SHRI RANCHHODRAIJI MAHARAJ TEMPLE
Kapad Bazar Laxmiji Rd, Dakor, Gujarat 388225, India
About SHRI RANCHHODRAIJI MAHARAJ TEMPLE
The main temple, enclosed by a fort wall, is situated near the bank of the holy lake Gomti in the midst of the main bazaar of Dakor. The temple is covered with 8 domes and 24 turrets, with the central dome reaching a height of 27m. Crowned with a golden Kalash and a white silken flag, this temple is the tallest in the district. Though not very rich in carving, the main cupola derives its influence from the Maharashtrian style of temple architecture.
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