Kirti Mandir Overview
Built as a cenotaph for the Gaekwads, Kirti Mandir or the Temple of Fame was constructed by Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III in the year 1936. Boasting of architectural splendour, the building features a number of beautifully structured balconies, terraces and tombs. A brilliantly carved shikhara, climbing to 35 feet in height, forms the centrepiece of the attraction.

The shikhara consists of carvings of the sun, moon and earth along with a map of undivided India. The interior hallways boasts of a wide selection of exquisite paintings and murals, including works of renowned artists such as Nandalal Bose. The central hall within Kirti Mandir is now used for conducting prayers and musical concerts. 

Location: Kothi Rd, Dak Bunglaw, Sayajiganj, Vadodara, Gujarat 390001

Timing: 10.00AM- 06.00PM on all days of the week.

Entry fee: No entry fee required.

Best time to visit: The best time to visit Kirti Mandir would be between the months of October and March, when the weather remains cool and pleasant.
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