at a distance of 102 kms from Ahmedabad on the bank of the river
Pushpavati, the Modhera sun temple was constructed in the year 1026 AD.
It was established by the King Bhimdev of the Solanki dynasty in the
dedication of Lord Surya. It is one of the finest architectures of the
eleventh century. One of the best features of the temple consists of the
carved torana arches. Read further to know more about the Sun temple at
Modhera in Gujarat
From the point of view of structural designing, the sun temple at
Modhera is truly the one of its kinds. The Modhera sun temple
encompasses three main chambers, namely Surya Kund, Sabha Mandap and
Guda Mandap. Surya Kund is basically a beautifully carved stepped tank
that was named after Sun God. Sabha mandap is the hall, where people
gather for discussions on religious topics. Guda Mandap is the sanctum
sanctorum, also known as the main temple.