Patan, the former capital of Gujarat, is a place famous for Patolas sarees, one of the finest hand-made textiles in the world. One can see this exquisite fabric being woven here. The Patan Patola is one of the finest hand-woven textiles produced the world over. It combines the art of tying and dyeing of the warp and weft threads and their weaving together when each warp thread is carefully placed against the corresponding colors of the weft. Also known as the double Ikat, it is woven only in Bali, Indonesia besides Patan.
Rani Ki Vav

Rani ki vav is an intricately constructed stepwell situated in the town of Patan in Gujarat, India. It is located on the banks of the Saraswati River. Rani ki vav was built as a memorial to an 11th-century AD king Bhimdev I. 
Sahastralinga Talav

Sahasralinga Tank or Sahasralinga Talav is a medieval artificial water tank in Patan, Gujarat, India. It was commissioned during Chaulukya rule, but now it is empty and in a ruined state.
Patola Saree Factory

Saree is considered the most beautiful way to dress for a Women and it brings out the women's charm in most beautiful way. Backed by its trained designers, weavers, and spinners of Patola.
Hemchandracharya Gyan Mandir

Hemachandracharya, the renowned Jain scholar and poet, is credited with formulating Gujarati grammar. His treatise ‘Siddha Hema Shabdanushasana’, written during the rule of Siddharaj Jayasinh, is seen as a counterpart to Panini’s treatise on Sanskrit grammar.
Jain Temples

Panchasara Parshvanath Jain Derasar is one of the largest of more than 100 Jain temples in Patan, a reminder of Patan’s role as a center of Jainism during the Solanki era, with sophisticated stone carvings and white marble floors that are characteristic of Jain architecture.
Mahalaxmi Temple

This great power of all powers is conceived of by the devout worshipper in different forms in her three Avatars namely Shree Mahakali or Durga, Shree Mahalakshmi, and Shree MahaSarswati.
Patan Patola Heritage Museum

Patan Patola Heritage isn’t one of the most ingeniously curated museums but it rezones with meaning and purpose. A large loom placed centrally is the first thing you notice. The museum displays award certificates, photographs of celebrities wearing the Patan Patola old vegetable dyes, old saris woven by the family as well as some newer creations, a 200-year-old red Patola frock for a child, an audio visual area for those who want to watch documentaries on the weaving technique, some old spinning looms, a tiny library that includes academic books written on Patola, and samples of single Ikat textiles from various countries.
Siddhraj Jaysinh Statue

Jayasiṃha who assumed the title Siddharāja was an Indian king who ruled western parts of India. He was a member of the Chaulukya dynasty.
Chudel Mata Temple

Chudel Mata Temple is dedicated to the goddess of devils. The goddess is worshiped as a burning flame in this temple.
Best Time To Visit Patan

As the Tropic of Cancer passes through the northern border of Gujarat, Patan has an extreme climate. But the Arabian Sea and the Gulf of Cambay in the west and the forest-covered hills in the east, soften the rigors of the climatic extremes. The maximum temperature during summer hovers around 35°C while the minimum temperature during winter dips down to around 10°C.

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