Junagadh is a city in the western Indian state of Gujarat. Mahabat Maqbara is the huge 19th-century mausoleum of a local ruler, which showcases intricate Indo-Islamic architectural details. Uparkot Fort, founded around 300 BC, has city views from its ramparts. Within the fort are the stone-cut step-wells Adi Kadi Vav and Navghan Kuwo, plus Buddhist caves. To the west, Darbar Hall Museum is housed in a former palace. The museum displays items including weapons, armor, and royal portraits, plus a carpet was woven in the local jail. To the north, Sakkarbaug Zoological Garden shelters endangered local species such as the Asiatic lion. East of the city, a white building contains 14 of the Ashoka Rock Edicts, huge stones on which Emperor Ashoka, an ancient ruler who converted to Buddhism, preserved his edicts for a virtuous life. Farther east, pilgrims climb sacred Mount Girnar via stepped paths, past hundreds of Hindu and Jain temples dotted over its 5 summits.

Girnar, also known as Girinagar or Revatak Parvata, is a group of mountains in the Junagadh District of Gujarat, India, situated near Junagadh. Is considered older than the Himalayas, Girnar, the mountain, and its range are considered sacred.
Sakkarbaug Zoological Garden

Sakkarbaug Zoological Garden also known as Sakkarbaug Zoo or Junagadh Zoo is a 200-hectare zoo that opened in 1863 at Junagadh, Gujarat.
Mahabat Maqbara

Mahabat Maqbara Palace, also Mausoleum of Bahaduddinbhai Hasainbhai, is a mausoleum in Junagadh, India, that was once home to the Muslim rulers the Nawabs of Junagadh.
Darbar Hall Museum

Darbar Hall Museum galleries showcase 19th-century paintings, weapons, textiles, and other artifacts in a former palace.
Adi Kadi Vav

Adi-kadi Vav, built in the 15th century, is carved entirely out of the hard rock. A narrow flight of 120 stairs cuts down through the stone to meet the good shaft deep in the stone. Two different legends claim to explain the name of the well.
Navghan Kuvo

Navghan Kuwo, just a few years shy of being a thousand years old it was apparently built in 1026 AD, though some accounts say it is much older, is partly hewn out of soft rock, and partly built up structurally like other wells.
Upperkot Fort

Upperkot Fort imposing ancient fort, dating to c. 319 BC, with towering ramparts, Buddhist caves, and a 15th-century mosque.
Sarkheswar Beach

Sarkeshwar Beach is located on the border of Junagadh and Amreli district, near the Southern Tip of Saurashtra region. The first attraction for most visitors at Sarkeshwar is the turquoise blue water. The calm and fine quality of sand offers water sports activities.
Gir National Park

Gir Forest National Park is a wildlife sanctuary in Gujarat, western India. It was established to protect Asiatic lions, who frequent the fenced-off Devalia Safari Park, along with leopards and antelopes.
Buddhist Caves

Junagadh Buddhist Cave Groups are located in the Junagadh district of the Indian state of Gujarat. The so-called “Buddhist Caves” are not actually caves, but three separate sites of rooms carved out of stone to be used as monks’ quarters.
Best Time To Visit Junagadh

Junagadh has a tropical climate, with high temperatures from March to June, and heavy monsoon rainfall from June to September. The milder, drier winter months from November to February are a popular time to visit.

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