Holiday Trip in Kutch

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Kutch district (also spelled as Kachchh) is the largest district of Gujarat state in western India, covering 45, 652 square kilometer. The word 'Kutch' literally means something that intermittently becomes wet and dry; a large part of this district is known as 'Rann of Kutch', which is shallow wetland that submerges in water during the rainy season and becomes dry during other seasons. Kutch is surrounded by the Gulf of Kutch and the Arabian Sea in south and west, while northern and eastern parts are surrounded by the Great and Little Rann of Kutch. The history weighs deeply on the Kutch region, as it is home to the Harappan (Indus Valley Civilization) sites. The whole of this region is a visual as well as a shoppers delight with the blue sky and while land, the captivating bazaars selling a range of renowned Kutch handicrafts. If you are worried for booking Kutch holiday packages, checkout the best of them at
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Best Sightseeing Places in Kutch

Parag Mahal:
It is a gigantic Italian marble and sandstone edifice that was in the latter part of the 19th century by Rao Paragmalji. The huge Darbar Hall and the Clock Tower are open for public, however, some parts of this monument is used for various government offices.
Aina Mahal:
Quite adjacent to the Prag Mahal, another magnificent building is Aina Mahal. It is over 350 years' old palace and was built at a cost of Rs. 2 million (in ancient time). This Mahal houses the Maharaja's private collections of royal furniture, arms, paintings, textiles, ivory work and manuscripts etc.
Rao Lakhpatji Chhatri (Cenotaphs Complex):
Formerly, the final resting places of the royals were used to be the Chhatris (cenotaphs- made of red sandstone), which were erected over cremation platforms of the particular rulers. This tradition was started by Rao Lakha in the 18th century. The most notable and attractively carved roof supported by beautifully carved pillar is the main Chhatri of the whole complex.
Kutch Museum:
Renowned to be the oldest museum existed in the state of Gujarat, this museum is a reservoir of having 11 different sections on inscriptions, archaeology, sculpture, coins, currency and paintings of the Kutch state and from almost every country of the world.
Other Tourist Places:
Dadavadi Jain Temple, Swami Narayan Temple, Mohammed Pannah Mosque and Khengar Park & Hamirsar Lake are some of the other tourist attractions.

Best Time for Holidaying in Kutch

Like any other destination, Kutch experiences summer, monsoon and winters. Amongst all seasons, the winter season that lasts from November to February is the best time to visit Kutch, especially on the full moon nights as the reflection of the moonlight on the white sand looks just spectacular. The famous Rann Festival is also conducted during the same time and that adds a lot of activities in and around here. Summers are not suitable as during this time the mercury can rise up to 45 degree Celsius. So, make your Kutch trip plans accordingly.

Must Buy Things from Kutch

Kutch is majorly a barren land but Bhuj (a municipality of Kutch) will surely make your shopping a delightful experience. It is a charming place to buy exciting stuff with few shopping centers. Some of the famous items to buy from here are the camel wool shawls and the embroidered garments with mirror-work. Apart from these items, you can also buy the chunky silver jewellery and carved woodcraft. Tourists flock from every corner of the world and from all over India for shopping in Bhuj, Gujarat. The shopkeepers dress up in traditional clothes. Hodko, Bhirandiyara, Ludiya and other close by villages are famous for their exquisite handicrafts. So, enjoy the most of your Kutch vacation by buying your favorite items and handicraft souvenirs in the city.

Explore Options to Reach Kutch

Before booking Kutch holiday package, you must be aware of the ways how you can reach to this beautiful city of Rajasthan.
By Air
Bhuj airport is the nearest airport to reach Kutch. There are a number of flights connecting Bhuj with the other major cities of India. From airport, you can hire private taxis or board buses.
By Train
Reaching Kutch is very convenient via train. For that, you will have to take a somewhat long route, which is an experience in its own way. You can board the Kutch Express from Mumbai, via Ahmedabad and up to Gandhinagar. From there, hire private taxis or sharing autos to reach Kutch by road.
By Road:
In order to explore Kutch at its best, it is the best way to travel by road. There are a number of buses available from Ahmedabad to Kutch. It is connected to major cities in the state via state buses and taxis. So, select any of the traveling modes and enjoy comfortable Kutch travel.
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