and reverence associated with the place. It is named after the Ambaji Temple, which is one of the oldest temples in the country visited by lacs of people each year dedicated to the pre-Vedic goddess Arasuri Amba.

Most of the temples here are located on hilltops and have magnificently unique architecture and hold famous Navratri and Diwali festivals. The town is surrounded by Aravalis covered in dense foliage, valleys, acres of lush plains, and wildlife zones that house rare flora and fauna, making it a haven for nature and trekking enthusiasts.

Highlights of the place: Ambaji temple’s beautiful architecture consisting of a white marble building adorned with golden cones, silver-plated doors, and niches that have ancient Vedic inscriptions is a must-visit. Visit the Balaram Ambaji Wildlife Sanctuary, one of the best places to go in Gujarat, to spot leopards, porcupines, small Indian civet, sloth bear, white-backed vultures, etc. Gabbar Hill to see the temple of Sati Devi.

Location: Banaskantha District, Gujarat.
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