Kalo Dungar: The highest point in Kutch, which offers a panoramic view of the desert and the sea, is also home to a 400-year-old temple dedicated to Lord Dattatreya.
India Bridge: The last civilian point on the India-Pakistan border, guarded by the Indian Army and requires a special permit to visit.
Mandvi Beach: A beautiful and clean beach, which is ideal for swimming, sunbathing, and water sports, and is also famous for its ship-building yard, where wooden ships are still made by hand.
Vijay Vilas Palace: A majestic palace built by the Maharao of Kutch in the 1920s and is now a heritage hotel which has hosted many Bollywood movies, such as Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam and Lagaan.
Aina Mahal: A splendid palace which was built by Rao Lakhpatji in the 18th century and is now a museum which displays royal artefacts, paintings, weapons, and mirrors.
Prag Mahal: A magnificent palace built by Rao Pragmalji in the 19th century, known for its Gothic architecture, Italian marble, and Belgian glass.
Bhujodi: A village which is famous for its handloom and handicraft industry, and where you can buy the finest quality of shawls, stoles, carpets, and fabrics.
Banni Grassland: A vast stretch of grassland, which is home to a variety of flora and fauna, and where you can spot endangered wildlife, such as the Indian wild ass, the blackbuck, the chinkara, and the flamingo.
Rann Utsav is a festival that offers a unique and unforgettable experience that will leave you spellbound and enchanted by the magic of Kutch. It is a festival that celebrates the diversity and unity of India and showcases the best of its culture, nature, and people. It is a carnival you should visit at least once in your lifetime.
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