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Located in the Mehsana district, Mehsana is a city in the state of Gujarat. This city was established by a Rajput named Mehsaji Chavda who was also the heir of Chawda Dynasty.
Best Time to Visit
The winter season is undoubtedly the best time to visit Mehsana. The months between October to March witness an extremely comfortable temperature with the days being pleasant and the evenings cool. It is a great time for tourists as they can make the most of their trip. The nearest airport is located in Ahmedabad which is Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport and is around 70 kilometers away.
Places to Visit
The Simandhar Swami Jain Derasar is a beautiful temple located near the Modhera crossroads and boasts of a white coloured and really huge idol of Shri Seemandhar Swami. Other famous temples in the city are Swaminarayan Temple, Hinglaj Mata Temple and Ambika Mata Temple. A temple dedicated to Ayyappa and a Gurudwara Sahib can also be found here. If in Mehsana, you simply cannot miss out the Modhera Sun Temple which is set against the River Pushpavati and has some wonderful trees all around it. Also visit the Step Well here which is an age-old 3-storied structure. The Thol Wildlife Sanctuary is just perfect for bird lovers and photo shoots and has a wonderful sunrise and sunset. An antique Buddhist Monastery has been found recently which is quite amazing to experience. The Bhavai Government Museum is a hall which pays tributes to artists. The largest water park in Gujarat, Shanku’s Water Park, is something not be missed especially if you are travelling to the city with children for a holiday. Do stop by for some scenic beauty at Sharmishtha Lake.
OYO Rooms: Hotels in Mehsana
OYO Rooms have rapidly become the first choice of several travellers from around the nation when it comes to booking an affordable room in an unknown city. Be it a family out on a holiday or an individual on some official work, OYO Rooms and hotels in Mehsana are perfect for just about anybody being quite reasonable while offering the much-needed comfort. The OYO Rooms near the Jyoti Petrol Pump are a great choice for both leisure and professional travellers as it offers comfort, hospitality and relaxation. It offers laundry and parking services and complimentary breakfast is also available with room booking. Some famous tourist spots and religious places such as Modhera’s Sun Temple and Simandhar Swami Jain Temple can easily be reached from here with the help of local transport. This is a popular budget hotel in Mehsana. The Nagalpur Bus Stop and Mahasena Junction Railway Station are in close vicinity connecting you to other places easily. You will be able to make the most of your trip and leave for the next destination quickly. Do not forget to indulge in some local shopping and try out the local delicacies when staying here. Honeymoon couples can check out the OYO Rooms on the Ahmedabad-Mehsana Highway which is just apt for them. Being away from the hustle and bustle of the city, this is one of Mehsana hotels which allow you to relax and explore the place at your own pace. The Ambikanagar Bus Stop and the Kalol Railway Station are quite near to this hotel in Mehsana which also offers parking and laundry services with complimentary breakfast. So book your OYO Room today and visit Mehsana to witness all that the city has to offer.
Events in Mehsana
Bahuchar Mata Temple Fair: September
A fair is held near the Bahuchar Mata temple in Mehsana every year that attracts the devotees and tourists across the nation. This festival holds great significance among the devotees of Bahuchar Mata who throng this temple with devotion and enjoy the festivities. The pilgrims chant hymns and visit other places of worship to seek blessings. The streets are lined with arts and crafts kiosks and food stalls. Giant Ferris wheels spin around with shrieks of laughter and thrill echoing in the wind. Traditional songs, dances and folk drama are performed during this five day festivity. Book your OYO at Mehsana and don’t miss out on the fun and grandeur of this fair.