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      Gujarat

      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

      Silvassa will be paradisaical for you if your idea of a vacation is to get away from the usual hustles and bustles, into the lap of several shades of refreshing greens. Read more

      The coastline of Gujarat extends as long as 1666KM, which is beautified by some of the most beautiful scenic beaches in the country. It offers a splendid opportunity to tourists who love visiting the seaside and enjoy the beautiful scenic beauty.

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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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      Gujarat, one of the must-visit places in India, is home to many historical places & lakes and offers a mesmerizing trip experience to every kind of traveler. If you are on a trip to India then you must explore the attractive state of this country which is Gujarat.

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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

      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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      Somnath is an important pilgrimage and tourist spots in Gujarat on account of being a Triveni Sangam i.e. the confluence of three holy rivers: Kapila, Hiran and Sarasvati. Soma, the Moon god, is believed to have lost his lustre due to a curse, and he bathed in the Sarasvati River to restore it.

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

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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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      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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      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

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      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

      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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      A burst of flavors, an array of colors, and a sweet tinge constitutes irresistible Gujarati dishes. Welcome to a part of India that not only is fond of food but cherishes it as a way of living. To think that Gujarati food is enjoyed worldwide is a testament to the fact how Gujarati cuisine has hit the right notes with people all around the world. It's only fitting that a culture which prides itself on being welcoming, eccentric, and full of life have at least a hint of sweetener in everything they consume.

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      Flaunting its vibrant heritage and oozing architectural brilliance at every nook and corner, Vadodara is one city in Gujarat which is bestowed with inspiring culture, and overwhelming history

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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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      Somnath is a significant pilgrimage centre and a major tourist spot in Gujarat on account of being a Triveni Sangam. Somnath serves as a major convergence of three holy rivers - Hiran, Kapila, and Sarasvati, that attracts a large chunk of Indians.

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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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      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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      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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      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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