Khodiyar Maa is the Hindu goddess who appeared in the story of Mamaniya Gadhvi in about AD 700. Mamaniya Gadhvi had a superb relationship with the then ruler – Maharaj Shilbhadra. The ruler’s ministers envied this exceptional relationship and prepared a way to get rid of Mamaniya Gadhvi.
Takhteshwar located on a hill, the site provides a panoramic view. This holy temple of Lord Shiva named in the memory of Maharaja Takhtasinhji is a very popular place.It is made of pure marble and constructed in the late nineteenth century.
The Victoria Park, spanning a total area of 500 acres, is a forest conserved by the Indian Government within the boundary of the Bhavnagar city. Rich in flora and fauna, the forest has varieties of Indian birds like waders, raptors and perching birds that attract bird watchers and nature admirers.
Aksharwadi Temple in Bhavnagar.
Gandhi Smriti stands with pride right in the center of Bhavnagar city of Gujarat. It is a monument that signifies the life and service of Mahatma Gandhi.
Gangajaha or Ganga Deri is a memorial palace that was built by Bhavnagar Maharaja Takhtsinghji in the memory of his wife Maharani Majirajba in 1893 AD.
Gaurishankar Lake locally known as Bor Talav is a tourist location. The lake bordered by a garden, popularly called Pil Garden, is also a major picnic spot. Tourists can also see a planetarium in near the site of the lake.
Trambak Falls is a waterfall near Bhavanagar. Situated 20 km away from Bhavanagar city centre this destination is visited by many tourists daily. Many families come here to spend weekends and to take a shower in the fall. The fall is located in beautiful natural soundings on a small mount with light forest cover.