AASHU wants all our long distance patients to enjoy your trip to our clinic along with completion of all your dental needs. We want our patients to enjoy the beauty of our state and the country so as to make their dental trip a fulfilling one. We hope to flourish the relation with our patients much more then a mere doc-patient relation.
AASHU understands your dilemma of visiting a new place in search of a new dentist. There would thousands of questions running through your mind like:
These are all the obvious questions that would be rising into your mind. But now forget all your worries; keep all your problems aside, WE ARE THERE TO HELP YOU
Right from your entry in our country or state we will arrange for all your facilities from the time you step out of your flight. We will arrange for:
Akshardham is a place of education, entertainment and enlightenment. As one of the wonders of world, it combines traditional stone architecture, ancient wisdom, and the best of modern technology to create the most powerful experience of Indian Culture ever to exist.
Dedicated to Lord Swaminarayan, and inspired by HDH Pramukh Swami Maharaj, Akshardham is a miracle worked by the sacrifice of thousands of volunteers.Hundreds of figures, dioramas, displays and audio-visual shows, unfold a stream of timeless experiences. They are visually mesmeric, scientifically stunning, and spiritually moving.
More than 2 million visitors visit annually. But remember, at Akshardham you are not a tourist nor a traveler. You're an explorer. An inventor. A sculptor. You'll discover the art of sculpting yourself from within.
By Road: Special buses and cars are provided by the tourism department, government authorities and private services. Distance by road from important locations: Ahmedabad - 25 km, Vadodara - 150 km.
By Rail: 2 km from Gandhinagar railway station. 31 km from Amdavad railway station
By Air: 23 km from national and international airports of Amdavad.
Timings: From Tuesday to Sunday (Closed every Monday). Mandir: Daily 9:30a.m. to 7:30p.m. Night Lighting : On Saturdays, Sundays. Exhibitions : Daily 10:00a.m. to 6:00p.m. Rides & Games : 12:00 noon to 8:00p.m. Restaurant : 10:00a.m. to 8:00p.m.
The highest point in Gujarat, Mt. Girnar has for centuries been one of the most important pilgrimage sites in the state and indeed in all of Western India, with 866 Hindu and Jain temples spread over the 5 summits. The base of the mountain, known as Girnar Taleti, is just 4 km east of the center of Junagadh. A hike up the mountain is best started early in the morning, with the mind of a pilgrim. Each step upward should itself encompass the entirety of the journey, rather than be seen as another effort towards one’s goal of reaching the top
Though people will offer to carry you up the stairs (for a hefty price), the real experience of Girnar is to be found in walking. Pilgrimage is not about arriving, but about traveling. Start early in the morning, carry plenty of water, and stop for rest often during the hot hours of the day, and your climb of Mt. Girnar will be fruitful.
By Road: Travels and State Transport buses are available every hour. It is 300 Kms from Ahmedabad.
By Rail: One can travel by rail to Junagadh from Ahmedaba.
Gir is the place that deserves time and involvement. Your chnaces of spottong wildlife in a few hours is small,especially in the middle of the day;to truly experience the wonders of the Gir forest, and hopefully see a wide variety of its diverse wildlife, three or four days is recommended, particularly with a knowledgeable guide. This will vastly improve the depth of your visit.Contact the park for information about hiring a guide(Phone no below.)
For shorter visits, the Gir interpretation Zone, at Devalia, 12 Km west of Sasan Gir, has some lions in captivity but this is not the same as visiting them inthe wild. After all, to see alion in captivity you can visit a local zoo; come to Gir to see them in the wild. Enttry fees for the interpretation Center(different from the park itself) are, for indians Rs.75/- Mon-Fri, Rs.95/- Sat.-Sun, Rs. 115/- on Holidays and for foreigners US $20.
By Road: Gir National park is 60 Kms from Junagadh, the most common base for making a visit, and 357 Kms from Ahmedabad.
By Rail: One can travel by rail to Junagadh from Ahmedabad and then take a 65Km road trip on bus or taxi to Sasan Gir.
Time: Open 7 pm - 11 am and 3 pm - 5:30 pm.
