Places to visit in Kutch
An important chariot of Kutch district is Narayan Sarovar Lakhpat).
1 Khayana Palace (Bhuj) (built by Ramsang Malve).
2 Indian Culture Darshan Folk Art Muclim (Bhuj).
3 Women with beautiful carvings of Maharaj Lakhpatji – Bhuj and Maharavasinh Madansinhji Museum (Bhuj), Pudkhare Khebhayaranya (in the small desert of Karach and also in Surendranagar district)
4 Dalpatsinhji carved umbrellas (Bhuj)
5 The Sun Temple of Kotayark (Kotay) (built by Saddles) is the Surkhabnagar Sanctuary (Rapar). Is located in Lama. Wane,
6 Arabian Haziro (Bhuj) Swaminarayan Temple (Bhuj)
7 Hamirsar Lake (Bhuj)
8 Panna Masjid (Bhuj)
9 Prag Mahal (Bhuj) or Sharadbagh Palace (Bhuj)
10 Karach Museum (Bhuj)
11 Angorgarh Shiv Mandir (Bhuj) ).
12 Jaisal – Toral Samadhi (Anjar)
13 Kutch Sanctuary (Abdosa). T.B. Sanatorium (Mandvi)
14 Vijay Palace (Mandvi)
15 Makarandada’s Samadhi Jain Panchtirtha (Jakho)
16 Balvantsagar Dam (Suthari)
17 Kanthkot Fort (Kanthkot)
18 Bhadreshwar Mahadev Temple (Mandvi) or scenic beaches (Mandvi)
19 Paris (Mudra) of Kutch 5 Adani Port (Mudra)
20 Green region of Kutch (Mudra) Pandavakund (Bhadreshwar)
21 Kutch of ran
22 ran Utsav
Bhuj is the district headquarters. It is a historical city situated at the foot of Bhujia Dungar. There is a temple of Bhujang Nag on the hill. The old city was protected by Bhujia fort. Ramsang Malme
Bhujio Fort Navneet We have learned to build a glass palace, beautiful carved umbrellas of Maharaja Lakhpatji, Hazira of Fateh Mohammad Arab, Maharavsinh Madansinhji Museum, Anandkunj, Prag Mahal, Karach Museum, Sharadbag Palace, Harang Darshan (Museum of Folk Art), Mohammad Panna Masjid, Pragmalji’s Rajmahal etc. are some of the places of interest here. Desalsar and Hamirsar lakes add beauty to the city. And takes place in five sacred lakes.
2 Narayan Sarovar
There are attractive temples around the lake.There is an ancient magnificent Shiva temple of Koteshwar on the coast 2 km away from Narayan Sarovar.The state government has developed this place as a tourist destination.The water of this lake is salty. There is also Kalyanrai Temple, Nilkanth Temple.
This is a green region of Kutch. Plenty of Kharek is produced here. Here are some research centers and natural healing centers.There is also a research center and a natural healing center. Adani Port Company has developed Mundra as a modern port.
4. Mandvi Beach
Mandvi is an old port situated on the banks of Kankavati river. For tuberculosis patients here ‘TB. There is a sanatorium. The first wind farm in Asia is here. Vijay Vilas Palace and Bhadreshwar Temple are worth visiting. Vijay Vilas Palace
Dholavira is located in Khadir Bat of Bhachau taluka. From here e. Q. Remains of the Harappan culture were found in 1960. E. Q. In 1991, Dr. Research under the guidance of Beast revealed that this place was a huge and magnificent town of Indus civilization 4500 years ago. Remains of huge buildings, treasures, meeting rooms, utensils, postures, weighing instruments, compasses, ornaments etc. have been found here.
6 Ashapura’s Madh
Kuldeva is a magnificent temple of the royal family of Kutch. Found here. This temple is known for maa ashapura.
This is a non-holy pilgrimage. It was the ancient Ashapura’s Madh. There are 52 Jain deras with distinctive architecture. These deras were renovated by Seth Jagadusha. There is a 5000 year old Vav here called Pandavakund of the time of Mahabharata. Chokhanda Mahadev has an inscription (d. 1139 AD) engraved by King Siddharth. Remains of the ancient city of Bhadravati have been found here.
