Navlakha Temple at Ghumli, Gujarat, India, is a 12th Century temple built by Jethwa rulers.

The Navlakha Temple built at a cost of Nine Lacs hence the name Navlakha. The temple is built in Maru-Gurjara architecture (or the Solanki style). have the three entwining tusks of elephants as its trademark and is considered to be high noon of Solanki style of architect.

Outside main temple there is a temple dedicated to Ganesha, called the Ganesh Dehra.

The Archaeological Survey of India, has taken up rehabilitation of temple and develop the place as site of tourist and historical importance.

Source; @lirbai_samaj_modhwada