Aavo Padharo, Gujarati terms for welcome, since it is here that these words ring true, and the guest is referred to as ‘God,’ and the Gujaratis are gregariously cordial, hospitable, and will tempt you to return again and again.
Gujarat, the home state of Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Nation, stretches out into the Arabian Sea with a hint of the desert and a 1600-kilometer-long coastline. Beaches, temple towns, and ancient capitals are all well-known. Gujarat is known for its wildlife sanctuaries, highland getaways, and natural beauty. Sculpture, handicrafts, the arts, and festivals contribute to the state’s wealth. Gujarat is also one of the most technologically sophisticated states in the country, including the country’s largest petrochemical complex.
Gujarat has traditionally been a prominent centre for the Jains, and the Jain Temple Centers at Palitana and Girnar Hills are two of the most interesting places in the state. Aside from the Jain temples, the state’s main attractions are the Gir Forests, India’s only habitat for Asiatic Lions, a desert ride at the Wild Ass Sanctuary, and Ahmedabad’s stunning Indo-Saracenic architecture. Kutch’s vibrant tribal settlements offer for a memorable visit.
Official Tourism Website: https://www.gujarattourism.com/
Popular tourist attractions Cities in Gujarat:
Ahmedabad Kutch Gir National Park Somnath
Statue of Unity Vadodara Dwarka Saputara
Champaner Junagadh Gandhinagar Diu
Porbandar Bhuj Surat Patan
Dholavira AmbaJi Anand Girnar
Rajkot Himatnagar Bhavnagar Palanpur
Umbergaon Anjar Pirotan Island Dandi Beach
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