Kutch is famous for its handicrafts, hills, white deserts, beautiful virgin sea beaches, various forts and above all Dholaveera, one of the five largest Harappan sites and among the most prominent archaeological sites in India belonging to the Indus Valley Civilization.

Banas Kantha

Banaskantha is famous for the Ambaji temple which draws many tourists.


Ahmedabad city of famous tourist attractions is situated on the banks of Sabarmati river and is known for its world-famous cotton textiles, a wide variety of mouth-watering snacks, diamond cutting, and much more.


Patan, the former capital of Gujarat, is a place famous for Patola sarees, one of the finest hand-made textiles in the world. One can see this exquisite fabric being woven here. The Patan Patola is one of the finest hand-woven textiles produced the world over


Shanku's Water Park, Tirupati Nature Park, Bliss Water Park and Taranga Jain temple are located nearby. Mehsana has three radio stations: Top FM (92.7 MHz), Radio Mirchi (91.9 MHz) and relay station of Akashvani (100.1 MHz).

Sabar Kantha

You also find old Jain sandstone temples of Parshvanath and Neminath and an old Shiva temple. Sabarkantha district is host to the famous Chitra Vichitra Fair in Gunbhakhari village, a couple of weeks after Holi.


The Aravalli range is very rich in natural resources and gave rise of numerous peninsula rivers like Banas, Luni, Sakhi, and Sabarmati. This region is also famous for heavily forested consisting of large areas of sand and stone and of masses of rose-coloured quartzite.


Gandhinagar is the greenest capital city in the whole Asia. Indroda Dinosaur and Fossil Park in Gandhinagar is considered to be India's Jurrasic Park. The park contains world's second largest hatchery of Dinosaur eggs.


Famous for a Dinosaur themed Fossil Park, the 18th century established town Balasinor (also known as Vadasinor) lies 87km east of Ahmedabad.

Panch Mahal

The Panch Mahal is a five storey building in Fatehpur Sikri. Renowned for its exceptional architecture, it is situated close to the harem or zenana quarters, which is fitting since it functioned as a pleasure palace. The architecture of Panch Mahal was inspired by that of a Buddhist temple.


Dahod is also famous for its handicraft products by Sahaj-An Organisation for Women's Development, an NGO with outreach to 3000 women, Founded in 2001 , Sahaj Create fine handicraft products and an established brand in tribal handicraft in India and the world.


Kheda city is famous for tobacco farming. The nearest railway station is Mahemadavad Kheda Road.India's First Deputy Prime Minister Vallabhbhai Patel Was Born In Kheda.


Anand is known as the Milk Capital of India. It became famous for Amul dairy and its milk revolution. Also other famous educational hubs of the city are Vallabh Vidhyanagar and Karamsad.


Vadodara, Gujarat's third largest city, is situated on the banks of the river Vishwamistri and is famous as the cultural capital of Gujarat as well as a centre of educational activities. Vadodara was originally known as Vadapradaka, which means a village amidst Banyan trees.

Chota Udepur

Chhota Udaipur is also known for the Rathwas in and around the city. The Rathwas are known for Pithora painting, usually carried out on the walls of the village houses. The tribal museum of Chhota Udaipur has a large collection of tribal artefacts.


Bharuch is a shopping centre well known for its salty peanuts. Because of the distinctive colour of the soil here that is ideal for cotton cultivation, Bharuch is sometimes referred to as 'Kanam Pradesh' (black soil land).


Popularly known as the diamond city of the world, Surat is a hub for diamond cutting and polishing. It is referred as diamond city because 90 percent of the world's diamonds are polished in this city. It is also famous for its silk fabric and cotton mills.


In 2006 the Ministry of Panchayati Raj named Narmada one of the country's 250 most backward districts. It is one of the six districts in Gujarat currently receiving funds from the BRGF.


The District shares Purna Wildlife Sanctuary with the Districts of Dang and Nandurbar, the latter of which is in Maharashtra. The sanctuary is a part of the Dangs' Forest.


Dang is the home of adivasis who have lived in the forest and highlands of the Dangs region from time immemorial. Shri Hanumanji is believed to have been born at Anjani Kund here. The region is famous for the pristine and scenic Saputara Hill Station.


Tithal Beach is famous for black sand. There is a historic prison in the police headquarters of Valsad. Valsad is also famous for Alphonso mango locally known as haafus. Valsad has connectivity with important cities, like Mumbai, Ahmedabad and Kanpur, through train.


Morbi, a city in the state of Gujarat is known as the ceramic city of India. With more than 900 ceramic manufacturing plants producing an annual turnover of more than INR 20000 crore. ... The Morbi Ceramic Association plays an important role in the development and growth of the Morbi ceramic industry.


Jamnagar is known as 'World's Oil City' because the world's biggest oil refineries, belonging to Reliance Industries and Nayara Energy, are here. Reliance Industries refinery: The Jamnagar Refinery is a private sector crude oil refinery owned by Reliance Industries Limited.


Considered a holy city, Dwarka is a well known for its temples and as a pilgrimage centre for Hindus. The Dwarakadhisa Temple, also called Jagat Mandir, located in the heart of Dwarka, is a Vaishnava temple.


Porbandar is a coastal city in the state of Gujarat, best known for being the birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi. The coastal city is also believed to be the birthplace of Sudama, Lord Krishna's friend and devotee.


Famous for its silk work, gold jewellery and watch parts, Rajkot is a fast developing city of the nation. It also holds a position in top 10 cleanest cities of India. The city was also a home to Mahatma Gandhi as he spent the initial days of his childhood here.


The ancient city of Junagadh is a famous tourism and pilgrimage center in Gujarat and was once the capital of the Nawabs of Junagadh. About 105 km east of Porbandar in Saurashtra peninsula, Junagadh literally means 'old fort'. It is also known as Sorath.

Gir Somnath

Gir is famous for Asiatic lions. The Asiatic lions are endangered species and Gir is the only home for their protection. Somnath is a magnificent temple situated in Sagar Kant of Saurashtra in Gujarat state. One of the 12 holy Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva is in Jyotirlinga here in Somnath.


About 7 km from Amreli in Fattepar Village, place is famous for the seat of Saint BhojalRam, who was Guru… This temple, located in the middle of Amreli city, is 203 years old. Bhurakhiya Hanuman temple is one of the greatest temple of lathi.


Clock Tower in Botad was considered as a prominent attraction once developments started taking place during the reign of Maharaja Krushna Kumar Singhaji and Takht Singhji. Today, Tower Chalk is the central business district on the city.


It has always been an important city for trade with many large and small scale industries along with the world's largest ship-breaking yard, Alang which is located 50 kilometres away. Bhavnagar is also famous for its version of the popular Gujarati snack 'Ganthiya' and 'jalebi'.


Surendranagar is a hub of cotton and ginning activities in India, with a large number of ginning and pressing units. It is one of the largest producers of quality Shankar cotton in world.

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