While searching for my next adventure, I wanted a road less explored. Staring into the map of India, I laid my eyes on to the west and there it was, my next destination.
The westernmost state of India is unfairly overlooked by many travellers. This state has a smart city, salt desert, remarkable architecture, mouth watering delicacies, tribal villages, India's finest textiles, migratory birds, India's only wild ass sanctuary, Asiatic lions, sacred Hindu and Jain pilgrimage sites and colorful festivals.
I took upon a 7 day and 1800 kms journey along the Arabian Sea, to witness the grandeur that is Gujarat. Travelling by tempos, local buses and rickshaws I witnessed sunrise in Rann of Kutch, the earthquake devastation in Bhuj, the beauty of Mandavi, prayed in Dwaraka, had masala dosa in Porbandar and teleported into history at Rani Ki Vav.