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Siddhpur was known as Shristhal. It is mentioned in the Rig Veda as Dashu village. According to legend, sage Dadhichi offered his bones to Indra to make Vajra here. Siddhpur was believed to be situated at the confluence of the rivers Ganga and Saraswati. The Pandavas are also believed to have lived here in exile during the Mahabharata period. During the 6th-7th century, a large number of Gujjars from Iran settled in the area.
Around the 10th century, during the reign of the Solanki dynasty, the city’s fame peaked. Siddharraj Jayasinghe established his capital here, hence the name Siddhpur. He built a Shiva temple, beautiful palaces and a 40 meter high minaret. He called Brahmins from Mathura and settled them here. During the 16th century, Muhammad Ghori destroyed the city during his invasion of Somnath. About 50,000 people were killed and the Solanki Empire was destroyed.
During the Gujarat Sultanate, the city was under the rule of the rulers of Palanpur kingdom. It came under the Mughal dynasty by Akbar during the 16th century. During this time the city was redeveloped.
Asait Thacker, the creator of Bhavai, was born here in the 19th century.
Situated on the banks of the river Saraswati,
Siddhpur is surrounded by self-contained Shiva temples. Champakeshwar Mahadev is located at the north east end,
Arvadeshwar Mahadev, Brahmandeshwar Mahadev, Walkeshwar Mahadev at the east and Vateshwar Mahadev at the west. Muktidham,
Bindu Sarovar, Rudramal and Arudeshwar are important places of interest in Siddhpur.
Is. In 2017, a Shristhal Museum has been constructed near Bindu Sarovar showing an overview of the culture of Siddhpur region.