A wonderful city to visit in the affluent state of Gujarat, Surendranagar is the administrative headquarters of Surendranagar district. It is located on the banks of Bhogavo River and is a doorway to Saurashtra and Zalawad. It has the second highest growth rate in the state.
Surendranagar travel guide is full of references to its religious places and scenic beauty. Ancient Temple of Sati Ranik Devi, Trineteshwar Temple, Zharia Mahadev, Tarnetar Town, Wadhwan and Chotila Hill are the key attractions of the city. Being a major trade and processing center for agricultural products, cotton, ceramics, salt, pharmaceuticals, chemicals and plastics, it is also known as Wadhwan city.
It is said that almost 25% of India's salt supply comes from mining in this region. "Agar" (Salt pans) mines are situated in Kharaghoda area.