Ambika Niketan Temple, Surat

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Ambika Niketan Temple, Surat - Address, Phone Number

Address: Parle Point, Athwalines, Dumas Road, Surat, Gujarat 395007

Phone: +91-2612226600

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 06:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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One of the most celebrated temples of Surat, the Ambika Niketan Temple is of prime importance when it comes to Surat attractions. Like many other spiritually important attractions of Surat, this temple too is located on the banks of the River Tapi. As the name suggests the temple is devoted to the Indian Goddess Ashtabhuja Ambika. It is also considered to be an important pilgrim spot of Surat. The festival of Navratri is celebrated on a very large scale at this temple. Along with the shrine of Goddess Ashtabhuja Ambika, there are shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva, Ram-Sita, and even Laxminarayan. 

How To reach Ambika Niketan Temple by Public Transport

  • Surat District Court Bus Station
  • New CourtBus Station

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  • Jai Mata Di ! One of the oldest and popular holy place situated on banks of river Tapi. Clean and peaceful temple. Having its own importance on major hindu festivals.

  • It's a nice place. Should visit atleast once. Full facilities are available even for lodging and fooding. And the system reflects the image of old india. And the good practices which are disappearing day by day.

  • Bolo Shree Ambe maat ki Jay. Very holy place

  • Feel good in temple, jai mata di

  • Jai Mataji. One of the best temples in Surat on the banks of Tapi river.

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