Ambaji Temple Location Map


Location Map of Ambaji Temple

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Location Map of Ambaji Temple
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If you one of the pilgrims heading to the state of Gujarat to pray at the famous Ambaji Temple, one of the 51 Shakti Peethas and an important place of worship for followers of Hinduism and you need to find information on the exact location of the place in the state of Gujarat, we are here to help. Ambaji Location Map by Mapsofindia be your guide and will aid you make your way to the temple without any inconvenience.

A look at the Location map of Ambaji will tell you that the place is located near the Gujarat Rajasthan border on the eastern side of the state of Gujarat. Palanpur in Gujarat is the nearest city to Ambaji to be a counted among the major cities of Gujarat and to be well connected to other important cities in the country. The place is located at a distance of 65kms from Ambaji. Mount Abu, a renowned hill station is Rajasthan is located closer to Ambaji. One only needs to travel 45kms from the hill station to reach Ambaji. The distance between Gandhinagar, the capital city of Gujarat and Ambaji is 169kms whereas one needs to travel 182kms towards the North-East from Ahmedabad to reach Ambaji. Other important cities of Gujarat which are located near the temple include Khed Brahma, Patan, Mahesana, Kheda and Bayod. The National Highway 14 passing through the state of Gujarat provides connectivity to the temple. Besides National Highway 8, National Highway 8-A and National Highway 08, National Highway 06 also provide connectivity to the temple.


Last Updated on : 13 December 2011









     


     

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