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Gujarat

Gujarat, India.
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Gujarat is one of the most exciting and vivacious states of India.There is several ancient temples in Gujarat like Somnath Temple, Dwarkanath Temple and many more. Currently Gujarat tourism is gaining a great acceptance among Indian and international tourists.

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Gujarat is located on the western coast of Arabian Sea. It is one of the most exciting and vivacious states of India. It is known for its traditions, famous dances, music and joyful populaces. Gujarat is famous for its vibrant culture. Various festivals like Navratri and Durga Puja are celebrated here with great pomp and show. This state is also identified by its desert areas like Kutch, ancient temples, and architectural majesties. Currently Gujarat tourism is gaining a great acceptance among Indian and international tourists.

Places of Interest/Sightseeing:

Somnath Temple
This is one of the most popular heritage sites of India and it is located in Junagarh. This history of this temple can be drawn from several centuries it has survived from a lot of invaders on its sanctity.

Dwarkanath Temple
Dwarkanath temple which is situated in Dwarka, the holy city of Gujarat, according to Hindu mythology this temple was constructed by the grandson of Lord Krishna, Vajranabha.

Sabarmati Ashram
Mahatma Gandhi expended a vast period of his life in this ashram Sabarmati attracts a large number of tourists from all over the world. This is also one of the popular tourist destinations in Gujarat.

Lothal
This destination has its own historical importance. Relics of Indus Valley Civilization were discovered here and at one-time, Lothal was a major port for trading.

Temples
There is several ancient temples in Gujarat like Somnath Temple, Dwarkanath Temple and many more.

Eight tourism hubs have been made, which are Ahmedabad Metro area, Ahmedabad Rural, Rajkot, Junagarh, Vadodara, Surat, Jamnagar and Bhuj, for convenience of visitors from all across the world. These hubs are well well-found with the modern infrastructure, facilities and amenities in the areas of business, communication, connectivity, hospitality, conveyance, medical amenities etc.

Foods in Gujarat:

The typical Gujarati food is mainly vegetarian and it has a high nutritional rate. The classical Gujarati Thali consists of different mouth-watering dishes. Gujarati cuisine has much to offer and each recipe has a totally different cooking style.

The traditional food in Gujarat is usually the dal, rotli, kadhi or sabzi also famous as shaak and rice. Other famous Gujrati  dishes are Dhokla, Khandvi, Bajri no rotlo, Thepala, Fafda, Shrikhand and Ghevar (sweet).

Shopping in Gujarat:

Shopping in Gujarat can be a lifetime experience for the tourists who came here. Each year tourists from different regions of India and world came and visit the attractive state of Gujarat. Some of the tourists get joy while having shopping here. The state is well-recognized for its handicrafts.

While you indulge in shopping, you need to remember to pick and choose from a collection of items which are put on show-cases in the markets of Gujarat which includes stuff toys, cradle cloth, appliquéd quilts, and embroidered costumes, lacquer stuffs, Ghagra Choli, patola silk sarees, Bandhanis, embroidered footwear and wall hangings and the list is endless.

Weather:

Gujarat temperature is usually hot during the summers, so the ideal time to visit Gujarat is between the month of October and March. In these months the climatic conditions remains warm and dry.

How to Reach:

By Air
Moreover Ahmedabad International Airport, Gujarat also has ten national airports.

By Road
Gujarat state transport avail buses for tourists but remote taxis or self-drive is also common.

By Train
There is an excellent system of railways and rest of the Indian cities are well connected with Gujarat.

Explore more in Gujarat:

Gujarat shares its boundary with Maharashtra from the west along with the Arabian Sea. The official language of the state is Gujarati. The heart of the Nation, Madhya Pradesh shares its border in the west with Gujarat. Climate of this state is similar to the related north Indian states. Lots of monuments and popular sites of Gujarat are declared as the World heritage sites by UNESCO.

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