5 things to do in Gujarat that would leave you bewitched


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Gujarat is located in western India and is often cited as "the jewel of western India". The terrain is a little dry but this does not prevent this state from creating attractive memories for travelers. Whether it's the unique Gir National Park or the enchanting White Rann landscape, Gujarat can surely leave a bewitched traveler. Here is a list of things to do in Gujarat, from my personal experiences.

1. Rani Ki Vav, Patan
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Rani ki Vav - as its name indicates, this march was built by the queen (Rani) of Bhimdeva, Udayamanti. Built in the 11th century to preserve groundwater, Rani ki Vav came to the fore in 1972, when the area was fully grounded. The culmination of stepwell is that its walls are abundantly decorated with figurative motifs and present images of various gods and goddesses and their wives of the Hindu pantheon. The central part of each floor contains the main sculpture. Winter is the best time to visit Rani ki Vav as you can enjoy light shows, cultural events and exhibitions at the Rani ki Vav Festival.

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2. Gir National Park, Junagadh
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One of the largest areas of fierce Asian animals, Gir National Park is a sparkling diamond among the jewels of Gujarat. With lions, this deciduous dry forest is home to more than 300 species of birds, such as the great horned eagle, the crested snake and other members of the cat family, such as leopards. According to the records of the Forestry Department, there are 29 species of reptiles, 33 species of mammals, 93 species of invertebrates, 96 trees and 448 flowering plants. In addition, the national park is notable for its silk cotton; bright orange flowers add splashes of color to this dusty brown landscape. The best time to go on a jeep safari to Gir National Park is between March and May.

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3. Dwarkadhish Temple
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Dwarkadeesh Jagat Mandir, one of the four Dhams (divine residences of India) and Sapata Turis (seven sacred cities), does not need to be presented. The word 'Dwarka; is composed of two words: "dwara", which means road, and "ka", which means eternal meaning. Based on the mythological archives, Dwarka was Lord Krishna's kingdom and he stayed there long enough. This five-storey temple rests on 72 pillars, which, according to the science of archeo-astronomy, is of immense importance. The sandstone base and temple walls are adorned with panels of dancers, elephants, musicians and celestial beings. With Jagat Mandir, you can also visit nearby temples, such as Bet Dwarka, Okha, and the sanctuaries dedicated to Rukmini (wife of Lord Krishna), Mirabai, Narsinh Mehta and Shank Narayan.

4. White Desert - Grand Rann of Kutch
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A must-visit during a trip to Gujarat, Kutch's Grand Rann is reputed to be the largest white salt desert in the world. Spread over an area of ​​7505 km2 in the western part of Gujarat, the desert looks like a diamond under the hot sun and a strange bluish glow at night. To see the best of the white desert, visit the Rann Utsav, which runs from November to March. During a visit to the white desert, take a look at the camel safari. Many villages near Kutch, such as Hodko, Nirona, Mandvi and Bhujodi, have hotels and resorts where you can book a stay while traveling to Kutch. In addition to the white desert, you can also visit Narayan Sarovar, Koteshwar Temple and Bachuchara Temple.

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5. Temple of Somnath
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The temple of Somnath, the main shrine of Lord Shiva's 12 Jyotirlingas, is located in the small town of Junagarh district, Gujarat. One of the most expensive aartis, which costs about 15 lakhs is performed here. Temple shivling is thought to be 'swayambhu' or self-evident, manifested in the temple. The inhabitants call this temple "eternal sanctuary" because it has stood the test of time; it has been destroyed six times and each time it has been rebuilt. The present structure of the temple, the seventh reconstruction, is a magnificent building constructed in the Chalukya architectural style by the master masons of Gujarat, known as Sompuras. You can also visit the beach and the museum, near the temple, which exhibits 1638 pieces from the 7th to the 15th century.

5 things to do in Gujarat that would leave you bewitched 5 things to do in Gujarat that would leave you bewitched Reviewed by UnlockHolidays.com on March 28, 2019 Rating: 5

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