Situated on the banks of Gomati Lake, Ranchhodrai Temple is in Dakor, Kheda district. In the midst of a fort wall, the temple is made of eight domes of which the central dome is 27 m high. The Ranchhodrai temple also happens to be the tallest one in the district, adorned with a golden Kalash and a white silk flag.
The hall of the temple has put on display a variety of paintings portraying different incidents of Lord Krishna's life. The idol in the sanctum is extremely attractive, made of black touchstone and lavishly adorned with gold and silver ornaments and vibrant clothes.
The lord's richly etched wooden throne was gifted by the Gaekwad of Baroda. Ranchhodrai Temple was constructed by Gopal Jagannath Ambekar in the year 1772 AD. It remains open for public between 6 am and 12 pm and from 4 pm to 7 pm.