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Mandvi is a small port city which comes under the administrative jurisdiction of Kutch or Kachchh District, in the state of Gujarat. This city was once a summer retreat for King Maharao of Kachchh. Tourists can see the remains of the ancient fort......Read more on Mandvi

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Vijay Vilas Palace, Mandvi
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The Vijay Vilas Palace, situated 8 km west of Mandvi, was constructed by Rao Vijayrajji in 1940. The palace was a summer retreat of the Maharao of Kutch. Covering an area of around 700 acres, the palace has umbrella shaped domes along with cupolas in Bengali and Rajasthani... Read More »
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Mandvi Port, Mandvi
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The Mandvi Port is an old ship building centre that lies on the banks of Rukmavati River in the Gulf of Kutch. It was constructed more than four centuries ago by the Kutch rulers for sea trade with different countries. Some of the major products imported are fertilisers, dates... Read More »
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The Beach At Mandvi Palace, Mandvi
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Mandvi Teerth, Mandvi
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The Mandvi Teerth, a Jain pilgrimage centre, is in the Kutch District. The idol of the 16th tirthankar of Jain, Bhagwan Shantinath, in the Padmasana posture is enshrined here. The teerth is situated close to the Shri Meghji Pethraj Jain Ashram and Bhagwan Ajitnath Temple. Read More »
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Mazar-e-Noorani, Mandvi
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Mazar-e-Noorani is the resting place of the 37th Dai-al-Mutlaq Syedna Noor Mohammed Nooruddin. He belonged to the Dawoodi Bohra Community, a subsect of Shia Muslims. The place is visited by devotees of Dawoodi Bohra community to offer Ziyarat. Read More »

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