Gujarat is a land of color, love, beauty, business, and exuberance.
Famous for being the state of rich culture and heritage, Gujarat is one of the most jubilant states in India. Let’s celebrate the Gujarati culture today, for its own day.
There are many attractive places to visit in Gujarat. Gujarat offers the scenic beauty of the hills of Saputara and the scenic beauty of White Rann of Kutch. It is called the kingdom of lions as it is best known for the Asiatic lions.
The historical and regional tourist places including Dwarka, Somnath, Palitana, and Pavagad are some places best known for.
Importance of Lord Krishna in Dwarka, the presence of Lord Shiv in Somnath, the Jain temples at Palitana and most importantly the hills and the natural beauty of Saputara known to the Kashmir of Gujarat and the Girmal falls at Saputara increases the beauty of Gujarat. Gujarat is known for GIR. The Asiatic lions at Gir and the temple to go and climb 10,000 stairs hiking there increases the tourism and the importance of religion and adventure.
The Sabarmati Ashram giving us the remembrance of Mahatma Gandhi, and including the World's tallest statue of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, the statue of UNITY building up the values of freedom fighters and increasing the tourism there.
Gujarat is best known for its folk dance GARBA and the festival Navratri.
The people of Gujarat celebrate the festival of Navratri 9days by worshipping the 9 forms of DURGA MA and playing garba for 9 days.
Gujarat is known for its food: Thepla, Dhokla, Fafda, etc....(remembering the dialogue of 3idiots)
The traditional cuisine is so varied that it strikes the right cords with all the tastes buds present in the human body. The Gujarati Thali is like a huge combination of sweets, farsans, roti, Kadhi, sabzi and much more. The Gujarati food has a hint of sweetness in it that makes it unique in its true sense. And, you can’t miss out on the Gujarati snacks like Ganthia, Fafda, Chakri, Mathia… the list is never ending!!
Gujarat is famous for its handicrafts. The best part about these
handicrafts is that Gujarat is that the innate culture of the land is
perfectly blended in the craft.
Apart from the beautiful culture, Gujarat has some mesmerizing landscapes that will leave you awestruck. White Rann of Kutch is one such place that welcomes people from across the world and celebrates the white beauty of nature. The Rann is complemented with the rich Kutchi culture.
So, come visit the land where Saraswati once flowed, around the Buddhist circuit in the Gujrat, enjoy the monsoon of Saputara, Learn the importance of freedom fighters from the statue of UNITY, Seek blessings from Lord Krishna and Lord Shiva, and there is always the Rann of Kutch to visit.