The Rann of Kutch is a large area of salt marshes that span the border between India and Pakistan. It is located mostly in Gujarat, India, and in some parts of Sindh, Pakistan. It is divided into the Great Rann and Little Rann. Many rivers originating in Rajasthan and Gujarat flow into the Rann of Kutch, including the Luni, Bhuki, Bharud, Nara, Kharod, Banas, Saraswati, Rupen, Bambhan, and Machchhu. Kori Creek and Sir Creek, tidal creeks which are part of the Indus River Delta, are located at the western end of the Great Rann.

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Kutch or Rannutsav, a unique manifestation of varied cultural ethos of the region is known for the ethnic flavor and celebrative zest.