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Gujarat Tour Packages

Khushbu Gujarat ki

Gujarat is a vibrant Indian state located in the western region of the country. It is known for its rich culture, beautiful architecture, and stunning landscapes. The state is home to some of the most famous tourist attractions in India such as the ancient city of Dwarka, the vibrant Sabarmati Riverfront, the Gir National Park, and the historical city of Ahmedabad. Gujarat also offers a variety of activities such as sailing, wildlife safaris, and camel rides. The state is also known for its delicious cuisine, which includes a variety of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. Gujarat is the perfect destination for travelers looking for a unique and memorable experience.

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Main Attractions in Gujarat












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Gir National Park

Exploring the Flavors of Gujarat: A Guide to the Famous Food and Festivals

Gujarat is becoming more and more popular with travelers; Gujarat is famous for its traditional culture and cuisine. The Arabian Sea falls on the western side giving Gujarat a long coastline. Heavy tourism is seen here during the Navratri festival but in other months also there are several tourist attractions and destinations that lure tourists to visit the Vibrant State of Gujarat.

Festival of Gujarat!

The festivities in Gujarat are celebrated in a grand manner. The festival of Navratri is very popular in Gujarat and people from all over visit Gujarat during this celebration. It is celebrated throughout Gujarat. The cities are beautifully decorated all over the state. Gujarat is famous for many festivals, from Navratri to Diwali, Janamashtmi, or kite festival every festival here is celebrated here with grandeur.


Gujarat Navratri Festival       

International Kite Festival

Rann Utsav             


Bhavnath Mahadev Fair


1. Gujarat Navratri Festival

Navratri in Gujarat is a much-awaited festival, people from all over India and even from overseas visit Gujarat during this festival. The nine nights here are celebrated with devotion towards the goddesses, and also a whole lot of fun. The traditional dances of Garba and Dandiya are performed here by people wearing the traditional Gujarati attires with mirror work. There are numerous fairs, flea markets, and food stalls to give you an amazing experience. The Gujarat Navratri Festivals are the most popular and famous Gujarat Tourist Attractions.

2. International Kite Festival:
International Kite Festival is a fun-filled celebration where people from all over the world come to participate with the most colorful and huge kites. This is also the celebration of the festival of Uttarayan in Gujarat and all over India. This festival is celebrated to mark the day when winter is ending and summers are round the corner, this festival also marks the onset of harvesting season for the farmers. The kite festival in Gujarat is celebrated with great zeal and it is a day full of joy and amusement. 

3. Rann Utsav:
Rann Utsav is celebrated at The Wonderful Rann Of Kutch, a salt marsh in the Thar Desert that covers an area of approximately 7,500 square kilometers. Amongst the many Gujarat Tourist Attractions this one is the most exciting one, with enthralling authentic handcrafted items, music, traditional ornaments, and Bandhini sarees.  The Kutch festival justifies Gujarati folk culture at its purest form and you will encounter the stunning white sand beauty. For a divine experience, try Gujarati cuisine while staying in tents in the desert. 

4. Janmashtami

The cheering Janmashtami celebrations memorialize the birth of Lord Krishna. You have probably seen a crowd build a massive pyramid, while one of them climbs to the highest level to break the Dahi handi, much to the delight of the crowd. This popular Gujarati religious event is known for the Dahi handi festivities, dancing, and religious singing, and going to feed Lord Krishna his favorite food, butter. Janmashtami in Dwarka is the most enjoyable time in the city because it is full of joy and happiness. Book our Dwarka with Somnath Tour Packages to celebrate this Janmashtami in Shravan month 2021 in Gujarat.

5. Bhavnath Mahadev Fair

The Bhavnath Mahadev Fair, dedicated to Bhagwan Shiv, is a Gujarati event celebrated for 5 days during Mahashivratri in February month. One of the most important religious sites in Junagadh is the Bhavnath Mahadev Temple, which is located in the valley of the Girnar Hills. The events associated with the fair are very vibrant. Elephants adorned in beauty are a regular sight. The promoters provide free meals to guests during this fair. There are particularly unique stalls selling idols, sarees from Ayodhya and Mathura, brass and copper utensils, sweets, and fruits. Music and dance performances make the perfect event. It is the most famous festival of Gujarat.

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Famous Food of Gujarat!

Gujarat, the Jewel of Western India, is also well known for its delectable and elaborate cuisine. Even though the food here is mainly vegetarian and does not contain any eggs and meat, it is yummy and has a wide appeal, irrespective of a person’s palate choices. Furthermore, Gujarati food is delicious. An authentic Gujarati thali includes Gujarati dal, Kadhi, shaak or sabzi, rice, rotli or phulka or chapatti, aamras or mango pulp, and a few snacks such as muthiya, dhokla, and so on. Gujarati snacks such as dhokla, fafda, handva, and khakra can be found almost anywhere in India and are among the most popular foods among Indians worldwide. However, some dishes cannot be experienced at their authentic best unless you travel to the state itself. Below is the list of Famous food items of Gujarat:

  • Khaman Dhokla

  • Undhiyu

  • Khakhra

  • Thepla

  • Fafda-jalebi

  • Khandvi

  • Surati Undhiyu

  • Gathiya

  • Gujarati Kadhi

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Crafts of Gujarat

Gujarat is home to various types of crafts. Gujarat’s wood crafts, printed, beadwork, woven clothes, and Kathiawar embroidery of Gujarat are the definition of festivals and folklore. The exclusive variety of such works of artisans and weavers imbued with the cultural and social shades of the city from which they have emerged is one-of-a-kind in nature and craftsmanship. One can see a reflection of Gujarat’s diversity in its art and craft collection. Gujarat is divided into districts, each specializing in various types of art. The Crafts of Gujarat is a stunning combination of colors, stitches, embroidery, and patterns. Gujarat has a plethora of opulent handicrafts options, ranging from colorful tie-dye to sophisticated wooden antiques. People who are interested in handicrafts should plan a trip to Gujarat. Here is a list of Specialty of Gujarat:

  • Patola

  • Bandhani

  • Hand Block Printing

  • Rogan Painting

  • Warli Painting

  • Zari (Thread work)

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