For more information, contact the Forest Department at Sassan Gir,Tel: +91 - 2877 - 285541.
Shree Somnath is first among the twelve Aadi Jyotirlings of India. It has a strategic location on the western coast of India. The temple is built at the shore of the Arabian ocean on the western corner of Indian subcontinent. This pilgrimage is one of the oldest and find its reference in the ancient texts like Skandpuran, Shreemad Bhagvat, Shivpuran etc.
The shore temple of Somnath is believed to have been built in 4 phases-in gold by Lord Soma, in silver by Ravi, in wood by lord Krishna and in stone by King Bhimadeva. The temple is consisting of Garbhgruh, Sabhamandap and Nrityamandap with a 150 feet high Shikhar. The Kalash at the top of the Shikhar weighs 10 tons and the Dhwajdand is 27 feet tall and 1 foot in circumference.
By Road: Somnath is 79 Km. from junagadh and 406 Km. from Ahmedabad. State transport buses and private luxury coaches connect various center of Gujarat to Somnath.
By Rail: Somnath is located 6 Km. from the nearest railway station at Veraval.
By Air: The nearest Airport is at Keshod,(47 Kms.) which is connected with Mumbai. it is also about 90 Km. from the Diu airport.
Kuth is largest district of gujarat, covering an area of 45,612 sq. km. Being in the arid area of the country, the climate of the kutch region is extreme: hot during summer and very cold during winter. From the city of bhuj various ecologically rich and wildlife conservation areas of the kutch can be visited such as indian Wild Ass and Desert Wild life Sanctuary, Narayan SarovarSanctuary, Kutch Bustard Sanctuary, Banni Grasslands Reserve and Chari-Dhand Wetland Conservation Reserve etc.
By Road: Ahmedabad to Bhuj 333 Km.
By Rail: Kutch Express - Mumbai - Ahmedabad - Gandhidham.
By Air: Mumbai-Bhuj (daily) 40 minutes fly.
Take a deep breath. Dissappear. You have entered nature's womb, at the spill of down,trek up to the Gandhi Shikhar as the river of light bathes the streams over undulating mountains and the drifting birds, into a magical dance of awakening.
In summer, walk carefree on the expanse of the Governer's hill and see the sun dip into the Saputara lake as the sky begins to shimmer with stars. As your bus chugs uphill, crisscrossing over the Ambika river you leave all the congestion of town and cities far below you and enter the spirit world of tribal people. Nestled in the Sahyadri range, at an altitude of about 1000m, this Dangi enclave derives its name from the Snake god revered by the tribals and translates as 'the abode of serpents',Saputara being the only hill station of Gujarat, it is minimally commercialized,still unspoiled.
In rains breathe in the rollinghills of Saputara,echoing green hues,lush with flowers,and watch the meditating rain drops sitting still on sloping leaves. Somes of the thickest forest civer in the state envelopes you.
By Road: The town of waghai is 51Km away. Ahmedabad: 409Km. Surat: 164 Km Mumbai 250 Km. Vadodara 309 Km. there are State Trasnspot bushes andprivate luxury coachces from Waghai and Ahmedabad. if you are coming by a private car than highwat might bequicker, and will offers a stunningly scene drive.
By Rail: Nearest Railway Station is Waghai, For thos coming from Gujarat via Surat or Ahmedabad or even from Mumbai, Bilimora is the more convenient rail head.
Stay: Gujarat Tourism, Sahyadri Cottages Chitrakoot Hill Resort. Phone: +91 2631 237221, 23723 Hotel Anando, Phone: +91 2631 37203.
This is the principal shrine of a goddess who has been worshiped since the pre-Vedic period. She is often reffered to as Arasuri Amba, named for the location of the temple in the Arasur hills, near the source of Saraswati river at the south-western end of the Aravali mountain range.
The ecstatic festival of Navratri is celebrated all over Gujarat in reverence of Ambaji, by dancing garba around the Holy Mother. On this nine nights the Nayak and Bhojok communities also perform bhavai theater
Ambaji temple is open all days of the week, 7:15 - 11:30 am, 12:00 - 4:15 pm, 6:30 - 9:00 pm.
