The city of Gondal is located in the Indian state of Gujarat. This city was founded in the early 17th century & was ruled by the Jadeja clan. After the arrival of the British, Gondal witnessed massive infra-structural developments and today it stands among the popular tourist destinations in Gujarat.
Gondal is elevated at 433 feet above the sea level. The land of Gondal, in a majority, is a jagged terrain and is fed by the tributaries of the River Indus. The climate of Gondal is moderate in nature. It faces humid temperatures during the summers with an average temperature of 37°C. The winters are pleasant as the median temperature rests between 10°C-15°C. The monsoons in Gondal are usually accompanied by the thunderstorms & it receives an adequate amount of rainfall.
Gondal is the home to numerous historical monuments and temples that ensnare the visitors. The Naulakha Palace is a 17th century splendor that is the prime attraction in Gondal. Close to it, Huzoor Palace and Orchard Palace are located the catch the sight of the visitors. The other places of interest include the names like Swaminarayan Temple & Dasi Jeevan Temple.