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      Gujarat

      Dwarka is a wonderful city located in Gujarat. This city is known for its religious as well as its mythological importance. This is where Lord Krishna lived thousands of years ago and thus, he named the place ‘Dwarkadhish’. Dwarka is also one of the ‘Sapta puris’ or you can say the ‘seven holy sites of Hinduism’.

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      Daman is well known for its radiant seashores, amazingly created architectural design of Portuguese clubbed people, lovely worship places and stunning common excellence center. It is well settled on the bank of the Middle Eastern Ocean, Daman flaunts serene iconic scenes, clear blue ocean, and sun-kissed seashores that can lock your soul in the ambiance.

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      Gir Forest National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the favorite places of wildlife enthusiasts in India. This National Park is also famous by the name of Sasan-Gir. This is the only place where you can find the pure Asiatic Lions that have made this place really famous among the locals.

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      Dwarka, also known to be the city of Lord Krishna, has a lot of spiritual significance. This city happens to be one of the seven oldest religious sites. Especially during the time of Janamashtami, this place is over crowded with devotees as Janamashtami is the birthday of Lord Krishna.

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      Gujarat is one of the finest, magnificent and very beautiful India’s westernmost state. It owns an endless number of varied terrain and some decently fascinating sacred sites. It is known to be a hub of the Textiles industry and it is a home to Sabarmati Ashram where the Spiritual leader Mahatma Gandhi had his base.

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      The westernmost state in India, Gujarat is an idyllic holiday spot with many destinations that are worth a visit. Gujarat is the land of the Father of India, Mahatma Gandhi and to date, the place upholds the values and morals preached by him. Gujarat smells of culture and traditions along with a fervor amongst the people that remains unmatched! The place is full of historical architectural monuments, amazing Gujarati food, rich flora and fauna, and breathtaking sights that promise fun and adventure. And let’s not forget Navaratri which is celebrated most pompously in Gujarat when thousands of people take to the streets and do the traditional dance of Gujarat, dandiya! Albeit the weather is great all year round, it is spellbinding to witness the air of Gujarat during summers; particularly in May!

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      Kutch is one of the most beautiful places located in Gujarat and well known as the land of dessert. Witnessing the white salt desert in the Rann of Kutch is the most amazing thing here. You can only see the white stretches of white land as far as you can see.

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      Are you a travel buff? Are you in constant search of exploring new places? Or are you just an ordinary person looking for a vacation with family and friends? No matter which of the following categories you belong to, Gujarat satisfies all of those requirements.

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      Vadodara, Gujarat's cultural capital, is a blend of many eras and represents the state's diversity. However, there are also many places near Vadodara that offer an unforgettable experience. We have compiled an inventory of spots to visit close to Vadodara, that are an ideal combination of hill stations, places of historical significance and sanctuaries.

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      Anyone who lived in Vadodara can vouch for the heat the city can face in the summer months. The weather can go to extremes, and can put your mood for a holiday. It is at a time like this that one must pick a hill station near Vadodara and make the most of those boring weekends.

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      Gujarat is considered as the ‘Jewel of the West’. The culture and food weave together into a beautiful tapestry. Rajasthan, Daman and Diu, Madhya Pradesh and the Arabian Sea share borders with Gujarat.

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      Gujarat is one of the most incredible places to live in India. The place is known for its memorable trips and is one of the largest states in India. People across the globe come here to see the scenic beauty and historical monuments.

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      Somnath is a famous pilgrimage cum tourist spots in the Western Indian state of Gujarat on account of being a Triveni Sangam i.e. the convergence of the three holy rivers – Kapila, Hiran, and Sarasvati.

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      Ahmedabad is a happening city in the western-most state of Gujarat in India. It is also the largest city of the state, and serves as the administrative seat of the state.

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      Are you looking for churches in Ahmedabad where you can sit in peace and connect with God and appreciate the architectural beauty? Then you don’t need to worry, as there are lots of churches present in the city where you can peacefully cherish its beauty and also spiritually connect with the Lord.

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      Gujarat is the fifth largest state in India. It has a rich heritage and has produced greats like Mahatma Gandhi and Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. This is a state that is known for the Asiatic lion and the great Rann of Kutch. The culture of this state is also varied and diverse.

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      Rajkot lies in the centre of the Saurashtra region in the state of Gujarat in India. It is the 4th largest city in the state with a population of over twenty lakh people. The city is located on the banks of two rivers, the Nyari and the Aji rivers. This is one of the cleanest cities in India and financially very stable.

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      A lot of things come to mind when we think of Gujarat. Vibrant temples, exotic destinations, tasty cuisine, and colorful village life. But adventure sports do they even resonate with the name? A lot of you might feel otherwise, but the land of great heritage has a lot of offerings for the adventure junkies, apart from cruising around the mainland.

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      Visiting a new place is all about sightseeing spots, food, culture and obviously, the shopping destinations. Saputara in Gujarat is one such destination that fulfills all your vacationing needs. But, given that this place is quite an underrated spot, not many people are aware of the shopping destinations around.

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      The historical town of Somnath is known for providing a magical experience to all kinds of tourists. Interestingly, the city that calls for many pilgrims each year, has a lot more sites than just temples. The Shree Somnath Jyotirlinga Temple is one of the major attractions in the town. The clean waters of Somnath beach add to the natural beauty of the town. Being well located between many places of interest, you can find a huge number of hotels near Somnath to choose from.

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      As Ralph Waldo Emerson puts it,“Do not follow where the path may lead". Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” and we couldn’t agree more! The joy of experiencing the view while riding is something unique.

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      One of the largest states in India, Gujarat is a popular tourist destination for people from all over the world. The enchanting scenic beauty, historical monuments, remnants of ancient civilizations, and picturesque beaches cast a spell that is hard to break.

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      Over 2000 years old, the city of Vadodara was previously considered to be Baroda. The city is home to some of the timeless architectural masterpieces. It is the third-largest metropolitan region to exist in the westernmost Indian state of Gujarat.

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      Vadodara is all about grandeur palaces and legendary monuments that have enticed several tourists to this destination. Moreover, Vadodara is full of cultural spots and temples which is why it is a hub of believers and religious people.

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      Known as the ‘Green land of Gujarat’, Gandhinagar is the capital city of the state and located at a distance of 23 kms from Ahmedabad. Resting by the western banks of Sabarmati river, Gandhinagar is one among the well-planned cities which is also a home to one of the famous temples in India. Read more