Gadhada Shamalaji Mandir
Gadhda Shamlaji Rd, Gadhada, Gujarat 383270, India
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This is an ancient temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu. The temple was established in the 11th century and it represents the Chalukya style of architecture located on the banks of Meshvo river.
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