Fast Facts :
Location : Arasur Hill, Gujarat
Dedicated To : Goddess Amba
Built Of : Marble
Prominent Feature : No idol
Near Mount Abu placed on Arasur hill, Ambaji is the most imperative places in the pilgrimages of Gujarat. The renowned temple of Ambaji is also known has Amba Bhavani Temple or ‘Arasuri’. The prominent feature of this temple is that it has no idol in the temple; the workship with the images became popular.
The marble of finest quality used in the construction of Amba Bhavani Temple, this temple was originally known as ‘Shakti Pithas’ pertaining to the primordial Holy Scripture heart of divinity Ambaji felt when her body dissected on the earth. The goddess of the temple is not represented in a triangular ‘Vishwa Yantra’ inscribed with the syllable ‘Shree’ in the middle and with figures.
In Amba Bhavani Temple, for the duration of the sacred month of Bhadrapad, devotees trek 100 of miles on bare feet to accomplish the temple of 'Bhadrapad Poonam'. In the environs are the recognized Jain Temples of Gabbar and Kumbharia, that bears the footprints of the divinity.