Tulsi Shyam Springs

Tulsishyam is located on the border of Amareli, Junagadh district and Gir Somnath district, in the Gir National Park in Gujarat state of India. It reachable by road 45 km from Dhari in Amreli district and 35 km from Una in Gir Somnath district..

Gravity hill

Tulsishyam Anti Gravity Hill is a gravity hill where vehicles seems to defy the gravity and roll uphill.[1] It is 400 meters north of Tulsi Shyam Temple on State Highway SH104 (also called SH33), 75 km southwest of Amreli city, 110 km southeast of Junagadh, 166 km south of Rajkot, 170 km southwest of Bhavnagar, 300 km southeast of Dwarka, and 310 km southeast of Ahmedabad.

Vishnu Shyam temple

There is an ancient temple of Lord Vishnu-Lord Shyam. Legend says that Lord Krishna eliminated the demon called Tul and so the place is associated with his name along with that of Krishna as Shyam and is thus called Tulsishyam. The idol of Lord Tulsishyam is said to be 3000 years old. It is made up of black stone. There is a hot sulphur spring near the temple that is believed to have curative powers

How to get there

By Road: Private and state bus services are available from different junctions in the state.

By Rail: The town has a railway station that is connected to major cities in Gujarat.

By Air: The closest airports to Junagadh are Keshod (40 km) Porbandar (104 km) and Rajkot (105.3 km).

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