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Narayan Sarovar – Kutch
Narayan Sarovar is a beautiful area with multiple fresh lakes close to Gulf of Kutch, which is also considered as holy by Hindu travellers. Tourists enjoy bird watching and wildlife around Naryan Sarovar with the main tourist attraction being Chinkara.
Koteshwar Temple – Kutch
Koteshwar temple, located about 215 km from Bhuj (main city of Kutch) past the vast expanse of desert is holy place for Hindu tourists. Koteshwar temple is situated on a high plinth over looking the sea and is the last outpost of human construction at the westernmost limit of India.
Lakhpat – Kutch
Lakhpat, 151 km from Bhuj, is the last town in the western part of India, with main tourist attractions being one of the oldest and unique Gurudwara and a beautiful tomb of Gosh Muhammad constructed with hard black stone.
Wild Ass Sanctuary – Kutch
Wild Ass Sanctuary (Kutch), located 268 km from Bhuj, is famous among tourists as shelter to the endangered Wild Ass spread out in an area of 4953 sq. km.
Chinkara Sanctuary – Kutch
Chinkara Sanctuary, 210 km from Bhuj (Kutch) and a few kilometres away from the Narayan Sarovar, is the home of the Chinkara or the Indian Gazelle.
Aaina Mahal – Kutch
Aaina Mahal is a beautiful 18th century double storied palace in Bhuj (Kutch), which has been converted into a museum with its main tourist attraction being the Hall of Mirrors with White Marble walls covered with mirrors.
Prag Mahal – Kutch
Prag Mahal is a splendid palace in Bhuj (Kutch) built in Italian Gothic style with Italian Marble. Tourist must climb the bell tower in the palace to have a mesmerising view of old walled city of Bhuj.
Bhuj – Kutch
Bhuj is an old walled city with numerous tourist attractions like Aaina Mahal or Glass Palace, the Kutch Museum, the Bharatiya Sanskruti Darshan complex, bell tower of Prag Mahal, Ramakund Stepwell, and Hamirsar Lake.
Kutch Museum is the oldest Museum in Gujarat that was established in 1877. It has the largest collection of Kshatrapa inscriptions, dating back to the 1st century AD.
Ramkund Stepwell – Kutch
Ramkund stepwell is a square stepwell in Bhuj (Kutch), with sculptures portraying characters from the Ramayana.
Dholavira – Kutch
Dholavira, 250 km from Bhuj, is an excavated Harappan site that was discovered in 1967. The site is spread over 100 Hectares with main tourists attractions being the ancient open stadium, ancient signboard, and world’s earliest water conservation system.
Palitana – Kutch
Palitana, located 56 km from Bhuj, is an important tourist attraction, especially for Jain pilgrims, famous for its spectacular temple sites, beautiful beaches, and wildlife.
Kera Shiva Temple – Kutch
Kera, located about 20 kms from Bhuj, houses the ruins of an old Shiva Temple of 10th century that got destroyed in the earthquake of 1819.
Anjar – Kutch
Anjar, known as city of temples, has several tourist attractions like the Shrine of Jesal and Toral, Hindu temples like Swaminaryan temple, Bhareswar Mahadev Temple (1200 years old) and the famous block-printing work.
Mandvi – Kutch
Mandvi, located at a distance of 75 km from Bhuj on the banks of Rukmavati River, is famous among travellers as Paris of Kutch. Mandvi’s main tourist attractions are Vijay Vilas Palace, its beautiful beaches and Ship building yard.
Beaches – Kutch
Kutch has one of the best beaches for travellers – the important ones being Mandvi beach, Wind Farm beach and Pingleshwar beach.
Sharad Baug Palace – Kutch
Sharad Baug Palace is a beautiful palace in Bhuj, which was the king of Kutch’s residence up to 1991 and now converted into a museum. It was the palace of the last Maharao of Kutch- Maharo Madan Sinhji Jadeja.
Vijay Vilas Palace – Kutch
Vijay Vilas Palace in Mandvi town is an eclectic blend of architectural styles, nestled in 450 acres of lush greenery, with 2 kilometers of private beach.
Ship Building Yard – Kutch
Ship Building Yard, Mandvi is a yard in Kutch that is famous among travellers visiting Kutch. On the banks of the Rukmavati River, one can see craftsmen, making ships out of wood for domestic as well as international usage.
Koday – Kutch
Koday, 10 km from Mandvi, is frequented by Jain travellers as it houses a Jain temple complex of 72 separate shrines, which are about 145 years old.
Bhujodi – Kutch
Bhujodi is a craft village about 8 kms from Bhuj, which must be visited by tourists to view and purchase Kutch’s traditional craft.
Ports of Kutch
Kutch has good number of large ports like Mandvi, Kandla, Mundra and Jakhau port. There is not much for tourists here except the view of large number of ships and boats standing by the shore and some ship construction centres.
Bhadreshwar – Kutch
Bhadreshwar is a major pilgrimage centre for Jain religion with tourist attractions including a major Jain temple complex, and 12th century mosques.
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