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The journey from Somnath to Junagadh by Car is 200 km. There is no direct train facility for Somnath from Junagadh. Some of the private travels and some Local Government Buses are only there to reach Junagadh From Somnath. But that also not so comfortable and the departure time also does not suit most of the people. Returning from Jamnagar is also too difficult. Even after reaching Junagaddh, it is not so easy to hang out locally you have to spend lots of money to visit all the places in Junagadh. Book a Car From Somnath To Junagadh. This is the best and cheapest option. Return fare of
Car From Somnath To Junagadh is Approximately 2500 Rs for the full day and Somnath Travels is the best option for Hiring Car From Somnath To Junagadh.

Why To Book Taxi For Somnath To Junagadh with Somnath Travels?

Somnath Travels has experience of more than 12 years in Car Rental Field. We have our own cars and offices in Somnath, Dwarka, Rajkot, Porbandar, Diu, Jamnagar, Junagadh, Sasan Gir, Ahmedabad, Bhuj, and Junagadh. We do rental business. Like another operator, we don't do commission business. So rates will always be lower with Somnath Travels. We do rental business. Like another operator, we don't do commission business. So rates will always be lower and in the budget with Somnath Travels. Somnath Travels provides services like Somnath To Junagadh Taxi Rental, Somnath To Junagadh Taxi Hire, Somnath To Junagadh Taxi Booking, Somnath To Junagadh Car Rental, Somnath To Junagadh Car Hire, Somnath To Junagadh Car Booking, Somnath To Junagadh Cab Rental, Somnath To Junagadh Cab Hire, Somnath To Junagadh Cab Booking.

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About Somnath Temple And Somnath City

Somnath Temple Jyotirlinga :

Somnath is First Jyotirling among twelve. Somnath Temple is Situated in Indian State Gujarat. Mahmud Gaznavi invasion has made his Temple more famous. No doubt that divinity of this great shrine also has an important role in making this temple more famous.

It is believed by many historians that invading 17 times any temple with 100 percent success is not possible for anyone. It is only a myth. Reality is that Mahmud Gaznavi has invaded Somnath Temple only 2 times. Muslim Invaders are especially attracted to this temple because of its Gold, Diamonds, and Silver.

Ruined Somnath Temple Photo Graph Taken By Allen Robson in 1869

Ruined Somnath Temple     Ruined Somnath Temple

Somnath of Gujarat is known for its Somnath Temple. Built in ancient Chalukya style of temple architecture, Somnath Temple draws a huge influx of pilgrims to Somnath throughout the year.

 

The tourist from all over India visits Somnath Temple throughout the year. As Somnath Temple covered in 12 Jyotirlinga of Lord Shiva many foreign tourist also visit Somnath temple. Somnath temple is also known for beautiful sightseeing located nearby. Geeta Mandir, Laxmi-Narayan Mandir, the Cave of Shri Balramji, ParshuramTapobhoomi, PanchPandavGufa, Triveni ghat, BhalkaTirth, Suraj Mandir, Museum, Junagarh Gate, Mai Puri, Ahilyabai Temple, Jama Masjid are popular sightseeings of Somnath. The tourists and pilgrims do advance booking, as festival season majority of hotels, Dharamshala and resorts booked 100%by tourist. At that time accommodation options in Somnath are very limited.

Tourist also enjoys on the beach located near Somnath temple. There are many fun & enjoyable activities are carried out by tourist like camel riding, horse riding & sweet water of coconut.

 

The government has modernized the beach, still retains its natural beauty. Tourists come to this seaside destination to enjoy the sunset and temple view from the beach of this beautiful place. You can really enjoy your holiday by visiting Somnath temple and nearby market of the city. When you choose to take a break in Somnath there are many things to see and do. You can go for sightseeing by road. Somnath is accessible by road from nearby towns& direct train is also available to reach at Somnath from major cities of Gujarat. The nearest airport is located in Diu. Diu is around 100 kilometers from Somnath. Somnath is well connected by roads and highways. Tourist also prefers cabs to make his journey comfortable and enjoyable. Nowadays online cab and car booking are one of the easiest options to reach Somnath. Tourist always looking for a higher taxi and prefers the best car available at reasonable rates. The luxury traveler class also prefers high-end cards.

