UNESCO World Heritage Site located in Panchmahal district in Gujarat, India, around the historical city of Champaner, a city which was built by Sultan Mahmud Begada of Gujarat
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Champaner-Pavagadh Archaeological Park is an historical archaeological park and one of India's UNESCO World Heritage sites.

UnderstandEdit

 
View of Pavadagh Hill.

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Get inEdit

The park is located about 50 km northeast of Vadodara.

Fees and permitsEdit

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Jain temple

There are eleven different types of buildings in park including mosques, temples, granaries, tombs, wells, walls, and terraces.

MosquesEdit

  • 1 Jami Masjid.
  • 2 Kevda Masjid and Cenotaph.
  • 3 Nagina Masjid and Cenotaph.
  • 4 Lila Gumbaj Ki Masjid.
  • 5 Sahar Ki Masjid.
  • Bawaman Mosque.
  • 6 Kamani Masjid.
  • 7 Ek-Minar Ki Masjid.
  • 8 Panch- Mahuda-Ki Masjid, Halol.

TemplesEdit

  • 9 Lakulisa temple.
  • Jain temples
  • 10 Kalika Mata Temple.

Tombs and mausoleumsEdit

  • 11 Sakar Khan’s Dargah.
  • Sikandar Shah’s Tomb.

Fortresses and wallsEdit

  • Fort of Pavagadh and the ruined Hindu and Jain Temples on the top of the Pavagadh Hill.
  • 12 Three cells.

WallsEdit

GatesEdit

  • 13 City Gate.

Palaces and pavilionsEdit

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