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Randomly selected Culture in Gujarat

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Junagadh
A fluffy, light snack made with a fermented gram flour and yogurt batter which is steamed, cut into square pieces, tempered with mustard seeds and top...
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Porbandar
The gastronomy of this coastal area is high on nutritious value and tastes great. Sev, doodah pak, kasha, shrikhand, dhokla, mohanthal, undhyo, and su...
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Vadodara
Simple yet delicious dessert made from coarsely ground wheat, water, ghee, milk and jaggery - enough to give a sweet blend....
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Ahmedabad
These are made with a batter of gram flower and buttermilk or yoghurt, seasoned and cooked till thick, cut into strips and rolled tightly into bite si...


Randomly selected Destinations in Gujarat

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Bhuj
Situated around 80 km from Bhuj, the village of Dhordo is known for its rich culture and banni hospitality. Handicrafts are an important part of the l...
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Bhuj
The Rann of Kutch is India's largest salt marsh. While the Great Rann of Kutch, sprawled across 7,500 sq km, is famed for its silvery landscapes, the ...
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Surat
Surat, situated on the banks of the Tapi river, used to be a large seaport and is now a center for diamond cutting and polishing and textiles. The ci...
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Ahmedabad
Ahmedabad, also known as Amdavad, is India's first World Heritage City and is located on the banks of the River Sabarmati in the state of Gujarat. It ...


Randomly selected Monuments in Gujarat

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Junagadh
An interesting excursion from Junagadh, about 64 km away, Gondal has many tourist attractions. The 17th century Naulakha Palace is particularly beauti...
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Junagadh
Built by Chandragupta Maurya around 320 BC, Uparkot or the upper citadel has is the oldest part of the city of Junagadh. Its walls are up to 20 m high...
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Junagarh
A fort and town was established at the foothills of Girnar hill during reign of the Maurya Empire and continued to be used during Gupta period, but it...
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Ahmedabad
The Moti Shahi Mahal is a palace built by the Mughal emperor Shahjahan between 1618 and 1622. It now hosts the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Memor...


Randomly selected Nature in Gujarat

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Junagadh
Kaj Lake is situated 10 km eastward of Kodinar town in Junagadh district. It is a tidal regulatory dam constructed by the Irrigation Department, Gover...
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Rajkot
Declared as a sanctuary in 1980, the area has a high educational and recreational value. The sanctuary is managed by Gujarat Ecological Education and ...
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Dang
Purna Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary in the Western Ghats mountain range, in the States of Gujarat and Maharashtra, India. In the South Gu...
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Vadodara
The sanctuary falls in the Dahod district of Central Gujarat and is located very close to the tribal towns, Baria of Dahod district and Chhota Udepur ...


Randomly selected Religious in Gujarat

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Gandhinagar
Mahudi Jain Temple was established by Jain monk, Buddhisagar Suri in 1917 CE ( Magshar Sudi 6, Vikram Samvat 1974). There is an inscription in the Bra...
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Porbandar
Possibly the most important tourist stopover of Porbandar, Kirti Mandir was built in the honour of Mahatma Gandhi and his wife Kasturba Gandhi, right ...
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Porbandar
Sudama Temple is one of the revered sites of Gujarat. This is the only temple in the country dedicated to Sudama, the childhood friend of Lord Krishna...
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Bhavnagar
Situated on a hillock in the center of the city, this popular landmark is a Shiva temple constructed way back in 1893 and named after its patron Takht...