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    Nargol Beach- One of a kind

    Nargol beach is the closest beach from the border of Maharashtra state while entering the state of Gujarat. Since it is located South of Gujarat and yet uncharted the beach is pretty spotless and clean. You will only see residents of Nargol town which are comparatively very less in number. Also, you won’t get much to eat on the beach. Ideally, people carry food from home and spend about 3-4 hours over here. Pre-wedding shoots are on high these days and such locations are preferred by high-class photographers and videographers. So, it is considered as one of the finest spaces to bud pre-wedding gear. All in all, a virgin beach…

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    Incomparable hill station in Gujarat- Saputara

    Incomparable hill stations in Gujarat- Saputara is snuggled in the Sahyadris or the Western Ghats. Saputara is an old-fashioned tiny hill station in the Dang district of Gujarat. Prevalent for lavish green forests, rippling mountains, alluring waterfalls, wistful winding roads and is thus favourite amongst tourists. It is located at a height of 875 metres above sea level and is a picture-perfect escape for eco-lovers, nature enthusiasts and individuals who love adventure sports. Saputara is Gujarat’s only hill station. A tribal abode, Saputara stems its name from the snake God implored by the tribal populace in the civic. Saputara literally means habitat of serpents and the tribal of this region…

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    Enchanting Gir- National wildlife sanctuary

    Gir is the jewel of the ecological system of Gujarat. It is mainly famous for the Asiatic lions and is the only place for the lions on the Globe apart from Africa. Typically known as Gir National Park and wildlife sanctuary it is a sanctuary that is located near the Talala Gir in the state of Gujarat. At a point of an era, there were only a dozen of lions left in the place and that became a serious issue of concern. It was Nawab of Junagadh who initiated the steps for the preservation of the lions and thus sanctuary came into existence. It the joint effort of the government…

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    Devbhoomi Dwarka- The lost city

    Dwarka was built with the blessings of Samudra dev. A folk tale says that Samudradev, Lord of Sea gifted Lord Krishna with twelve Yojanas of land and it was Vishwakarma who is also known as the celestial architect built the city with fantastic architecture that is hard to be found today. The new kingdom of Lord Krishna- Dwarka, thus flourished. It is one of the Sapta Puri means one of the seven sacred cities and Char Dham that stands for one of the divine abodes of the Four mentioned. It is said to be established again in the 7th Century by the great sage Sankaracharya. It has its divine importance.…