Temple – Naulakha Temple
Navlakha Temple at Ghumli was built by Jethwa rulers in eleventh century committed to Sun god, Surya and is most oldest sun temple of Gujarat.. It has the largest base (Uagati) of the temples in Gujarat, estimating 45.72 x 30.48 m. Pointing toward the East, it had an excellent passageway curve or Kirti Toran, that is presently lost. The sanctum sanctorum (Garbhagriha), covered Pradakshina way, huge get-together corridor and its three shringar chokis are attractive. On the encompassing walking path we discover three headings with overhangs. The Mandapa has eight-sided columns for help. In the little specialties we discover figures. The passages are two celebrated. At the back mass of the temple we discover two colossal elephants battling with their trunks. In Bhadra Gavaksha there is the picture of Brahma-Savitri, in the west is the Shiva-Parvati, toward the north is Lakshmi Narayan. The Navlakha Temple worked at an expense of Nine Lakhs henceforth the name Navlakha. The temple is inherent Maru-Gurjara design (or the Solanki style). have the three weaving tusks of elephants as its brand name and is viewed as high early afternoon of Solanki style of planner. Outside primary temple there is a temple devoted to Ganesha, called the Ganesh Dehra.