Gujarat-“Welcome in Their Language- Avo Padharo”

Tourist Place Name



Western Region of India

Main Attraction

Gandhi Aashram, Bhadra Fort, Sidi Sayad Mosque and Akshardham Temple

Best Time To Visit

Every year August to March


Winter Season Min 04°C to Maxi 13 °C and Summer S

About Gujarat


The enigmatic and friendly people of Gujarat people that the guest is Guest is God and this fact is truly reflected in the words of welcome in their language- Avo Padharo.This state is a unique fusion of old ideas and new innovations.It is a popular tourist destination because of the umpteen no. of beautiful beaches,hills and ports. The beautiful beaches one must visit in Gujarat are Dwarka, Mandvi-Kutch, Chorwad, Porbandar, Tithal, and Gopnath. Pavagadh, Saputara, and Taranga hills add beauty to this place. The major ports worth is being Porbandar, Okha, Veraval and Bhavnagar. This vivacious state boasts of being the birth place of the father of its nation, Mahatma Gandhi.


Must visits include-

  1. Gandhi Aashram
  2. Bhadra Fort
  3. Sidi Sayed Mosque
  4. Akshardham Temple
  5. Vaishnodevi Temple
  6. Kankaria Lake and many more…


Tourist Attractions


 Ahmedabad is situated at the banks of Sabarmati River. It World famous for Sbarmati Ashram (Gandhiji’s Ashram). The major monuments of the city include Teen Darwaza, Ahmed Shah's Mosque, the tombs of Ahmed Shah as well as his queens, Mosque of Sidi Sayid and Jama Masjid. Formerly the capital of Gujarat, is a great place to visit. Here, one can experience a range of Hindu craftsmanship as well as Islamic architecture found in the historical monuments. The attraction of Kankaria Lake, Victoria Gardens, Bhadra Fort, Vaishno Devi Temple and the Akshardham Temple and the must visits here. One can also notice the polls (traditional colonies) dating back to British rule.


Formerly called as Baroda, today the city of Vadodara boasts of regal structures like  Nazarbaug Palace, Laxmi Vilas Palace, Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda , Makarpura Palace, Gandhi Nagar Gruh, Kirti Mandir and Maharaja Fateh Singh Museum. Blessed with so many places, this city is also famous for its parks and museums. Sayaji Bagh is a huge well-laid park and also an important tourist spot. Within the park, there is the Baroda Museum and Art Gallery. This Museum showcases a collection of artifacts, not only including the Indian sculptures as well as manuscripts, but also the Egyptian antiquities, along with Mughal miniatures and masterpieces of the Europeans. Sayaji Bagh has a planetarium and also a small zoo. The Maharaj Fateh Singh Museum, Naulakhi and the Laxmi Vilas Palace are the most famous tourist hubs.

Sasan Gir Lion Sanctuary

Sasan Gir National Park is the only place after the Africa wherein lion has its natural habitat. Here, the Asiatic lion is a majestic sight to experience. One can also spot chital, leopard, chinkara (gazelle), wild ass wild boar, nilgai, four-horned antelope and spotted deer in this forest. It is also home for Peacock (India’s national bird),  monkeys and parrots. Also, there is a crocodile rearing and research center here. One can even have a safari here, but with a special permit. The Gir forest also has the Nalsarovar Lake, for the tourist eye. Also, there is a Lord Krishna temple near the Tulsi Shyam springs.

How to Reach

How to Reach Gujarat

  1. By Rail- This state has an excellent railway network, served by many important trains.
  2. By Air- Apart from the Ahmedabad, international airport, Gujarat has 10 domestic ones which connect the state to the rest of the country.
  3. By Road- There is a total 68,900kms of roadways in the state consisting of State highways, National Highways, as well as other roads connecting this state with the rest of this country. One could say that the roads in this state are in a good condition indeed.

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