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Places To Visit In Gujarat

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Tourism In Gujarat

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Places To Visit In Gujarat

Gujarat is one of the most beautiful states of India, famed as the land of legends and the land of surreal landscapes. On one side you have the amazing lunar surface like beauty of the Rann of Kutch, whereas on the other hand the lush greenery of the Gir National Park is a treat to the senses. On one hand the long stretches of beaches at Mandvi and Dwarka await, whereas on the other hand the majestic forts of Vadodara await. Islands such as Narala Island and Pirotan Island are also a major favorite among people from all walks of life, and all over the world. What is really famous and popular among tourists when visiting the beach destinations of the state are the resorts that line the area, offering soothing views and empty stretches of private beach for a completely relaxing time.

The varied landscape of Gujarat will never cease to amaze you, what with four major mountain ranges rising out of the earth and standing sentinel over the state, including the Sahyadri, Aravalli, Satpura and Vindhya Ranges. The state is also a major pilgrimage center, with religiously important and much acclaimed temples here such as the Somnath Temple, which has been destroyed at least six times by assailants and intruders such as Genghis Khan. There is also plenty of wildlife in Gujarat, and befittingly there is also a plethora of national parks and wildlife sanctuaries dedicated to keeping them protected from all harm. Places such as the Gir Wildlife Sanctuary offer visitors the rare chance of seeing the Asiatic Lion, in the endangered list a few years ago, in its natural habitat.

Apart from the abundance of natural beauty in Gujarat, there are of course a few man-made wonders that are a must visit, such as the Sardar Sarovar Dam, which is located in the Narmada district and is one of the largest dams of India. It is indeed a sight to behold, with the tremendous amount of water gushing down, rising up in frothy waves. Sabarmati Ashram is also one of the best and most popular places to visit in Gujarat. Located in Ahmedabad, the ashram was the official residence of Mahatma Gandhi, and still has the remnants of his daily life. The Watson Museum in Rajkot is also a very popular attraction for tourists, offering people a chance to witness the history of the state. There are several other similar museums and heritage monuments across the state for a thoroughly enjoyable trip. The shopping in Gujarat is also something you cannot overlook, because you get the best apparels and junk jewelry here, so make sure to give those local markets a look.

People also love to visit during their trip to Gujarat are the nearby areas. There are several great options nearby such as Diu, a Union Territory legally, but almost a part of Gujarat if you consider the proximity. Diu is the land of sunny beaches and rocky fortresses, and is a must visit if you time to spare from your vacation.


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Aina Mahal in Kutch

Literally meaning the Hall of Mirrors’, the Aina Mahal was built in 1761 by the flamboyant Lakhpatiji or Rao Lakhpatji, the ruler of the Princely State of Cutch between 1741 to 1752. It is said that the Maharao had a dream of palace made of marble and glass. However, there was no person who could make this dream a reality...

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A vacation spot like no other in India
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White Desert In Kutch

Spanning 30000 square kilometres between India and Pakistan lies a salty marsh called the Rann of Kutch. This is the largest salt desert in the world. It is made up of three parts: The Great Rann of Kutch, the Little Rann of Kutch and the Banni grasslands.  The word Rann is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘Irina’, which mean...

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A pristine beach with a rich past
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Mandvi Beach In Kutch

A little sea side town in Kutch Gujarat, Mandavi has several claims to fame. Among others is the Vijay Vilas palace, now made famous by Bollywood movies, and the second is the Wind Mills which dot the Mandavi Beach.

History made by the ship makers of Mandavi

This port town was set up by the Maharao of the princely state ...

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Pragmahal manages to amaze people till today
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Prag Mahal In Kutch

Bhuj is set in a desert, a land so arid that there is no respite from the sun. Yet the colour of the people and their culture shines forth in many ways. The history of the land is also rife with stories of people wanting to add to the rich heritage. One such mark on the history of Bhuj is the Prag Mahal.

