Temple – Stambheshwar Mahadev
Stambheshwar Mahadev committed to Lord Shiva situated at Kavi Kamboi, Jambusar Takula, around 75 km from Vadodara is one of the incredible spot to visit as the Submerging or vanishing temple consistently twice during elevated tide hours. This temple is perhaps the most surprising Lord Shiva Mandir of India because of its natural and mind blowing location. This holy place is arranged between the shores of the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Cambay - Gulf of Khambhat. It is accepted that this is one of the three profoundly hallowed temple which was built by Lord Kartikeya, the child of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. According to the Puran, Kartikeya was destined to murder the devil lord Tarkasur who had caught every one of the three Lok – Pruthvi Lok, Paatal Lok and Swarg Lok. Tarkasur had torment a great deal to each existence of three Lok hence Lord Kartikeya needed to execute him to deliver each human from him. In the wake of murdering the Tarkasur, Lord Kartikeya was feeling regretful and terrible as evil presence ruler was genuine aficionado of Lord Shiva. In this manner he chose to assemble three temple committed to Lord Shiva with the assistance of Lord Vishwakarma, introduced the Shivlinga and petition God for the absolution.