Mahudi Temple Gandhinagar - Timing ,Tour Experience & More

Mahudi Temple Gandhinagar

Gandhinagar is a city situated in the middle of Gujarat and this city is famous for its IT and commercial hubs like Gift City, and Infocity IT Hub, and you will find a small amount tourist destinations, and in that I will tell you about one temple which is one of the famous temples in the of Gujarat that is famous for its design and prasad. 

Friends, have you heard about Mahudi Temple? Yes, I am talking about the same Mahudi temple which is considered a pilgrimage site of Jainism. Mahudi Temple is known for Lord Ghantakarna Mahavir and Lord   Padmaprabhu and here you will get to see the gold statue of Lord Ghantakarna Mahavir. Let's discuss Mahudi temple in detail. 

Mahudi Temple History

The history of Mahudi temple is 2000 years old. Lord Shri Ghantakarna Mahavir and Lord Shri Padmaprabha statue was found from inside the ground 2000 years ago. Then Acharyadev Buddhi Sagarsuriswarji established this temple in 1917 and Vadilal Kalidas Vora donated the land for the temple, and its details can be found in the temple premises. Written language will be found on the stone.

Mahudi Sukhdi- Why it is famous?

Sukhdi is a barfi-like prasad made from wheat flour, jaggery and pure ghee. You cannot take the Prasad outside the temple premises because people believe that if anyone takes the Prasad outside the temple, then inauspicious things is noteworthy that lakhs of devotees offer happiness here throughout the year. According to a belief, "Ghantakarna" in his previous birth was a warrior named Tungabhadra, he was considered the messiah of the poor. Mahudi temple sukhadi taste comparison you can’t do with another sweet because its made with Pure desi ghee that is coming from the nearest villages.

How to reach Mahudi Temple ?

Mahudi temple is 43 km far from Gandhinagar City and the Gandhinagar- Vijapur highway is the easiest way to reach Mahudi Mandir. 

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Mahudi Temple Photos

Mahudi Temple

Mahudi Temple Timings

Mahudi mandir timings are morning 6 am to evening 8pm , and it's open for the whole week Monday to Sunday.

Mahudi Temple Prasad Timings

Sukhadi Prasad Timings are Mon-sat 9.00 am to 12.00 pm Sunday - 9.00 am to 3 pm

What is the best time to visit the Mahudi Tirth?

Best time to visit Mahudi mandir is Diwali time and winter season between October to February.  

Tour Experience at Mahudi Jain Tirth

I visit Mahudi temple every year in winter time because I love the Sukhadi Prasad and I get the chance to see Lord Shri Ghantakarna Mahavir and Lord Shri Padmaprabha, so you all like me, visit this temple which gives you It will be a good experience.

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