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Relax by the Arabian Sea
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Dwarka Beach in Dwarka

Along the Arabian Sea shore of Gujarat in Jamnagar lies the sprawling expanse of Dwarka Sea Beach. Second to none in terms of beauty, Dwarka Beach brings together elements of a fun day in the sun and the pilgrimage of a lifetime. Featuring the Dwarka Lighthouse, this stretch of sand is among the most popular beaches of Gu...

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Prime attraction of Dwarka
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Dwarkadhish Temple in Dwarka

Dwarkadhish temple is situated in Dwarka in Jamnagar District in the State of Gujarat. The history of Dwarkadhish temple will certainly grapple one’s attention since it is in a way related to Lord Krishna. The temple has been dedicated to the king of Dwarka, which once belonged to Lord Krishna. It also means Jagat Mandir or...

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See how the great Indus valley civilization lived, thrived and ultimately declined
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Dholavira in Kutch

The Indus Valley civilization is one of the oldest civilizations in the world, as told by our history books. The civilisation was formed around the area fertilised by the Indus River and its tributaries. Archaeologist and historian have had an ongoing love affair with this period in history and periodical finds of sites of ...

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Umbrellas set atop the rulers tombs to shield them from the elements
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Bhuj Chattardi in Kutch

Bhuj, the capital of Kutch District, has an ancient past. It has been the capital for the Maharaos of the princely state of Kutch for many centuries. Monuments found around the town bear testament to the era gone by.

A Cenotaph’s complex

The cenotaph’s complex is an interesting place. The complex is a set of monuments er...

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For the anthropologist, the archaeologists and the historian, there is something for everyone at the Kutch Museum
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Kutch Museum in Kutch

This is one of the oldest museums in Gujarat. But if you want a glimpse into the past of the region, the Place to come to is the Kutch Museum. It is set on the shore of the beautiful Hamirsar Lake in Bhuj.

A house for wedding gifts

When Maharao Khengarji III, the Maharao of the princely state of Kutch, got married in 188...

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A temple by the sea
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Bhadkeshwar Mahadev Temple in Dwarka

Built on the very edges of Dwarka is a Shaivite Temple of absolute bliss and rapture. Located on a hillock on the Arabian Sea to the extreme west of Dwarka, the Bhadkeshwar Mahadev Temple is quite close to Geeta Temple and Rukshamanee Temple. There are very few words to describe the ethereal beauty of the Bhadkeshwar Mahade...

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Can I drink alcohol in Gujarat?

Gujarat is renowned for being a dry state, meaning alcohol is banned in the state. It is not advised for travellers to purchase liquor illegally in Gujarat. However, there are some designated high-end hotels that sell alcohol to permit holders. A permit can be acquired from the officials by showing a valid identity proof. Non-Indians can also purchase a 30-day permit to buy alcohol in Gujarat.

What are the famous fairs and festivals in Gujarat?

Navaratri, Rann Utsav, and Uttarayan (kite festival) are famous festivals in Gujarat. The Bhavnath Fair in Junagadh, Vautha Fair in Vautha, Shamlaji Mela near Himmatnagar, and Dang Darbar in Ahwa are popular fairs to visit in Gujarat.

Can I find non-vegetarian food in Gujarat?

While Gujaratis are known for their vegetarianism, non-veg food is not all that hard to find in major cities in Gujarat. There are plenty of restaurants serving all kinds of cuisine in Gujarat.

Is Gujarat safe to visit for solo travellers?

Ahmedabad is considered one of the safest city in India, especially for solo travellers. The Gujaratis are very warm and welcoming people. However, it is best to take care of yourself like in any other place during travel and keep your luggage safe at all times.

What are the emergency contact numbers for travellers in Gujarat?

Police Control Room: 100Women's Helpline: 181Medical Helpline: 108Ambulance helpline: 102Fire Service: 101Gujarat Tourism Helpline: 1800 233 7951