Mani Mandir is a temple in Morbi, Gujarat. Worked in 1935, this heavenly structure came to fruition in Jaipur stone, embellished with stunningly cut components curves, sections, jalis, chhatris and shikhara. The sanctuary reveres the pictures of Lakshmi Narayan, Goddess Kali, Lord Ram, Radha-Krishna and Lord Shiva. Mani Mandir remains as a declaration to the magnificent workmanship and adroitness of its lord specialists and planners, who had considered and appeared the structure at the turn of twentieth century. Morbi's Mani Mandir, an astounding bit of sanctuary design and a royal residence having a place with the recent august territory of Morbi in Saurashtra will be revamped and changed over into a first of its kind exhibition hall displaying the socio-social legacy of the Saurashtra area.