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We recomend the following places to visit the Veraval - Somnath Region. Our service are frequeant to following areas, We also familiar with the local tourist attraction such as Sasan, Diu, Dwarka and others,Talk about our Prime Position, We are on the right middle of the world known places Veraval - Somnath to Dwarika, Diu to Sasan and also the Gadh - Girnar. More to that Veraval is the biggest Lending Port for the Marbine Industry for various Fishes, and We dominated all the Export Units and All the Tourist Places.

Palitana

Palitana is considered to be the most sacred pilgrimage for Jains as Lord Adinath the first thirthankar of jains climbed this mount 99 times as it was a very pure place and he used to meditate under the tree Raayan. it is said that at the time of lord this mount was 10 times bigger but as generations come down ,this mount also came down in its size as a result of increase in sins. Lord aadinath attained salvation at this mountain and many others(uncountable) there is a main aadinath jinalaya(temple_ on the mount.

As a princely state, founded in 1194 (one of the major states in Saurashtra, where there were many smaller states, Palitana covered 777 km² and had 58,000 inhabitants (in 1921) in 91 villages, generating a 744,416 Rs revenue. In 1656, Shah Jahan's son Murad Baksh (the then Governor of Gujarat) granted the village of Palitana to the prominent Jain merchant Shantidas Jhaveri. The management of the temples was assigned to the Anandji Kalyanji Trust in 1730.

Palitana used to be a native state of India in the Kathiawar Agency of the Bombay presidency. Area, 289 sq. m.; pop. (2011), 150,000, showing a decrease of 15% in the decade. The chief was a Gohil Rajput, with the title of Thakur Sahib. Gross revenue, £42,000; tribute jointly to the Gaekwar of Baroda and the Nawab of Junagadh, £700. The capital of the state is Palitana; pop. 12,800. It was ruled by a Thakore sahib (also spelled Thakor Saheb), enjoying a 9-guns salute, of the Hindu Gohel dynasty, which received a privy purse of 180,000 Rupees at the state's accession to independent India on 15 February 1948.

Sainathtravels
Somnath
Sasan Gir
Diu
Junagadh
Palitana
Sarangpur
Gondal
Tulsishyam
Virpur
Dwarka
Bet Dwarka
Chotila
Porbander
Madhavpur
Akshardham
SAINATH TRAVELS
Under Hotel Ajanta,
Opp S.T Bus - Stand
Veraval - 362265
   
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