kaleidoscope of colours
the northern extremity of the western seaboard of
is rightly called ‘Jewel in the West’. Ahemedabad often described as Manchester
of the East has
a major textile and commercial centre has a fine architectural hertiage , offering
everything for a tourist with wanderlust.
The shaking minarets of Rajpur Bibi and Sidi Bashir mosques and the finely carved screens of
the Sidi Sayyid mosque, are the most remarkable amongst them. The three unique
museums – the Calico Museum of Textiles, the Utensils Museum and the Kite
Museum, present age-old traditions in Craft and leisure. Across the Sabarmati
river stands the ashram of the father of the nation-Mahatma Gandhi.
of Ahmedabad, are the
exquisitely carved sun temples at Modhera. 80 kms to the south lie the ruins of a
great civilization dating back to 3000 B.C. –
Lothal, once a well laid out port
as is evident from the dockyards, streets, houses, and an underground drainage
system as well.
one of the ‘Char Dhams’ of Hindu pilgrimage, situated on the on on the edge of
the Saurashtra peninsula Dwarikadheesh Temple also known as Jagat Mandir believed
to be more than 2500 years old.
with its 863 temples dating back to the 10th, 11th and 12th centuries; and
are both premier Jain pilgrimages in
city known for its textiles and diamonds. from the bastions of the Castle –
’s most important historical monument Marvel at the rich collection at the
temple- a premier Jyotirlinga (deity or luster), which is counted among the twelve
holiest shrines of Shiva in
capital of the Gaekwad rajas, Vadodara or
is a beautiful city with its spacious parks, palaces, museums, art galleries,
temple, and abroad avenues.Junagadh occupy a special place in the history of
Grishmabhuvan, at Sartanji Choro, one of Porbandar’s oldest monuments. at
Porbandar the birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi.or Check out the seashore
palaces the Daria Rajmahal and the
|Let the waves
tickle your toes! The
or enjoying ,water-ski, para sail, ride on speed boats and water
scooters.one of the finest beaches Ahmedpur Mandvi.
Gir the sole habitat of the majestic Asian
Rann of Kutch
, , is primarily known as the Indian Wild Ass Sanctuary. The sanctuary is
the last natural habitat of the Indian Wild Ass, one of the three surviving
species of the Wild Ass in the world.
One can also get a rare insight into the
lifestyles of the numerous ethnic groups and local tribes, wearing unwritten
dress code that reflect the status of the person, there vibrant
costumes, with embroidery, ornate jewellery ,charming demeanor &
simple living characteris is worth seeing in and around the Rann.
historic sites, hill stations, pilgrim centres, wildlife sanctuaries and of
course, miles and miles of beaches. This multi-faceted state has something
exciting to offer every kind of tourist, come explore the splendour of multi-faced
state with Arion .