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      Kutch

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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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      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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      Kutch is a heavenly and mesmerising destination in Gujarat, best known for hosting the Rann Festival from November to February. As the largest district of India, Kutch boasts of fantastic landscapes, mind blowing cultural traits, and awe-inspiring history.

      Let’s explore this haven of fantastic destinations today and glance at the most alluring places to visit in Kutch.

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      Inspired by the TV commercial of Gujarat Tourism, Swathi Reddy always wanted to relish the charm of the beautiful Rann Utsav ever since Amitabh Bachchan uttered the magical words - ‘Kutch Nahi Dekha Toh Kuch Nahi Dekha’. Read more