Mehsana is a city and a district located in the Indian state of Gujarat. This alluring city was established by Mehsaji Chavda, a Rajput business tycoon in the early 14th century. He reconstructed a major part of the city in the Rajput style of architecture and also built a temple devoted to Chamunda Devi. At present, Mehsana is flocked by the tourists on a large scale.
With an elevation of 260 feet above the sea level, the land of Mehsana covers an area of 10 hectares. It is surrounded by Banaskantha in North, Ahmedabad in South, Patan in West, and Sabar Kantha in East. It has a subtropical climate. The city faces scorching summers with an average temperature of 36°C and pleasant winters with an average temperature of 13°C. It receives an ample amount of rainfall during the monsoon season with an average of 2700 mm.
Mehsana is a home to some spectacular tourist sites. The places like Simandhar Swami Jain Temple, the intricate ancient Hindu shrines like Hinglaj Mata Temple, Somnath Mahadeva Mandir, Ayyappa Temple etc., and the local shopping malls that should be visited.