It’s a new hotel built with clean, modern lines and contemporary designs. It’s centrally located in Junagadh and is a great place to stay and explore the rest of the city.
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List of travel related articles on Junagadh, Gujarat. Includes detailed descriptions of the various sites, pictures, and hotel reviews.
Emperor Ashoka inscribed 14 edicts in Pali script in about 250 BC instructing people to be kind to women and animals, and to give alms to beggars etc.
The walled fortress of Uperkot, is said to have been subjected to 16 seiges, including one which lasted 12 years. An ornate triple gateway forms the entrance.
Bahauddin ka Maqbara, mausoleum of the Wazir of Junagadh. Built right next to the Mahabat ka Maqbara is the magnificent Bahauddin ka Maqbara.
Mohabat ka Maqbara is a beautifully built mausoleum and one of Gujarat’s glorious examples of Indo-Islamic architecture. The mausoleum dates back to the year 1892.
The name Junagadh literally means ‘Old Fort’. It is named after the imposing fort, which is right in the center of town and was built in 319 B.C. (yes, B.C.!) by Chandragupta Maurya.