Sahastraling talav (Lake) in patan – gujarat was built by the Siddhraj jaisinh 1093 – 1143 AD, the Chalukyan Prince of Gujarat in Patan. Siddhraj jaisinh constructed manifold artifical tanks in the different parts of Gujarat. This tank is located on the north – western part of the historical city of Patan. Currently, the Sahastraling Talav is dry.
The total area of the ‘talav’ (Lake) is about 17 hectares, At its fullest, the lake would have contained about 4,206,500 cubic metres of water. It is believed that there are more than a thousand shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva was especially Lingum However, today only a few of the beautiful thousand churches, which have been carved out from the river Sarashwati rock beds.
Sahastraling talav is believed that there are more than a thousand shrine dedicated to Lord Shiva wasespecially Lingum However, today only a few of the beautiful thousand churches, which have been carved out from the river Sarashwati rock beds.
The pentagonal shape and the shape of the lake are marked by a series of mounds and antique ruinsseen only by the tank can imagine the grandeur of ancient tank. The best time to visite sahastraling talav (Lake) is between september and janueary.
Whereas you make a visit to patan city, a visit to the this place is a must.
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