Places of Interest
A walk through Bhuj’s winding streets leads you to the exquisite palace of Mirrors that houses specimens of intricate panels, lithograph and 18th century paintings, clocks etc.
Founded by sir James Ferguson, the Governor of Bombay under the British rule, this museum comprises of a picture gallery, an archaeological section, weapons and even a cannon presented by Tipu Sultan!
One of the most remarkable excavations of the Indus valley civilizations, this site is an exemplary feat of hydraulic engineering and water conservation systems.
Known for its pristine beaches with crystal clear waters of the Arabian Sea, Mandvi was once a major port and summer retreat of the king-Maharao of Kutch. The old city had a surrounding fort, which can still be seen.
One of the most sacred places of Hindu Pilgrimage, Narayan Sarovar is situated at the western-most tip of India, and has in its precincts one of the 5 holy lakes, with a Shiva temple built around it. The area also houses the Narayan sarovar Sanctuary.
Kalo Dunger (The Black Hill)
Feel at the edge of the earth, on the highest point in Kutch, at 462 meters; here, you can get closest to the Pakistani border. The hill is also the abode of Lord Dattatreya, the Hindu god, in a temple that is 400 years old.
Other Intersting Places
Lakhpat Fort, Hodka Village,Than Monastery, Mata na madh, Koteswar, Ludiya, Tunda Vandh, Mt. Dhinodhar, Kera,Vigha Kot.