Places to visit in Gujarat
When it comes to vacation time in winter the best place you can find for your family is Gujarat. One of my favorite destinations for tourists.With Runn Utsav in the offing and amazing weather conditions making it the best time to explore the culture and archaeological wealth of Gujarat. This is how we bring you the best places to visit in Gujarat to make your winter holidays more special.
There are many reasons to travel to Gujarat.
1. Rann of Kutch
Everyone well heard once in lifetime “Kutch nai Dekha to Kuch Nai Dekha” which translates to ” You haven’t seen anything if you haven’t seen Kutch” Kutch is one of the most popular destinations to visit in Gujarat especially when the Rann Mahotsav is going on.
Rann of Kutch is a galvanic symphony of salt and sand. This destination reaches its crescendo when it’s a full moon night which makes Kutch even more special during the monsoon.
During full moon nights, cultural programs celebrate Gujarat’s culture and traditions at Dhordo.To experience even more special, try the moonlight safari at Runn of Kutch.
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It is the first and most sacred of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva. As per the Hindu culture, it is said that the Hindu moon God known as Soma built this temple entirely of gold to pay to the lord’s glory and the temple came to be known as the Somnath Temple. According to the legends, the same temple was reconstructed by Ravana in silver, Krishna in wood, and by King Bhimdev from stone.
It lies on the shores of the Arabian Sea, this temple is destroyed several times and reconstructed on a number of occasions and the last time after India got independence.
3. Dwarkadhish Temple
Situated in Gomti Creek, Dwarkadhish Temple is one of the most beautiful and finest temples in India. It is believed that this temple was built by the grandson of Lord Krishna himself. This temple is well known for its exquisitely carved architecture. This temple is considered to be a part of Char Dham Yatra.
As per the legend, Lord Krishna settled down in Dwarka. Upon his death as Krishna’s avatar, at that time the entire Dwarka island was submerged in the sea.
Vadodara, the cultural capital of the state, is one of the most visited tourist places in Gujarat. This city is a combination of past and present. This city is flourished and modernized under the guidance of Maharaja Sayajirao.
It was built by Maharaja Sayajirao III in 1879 and is named after him. This Sayaji Baug also called Kamati Baug, includes 45 hectares of garden,2 museums, a zoo, and a toy train.
The fifth-largest city in India is a commercial hub and is one of the best places in Gujarat. It was founded by king Karnadev in the 11th Century. The tourist attraction in Ahmedabad includes Bhadra Fort, well laid out with lakes, mosques, and historical buildings.
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