Surendranagar is a district located in the Indian state of Gujarat. This city was ruled by the Jhala Rajputs and is also known as the twin city of Wadhwan. During the rule of Rajputs, many buildings, gates, and other structures were constructed in Surendranagar. Today, it is reckoned amid the most popular travel destinations in Gujarat.
With an elevation of 1,795 feet, Surendranagar unfolds across 10,400 sq. km. Its land, in a majority, is a rough terrain and is fed by the waters of the River Bhogaavo. It has a moderate climate. During the summers, the median mercury level ranges between 37°C-41°C. It falls down and rests between 10°C-14°C during the winter season. It receives an ample amount of rainfall during the monsoon.
There are different must-visit places located in Surendranagar. The remarkable destinations include the names like Rajrajeshwari Temple, Gangavo Kund, banks of Bhogaavo River, and the local astir markets.