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Rukmini Temple
22° 15' 26.46'' N, 68° 57' 51.84'' E

This is a 13th century Solanki temple dedicated to Rukmini, consort of lord Krishna. Only the garbhagriha roofed by a beautiful Nagara Sikhara, clustered by multiple angasikharas is original, while the other constituents are late additions including the roofed dome of mandapa


Conservation and Preservation

The temple was surrounded by open land on all sides, with high tide line on its north and west. With a view to covering the protected open land, and prevent the cattle and other animals from entering the temple premises, an R.R. stone masonry’s compound wall, with an M.S. gate, has been provided.