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Most important town of the Kutch region, Bhuj is a fascinating tourist attraction with amazing handicrafts and gigantic palaces that possess an eerie beauty. Moreover, Bhuj is an ideal textile tourism destination and attracts millions of people from across the world. Famous Historians says that Bhuj got its name from the mountain range, Bhujiyo Dungar hillock that overlooks the city about 3 km from the city center.
Bhuj has been a starlit attraction since the beginning of its formation for many rulers. The city was formed in 1510 by Rao Hamirji and later in 1549 it became the capital state by Rao Khengarji. The town was the capital of the prosperous princely state of Kutch, whose wealth derived from its sea trade with the east Africa and Persian Gulf post. Many families of African slaves, who were an important part of Kutch maritime trade, still live in the city.
The city is a paradise for those who love to shop a lot as the bazaars of Bhuj are known for its beautiful handicrafts and jewelry work. Famous places where tourists can visit on a trip to Bhuj - magnificent Aina Mahal, bell tower Parag Mahal, Kutch museum, which is believed to be the oldest museum in the region and Hamirsar Lake. The royal cenotaphs, the Swaminarayan temple, and the bazaar are now unfortunately in ruins but there are some places that still stand..
Day 1: South Kutch
Welcome to KUTCH. Arrival at Bhuj Airport / Railway Station, and transfer to your hotel and move on to places like 72-Jinalay (Jain Temple), Pandit Shyamji Krishna Verma Memorial, Ship Building Yard (In Rukmavati River), Ambe-Dham Godhra (Temple & Museum), Vijay Vilas Palace, Mandvi Wild Farm Beach .overnight stay in Bhuj
Day 2: West Kutch
Next day energise with sun-up and move on for Matanamadh (Maa Ashapura Darshan) Narayan Sarovar (According to Hindu religion, there are five sacred lakes collectively called Panch-Sarovar, Mansarovar, Bindu Sarovar, Narayan Sarovar, Pampa Sarovar and Pushkar Sarovar).They are also mentioned in Shri mad Bhagavata Purana. Koteshwar, (Koteshwar literally means "ten million gods, Koteshwar is a small village and the location of an ancient Shiva temple. It located near the mouth of Kori Creek, in the west of Kutch district of Gujarat) Lakhapat (Gurudwara, Fort, Pir Ghaus Muhammad Tomb) Vithon – Sant Khetabapa Garden & Temple.Overnight Stay in Bhuj.
Day 3: North Kutch / White Rann
Next day energise with sun-up, check-out and move on for White Rann, Black Hill (Highest mountain of Kutch) (One vision of RANN, SEA, & HILL) (Dutt Temple), India Bridge (Last line for Civilian) Visit Ludiya known as Handicraft Village. Check-in & Refresh. Witness sunset in WHITE RANN, Enjoy Local mouth watering dinner with cultural programme (Folk Artisans) .Overnight Stay in Rann
Day 4: Bhuj Local
Visit first light of the day (Sunrise). Day energise with sun-up, check-out and move on for Bhuj Local, Aina Mahal, Prag Mahal, Kutch Museum, Chattaradi (Prince of Tomb) Hamirsar Lake, New Swami Narayan Temple, Bhujodi – Handicraft Village (Village of National Award Winner Handicraft Artisans), LLDC –Museum (Managed by Shrujan) and our representative assists and transfer you to Bhuj airport or railway station, there on get back to home with most memorable and most enjoyable travel experience.
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