Temple – Kirti Mandir
Kirti Mandir was worked by Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III of the Gaekwad tradition of the Marathas to propagate the magnificent memory of his darling precursors. The sun, the moon and the earth in bronze with the unified guide of India embellish the Shikhara of Kirti Mandir. It was worked in 1936 as a component of the Diamond Jubilee festivities of Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III. The temple houses five divider canvases by craftsman Nandalal Bose showing different periods of clash of Mahabharata, and a few scenes from Indian folklore. The city of Vadodara, likewise famously known as Baroda, used to be the seat of the Gaekwad or Gaikwad rulers. It was once in the past called by numerous names. The city was alluded to as Chandravati, at that point Viravati, and Vadpatra because of the incredible amount of banyan trees on the River banks of Vishwamitri. Kirti Mandir is arranged in the city of Vadodara .It is an assortment of sanctuaries worked by Sayajirao Maharajah close to the Vishwamitra Bridge of the city.
It is accepted that Sayajirao Maharaja constructed this Kirti Mandir in the memory of expired individuals from the illustrious Gaekwad family and the structure is devoted to Lord Mahadev. Today it is a significant vacation destination around there.