Shree Somnath is first among the twelve Aadi Jyotirlings of India. It has a strategic location on the Prabhas Patan near Veraval in Saurashtra on the western coast of Gujarat, India. This Tirthdham is lasting source of inspiration for numerous Hindu Disciples. It is also believed that this is the sacred soil where Krishna ended his Lila on earth and then left for his heavenly abode.

According to legends, Soma, the Moon god, is said to have lost his luster due to a curse given by father-in-law Daksha Prajapati, so he settled to worship Lord Shiva unendingly with great devotion. Pleased with his devoutness, Lord Shiva relieved him from the curse of darkness.

The very presence of Lord can be learnt by the fact that this temple defies all the desecration it has witnessed in the past by many invaders. It is the symbol of reconstructive spirit and divine faith. Come and revere the godly magic of Somnath Temple with the divine wave sounds of the ocean in the environment.

Shree Somnath is first among the twelve Aadi Jyotirlings of India. It has a strategic location on the Prabhas Patan near Veraval in Saurashtra on the western coast of Gujarat, India. This Tirthdham is lasting source of inspiration for numerous Hindu Disciples. It is also believed that this is the sacred soil where Krishna ended his Lila on earth and then left for his heavenly abode.

According to legends, Soma, the Moon god, is said to have lost his luster due to a curse given by father-in-law Daksha Prajapati, so he settled to worship Lord Shiva unendingly with great devotion. Pleased with his devoutness, Lord Shiva relieved him from the curse of darkness.

The very presence of Lord can be learnt by the fact that this temple defies all the desecration it has witnessed in the past by many invaders. It is the symbol of reconstructive spirit and divine faith. Come and revere the godly magic of Somnath Temple with the divine wave sounds of the ocean in the environment.