Ambaji, a famous pilgrimage place of Gujarat in India is situated on the bank of the origin of the famous Vedic virgin river SARASWATI under the hills of Arasur Parvat in Ambica forest , towards south-west side to old mountain range of Arvalli.
Ambaji is surrounded by several site seeing places. The Holy Hill of Gabbar is just 1(one) km away from Ambaji and Kumbharia Jain Temples.
The wonderful piece of architecture is also 1(one) km away from Ambaji Temple, whereas Koteshwar Temple of Lord Shiva is 4 four km away, in the forest area.
Man Sarovar, ancient Shilalekha, Kamakshi Mandir, Kailash Hill Sunset Point, Someshwar Mandir, Chamunda Math, Rinchhadiya temple and Dam Site and Van Chetana Kendra are also near Ambaji.
As per a survey, nearly 7 to 8 million people come here every year to visit Ambaji and its see-worthy surroundings for pilgrimage as well as for picnic and other purposes.
During the Bhadrapad Punam, Chaitra Punam, Posh Sud Punam and Navrati, Ambaji experiences a very large and dense rush of the people, pilgrims, padyatrisangh and visitors every year.