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    A temple where the Sun never rise

    Once upon a time, there lived a queen named Kantha Rani. She had two valiant sons. However, one day both of her sons were killed by the invaders who destroyed the entire area and kingdom simultaneously. She had nothing on her hands. She lost control of her emotions and was tremendously unhappy. Her two sons were lost and her kingdom as well. The temple that existed here shows her emotions. She built this temple just to remind us that this kingdom had a severe downfall. This temple showed her tremendous emotions saying,’

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    Tallest Statue of the World- Pride of India

    Statue of Unity is the worlds tallest statue standing at a height of 182 meters. The statue is of the iron man of India “Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel” who was the first home minister of India. The statue is positioned at the shore of the Narmada River facing the Sardar Sarovar Dam. The statue was initiated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

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    Pirotan Island- Worth a visit

    Pirotan Island is an exotic place for nature lovers and marine obsessed folks. Our of the 42 islands Pirotan island is the most popular island and is one of the two islands that is permitted for the visitors, other being the Narala island. Pirotan Island covers an area of 3 square kilometres and this beautiful island is one of forty-two islands in the marine park area, nuzzled within the locality of the Marine National Park in the Jamnagar district on the western coast of Gujarat.

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    Bird lovers- Sight worth visiting

    Vadla is a small village situated in Lakhtar in Surendranagar District of Gujarat. It is located around50 KM from District headquarters Surendranagar. Vadla is a wetland 28 km away from Nalsarovar. The Vadla wetland is now hosting to numerous species of birds. Here folks can go on foot to watch the birds. The sight is a feast to eyes. Lately, water from the Narmada dam has been released attracting various species of birds. You can watch birds with ease and one does not need a ferry/boat to reach close to the birds. You can enjoy the sightseeing of the birds basically in the winter season because that is when the…

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    A small town with stunning beaches

    Umbergaon or typically known as Umergam is a small serene town based in the district of Valsad in Gujarat State. Based on a somewhat hilly region, the town is very adjacent to the Maharashtra border and is known for its numerous beautiful beaches and antique temples. Besides, in 2017, the town became the first in the country to own a Nanotechnology manufacturing plant. In addition to that, the place also has a flourishing film industry. Beach of Umbergaon is the most prevalent tourist magnetism. This beach is visited by numerous tourists and is widespread for its beautiful dusk views, golden sparkling sands and extravagant food. It is the most faultless…

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    Religious site- Somnath Jyotirlinga

    Shree Somnath is primary among the twelve Aadi Jyotirlingas of India. It is located in Prabhas Patan near Veraval in Gujarat. It has a tactical position on the western shoreline of India. It is a significant pilgrimage and sightseer spot of Gujarat. Recreated numerous times within the former after frequent obliteration by invaders and Portuguese this temple was reconstructed in Chaulukya sort of Hindu temple architecture and completed within May 1951. The renovation was accomplished by Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. The site of Somnath has been a pilgrimage site from olden times on account of it being a Triveni Sangam (the confluence of three rivers namely Kapila, Hiran and Sarasvati. Soma…

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    Ran Ki Vaav- One of the largest step well of Gujarat

    Ran Ki Vav is the outstanding step well of Gujarat located in the town of Gujarat. This well was fed by the waters of the Saraswati River and dried out when water became infrequent. Constructed by Queen Udayamati in the tender remembrance of her husband King Bhimdev I of Solanki dynasty, this remarkable piece of architecture is an awesome UNESCO World Heritage Site. The nostalgia of the previous glory is observed in the involved manner and statuettes of the expert craftsmen. Rani-ki-Vav was erected at the altitude of craftsmen’s aptitude in step It was verified that Gujarat had the most fanciful network of roads in India. However, what shocked me…

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    Outstanding Lothal

      Lothal is an outstanding popular destination, which was a part of ancient Indus valley civilization. It is 4500 years old city discovered in 1954. Although the place is not as blooming as it once used to be, the fairy-tale of the ruins is sufficient to tell you the colourful stories about the lives and lifestyle of the people who populated this place once upon a time. This place is full of astonishments and grips a great deal of ancient consequence. Lothal was not only amongst one of the early effective evolution but was also a hub of industrialisation connecting dissimilar nations. Due to its captivating diggings and dramatic unearthing,…

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    Bhuj- Well-known for handicrafts and jewellery

    Bhuj is a well-known capital of Kutch state. It was established by Rao Hamirji in the year 1510. It derives its name from the word Bhujang which literary means the snake. Bhuj has ample historical sites and archaeologists have found out the proofs that trace the place back to the Indus Valley Civilization. It is a place of a kind of its own. It is famous for the handicrafts and jewellery collection you would find at the nook and corner of the city. It is a famous tourist attraction. The city was entirely knocked down during the tragic earthquake that destroyed the city in 2001. However, without losing any kind…