Rudramahalaya Shiva temple of Siddhpur, Patan District, Gujarat was converted to a Mosque like many others Hindu temples turned as Mosques throughout India.
Agniveer Research Team | Patan | Nov 22, 2016:: Rudramahalaya, a spectacular and ancient 12th-century temple dedicated to Lord Shiva is located at Siddhpur, Patan District Gujarat. The lavish temple had grandiose architecture, intricate carvings and dedicated to Lord Rudra, a ferocious form of Shiva. It was built between (1094-1143) by King Jayasimha Siddharaja of the Solanki Dynasty.
The quaint town of Siddhpur was named after the glorious king Jayasimha Siddharaja, who built this magnificent Shiva temple. During the rule of the Solanki dynasty, the people of Sidhpur enjoyed ample amounts of wealth and prosperity, especially during the time of Jayasimha Siddharaja.
The principal temple of Siddhpur was built with a huge availability of resources and comprised of 1600 pillars, 18000 idols, 17000 flags and delicately carved…
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