Amba Mata Mandir is situated at the top of the Girnar Mountains that is located in Junagadh in Gujurat. It is one of the historical temples of India and is quite elegant pilgrimage centre of India. The Girnar Mountain is a considerable web page of Junagadh and for this reason draws thousands of pilgrims in the course of the year. It is hooked up in early 12th century and generally Pre Aryan Race deities worship Goddess Amba. One can discover Footprints of Goddess Amba at the side of this Chariot which have been visible right here before the temple turned into built in the Junagadh Mountains.
The temple does not include any idol, it has simplest Golden Yantra with 51 'Shlokas' in a niche and the Shrine is fabricated from marbles. The shakti piths are engraved at those locations wherein the portions of Sati’s Body fell as Ambaji is amongst 64 Shakti piths. As consistent with the mythology belief, Lord’s Krishna Tonsure ceremony took place and plenty of devotees go to in the course of the Purnima Fairs held on the Full moon day on Kartik, Chaitra and Bhadrapad.