Jamnagar, also known as the 'Jewel of Kathiawar' is a city in Gujarat, India. Jamnagar is also known for having the world's biggest oil refinery in the city and is the largest city across the western region in India. Jamnagar was known to be the capital of Nawanagar before India gained independence and formed a union. The name Jamnagar was derived from Jam Raval and his descendants who established this city in the 16th century. One of the descendants, Jam Ranjitsinhji became one of the greatest cricket player even though he played for the England team. Jamnagar is also known for its scenic beauty with lakes and ancient architecture along with mesmerizing exhibitions and fairs.
Narara Marine National Park and Khijadiya Bird Sanctuary are also located in this city where you can find various types of animal species which has attracted many tourists over the years. According to history and legend, Lord Krishna established his kingdom in Dwarka after leaving Mathura and the traces of the Lord Krishna's Yadav Clan was found in the city. It was also the commercial zone for traders before independence. The Lakhota Fort is one the main attraction sites for the tourists. Bedi Port, Bala Hanuman Temple, Lakhota Talav, Darbargadh, Adinath Mandir Jain Temple, Pirotan Island, Ayurvedic University, Lakhota Museum and Balachari Beach are other tourist attraction sites in the city.