Rudramal at Siddhapur is also known as Rudramahalaya was perhaps one of the earliest and largest Calukyan temples. It was first built by Mularaja in the 10th century, but perhaps reconstructed, according to a tradition by Siddharaja Jayasimha in the 12th century. It was a magnificent multi-storied Siva temple with 11 subsidiary shrines, dedicated to the EkadasaRudras. The mutilated fragments of this grand edifice reveal a few subsidiary shrines, a torana, two porches and four pillars of the kapili of the main temple, well carved colossal columns, massive architraves, and torana-arches. Rudra-mala was one of the largest and most sumptuously decorated religious monuments in India dating from the middle of the 12th century.
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The nearest airport from Sidhpur is Ahmedabad, situated at a distance of 115 km from the city. A number of flights fly to and from here, connecting the city with the various parts of Gujarat as well as the country.
Sidhpur lies on the Western Railway network of the Indian railways. The city is well connected with the rest of the country via a number of trains. There are many express and local trains that operate daily and are perfect for traveling from Ahmedabad to Patan.
Sidhpur is linked to the rest of the country through a good road network. There is even a good network of National and State Highways connecting the city. The State Transport Corporation runs buses link Sidhpur to all the major cities and towns of Gujarat and other states of the country.