 

Many tours and travel agency offers various travel packages for tourist as tourist always prefer to visit Sasan Gir and Diu. Sasan Gir is popular for Asiatic Lions and Diu is popular is for beautiful beaches. The hotels of Somnath provides modern comforts and multifarious amenities to its guests. Many tour operators and travel tourism agent provide and arrange travel, accommodation, food, conveyance along with entertainment facilities in attractive packages and economic means.

 

Man’s eternal quest to know the supreme and the unknown takes him far and wide to pilgrimages across the globe. The presence of that mysterious supreme which cannot be comprehended by commoners can be experienced in Somnath; the eternal shrine, devoted to Lord Shiva. Standing tall on the west coast of India on the bank of Arabian Sea the dominatingShikhasr of the temple tells the timeless tale of its fall and rebuilding seventeen times in the historical past. The AbadhitSamudra Marg, Tirsthambh (Arrow) indicates the unobstructed sea route towards the South Pole. This is an amazing marker of the ancient Indian wisdom of geography and strategic location of the Jyotirling. The splendor of this beautiful temple is so marvelous that once visited it can never be forgotten by anyone.

 

Humanity has always honored the divine and the mysterious. The sacred pilgrimages are often associated with the supernatural and the extraordinary where the physical and material world merges together to form one. Somnath temple in Gujarat is the abode of Lord Shiva and boasts as one of the Jyotirlingas in India is exactly that pilgrimage shrine which remains sacred and spiritually meaningful even today.

But if you are a non-believer and do not recognize the holy place, religious architecture and sacred art than one can take pride in visiting one of the world’s oldest cities located on the west coast of the Indian subcontinent. The charm and the splendor of this unique and ancient city are worth considering as you plan your holidays.

 

An undeniable spiritual feel swirls around this holy shrine making it one of the most intimate places of the world. The majestic sea at whose coast the Somnath temple stands provides a magnificent view to the onlookers and inspires a feeling of awe and wonder in the hearts and minds of the tourists. To make the pilgrimage easy for both national and foreign tourists The Ministry of Tourism; India has taken a keen interest in developing all the facilities required by the tourist in order to make the stay both comfortable and safe here. One may find luxury hotels or cheap hotel in and around the Somnath depending on his own requirement and ease.

 

Somnath Attractions - Places To See In Somnath: Car And Auto Charges

Somnath Temple New | Old Somnath Temple | Bhalka Tirth | Triveni Sangam | Sharda Math | Panch Pandav Gufa | Geeta Mandir | Ban Gangeshwar |

If you Hire Car For Local Sight Seeing in Somnath They will charge you 1500 Rs

If you Hire Auto Rickshaw They Will Charge You 600 to 800 Rs

Time: Approx 3 Hours

Car Booking To Junagadh

Somnath To Junagadh Car Rental

The journey from Somnath to Junagadh by Car is 200 km. There is no direct train facility for Somnath from Junagadh. Some of the private travels and some Local Government Buses are only there to reach Junagadh From Somnath. But that also not so comfortable and the departure time also does not suit most of the people. Returning from Jamnagar is also too difficult. Even after reaching Junagaddh, it is not so easy to hang out locally you have to spend lots of money to visit all the places in Junagadh. Book a Car From Somnath To Junagadh. This is the best and cheapest option. Return fare of
Car From Somnath To Junagadh is Approximately 2500 Rs for the full day and Somnath Travels is the best option for Hiring Car From Somnath To Junagadh.

Why To Book Taxi For Somnath To Junagadh with Somnath Travels?

Somnath Travels has experience of more than 12 years in Car Rental Field. We have our own cars and offices in Somnath, Dwarka, Rajkot, Porbandar, Diu, Jamnagar, Junagadh, Sasan Gir, Ahmedabad, Bhuj, and Junagadh. We do rental business. Like another operator, we don't do commission business. So rates will always be lower with Somnath Travels. We do rental business. Like another operator, we don't do commission business. So rates will always be lower and in the budget with Somnath Travels. Somnath Travels provides services like Somnath To Junagadh Taxi Rental, Somnath To Junagadh Taxi Hire, Somnath To Junagadh Taxi Booking, Somnath To Junagadh Car Rental, Somnath To Junagadh Car Hire, Somnath To Junagadh Car Booking, Somnath To Junagadh Cab Rental, Somnath To Junagadh Cab Hire, Somnath To Junagadh Cab Booking.

