Sihor is a town, a municipality in Bhavnagar district in the Indian state of Gujarat. Placed along the river Gautami, this erstwhile capital of the Gohil Rajputs, surrounded by hills is situated about 20 km from Bhavnagar. It progresses toward becoming Sihor by undermining its name from Saraswatpur, Sinhalpur, Sinhpur, Sinhor, and, Shihor. Locally, Sihor is record-breaking renowned and known for its slopes, their stone example, Gautameshwar Mahadev and Lake, Sihor's Festivals, Navnath Pilgrimage Navnath Yatra of Shiva Temples, Brahma Kund, 'Sihori Rajwadi Penda' Peda or Chocolate Cake, old town's climbs and slips, walled city and post, thin paths, Nana Sahib Peshwa and the 1857 revolt, its nourishment and delicacy, Copper-product and Brass-product, Pottery, snuff assembling manufacturing plants, Rolling Mills and Industrial Plants.
Known as 'Saraswatpur' amid Mahabharata period and 'Sinhpur'/'Sinhalpur' from that point onward, locally in Gujarat, it is regularly viewed as 'Chhote Kashi' sub-form or model of Kashi - Varanasi - Banaras moreover. The name Sihor advanced from Saraswatpur, Sinhalpur, Sinhpur, Sinhor, and Shihor. Purana, rishis, sages and researchers viewed this place as Pavitra Kshetra ascribed by the nearness of grant and otherworldliness, such class of society and places out there. You can come here with your family to visit this place.