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Ancient Shiv temple

It. Is 1000 years old temple.History lover can interested in this temple.The whole temple is built... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Purnima09
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India
Purneshwar Temple

This place is 35 killometer away from Bhuj city. Site is state protected site. Inter lock... read more

Reviewed November 22, 2017
9925315407
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Kutch, India
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3 weeks ago
“Ancient Shiv temple”
Nov 22, 2017
“Purneshwar Temple”
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Gandhidham, Kutch, India
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It. Is 1000 years old temple.History lover can interested in this temple.The whole temple is built up of stones.Due to earthquake in Bhuj most structure was damaged.The temple is raised on a high platform and is well known for ancient sculptures . Peaceful place .

Thank Purnima09
Reviewed November 22, 2017

This place is 35 killometer away from Bhuj city. Site is state protected site. Inter lock architecture work is done to build this temple, It is 1000 year old temple in this region.

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Reviewed December 6, 2016

This temple is on way to gandhidham. Its very old saying that around 9th - 10th century. But it can be skipped if you have not much time. as this temple doesnt maintain much. only history lover can interest in this temple.

Thank kvs05
Reviewed September 29, 2016

Located enroute to Nakhatrana from Bhuj, this temple is located just off the road and cannot be missed. There is not much around this temple and the structure itself is in need of maintenance. got talking with the temple priest and he said the temple...More

Thank Shehwaz
Reviewed August 30, 2016

visited this temple after getting off from the train station at gandhidham going towards mandvi.. ruined temple during the earthquake still holds being one of the oldest temples of Lord Shiva..must visit.

Thank mitena
Reviewed December 25, 2015

I have guided a photographic sojourn in villages of Great Rann of KUTCH, with 6 photographers from Hyderabad. They enjoyed thepeople's corporation to make photos and see their life style, houses, interiors ! They are so forthcoming that it makes KUTCH A HEAVEN for photographers...More

Thank kantilaldoobal
Reviewed November 13, 2015

Purneshwar Temple, located near Gandhidham and Bhuj, is well-known for ancient sculptures and images. People specially come to this place to observe the architectural style of the ancient times.

Thank ruchi101
Reviewed October 9, 2015

If you're on your way from Bhuj to Nakhatrana, you should stop to enjoy beauty of 10th century Shiva Temple and experience its energy.

Thank Cooldeep
Reviewed June 19, 2015

While on my way from Bhuj to Maa Ashapura temple, I came across this age old small Shiva temple partially ruined due to earthquake. This comes before the Tropic of Cancer sign board which people need to pass through while on the way to Lakhpat...More

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