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How to Reach Koteshwar Temple in Kutch

A pilgrimage to the Koteshwar Temple will enable the devout to see one of the syambhu Linga, set atop the hillock surrounded by the sea
Koteshwar Temple In Kutch

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How to Reach Koteshwar Temple in Kutch

Koteshwar is about 154 kilometres from Bhuj and is literally the land’s end. The road ends at the Koteshwar temple which is on the shore of the Kori Creek. There are regular buses which ply from Bhuj to Koteshwar and the neighbouring Narayan Sarovar.

The buses are at a regular interval and hence you can spend as much time in this beautiful religious hamlet.

If you do not want to depend on a bus, hire a taxi which will take you at you leisure and enable you to explore the region without any hindrances.

The nearest air and train connectivity is through the Bhuj Airport and Bhuj train and bus station.

Koteshwar is surrounded by some of the most pristine non-commercial beaches. The clear blue water and the white beaches are a lovely place to unwind and relax.

After you worship at the temple and partake of the evening aarti, head down to the beach. You can catch the sunset and the night sky light up with the stars.

The neighbouring Narayan sarovar is just a few kilometres away. Visit the lake and worship in the temple complex at the shrines dedicated to Lord Vishnu. The Maharani of Kutch had developed the place to rival the holy cities of the north.

There is abundant wildlife to see in the areas surrounding the Narayan Sarovar. Take your time to check it out and enjoy the cool shades of the ancient trees.


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