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.