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      Gujarat

      The city of Krishna, a land of ancient temples and beautiful beaches, Dwarka will charm you with all that it has to offer. Considered one of the four sacred cities (char dham) in Hindu mythology, Dwarka is steeped in spirituality and history. Its historical significance is highlighted by the fact that it has been chosen as one of the 12 cities of cultural significance to be developed by ASI under it heritage development scheme. Read more

      The sprawling, bustling city of Rajkot in Gujrat’s Saurashtra region is not the first destination that comes to mind when you thinking of a holiday here. But, there are good number of places to visit in Rajkot that introduce you to its history and let you explore its natural allure.

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      Much famed for its majestic kingdoms, rich traditions, and magnificent past, Vadodara is not just an ideal getaway for a memorable weekend but also a famous city that oozes architectural brilliance.

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      In terms of development, Surat tops the list, but when it comes to the history, culture, and traditions, Surat still has its name at the top of the list. Awarded with many epithets like “The Textile City of India,” “Embroidery Capital of India,” and “The Sun City,” Surat has a lot to give to its tourists. The city is a treat to the architectural lovers and it has retained its medieval charm despite being a land of several battles.

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      Daman is a union territory and an erstwhile Portugal colony in west India. It boasts scenic sea beaches, colonial heritage places and the best place to spend nightlife in India. It is also a honeymooners' paradise. Apart from the cultural tour, one must not miss shopping in Daman.

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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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      Mandvi is a town in the Kutch locale in the Indian territory of Gujarat. While Mandvi Beach is already a famous spot in the town, there are a few more places to visit in Mandvi that deserve tourists’ attention. Historically, Mandvi used to be a significant part of the Kutch region as it was under Maharao ruler of Cutch State.

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      An island that resembles the shape of a tortoise, it is a district in Gujarat and the largest district of India. It is the land of culture, color, and amazing topography. Yes, we are talking about Kutch! The literal meaning of Kutch is wet and dry but in Sanskrit it means Tortoise. A major part of Kutch, Great Rann of Kutch deluges in the water at the time of monsoon season and gets dry at the time of winters. Kutch is gifted with great art and architecture from Indus Valley Civilization to the Rao Dynasty. But this is not all! There are some amazing resorts near Kutch which add the tourism angle to the place.

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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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      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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      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 popular for its culture, history and art and rightly so. However, it’s the cities and towns that make a state special and so is the case with Gujarat. Junagadh is one of those places in India, where you can get to see, historical monuments, temples, beaches, hills, and whatnot and Gujarat is home to it.

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      Known for exhibiting a fantastic blend of heritage, culture, and tradition, the beautiful state of Gujarat never fails to surprise tourists with its ineluctable charm. Read more

      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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      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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      Nestled amidst the frothy blue waters of the Arabian Sea, the city of Diu used to be a crucial place on the ancient trade route. Offering a number of beaches, monuments and memorials to explore, you will find plenty of places to visit in Diu.

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      The Gujarat state is a region full of culture and art whose cities are as vibrant and colourful as its history. While Bhuj is usually a pitstop for most of the travelers who wish to visit the Rann of Kutch, there are many reasons as to why you should take out a few extra days for exploring this unique city.

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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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      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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      Gujarat is known for its rich culture, remarkable architecture, and the finest textiles in the country. Being the westernmost state in the country, Gujarat attracts thousands of visitors every year because of its unique wildlife as well. Read more

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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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      Somnath is located on the western coast of Gujarat and is a place that is abode to several tourist attractions like the Panch Pandav Gufa, the Bhalka Tirth, and the Prabhas Patan Museum. There are many temples which have historical lineages right from the ancient times like the Laxminarayan temple, the Triveni Sangam temple, the Suraj Mandir and the Parshuram temple.

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      Rajkot is a famous city of Gujarat where every year several tourists visit to adore the beauty of Rajasthan. Those who want to explore Rajasthani culture for them Rajkot is a perfect place to begin their journey. There are many places to visit in Rajkot like Watson Museum, Gandhi museum, Aji Dam, Jubilee Garden, etc.

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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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