The town of Udvada is famous for the Zoroastrian Atash Behram. The Behram is a place of worship of the Zoroastrians, which has made Udvada famous across the globe. This place of worship is one of the most sacred Zoroastrian fire temples in the country and probably the oldest fire- shrine with an endlessly burning fire within.
The Behram in Udvada is one among the nine Atash Behrams in the world of which eight are in India, and one is in Central Iran. The fire temple at Udvada was constructed in the year 1742 and is considered very sacred among all those who belong to the Zoroastrian community.