The Great Rann of Kutch is a regular salt swamp situated in the Thar Desert in the Kutch District of Gujarat, India and the Sindh territory of Pakistan. It is around 7,505.22 square kilometers (2,897.78 sq mi) in size and is rumored to be the biggest salt forsake in the world. This territory has been possessed by the Kutchi people.
The name “Rann” originates from the Hindi word ran (रण) signifying “desert”. The Hindi word is gotten from Sanskrit/Vedic word iriṇa (इरिण) confirmed in the Rigveda and Mahābhārata. As ahead of schedule as 325 BCE, Alexander the Great was mindful of the territory. Rann Utsav organized every year in winter season.
The Great Rann of Kutch, alongside the Little Rann of Kutch and the Banni meadows on its southern edge, is arranged in the locale of Kutch and embodies about 30,000 square kilometers (10,000 sq mi) between the Gulf of Kutch and the mouth of the Indus River in southern Pakistan. The swamp can be gotten to from the town of Kharaghoda in Surend
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