Gujarat Tourism

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Yash Shah

Yash Shah5.0/5

1 review

Swaminarayan Mandir Vandal near Anand

Best place to visit for every visitors and also easily connected from Anand Station and also easily Hotel e available to Stay with family and friend
Traveller must Visit here
1 - Swaminarayan Mandir
2 - Gyan Baug
3 - Gomti Taalav
4 - Raghurvir Wadi
5 - Vandal City
6 - VidyaNagar
7 - UttarSanda
And also near by places very nice and best to travellers with family and friends.

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  • Swaminarayan Mandir Vandal near Anand
  • Swaminarayan Mandir Vandal near Anand
  • Swaminarayan Mandir Vandal near Anand
  • Swaminarayan Mandir Vandal near Anand

Mayur Shah

Mayur Shah5.0/5

14 reviews

So many places to visit.

There are so many places to visit. Wide variety of food available. According to me following places are a must visit: rann of Kutch(recommend to visit during rannotsav), Somnath mahadev temple, Ambaji, mandvi beach. You can have a look at handicrafts in Kutch. Then there are developed cities like Ahmadabad, Baroda, Gandhinagar, Bhuj, etc. Then there's mandvi beach. There are heritage places like Vijay Villas Palace, laxmi villas Palace, But it's very hot temperatures here during summer season. And rannotsav takes place during winter season from Dec to March.

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Gujarat Overview

Gujarat is the westernmost state of India, a part of it projecting out into the Arabian Sea. It shares an international border with Pakistan in the northwest and common borders with the states of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra, and the Union Territories of Diu, Daman and Dadra & Nagar Haveli.   Gujarat can be divided into three geographical regions: the eastern region that has the major cities of Ahmedabad, Surat and Vadodra; the Saurashtra region between the Gulf of Cambay and the Gulf of Kutch; the northern region of Kutch which is a salty desert.   This is the most industrialised state in the country and contributes about one-fifth of the total industrial output of India. It does particularly well in textiles and electronics, and has the largest petrochemical complex in India. Though Gandhinagar is the capital of the state, Ahmedabad, its former capital, is commercially and historically the most important city, containing Gujarat's only international airport. It's famous for its architectural heritage mosques and mausoleums in a fusion of Hindu and Islamic traditions and ornate step-wells called baolis in the local language. Surat is a centre of diamond polishing and trade and Vadodara is an erstwhile princely estate.   On the coast of Gujarat are some beaches including the old port-town of Mandvi, but the famous coastal spots are the temples of Somnath and Dwarka. The ancient temple at Somnath was repeatedly plundered and the present structure dates to 1950s, but it carries ancient sanctity for Hindu devotees. The popular 16th-century temple at Dwarka is devoted to Lord Krishna and associated with Meerabai. The town of Palitana is famous for its more than 800 Jain temples, some of them as old as the 11th century. At Lothal are the ruins of an ancient port of the Indus Valley civilization dating from 2400BC. The Sasan Gir National Park in Gujarat is the only place where the Asiatic Lion still survives. The Wild Ass sanctuary in the Little Rann of Kutch is a World Heritage site.   Navaratri the festival of nine nights devoted to Goddess Durga is Gujarat's most important festival and social event. It is celebrated in September-October with mass all-night song-and-dance programmes.

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