Bhuj Tourism & Travel Guide

Culture of Bhuj and mouth watering... down the "Must places to visit" in Bhuj-Kutch just... local sight seeing of Bhuj... to Bhuj is very costly...

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Bhuj, or Kutch in general... is to start from Bhuj, and drive... in and around Bhuj; with an attempt...; with stopovers around Bhuj town...

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Top Places To Visit 6 Spots

Narayan Sarovar

At 5 pm evening we took a bus for NARAYAN SAROVAR . we spent whole night in bus and reached there at 8 am. KOTESHWAR is a end point of north western india. that is also a must visit spot. after wandering there . we again took a journey to MANDVI .
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Prag Mahal Palace

This palace is characterized by the Indian gothic style of architecture. However, the earthquake disaster at Bhuj has left this place in ruins. The famous Aina Mahal too lies in the vicinity of this palace. A perfect combination of art and perfection!!
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About Bhuj

One of the most visited cities in Gujarat, Bhuj is home to a number of historical monuments, a lively culture and a historically rich past. Taking you back to a time of simple living, Bhuj is a traveller's delight. From the enlightening Kutch Museum to the bedazzling Aina Mahal, this small city welcomes travellers with forgotten stories, intriguing escapades and numerous hidden corners. There are a number of popular temples here including the Shree Swaminayan Temple; the Swaminayan temples were actually first built in Bhuj. Enveloped in white, the temple is a must visit even if religious sites are not a part of your itinerary. You should also visit one of the oldest museums in Gujarat, which is the Kutch museum. Taking you through Gujarat's exciting past, the museum is also home to Kshatrapa inscriptions and the now extinct Kutchi script. The museum is located along the beautiful Hamirsar Lake and is a must-visit. Do also head to Aina Museum. One of the best examples of Indian architecture under the influence of European architecture, this one is fascinating to visit. True to its name, the best feature of the mahal is the Hall of Mirrors. The palace also houses a number of rare and stunning artefacts and paintings from around the world and is a treat to explore, especially if you are an art enthusiast. This small city packs in a lot for travellers and a couple of days here is enough to take back a beautiful experience unless, of course, you fall in love with the city's magic. Reaching Bhuj from Ahmedabad is quite easy since it's a major town and buses, taxis ply almost throughout the day.

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