Day 2 : Arrive Ahmedabad Arrive Ahmedabad later sightseeing Morning after breakfast visiting Teen Darwaja, a triple-arched gateway originally meant to serve as the royal entrance to the Maidan Shahi or Royal Square, The Calico Museum of Textiles o Hathee Singh's Temple, a white-marbled temple dedicated to the 15th Jain apostle, Dharamnath, Sarkhej Roza, an elegant architectural complexe whose buildings are remarkable for the complete absence of arches and the use of pierced stone trellises, Mosque of Sidi Saiyad, built in 1571 AD, and acclaimed for its splendid filigree screen, framed in the ten semi-circular windows, Dada Hari Vava, a step-well, which is a unique architectural feature of Gujarat - step-wells were built to provide travellers with water and cool resting place, Jumma Masjid, considered to be one of the most beautiful mosques in western India. Overnight stay at Ahmedabad.
Early morning go for Beyt Dwarka evening come back the Hotel after little rest go for Aarti. Overnight stay at Hotel. Beyt Dwarka BeytDwarka is considered the original abode of Krishna. The island was a full-fledged port before Okha developed nearby. The main temple was built about 5oo years ago by Shri Vallabhacharya, a prominent guru of the PushtimarghSampradaya, and has an idol believed to have been made by Rukmini. RukmaniTemple :- Rukmini Temple, Dwarka, India dates back to the 12th century. There is a story behind this temple. NageshwarMahadevJyotirling:- Situated towards Okha, this temple enshrines one of the 12 jyotilingas in India. The legend relates that centuries ago the jungle vana that covered this area was inhabited by a demon couple named Daruka and so it was called DarukaVana, Gopi Talav:- Now popularly know as GopnathMahadev, this 6th c. shrine in NaniGop Village is one of the earliest built temples in Gujarat. Opinion is divided on whether it was originally dedicated to the Sun or to Shiva. It has a two-layered pyramid shaped roof. The high platform and the open space around the sanctum gives the temple an appearance of enhanced height.