8. Dhinodhar’s hill
388 meters high This hill is famous as the tapobhumi of Dada Gorakhnath. Here is his samadhi. He founded the ‘Kanfata’ sect. 9. Kotay Here is the Sun Temple of Kotyark built by Saddles. 1. Kandla: This is the most important port of India and Gujarat. E. Q. ‘Free Ted John’ since 1955, swimming in the fields?
Here is the Sun Temple of Kotyark built by Saddles.
This is the most important port of India and Gujarat. E. Q. The port has been well developed as a ‘Free Trade Zone’ since 1955. E. Q. In 1965 14. Kanthkot: This fort is located at a perimeter of 5 km on the top of a rocky Kanthkot hill. 8. Dhinodh of three temples here is famous as the tapobhumi of Gorakhnath. Is here. He founded the ‘Kanfata’ sect. Sakha Kandla was India’s first SEZ (Special Economy Zone).
11. Rampar Vekra
Swaminarayan is a holy pilgrimage site. There is a sacred tank called Gangaji and Jamnaji. Gangaji’s fair is held on the banks of Rukmavati river on Kartak Sud Poonam.
This is a holy pilgrimage site among the Jain Panchtirthas (Suthari, Kothara, Jakho, Naliya and Tera) of Kutch.
This is one of the five Jain pilgrimages in Kutch. The place is known for the ‘Balwant Sagar Dam’ built in the memory of former Gujarat Chief Minister Balwant Mehta. His plane crashed here on September 19, 1965 after being invaded by Pakistan. There are remains.
Chhari – Chappa. And for the sudi industry as well as the tombs of the ancient Shivalaya and Jaisal Toral. Jaisal – Toral Samadhi
A township has been built here to accommodate the refugees from Pakistan.
The rapper has Samadhi of Trikam Saheb.
Here is the Dargah of Hajipir, a famous Muslim Sufi saint of Kutch. He was known as the ‘Poor Nawaz of Kutch’.
Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikhism, came to this city. The Gurudwara built in his memory is here.
Chokhanda has an inscription of Siddharraj Jai Singh.
There is an ancient temple of Goddess Jogani here. This place is known for Shraddhakriya.
22. Haba Dungar
There is Samadhi of Saint Makrandada on Haba Dungar near Kotai.
23 Kutch Museum
Originally established as the Kutch School of Arts, the Kutch Museum is replete with folk arts, ancient artefacts and insights about the tribal people. With an Italian Gothic architecture, the palace welcomes you with eleven major galleries catering to varied sections and is one of the prominent places to visit in Kutch.
The statue of ‘Airavata’ is also an attraction here.
24 Rann of Kutch
A large area of salt marshes is located in Gujarat , India . It is divided into : Great Rann of Kutch and Little Rann of Kutch .The name “Rann” has come from the Hindi word ran meaning “desert”.
you want to know the best time to visit the Rann of Kutch, read on to learn why you should visit the rann during the Rann Utsav, the great Rann Festival held annually.
25 rann Utsav
Rann Utsav takes place during the winters. Rann Utsav is the time when the desert recedes, allowing itself to be tamed, to be made into a showpiece.
Rann Utsav is very famous in India. many people visit as well as foreigners are also visit the runn Utsav.
During the festival, the best of local talent from all over Gujarat come together to create beautiful music in the white sand.
From folk dance (Garba, Hallisaka, and Tippani) performance to scrumptious Gujarati thali, from moonlit camera safari to folk dramas, the festival is organised to celebrate the uniqueness and culture of the Kutch region. There are
Rann Utsav is held at the Dhordo village, 80 km north of the Bhuj city in Kutch.
26 Koteshwar Mahadev Temple
The story of Koteshwar begins with Ravana, who won a boon from Lord Shiva for an outstanding display of piety. This boon was the gift of a Shiva linga of great spiritual power, but which Ravana, in his arrogant haste, accidentally dropped and it fell to earth at Koteshwar. To punish Ravana for his carelessness, the linga turned into a thousand identical copies (some versions of the story say ten thousand, some a million; suffice to say it was quite a lot.) Unable to distinguish the original, Ravana grabbed one and departed, leaving the original one here, around which Koteshwar Temple was built.
Visitors can see the temple, walk along the beach and on a clear night, even see the glow of light from Karachi, Pakistan, on the northwestern horizon.