Shri Bala Hanuman temple of Jamnagar is very famous dedicated to the
Lord Hanuman in India. On the southeast corner of the lake is the Bala
Hanuman temple, famous for its continuous chanting of the “Sri Ram,
Jai Ram, Jai Jai Ram” since August 1st, 1964, for which it is even listed in
the Guinness Book of World Records.
Jamnagar contains several ancient temples such as Sidhnath Mahadev temple and
marble Jain temples.
You can visit the temple to be witness to their prolonged act of religious
devotion and even join in if you wish to contribute to the effort, especially at
night, during the more difficult sessions.
Places to See Around the temple-
Narara Marine National Park is around 55 km away. It can be reached by road to do
the 'coral walk' as the tide ebbs. Best time to visit is between December to March.
Dwarkadhish temple is about 143 km from the temple.
Khijadia Bird Sanctuary can give you mesmerizing views of the wonderful local and
migratory birds at a distance of 14 km from the temple. Best time to visit is between
October to March.
The Lakhota Lake is visited by various species of birds, particularly during the
period of migration, making the overall atmosphere more special.
Lakhota Fort and
Museum are located on an island inside the lake and can be reached through two
pathways that connect them with the bank. One can enhance the fun by indulging in
boating inside the lake.