About Temple
Maa Ashapura is the kul devi of the residents of Kutch. She is professed as the fulfiller of dreams & wishes. There are many communities that worship her as their kul devi besides the Kutchis.
The Gondal temple is about 60+ years old. The temple located at the entrance of the town is very scenic and one can actually find many picnickers during weekends. Adjoining the temple is also a dam which is yet another good location to visit.
The temple is generally a good point to seek blessings before one enters the Gondal town.
Temple Info
  • Info Maa Ashapura is the kul devi of the residents of Kutch. She is professed as the fulfiller of dreams & wishes.
  • Location Gondal
  • Temple open & close time 06:00 to 20:00
  • Aarti Time Morning:07:00 Evening19:00
  • Religion Affiliation:Hinduism Deity:Ashapura Mata
  • Architecture Creator:- Completed-
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Temple Info
  • Info Maa Ashapura is the kul devi of the residents of Kutch. She is professed as the fulfiller of dreams & wishes.
  • Location Gondal
  • Temple open & close time 06:00 to 20:00
  • Aarti Time Morning:07:00 Evening19:00
  • Religion Affiliation:Hinduism Deity:Ashapura Mata
  • Architecture Creator:- Completed-
Prasad Info
Temple - Ashapura

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Contents of Prasad
1. Sweet Prasad from Temple
2. Ranchhodrai cloth
3. Beads from Temple
4. Ranchhodrai's Photo
5. Prayer Book
6. Raksha Thread
7. Laxmi Coin
8. Gujarati Panchang
9. Welcome Card