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named after the famous polymath Acharya Hemachandra. The remains of Old City of Patan are a very small portion of Old Fort near Kalka on the outskirts of the New City is of historical and archeological importance.


Bagwada, Chhidiya, Mira, Aghara, Kothakooe, Phatipaal (Fatipal), Ghoonghdi, Kanasda (also known as Kalika), Khansarovar, Motishah, Bhathi, Lal, 12th is door and 1 window (in middle of city is called Ganesh Bari).

There are many places of significance on religious, historical or architerctural grounds.

The old fort of the Hindu kingdom is nearly vanquished and only a wall can be seen on the way from Kalka to Rani ki vav.

In 1411, Sultan Ahmed Shah moved the capital to Ahmedabad.

These include Old Kalka Mandir, Panchmukhi Hanuman, Jasma Odan ni Deri, Old Mahalaxmi Mandir, Sindhavai Mata nu Mandir, Hingaraj Mandir, Gayatri Mandir, Jalaram Mandir, Saibaba Mandir, Bahuchar Mata nu Mandir, Jagganath Mandir, Padmanabh Mandir, Ambaji Mandir, Panchasar Derasar, Sheikh Farid no Rojo, Veer Megh Maya nu Mandir, Jwalamukhi Mata nu Mandir, Ramji Mandir.

City bus service is run by municipality connecting nearby village. Patan Railway Station is 108 km from Ahmedabad Railway Station.

The sculpture of Rani ki vav depicting Lord Vishnu's avatars, Hindu Goddesses, Jain idols and their ancestors. Auction of agricultural product done here between farmers and buyers through commission agent is called APMC (Agriculture Product Market Committee) Patan has a Vegetable Market on Chanasma Highway. Salvivad, a place where patolas are woven along with places where traditional clay toys are made are worth visiting.

Most of the sculpture is in devotion to Vishnu, in the forms of his avatars (Krishna, Rama and others), representing their return to the world. G experimental higher secondary school and Junior College is the oldest. The patola sari is one of the finest hand-woven sarees produced today. It is famous for extremely delicate patterns woven with great precision and clarity. Many annual religious fairs act as tourist destination.

A reference to Udaymati building the monument is in the 'Prabandha Chintamani' composed by Merutunga Suri in 1304 AD.

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