Siddhpur or Sidhpur is a city and a municipality in Patan district in the Indian state of Gujarat. Siddhpur is an historical place, located in North Gujarat, India. It is located on the bank of Sarasvati River, considered to be the branch of lost Saraswati river. Siddhpur is the taluka headquarters of Siddhpur taluka.
Bindu-sarowar: It is a small artificial tank, even mentioned in rig-veda and considered pious by Hindus. Matrushradh, Mother Mauksha /Tarpan on Sarswati river (Rig-Ved)an ancient Hindu culture. one of the famous place to visit in the siddhpur.
Lord Kapil had founded Sankhya sastra, and Mother Devhuti got Moksha, Explained the Sankhya Darsan by his son (Kapila) on the Saraswati bank: Since the Mauksha of Devhuti established this place Bidu sarovar in Siddhpur an only place in India where Matru-shradh is being carried out, thus thousands of people come here annually to perform the rituals for their dead mothers.Siddhpur.his are the magnificent and beautiful havelies or medieval homes of Bohra traders.They are famous for their delicate wooden architecture and interior decoration of medieval style of India.
Arvadeswar temple of Lord Shiv at Siddhpur is a very ancient place of Nath sampraday in this place Late Devshankarbapa Bhatt who had worshiped 50 years and Died in 1978.
The Siddhpith is established by Devshankarbapa. Where vedic activities, archana of Lord shiv like Laghurudra, Maharudra, Atirudra . Daily Agnihotra and Gaytrima chants is being carried out by Brahmin Priest Shri Vikrambhai Pancholi at present.
Sidhpur has two protected monument under Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) namely: Ruins of Rudra Mahalaya temple and the Jami Masjid. The city is also known for his havelis in hacienda architecture largely belonging to Dawoodi Bohra community and spread over 18 mohallas or neighbourhoods.It has the 4-lane state highway passing through it connecting Ahmedabad with Palanpur.The broad gauge railway line connecting Mumbai to Delhi passes through Siddhpur.