About The Takheteshwar temple
The Takheteshwar temple devoted to Lord Shiva is gone by thousands consistently. The temple was worked in 1893 under the support of Maharaja Takhtasinhji and was named after him. Based on the highest point of a hillock, travelers can see the entire city and the Gulf of Khambat from the temple start.
The temple alongside its entire complex is made of white marble. Visitors predominantly visit the temple to adore Lord Shiva, however the site is additionally celebrated around the world as an excursion spot. The compositional outline of the temple centers for the most part around the late nineteenth century design style. Visits are likewise made to Mahuva, a town situated close to the temple.