AMBAJI HISTORY :- INFORMATION ABOUT PILGRIMAGE PLACE AMBAJI
Ambaji is a census town in Banaskantha district in the State of Gujarat, India. For it is historical and mythological connections with the sites of cultural heritage it is known. In India, Ambaji is one of the 51 ancient Shakti Peetha Tirth. While Ma Bhagwati Mahakali Maha Shakti at Ujjain is the significant place for the pilgrimage to worship. Ma Kamakshi at Kanchipuram, Mata Bramaramba at Srisailam, Shri Kumarika at Knyakumari. Mataji Ambaji at AnarGujarat, Mata Mahalaxmidevi at Kholapur.
There is no specific idol or a picture in the temple but a simple cave like Gokh in the inner wall. Ambaji town has a branches of the State Bank Of India, Bank Of Baroda, HDFC Bank and Dena Bank with ATM facility. Ambaji enjoys all types of weather. While, Winter is the best season to visit at the Ambaji where the temperature remains between 6 to 36 degree, whereas in summer it is so hot and humid and the temperature ranges to 26-46 degree Celcius. In monsoon season, the average rainfall is about 15 to 30 inches per season.
About Ambaji :-
The temple is open from 7:00 am to 11:30 am 12.30 pm to 4.30 pm and 6.30 pm to 9.00 pm. Ambaji is a town within the Taluka district Banaskantha, North Gujarat, India. Likewise, With the surrounding of Araveli Hills Ambaji is situate. It is within the Aravali Range, line of peaks, is arrange of a mountain in Western India.
The place which is near the Ambaji town. Gabbar hill in which it is, in fact, one of the 51 Ancient Shakti Peeths. Kamakshi Mandir where there is a Kamakshidevi Temple Complex. Kailash Hill Sunset where there is a beautiful Shivalaya on the top of the Kailash Tekari. Similarly, Koteshwar, it is an ancient temple of shree Koteshwar Mahadev which attached with holy kund. Kumbhariya that has historical jain temples of shree Neminatha Bhagwan. And last Mansarovar which is been saying to be construsted by Shree Tapishanker.