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Bhuj-Kutch

Kutch Tour

Kutch is the largest district of India and a large part of this district is known as the Rann of Kutch which basically is a shallow land which get submerged in water in the rainy season while in the summer it is as dry as desert. If you are planning to visit Kutch and need help then we are here to organize our trip and have a good range of holiday packages in Gujarat . Being a travel agent from Gujarat we assist in all kind of tours whether it is festival, wildlife as well as textile tour.

Bhujodi Villages

The village of Bhujodi is a small town and is considered as major center for textile work in Kutch. Here about 1200inhabitants are involved in the production of texile handicraft and the work sets them apart for all other textile industries. There you get to see the weavers and the tie dye artists and other than that you can also meet the people who do block printing. There are crafts park in the village that sets up a display for the people to display and sell their work. Other than that, they also have dance and music event on weekends.

Lakhpat

Lakhpat is lightly populated town in Kutch and is enclosed by a 7km long wall of the 18th century fort. The river Sindhu used to flow through Lakhpat but then it changed its course. There is fort which was rebuilt and expanded by Fateh Muhammad in the year of 1801 and is in the shape of an irregular polygon. It is made from hard brown stones and there are 7km long walls around it. Other than that there is Pir Ghaus Muhammad Tomb who was a sufi Saint and was believd to have supernatural powers. The toms is made from black stone and is on a platform of 5 feet square and the conical dome is 63 feet and 3 inches high in an octagonal shape.

Mata No Madh

Mata no Madh is a small village in the Lakhpat taluka surrounded by hills on both the side. There is a temple dedicated to Ashapura Mata who was considered as a patron deity of Kutch. The temple was built in the 14th century and the image in the shrine is made from a stone painted in red color. May people from Gujarat and various other states come to visit the temple on the auspicious day of Chaitra Navaratri and Ashvin Navaratri. If you are planning to visit the place then you are at the right place, we will help you in making a plan for your tour to this place as well as assist in the tour to Gujarat and its various historic places.

Koteshwar Temple

Kotehswar is a small village and over there is located an ancient temple of Shiva on the shores of Arabian Sea. It is on a sandstone mound and has sea on the western side and is enclosed by fortified wall. The fort and the temple were made in 1820 and the porch has 3 domes, under the central dome there is a large brass bull, right dome has a statue of Hanuman and the left one has the state of Ganpati.

Narayan Sarovar

The Narayan sarovar is a village located in Lakhpat district of Kutch and is a place of visit for Hindus. It is the place that has five holy lakes i.e. Mansarovar, Pushkar Sarovar, Bindu Sarovar and Pampa Sarovar.

Khavda Kalo Dungar

The Kalo Dungar is the highest point in Kutch, Gujarat and it is also the only place from where you can get a panoramic view of the great Rann of Kutch. There is also an army post on the top as the place is situated near the border of Pakistan. This Dungar is also famous for the Dattatreya temple, which is around 40 years old. Other than this, there is an optical illusion of gravity on the hill that the vehicles tend to roll uphill from down hill. Some visitors have even noticed that their vehicles reach a speed of 80 kmph when they are driving down the hills even when the ignition of vehicle is turned off.

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