Pavagadh is an alluring hill station located in the Indian state of Gujarat. This hill-town was established by a Rajput king Vanraj Chavda but was annexed by a Muslim ruler Mahmud Begada. He became the supreme ruler and reigned over the place for a longer period of time. Today, Pavagadh is a famous hill station and is frequented by the visitors on a large scale.
Pavagadh is elevated at an altitude of 500 meters above the sea level. It is beckoned by the Pavagadh hill that has an enormous height of 822 meters. A major portion of its land is a lofty terrain. Such geography describes its climate as subtropical cool. The region of Pavagadh encounters mild temperatures amid the year. The median temperatures scale between 12°C-26°C. During the monsoons, the mercury levels slip below 6°C and make the weather cold.
Pavagadh is dotted with a large number of tourist destinations. The popular places of interest are Dhaba Dungri, Kalikamata Shaktipeeth, Pavagadh Jain Temple, Virasat Van etc. that are visited by the tourists frequently.