Kutch Tourism

Kutch is the largest district in India. This district is located in Gujarat. 939 villages and 6 municipalities are situated in this district. The culture in this district is slightly different from the culture all over Gujarat. The language spoken in Kutch are Kutchi, Sindhi and Gujarati language as people from different communities, groups and ethnicities are present in this district. The people from Kutch are also considered as artisans due to their skills in arts, sculpting, painting and others. The Kutch museum consists of stone inscriptions, paintings, embroidery, musical instruments, sculpture and other artefacts.

As most of the population in Kutch are Hindus and Jains, the traditional food served in the city is vegetarian. Each tribe or village has its own traditional food according to the culture in Kutch. If any fight occurs or any sort of disagreement occurs, milk is served as an ending statement. Even during an engagement ceremony, milk is offered to the groom’s family as an acceptance by the bride’s family. Kutch is also known as the white dessert (salt desert) of India, during the winter season December-February Rann festival is organised in Kutch where a variety of cultural programs are organised including Hot air balloon. Embroidery works, Flamingo Sanctuary and Wild Ass Sanctuary are famous in this city.

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Travel Guide Indian Wild Ass Sanctuary
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Indian Wild Ass Sanctuary

The explosion of human populace has accelerated the progress of human civilization at an alarming rate. This has cause heavy upheaval in the ecology of the globe. Due to mass deforestation, many of the wildlife animals are losing their habitats and consequently facing endangermen....

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Travel Guide White Desert
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The Great Rann of Kutch

The Great Rann of Kutch or White Desert is a salt marsh land is covered with water in monsoon and during winter water evaporates which leaves behind a layer of salt making it the world’s largest salt desert.

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Travel Guide Vasai Jain Temple
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Vasai Jain Temple

Vasai Jain temple in kutch district of Gujarat is considered as one of the oldest temples of Jain people in India dating back to the 555 AD. The temple is also called Bhadreshwar Jain Temple. This temple also makes a place for itself in tourist’s list in Gujarat.

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Travel Guide 72 Jinalaya Jain Temple
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72 Jinalaya Jain Temple

A mesmerizing beauty of a place, 72 Jinalaya Jain Temple is one of the architectural manifestoes of the nation. Located in Gujarat, nearby the Bhuj-Mandvi road and pretty close to Mandvi, this place is a perfect foil for religion and worship.

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Travel Guide Vijay Vilas Palace
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Vijay Vilas Palace

Being established in the year of 1929, Vijay Vilas Palace is one of the most beautiful places to be visiting in Gujarat. Located near Mandvi town (10 km away), this palace stands as the epitome of grandeur and depicts beautiful architectural work.

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Travel Guide Lakhpat Fort Town Kutch
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Lakhpat Fort

Situated 135 kilometers away from Bhuj, the Lakhpat Fort is the abandoned, ruined remnant of the prosperous past it enjoyed 2 centuries ago. After the Indus River changed its course, the town has changed from being a trading port to a deserted ghost town and its inhabitants suffe....

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Travel Guide Mandvi Beach
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Mandvi Beach

A well-known beach held in high regards for its sun-kissed sands and the tropical water, Mandvi beach is a place worth visiting. One of the finest beaches of the Gujarat coastline, this one has the ancient homage and the modern beach feel incorporated into one.

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