Champaner Tourist Places

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Saat Kaman
Saat Kaman is a prominent structure situated on the verge of a hill on the southern tip of Champaner (Pavagadh). Saat Kaman means seven arches. However, there are only 6..Read more
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Helical Step well
Helical Step-well is a 16th century well with an attractive helical design consisting of a 1.2 m wide staircase, which spirals down along the wall of the well shaft. &n..Read more
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Vada Talav
Vada Talav is the largest lake that has been constructed for the conservation of rainwater. Adorned in a circle with the Jami Masjid at the center, there are large arter..Read more
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Champaner Archaeological Park
Champaner Archaeological Park is one of the most toured attractions in India. In fact, it is considered as the gateway to the richness of the cultural heritage of the co..Read more
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Khapra Zaveri Palace
Khapra Zaveri Palace is another refined example of Sultanate architecture, which is situated on the way from the Champaner base to Machi. It is a spectacular view of the..Read more
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Jami Masjid
Jami (Jama) Masjid was built in the year 1508-9 AD by Sultan Muhammud Begada (1458-1511 AD) representing a spectacular mosque in Champaner. The masjid is considered as o..Read more
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Mahakali Temple
Mahakali Temple is a popular temple of Goddess Mahakali, the 51st Shakti Peeth in India, which is located on the highest peak of Pavagadh hill. It is one of the most sac..Read more
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Sikandar Shah s Tomb
Sikandar Shah s Tomb belongs to Sikandar Shah, the last ruler of Champaner. It is a magnificent stone structure with fluted domes and remarkable aesthetics and craftsman..Read more
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Lakulish Temple
Dedicated to Lord Shiva, the Lakulish Temple is another significant temple located in Champaner. It exists near the Chhashia Talav, which has got some attractive carving..Read more
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Champaner Fort
Champaner Fort reflects a superb historical monument, which sets a perfect example for the 16th century constructional style. It is an archaeological heritage building f..Read more
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Citadel of Mahmud Beghada
Citadel of Mahmud Beghada in Champaner is a rectangular shaped magnificent monument of big blocks of freestone. The citadel is supported by bastions and has been beautif..Read more
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Sahar Ki Masjid
Sahar ki Masjid exists next to the royal enclosure, and is assumed to be the official Mosque of the Sultans. It has got a big dome at each of the three entrances. Also, ..Read more
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Amir Manzil
Amir Manzil is an important site of excavation consisting of a residential complex, gardens, homes, water bodies and three gates namely, Halol gate, Delhi gate and Godhr..Read more
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Hissar i Khas
Hissar-i-Khas is another attraction that has to be visited for sure. Near the Atak Gate are many catapult stands; only the stone frames are now in existence. The main to..Read more
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Nagina Masjid
Nagina Masjid is another notable monument that is considered to be very sacred for the Muslims. It has three standing domes over the main hall with balconies. Also, ther..Read more
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Kevada Masjid
Kevada Masjid is a beautiful monument that consists of attractive carvings. The mosque has got both Hindu and Islamic influences upon it. It contains a mosque compound a..Read more
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