Dakor is a popular temple-town located in the Indian state of Gujarat. It is well-known for housing the Hindu shrine dedicated to Lord Ranchhodraji, a form of Lord Krishna. The astounding temple was constructed in the 17th century. Dakor is flocked by the tourists as well as devotees throughout the year.
Thetown of Dakor is elevated 161 feet above the sea level. The major portion of land is a jagged plain. The climate of Dakor is classified as moderate in nature. It encounters scorching summers as the average mercury level scales between 35°C-39°C. The winters in Dakor are pleasant as the median temperature drops down and scales between 12°C-15°C.
The city of Dakor is known as a temple-town as it houses the revered Hindu shrine of Shri Ranchhodraji. It is a temple that is carved beautifully from inside. The sanctum of the temple holds the idol of the deity it is dedicated to. During the festivals of Holi & Janamashatami, Dakor Ranchhodraji Temple is bedecked beautifully with flowers.