Located in the Kalupur area of Ahmedabad, Shri Swaminarayan Temple (also known as Akshardham Temple) is a shrine dedicated to Narayan Dev. This splendid temple was built in the year 1822 on the instructions of Swaminarayan, who was the founder of the Swaminarayan sect of Hinduism. Embellished with vivid colours and intricate carvings, Swaminarayan temple is a marvellous example of the architecture of the nineteenth century.
Dedicated to the 15th Tirthankara of Jains, Dharmanath, this two-storied white marble structure provides a delightful experience and the tiled courtyard is another unique aspect of the temple. The courtyard is encircled by daunting row of pergolas with 52 shrines and each shrine shows remarkable designs and fine carvings. Named after Sri Hathee Singh, this temple follows an architectural pattern of the Diwara Jain Temples of Rajasthan.
Located on Sarkhej-Gandhinagar highway Road, Vaishnodevi Temple in Ahmedabad is a true replica of the famous temple in Jammu-Kashmir. Thousands of devotees as well as tourists flock to this temple every year as the temple can be visited in a couple of hours.
Located close to the Gujarat Samachar Press, The ISKCON Temple in Ahmedabad is the best place to experience spirituality and mental bliss. Also referred to as the 'Hare Krishna Temple', this temple with its calm and peaceful atmosphere, offers the perfect spot for meditation.
Dada Bhagwan Temple (also known as Adalaj Trimandir) is a trimandir situated in the village of Adalaj on the Ahmedabad-Kalol highway, 20 kms from Ahmedabad. Built by Dada Bhagwan Foundation, the trimandir brings forth a unique religious concept where statues of all religious deities are placed on a common platform.
Situated in Shahibaug in Ahmedabad, Shree Camp Hanuman Mandir is one of the largest Hanuman temples in India. Believed to have been established by Pandit Gajanan Prasad at least a 100 years ago, the temple is still managed by the descendents of the Pandit family. Tuesdays and Saturdays are the most auspicious days of the week for the devotees.