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      Gujarat

      When mustached men take to the dhol, and ghagra-clad women dance to garba tunes like no one’s watching, that’s when you know it’s the festive season in Gujarat. Celebration of most famous festivals in Gujarat will make you groove while Read more

      Often passed for being a historical place and a pilgrimage site, travelers often missed out on the romantic side of Ahmedabad which is what we’ve tried to uncover in this blog. Read more

      Be one with nature at Gir National Park, the royal kingdom of Asiatic lions and essentially the only place on earth where these majestic beasts roam free. Gir is the most celebrated wildlife sanctuary in India and a magnificent abode for all nature lovers and wildlife photographers. Read more

      The best way to beat the heat in summer is either by going on a beach vacation or chilling indoors. While the former might cost you a lot, the latter can get quite boring. But fret not, because there’s another way to escape the sun and that is visiting Read more

      Being the largest and the famous city in Gujarat, Ahmedabad has quite a lot in store to surprise anyone who tours around. Read more

      The International Kite Festival in Gujarat is one of the most vibrant and multi-coloured festivals celebrated every year in January since 1989. Popularly known as Uttarayan or Makar Sankranti, this fiesta of kites celebrates the retreat of the winter season. Read more

      Are the pretty tourist attractions and fancy restaurants of Gujarat too mainstream for you? Are you looking for an extreme form of adventure to set your heart racing? Well, then these haunted places in Gujarat ought to be on your list Read more

      Traveling to a hilly town nestled amidst forest canopies and mountains, and environed with breezy winds is the best way to break free and unwind. And if you’re living in a city like Ahmedabad Read more

      Tourist attractions might be scanty here, but there are abundance of options for shopping in Rajkot. The small city in Gujarat is infamous for heavy traffic and small spaces, but the industrially developed town has managed to get on World Map because of a motley of items it is famous for. Read more

      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

      You now have a new reason to visit Gujarat for the construction of the world's tallest statue in India, 'State of Unity', is finally completed. The 182 m tall Neoclassical colossal, which is a tribute to the freedom fighter Sardar Vallabhai Patel, is all set to be inaugurated today on the occasion of his 143rd birth anniversary. Read more

      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. Read more

      It’s not your typical tourist destination but there are a surprising number of things to do in Rajkot that make a visit more than worthwhile. Sprawling and bustling with life, Gujarat’s fourth largest city entices with great food, vibrant fairs, picturesque locales and markets that seem to sell everything from A to Z. 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. Read more

      Built on the bank of Vishwamitri River, Vadodara is not only the cultural capital of Gujarat but also an important industrial and educational centre in Western India. Even the best hotels in Vadodara fit well into your budget, making this vibrant city a great choice for a vacation that doesn’t burn a hole in your pocket. Read more

      Shaggy brown mane, golden paws, and a mighty roar, this describes the great Asiatic Lion; and if you're an enthusiast, Woods at Sasan, located on the fringes of Gir National Park is going to be your wonderland. Read more

      Founded in the 16th century by the Jadeja Rajputs, Rajkot is the former capital of the princely state of Saurashtra that is set on the Aji River and sprawls with regal architecture. Read more

      Primeval temples, magnificent hills, and a deep sense of tranquility make the desert city of Bhuj, one of the favorite tourist destinations in India. Associated with the ancient history of kings and empires, Read more