Modhera Tourism

Beside the majestic aura of the illustrious Sun Temple in Medhora, there is a wide variety of attractions in and around Medhora, Moahesana and Ahmedabad. It comprises of heritage sites, renowned temples and peaceful wildlife reserves. Modhera and its surrounding places are visited by a multitude of tourists every year.

Modhera is widely famous for the 11th century Sun Temple, which is an architectural grandeur and people visit this place just for a glimpse of the illustrious temple.

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Hindi, English

Currency used:

Indian rupee

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Best Modhera Tourism Guide

Visit the city of the Sun Temple with Modhera travel packages. The temple has been a part of Modhera culture for hundreds of years and was built in 1026 AD, centuries before the more famous Konark Sun Temple in Odisha. Tourists avail Modhera holiday packages to see the temple’s exquisite architecture and pay homage to Surya, the Hindu sun god.

Visitors go on Modhera holidays to see the temple that was built by King Bhimdev in Gujarat. Modhera tours will help you see how the temple is reflective of practices of ancient times. Modhera has benefited immensely from the sculptures at the temple that have been preserved all these years.

Those planning a Modhera tour should know that this was the area that Lord Ram visited after defeating Ravana to meet Vasistha. The temple, which was built when Mahmud Ghazni was conducting his raids in nearby areas, is the highlight of any trip to Modhera.

You can travel to Modhera after getting to Mehsana by train from major cities in Gujarat. Mehsana is about 40 kilometers from Modhera.

Spice up your Modhera vacation packages by attending the Modhera Dance Festival, which is held in the first week of January. It is an annual celebration of India’s varied dance forms.

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