Morning Timing

Mangala Aarti05:30 AM
Shangar Aarti07:15 AM
Rajbhog - Thal11:00 AM
Darshan Closed (Noon)12:00 to 03:30

Evening Timing

Sandhya Aarti07:15 PM
Shayan Aarti09:00 PM
Shayan Darshan Closed (Night)09:15 PM


Jaya Ekadashi


Gurupurnima, Aashadh Sud 15


Gurupurnima, Aashadh Sud 18


Junagadh Dham

Junagadh Dham

Girnar hills

Girnar is an ancient and sacred hill of Junagadh situated at an altitude of 3672 feet. There are 866 Hindu and Jain temples spread across the hills of Girnar. One has to climb 9,999 steps to reach the final summit starting from Girnar Taleti. A morning walk to Girnar Hill is a delightful experience that tourists will remember for a lifetime. People of Hindu and Jain religion often visit these temples.

Two pilgrimage sites: Gorakshanath Temple, Dattatreya Temple and Amba Mata Temple and some other temples are worth visiting. And Dattatreya Paduka, an ancient temple, is the most revered place for the Hindu.

Jain pilgrimage site: Girnar Hill has been an important site for Jains since the third century. Tirthankara Neminath Temple, Lord Rishabhdev, Mallinath, Lord Parshvanath Temple, some Jain temples that can be seen on the Girnar Hill.

Edicts of Ashoka

Ashoka’s inscription is located on the right side of the road while going from Junagadh to Girnar. This inscription is famous as Ashoka who belonged to the Maurya dynasty. Here 14 commandments of Ashoka are engraved which are written in Pali language, it has been kept in the enclosure of 75 feet for about 2200 years. This inscription, preserved for 200 years, is now protected by the Department of Archeology, Government of India. This place is worth visiting for the pilgrims going to Girnar.