Five Reasons Why Gujarat is Different From other States?

Gujarat is a destination for tourists worldwide, the western State of India, the mysterious realm of Lord Krishna & the birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi. Manchester of the East (Ahmedabad) has transformed Gujarat into the third richest state in India, with the town of Akshardham Temple and the second proposed Green City (Gandhinagar). This is why Gujarat is not the same as other states.
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Gujarat is a destination for tourists worldwide, the western State of India, the mysterious realm of Lord Krishna & the birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi. Manchester of the East (Ahmedabad) has transformed Gujarat into the third richest state in India, with the town of Akshardham Temple and the second proposed Green City (Gandhinagar). This is why Gujarat is not the same as other states.

Gujarat with its wide diversity is one of the most well-developed countries in the world from religion to environment, from economy to culture. Five explanations for Gujarat being different from other countries are given below.

1. For Gandhi Ashram

Gandhi Ashram

In 1915 Gandhi built the first ashram, on the banks of the Sabarmati river, in the vicinity of the Kochrab town. The Sabarmati Ashram was named the centre of Indian independence movements, as well as Harijan Ashram. From here, the renowned Dandi march began. The Ashram still stands as a shrine to Gandhi’s purpose of life as a source of inspiration and guide.

 

2. For The Unique Wildlife

Unique Wildlife

The state has many national parks and reserves, but the Gir Forest National Park near Talala Gir is perhaps the most significant. It is home to India’s only citizens with Asian Lions and one of Asia’s leading protected areas. Formerly hunting grounds on the Maharaja of Bhavnagar and now the home of blackbucks and Nilgases, the Blackbuck National Park at Velavadar was the home of nilgais.

 

3. For Colourful Festivals

Colourful Festivals of Gujarat

In Gujarat some of the country’s most colourful and popular festivals. Maybe Navaratri is the most renowned. During this 10-day festival, poojas are done throughout the day and night, Garba and Dandiya are danced. In the Rann of Kutch, the Rann Utsav conducts various cultural activities, while the International Kite Festival provides bright kites to fill the sky.

 

4. The Rann of Kutch

Rann of Kutch, Gujarat

The Rann of Kutch is bordered by the Thar Desert and the Kutch Gulf, a desert of salt marshes. It extends to the area of Sindh in Pakistan and spans about 10 000 square miles. There are different habitats in Rann’s flooded grasslands. The Rann Utsav Festival is the vibrant venue.

 

5. For Important Pilgrimage Sites

Important Pilgrimage Sites, Gujarat

Some important pilgrimage sites are situated in Gujarat. There is the Somnath Templar which was restored on the Shatrunjaya Hill near Palitana Sacred at Svetambara Jains and of course, the Dwarka, owing to the frequent devastation of Muslim and Portuguese invaders, and even the Palitana Temples, cluster of 800 temples of marble Jain. This old town on the banks of the River Gomti is connected to Krishna’s ancient Kingdom.

 

Last Most important Gujarati Mouth-Watering Food

Gujarati Mouth-Watering Food

Gujarati cuisine is mainly vegetarian, but there is a lot of lip-smacked food in the thali. Each food item is delicious, but you’ll need more. This is delightful since Gujaratis use several spices and other ingredients. Keri no ras, Malpua, Shrikhand, Basundi, Ghari Ghebar or Ghevar, Halvasa, Cholafali, Soonvali, Daal Dhokli, Fafda, Muthia, Sev Khamani, Farzan, Meethi, Sweet Kadhi (Sweet), Bajri no rotlo, Dhebara, Thepala, Sev Tameta nu Shak, Undhiyun, and many other popular cuisines.

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