Somnath To Junagadh Car Rental Route

Situated at the foothills of the Girnar Range, Junagadh city and municipality, is the heart of Junagadh district in Gujarat. The name Junagadh literally connotes Old Fort. It acquired the prestigious epithet Sorath, from its erstwhile Muslim rulers. The History of Junagadh is a long tale of joys and sorrows, the humor and pathos.

On a plateau in the middle of the town, stands the imposing Uperkot Fort. It was constructed by the Mauryan king Chandragupta in 319 B.C.. It remained unnoticed for over 300 years and was discovered accidentally in 976 C.E. It was besieged for over 16 times in a span of 800-years.

The most important tourist attraction in Junagadh is the remarkable Uparkot Fort (Upper Fort). Over the centuries, enemies had laid siege to this fort but it remained impregnable. The walls of the fort are as high as 70 feet. Some Buddhist caves are also situated in Junagadh which show that there might have been a monastery here before its regal history began. Another attraction in Junagadh are the 14 rock edicts (257- 56 BC) of the great emperor Ashoka which are inscribed on a huge stone in Pali script. His 14 edicts in Pali are exhortations to virtue and assurances that he, “the Beloved of the Gods”, is looking after all his subjects. Other important place in Junagadh is the Mount Girnar. Mount Girnar is one of the hills which is most sacred to the Jain community. One of the largest and the oldest, 12th century temple dedicated to Neminath is situated on this hill. Besides this, the Bhavnath temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and the temple of Amba Mata are also situated on this hill.

 

 Junagadh was the capital of the Junagadh state under the Muslim rulers of Babi Nawabs. In Gujarati, "Junagadh" means an ancient fort. The word "Junagadh" is made up of two words, Juna and Garh where Juna means old and Garh means a fort. The town of Junagadh takes its name from the fort that enclosed the medieval town. Junagadh is situated in the Saurashtra region at the foothills of the sacred hill, the Mount Girnar and occupies a special place in the history of Gujarat. The town of Junagadh is beautiful with very wide streets, arches, shopping arcades and cool gardens. Its splendour is more like an English factory city rather than a city in the remote corner of Gujarat. The 14 rock edicts 257-56 BC of the great Emperor Ashoka, inscription by King Rudradaman (150 AD) and Skandagupta (456 AD) are the proof of importance of Junagadh from the ancient times.
This city was home to one of the great poets of India, Narsinh Mehta. Various ancient temples, museums, palaces and caves rich in myth and legends are the major interesting monuments located in Junagadh.

The history of Junagadh is chequered by the rule of the Mauryans, Kashatrapas, Guptas, Vallabhas, Chaudasamas, Gujarat Sultans and Babi Nawab. In the earlier periods, Junagadh was under the influence of four major religions mainly, Hindu, Buddhist, Jain and Muslims. Both political powers and religious influences enriched the culture and created fantastic edifices leaving their mark on the architecture of Junagadh. The Babi ruler of Junagadh, Nawab Mahobat Khan II (1851-82 AD) beautified Junagadh and patronized the construction of several buildings and urban design projects like Aina Mahal, Circle Chowk with clock tower and Dewan Chowk. Some of the other buildings of the Nawabi period are the Bahauddin College, Manoranjan Guest House, Mahobat Madresa (Narsi Vidya Mandir) and the maqbaras (mausoleums) of the royal family. All the architectural elements are highly decorative and reminds one, of the last phase of architecture of Lucknow.

Somnath To Junagadh Car Booking
Somnath To Junagadh Car Booking
Somnath To Junagadh Car Booking
Somnath To Junagadh Car Booking
Somnath To Junagadh Car Booking
Somnath To Junagadh Car Booking
Somnath To Junagadh Car Booking
Somnath To Junagadh Car Booking
Somnath To Junagadh Car Booking