The Sun Temple is a Hindu sanctuary devoted to the sun powered god Surya situated at Modhera town of Mehsana region, Gujarat, India. It is arranged on the bank of the waterway Pushpavati. It was worked after 1026-27 CE amid the rule of Bhima I of the Chaulukya tradition. No love is offered now and is secured landmark kept up by Archeological Survey of India. The sanctuary complex has three parts: Gudhamandapa, the hallowed place corridor; Sabhamandapa, the get together lobby and Kunda, the repository. The lobbies have complicatedly cut outside and columns. The store has ventures to achieve base and ious little hallowed places.