Ranmal Lake

Updated February 26th, 2024 at 23:42 IST

Planning To Visit Jamnagar? Don't Miss These Famous Spots

Explore the Jamnagar's Lakhota Palace. Marine Park, Khiljadia bird sanctury, and Dwarkadhish temple for a blend of culture and nature.

1/7: The Bala Hanuman Temple, also called Shri Bala Hanuman Sankirtan Mandir, is located on the southeast shore of Ranmal Lake in Jamnagar. The temple has deities, such as Hanuman, Ram, Lakshman and Sita./ Image: Freepik

2/7: Aradhana Dham, is a serene and peaceful and environment friendly complex is an excellent example of Jain architecture and structure. It is a pilgrimage destination for Jain devotees from all corners. / Image: devbhumidwarka

3/7: Khijadia Bird Sanctuary has a wide variety of waterfowl. Almost 200 species of birds are recorded in the Sanctuary, including over 90 species of waterfowl. / Image: Gujarat tourism

4/7: The grandeur of the temple is enhanced by the flight of 56 steps leading to the rear side of the edifice on the side of the river Gomti. / Image: Gujarat Tourism

5/7: Pirotan Island is known for for its coral reef and various marine life neptune crab,jelly fish,sea cucumber,brittle star fish,puffer fish,queen crab,sea anemone,octopus,sea. / Image: Gujarat Tourism

6/7: Ranmal lake is the attractive, tree-lined promenades around Ranmal Lake have been seriously upgraded and surrounded by a fence with several gateways. There’s a bona fide running track. / Image: Gujarat Tourism

7/7: Shivrajpur Beach is a white sand beach with azure blue waters that received the prestigious Blue Flag Beach certification in October 2020. / Image: Gujarat Tourism

Published February 26th, 2024 at 23:42 IST