Gujarat Travel

Gujarat is the sixth largest state of India. The aura of Gujarat is so grand that it seems like a whole nation in itself. Here you can find majestic forts, grand architectural wonders, spirituality oozing temples, only home of the majestic Asiatic lions and world’s largest white salt desert. Gujarat hypnotizes all visitors with its charismatic mix of cultures and traditions which show in their everyday life, food, festivals, and clothing. Here you can find many wonders belonging to the Indus Valley Civilization.     

Here are the top places to visit in Gujarat:

Rani Ki Vav
Raised by Queen (Rani) of Bhimdeva, Rani Ki Vav is an 11th century stepwell which is around 64 m long, 20 m wide & 27 m deep. Its structure looks beautiful and remains a major hooker for photographers. Most of the sculptures here are dedicated to Lord Vishnu. The place hosts many light shows, cultural events and exhibitions narrating stories about the history of Rani Ki Vav.    

Gir National Park
Gir National Park remains a beautiful home to the majestic Asiatic lions. This dry deciduous forest houses over 300 avian species like great horned owl, crested serpent eagle, etc. Wildlife lovers enjoy jeep safari here to experience the world of wild from a closer perspective. Apart from this, the park also brings to you 400 plant species and 2,375 distinct fauna species.     

Dwarkadhish Temple
Dwarkadhish Temple remains the holiest Hindu temple in Gujarat. Dwarka was the realm of Lord Krishna. The temple looks splendid standing on 72 pillars featuring intricate architecture. Dwarkadhish Temple is a part of the Char Dham pilgrimage and remains a must visit to understand the religious hues of Gujarat.  

White Desert – Great Rann of Kutch
The exquisiteness of the Great Rann of Kutch is just extraordinary. It is world’s largest white salt desert sprawling over 7505 sq km.  The desert hosts many cultural events and people can enjoy camel safaris, traditional dance forms and local food here. Rann Utsav is the best time to explore the beauty of the place.

Somnath Temple
One of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva, Somnath Temple is known for performing the most expensive aarti. Pilgrims believe that shivling here is self-born. The temple has the finest Chalukya style architecture and portrays the unique skills of the Sompura Salats.  

Sabarmati Ashram
Sabarmati Ashram is the second ashram of Mahatma Gandhi and has great historical significance. From here many freedom movements were performed. Today you can see many historical artefacts showcasing the historic events of Gandhi's life, letters, 35,000 books on his life, and much more. 

Laxmi Vilas Palace
This grand palace sprawls over 700 acres. It is home to Moti Baug Palace, Makarpura Palace, Pratap Vilas Palace, and much more. The architectural grandeur of the palace is remarkable and it remains an unmatched historical masterpiece.

How to Reach
Gujarat houses the largest number of domestic airports in the country. The Sardar Vallabhbhai International Airport in Ahmedabad welcomes travellers from all over the world. Travellers taking domestic flights can land at Surat, Bhagvanagar, Junagarh, Vadodara, Rajkot, Bhuj, etc. Vadodara Railway Station also connects the state with all major cities of India. Gujarat also has one of the major ports in the Western India, the Kandla Port, an international shipping terminal.

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