The Somnath Temple

The Somnath Temple



Veraval-Somnath is a city on the west bank of India in the Junagadh region in the province of Gujarat. situated in the Prabhas Kshetra close Veraval is the most hallowed of the twelve Jyotirlings (lingas of light) of the God Shiva. It is the first Jyotirling.

Get in

Somnath is 465 km. from Ahmedabad and is associated by rail and street.

Closest railroad station is Veraval(VRL) , Somnath sanctuary is 5 km from railroad station. Take shared rickshaw or transport , they charge 15 Rs for each individual just . A full auto rickshaw costs Rs 40 [April 2013] from the station; they request Rs 80 yet haggling diminishes the admission to Rs 40-50. They take you before the Somnath Temple - both old and new.

Get around

Somnath trust sorts out day by day twice "Somnath tirth Darshan" neighborhood touring. Transport begins close to the entryway of Somnath Temple - 10am and 3pm. Rs.20/ - per situate. It covers Golokdham tirth, Sharada Peeth, Triveni Sangam and Bhalka teerth in 2-3 hours. Visit the Bhalka Theeth. This is where Lord Krishna was hit by a seeker named Jara and afterward Lord Krishna strolled a couple of steps and took his voyage to Nijdham from the banks of the waterway Hiran.

On the other hand you can draw in an auto rickshaw to take you to adjacent spots. They more often than not charge 200-250 Rs.

Triveni sangam

Sharda math

Shankarcharya Gaddi

Surya mandir

Hinglaj mata sanctuary

Geeta mandir

Baldevji Gufa

Laxminarayan mandir

Mahaprabhuji ki baithak

Master krishna charan paduka.

These destinations are in two three joined in a gathering and are adjacent as it were.

you can likewise observe Bhidbhajan Mahadev, boycott gangeshwar and Bhalka Tirth. these are inside 5-6 kms.


Depiction: This Picture demonstrates the course plan for the spots to see in Somnath Veraval

Somnath Jyotirlinga Temple, one of the 12 Jyotirlinga sanctuaries devoted to Lord Shiva.

The Gitamandir and Laxminarayan mandir are situated in Dehotsarg grounds. The awesome message of Bhagwan Shree Krishna as Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta is cut here on eighteen marble columns. Laxminarayan Mandir houses divine shreevigraha of Bhagwan Laxminarayan.

Shree Parshuram Temple. This is a sacrosanct spot on the blessed banks of Triveni where Bhagwan Parshuram led his long compensation and he was alleviated from the scourge of Kshatriya killings by Bhagwan Somnath. Divine Leela Parshuram is sustained here by a wonderful Parshuram Temple and two old kunds.

Treeveni Sangam Snanghat. The heavenly juncture of the three streams Hiran, Kapila and Saraswati and their sangam with the sea is a consecrated moksha tirtha for Hindus. The washing offices are being remodeled by Shree Somnath Trust with the help of the State Government.

Shree Shashibhushan Mahadev and Bhidbhanjan Ganapatiji. The sacred sanctuary of Shashibhushan is situated at a separation of 4 km from the Somnath-Veraval roadway with a delightful ocean shore. The Jara poacher is said to have focused from this spot while shooting a bolt towards Bhagwan Shree Krishna. The old Somnath Poojacharya Shri Bhav Brihaspati is said to have assembled this sanctuary. Bhagwan Shashibhushan with Bhidbhanjan (Savior type of) Ganesh is revered here with customary otherworldly conventions.

Shree Veneshwar Mahadev Temple. The reverential scene of the princess "Veni" is portrayed in the novel by Shri K.M.Munshi. The sanctuary was outside of the stronghold mass of Prabhaspatan at the season of sacred war with Gazani.The officers of Gazani endeavored a snatching of "Veni" who routinely visited the sanctuary to offer her administrations to Shiva. The customs keep up that the Shivling was suddenly partitioned and the princess covered in it. The Shiv sanctuary here is knows as "Veneshwar" sanctuary after the affectionate memory of celestial scene of Veni.

Timing for Darshan at Somnath Temple : 6.00am to 9.00pm Timing for Aarti : 7.00 am, 12.00 Noon and 7.00 pm

Jay Somnath Sound and Light Show : 8.00 pm to 9.00 pm


Visit the Somnath Temple

Watch the Sound and Light Show at the sanctuary, really a stunning knowledge. They charge Rs. 20 for each head for grown-ups and children are charged Rs. 10.


Purchase overlaid and/or encircled photographs of Lord Somnath and sanctuary, which is accessible in the sanctuary and furthermore with trivial sellers outside. There are a couple of individuals close to the Bus Stand who sell some Handmade things like dolls and so on, which are great.

you can likewise observe ocean shells things, additionally there is a little shop in Sharda Math which sells beautiful knick nacks - generally religious - and pearls and counches.

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