Welcome To Gujarat

Welcome To the Unsung Destination Called Gujarat

As vibrant as it can get, magical as you can never imagine, a cultural basket-Gujarat is an extremely dazzlingly and a diverse state of India. This state is a meeting point of culture and traditions. There is absolutely nothing that you cannot do in this state. It is the most industrialized state in the whole of India given the location and the geographic diversity of the place.

The climate during the summers is extremely hot and dry with the sun always shining over your head. In the winter season the weather remains mild and pleasant. It’s only the monsoon that brings respite around mid -June and early July. Winters are the best time to travel.

Gujarat is known for its longest coastline in the country. All the luxury tour companies include a trip to Gujarat in their itinerary. It is also renowned for its temples, historic capitals, beaches, wildlife sanctuaries and architectural assets. Art, music, culture, history all of it dwells in the state to form a beautiful matrix which is the cultural delight of the people of Gujarat. There are a lot of places that can be visited in the state, here’s a list of few of the major attractions of the state:

1) Ahmadabad

The city is standing firmly between the ancient traditions and the modern day culture. It is a marriage between the greenery of the city and the industrial development. The people of this city love to laugh and be merry, this has attracted many tourists to come here and some of them just fall in love with the place and have made the city their home. All the luxury travel sites have given Ahmadabad a special mention in the top destination list. Ahmadabad is home to the Sabarmati Ashram which holds a lot of historical importance in the country. Other places of religious worship such as Sidi Sayed Mosque, Akshardham Temple and Hathisingh Jain Temple can also be seen.

2) Gir National Park

Gir National Park has to be visited if you are planning a trip to Gujarat. It is home to the big cats of the country. A safari at Gir would prove to be wonderful experience for anyone who comes here. The major mammals include the king of the jungle-lion, other than that you can also see leopards, hyenas, nilgai, chinkaras, etc.

3) Somnath

The Somnath temple is one of the 12 Shiv temples conglomerate. The temple attracts millions of tourists from all round the world towards it.

4) Dwarka

Dwarka is considered as the most prominent cities in ancient India. It is part of the chaar dham, which is a holy pilgrimage of the Hindus. It is the place where Lord Krishna dwelled. This holds a lot of mythological influence in it. Thousands of deities visit this temple during the time of Janamashtami, the birth date of Lord Krishna.

5) Little Rann of Kutch

Little Rann of Kutch is a salt wetland, the land is as white can be for as long as you can see. The place is blessed with a rich biodiversity; it has also been nominated as a biosphere reserve. Shrimp farming is an important means for people to earn their livelihood. The place witnesses a heavy influx of tourists every year.

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