Ambaji is known as census town located in Banaskantha district of Gujarat. Ambaji is full of historical and mythological values as it hosts a myriad of cultural heritage sites. Aravali hill range bounds Ambaji which extends for more than 800 km in a northeastern direction across Indian states of Gujarat, Rajasthan, Haryana, and Delhi. Amnaji is an enshrined town where it attracts a huge number of devotees every year. It is one among the 51 shakti peethas in India, especially, the most sacred Ambaji Mata Temple. The temple is easily accessible from the major nearby cities such as Ahmedabad, Palanpur, Abu Road, and Mount Abu. Shree Visa Yantra is sanctified as the main god in the holy Ambaji temple while there is no presence of idols.
Ambaji temple is constructed in marble works. It contains only a divine text to be worshipped, built originally by Naga Brahmins. The white marble of the temple is further ornated with gold. The temple also offers a large space for conducting rituals or other religious ceremonies. The original abode of Ambaji Mata is placed on Gabbar hilltop in the town. Millions of devotees pay a visit to this temple every year mainly on Purnima days. Shri Amba is considered as a sacred shrine by the Shakta Shaktism faith of Hinduism.
The mythology of Daksha Yaga and Sati’s self-sacrifice contains a reference for the Shakti Peethas. It is generally supposed that Shakti Peethas would have been originated when the body parts of Sita Devi scattered around different regions. The whole Ambaji town is illuminated while the nation celebrates Diwali. The highly astonishing places near Ambaji town include Gabbar Hill, Kamakshi Mandir, Kailash Hill Sunset, Koteshwar, Kumbhariya, Mansarovar, and Gabbar Parikrama Path. Besides being a temple town, Ambaji is also comprised of a lot of educational institutions from primary to a higher level.