There are six other temples in Ambaji:
Varahi Mata, Ambikeshwar Mahadev and Ganpati temples are in the chachar chowk, open square, surrounding the temple, while Khodiyar Mata, Ajaya Mata and Hanumanji temples are in village.
By Road: Direct bushes are available from many places, including Mount Abu, 45 Km. away, Palanpur, 65 Km. away, 179 Km. away Ahmedabad.
By Air: Nearest airport is Ahmedabad.
This derasar, considered to be one of the most sacred jain pilgrimages, is situated in Mahudi, Mehsana District, and spreads over an area of 2 square kilometers. In ancient time, the place was known as Madhumati. The idols and artistic remains recovered from the ground show that the history of this place is nearly 2000 years old, based on the inscriptions in Brahmi script.
Acharyadev Buddhi Sagarsurisvarji was inspired in dream to install the idol of Ghantakarna Mahavir Dev in 1923 A.D. This idol is cocnsidered to have miraculous powers. Thousands of jain devotees, as well as devotees from other backgrounds, come to recieve blessing from this idol.
By Road: Mahudi is 70 Km. from Ahmedabad.
Every religion has its focal points on the surface of earth. In the case of jainism, the holiest places lie not on the surface, but reaching up into the skies. Along with Mts.Abu, Girnar and Chandragiri, Shatrunjaya is one of the most sacred places for the faith. Climbing the stairs of Shetrunjaya is, for a pilgrim, the ascent to greater knowledge along the path to liberation.
By Road: Bhavnagar is 56 Km. and Ahmedabad, 215 Km. Private and S.T buses travel to Palitana.
By Rail: Trains avaailable to Bhavnagar, Ahmedabad and intermediate points.
The main temple at Dwarka, situated on Gomti creek, is known as jagat mandir (universal shrine) or trilok sundar(the most beautiful in all the three worlds). Originally believed to be built by Vajranabh, The great grandson of Lord Krishna, more than 2500 years ago, it is a glorious structure seeming to rise from the waters of the Arabian Sea.
Its exquisitely carved shikhar, reaching 43m high and the huge flag made from 52 yards of cloth, can be seen from as far away as 10 Km. The grandeur of the temple is enhanced by the flight of 56 steps leading to the rear side of the river Gomti.
By Road: Direct buses available from Ahmedabad.
By Rail: Dwarka is a station on the Ahmedabad-Okha railway line, to Jamnagar (137 Km), Ahmedabad (471 Km).
By Air: Nearest airport is Jamnagar (137 Km.) .
The temple of Shamlaji stands on the banks of reiver Meshwo meanders over its rocky bed in the valley immediately below, and the waters of a splendid natural lake, of great beauty sparkle amid the well-wooded hills.
By Road: 102 Km. from Ahmedabad Direct buses available to Udaipur Highway.
By Air: Nearest airport is Ahmedabad(102 Km)
Lots of people every year flying from USA, Europe an other parts of world to india for dental implant,dental surgery,and other dental treatment which is generally economical in indiaour hospital in Gujarat-India is the best with latest technology and experienced qualified dentist with strict sterilization process.
|Procedure||Rate in hospital
|Rate in U.K||Rate in U.S.A|
|Dental Implants||$700||$3500 to $4000||$3000 to $4000|
|Porcelin Crown||$200||$2500 to $3000||$2500 to $3000|
|Wisdom Tooth Removal||$100||$2000||$2000|
|Root Canal Treatment||$100||$1000 to $1500||$1000 to $1500|
|Dental Veneers||$100||$1000 to $1500||$1000 to $1500|
|All ceramic (metal free)crowns||$200||$5000 to $5500||$5000 to $6000|
|Tooth Whitening "Zoom" (single sitting)||$400||$2000 to $3000||$2000 to $3000|
|Deep Scaling||$50||$1500 to $2000||$1500 to $2000|
* All rates above mention subjected to variation.
* We accept payment in Indian Rupees, USD, Pound in cash/cheque.