This Indian state's biggest stepwell was created in remembrance of Rani Udayamati's husband during the Solanki dynasty. UNESCO lists this 900-year-old structure.
It is dedicated to Lord Sun. During the Solanki dynasty, around 1026, Raja Bhimdev I built this temple.
The main reason for building this museum is to show people the less well-known parts of Patan's cultural history.
It is an artificial water tank from the Middle Ages. The Chalukyan (Solanki) King Durlabh Raj built it at the end of the 11th century.
Between 1886 and 1890, Khan Mirza Aziz Kokah, who was the governor of Gujarat at the time, used stones to build it out of broken buildings.
According to Hindu mythology, Lord Mahavishnu's tears spilled in this lovely lake, making Sarovar one of Gujarat's sacred spots.
Patola silk weaving techniques and history are documented here. It's open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and fees Rs. 10.
It is a very big temple that is 180 feet tall and 190 feet wide. In 746 CE, when Vanraj Chavda was in charge, this temple was built.
It is in the middle of the town of Shanskeshwar in the Indian state of Gujarat. In 1098 CE, a king named Sajjan Shah built this temple.