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      Gujarat

      Nestled on the banks of the incredible Sabarmati River, the lively city of Ahmedabad houses a few of the most notable holy places in India.

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      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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      Saputara, a popular hill station in the Dang district of Gujarat, is an year-round destination. It draws plenty of visitors over the weekend who come looking for pleasant weather,

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      Rooted deep in its history, Rajkot is a city with narrow streets and chaotic markets. Amidst all the chaos, this city of Gujarat has an old world charm which is reflected by the places in and around its boundaries.

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      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

      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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      Vadodara is the third largest city in Gujarat and it forms the important cultural and educational hub of western India. The place is renowned for its various Temples and unique art & architecture that has earned it the title of ‘Kala Nagri’ which means ‘Art city’.

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      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.

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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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      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

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      Kutch is surreal, scenic and astounding - with sprawling salt marshes, sparkling white deserts, historical cities, temples, caves, and luxuriant wildlife sanctuaries. Kutch has something to offer to every traveller. Moreover, the place has the best climate during winter and the month of December is the best time to explore this paradise on Earth.

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      Statue of Unity is a statue of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, built on the banks of River Narmada, overlooking Sardar Sarovar Dam in Gujarat. The height of Statue of Unity is 182 meters and currently, it’s the world’s largest statue.

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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 land of Asiatic Lions, Gujarat is situated at the western shoreline of India. The land of Gujarat offers an excellent plethora of ancient monuments, enchanting places, and captivating panoramas of the natural landscape.

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      Kutch, Saurashtra and several regions of Gujarat have been encountering a booming tourism industry. If you are thinking of visiting Gujarat, then you need to know about all the airports in Gujarat that will help you to connect with the place.

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      Situated on the plateaus of the Western Ghats and the Sahyadris in the Dang district, Saputara is a well-known hill stations in the state of Gujarat and is famous for tribal arts and crafts, heritage sites, picturesque locations, artifacts, green spaces, rivers, and valleys. Saputara is an absolute delight in summers because of the comfortable weather and the many activities that it allows you to indulge in.

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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

      There is an unspoken spiritual aura in Gujarat, a state where the iconic Hindu temples and coastal panoramas create a magical destination that is as diverse as the travelers who come here. Read more

      Gujarat is home to various kinds of places and experiences. May it be awe-inspiring tourist attractions, heart-touching activities, soul-soothing festivals or picturesque nature reserves, Gujarat has it all. If you are a nature lover and want to get closer to nature, then there are many wildlife sanctuaries in Gujarat for you.

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      If you have made up your mind to visit Diu, then you need to check out these villas in Diu which offer the best kind of accommodation to the guests year-round. Diu is an offbeat travel destination for Indians in the state of Maharashtra. It is a coastal town with a soothing tropical climate and old forts and the remains of Portuguese colonies.

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      20Gujarat 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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      Gujarat is famous for ancient sites, inheritance places and various places of pilgrimage. The traditionally rich Gujarat is a vivacious state in India, known for its beautiful attraction. You can visit some of the most famous temples in Gujarat that receive a heavy step of devotees as well as travelers.

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      The waterfalls near Vadodara are a seamless way to vacay besides the turmoil and clutter of the city and to unwind within lush greenery and tranquil atmosphere. Located a few hours away from the Vadodara city, people visit these dazzling waterfalls as weekend getaway trips or picnics.

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      The westernmost state of India, Gujarat, is home to some of the most interesting and unique places. From exploring the traces left behind from the Indus Valley civilization in Dholavira and Lothal to the spectacularly glaring white salt marshland of Rann of Kutch.

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      Life nowadays is becoming so hectic and mundane that every human being looks for a place to relax and unwind from time to time. Gujarat is one such state in India that has several destinations for a short weekend getaway.

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