About The Place: Constructed in the early 20th century, the Sudama temple stands in the middle of the bustling market area of Porbandar. The light pink temple stands amidst a copse of trees, which offer shade to the visitors. The temple has been built to commemorate the friendship between Lord Krishna and his trusted friend, Sudama. The temple is simple but adorned with marble pillars and an intricately sculpted shikhara. It also has a small stepwell in the complex.
Brief History: The Sudama temple was built between 1902 to 1907. It also has another monument in the green complex, which has been constructed in the memory of Shri Ram Devji Jethwa, the ruler of Jethwa Dynasty. The Jethwa dynasty ruled this region between the 8th and 20th century.
Best time to visit: The best time to visit is between November and February.
By Road The city also has a ample state and private bus services from major connections in the state.
By Train The city has a railway station from major connections in the state.
By Air Porbandar has a domestic airport which has reasonable connectivity to cities in India.