Sunday, December 26, 2010


(22km from Dabhoi) this picturesque town on the bank of the Narmada, at the confluence of three rivers: Narmada, Orsang and Gupta Saraswati, is an ancient seat of Sanskrit learning for Brahmins. 'ghats' leading to the pure waters of Narmada and the temples, make it a sacred place for Hindus performing the rituals after death. Mandvi Mahal, a haveli of the Mahida Rajputs, dating back to the late 19th century, is now a heritage hotel. It is located close to river Narmada, in a serene setting. The 'haveli' offers a picturesque vista of bathing 'ghats', temples with fine carvings and the aquatic life on the river.

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