Gujarat, India's westernmost state, has varied terrain and numerous sacred sites. In its urban center of Ahmedabad is the Calico Museum of Textiles, displaying antique and modern Indian fabrics. Spiritual leader Mahatma Gandhi's base from 1917–1930 was Sabarmati Ashram, where his living quarters remain on view. The Jama Masjid, built in the 15th century, has a huge courtyard and a columned design. In the capital Gandhinagar, the pink-sandstone Hindu temple Akshardham stands within a garden complex. Bhuj contains the ornate Aina Mahal (Hall of Mirrors) and Kutch Museum, known for its 1st-century Kshatrapa inscriptions. Modhera’s 11th-century Sun Temple features 52 elaborately carved pillars. Patan is noted for the Rani Ki Vav, a monumental 11th-century stepwell. In the southeast, Shatrunjaya is a Jain pilgrimage locale with hundreds of hilltop temples. Other pilgrimage sites on the west coast include Dwarkadhish Temple and Somnath Temple. Gir Forest National Park is a sanctuary for the rare Asiatic lion.
Sabarmati Ashram

Sabarmati Ashram is located in the Sabarmati suburb of Ahmedabad, Gujarat, adjoining the Ashram Road, on the banks of the River Sabarmati, four miles from the town hall.
Gir Forest National Park

Gir Forest National Park is a wildlife sanctuary in Gujarat, western India. It was established to protect Asiatic lions, who frequent the fenced-off Devalia Safari Park, along with leopards and antelopes.
Laxmi Vilas Palace

The term Maharaja Palace actually refers to a series of palaces in Vadodara, Gujarat, India, constructed since the Gaekwad, a prominent Maratha family, started ruling the Baroda State. 

Lothal is one of the most prominent cities of the ancient Indus valley civilization, located in the Bhāl region of the modern state of Gujarāt and dating from 3700 BCE.
Prag Mahal

Prag Mahal is a 19th-century palace located next to the AinaMahal in Bhuj, Gujarat, India.
Mahabat Maqbara Palace

Mahabat Maqbara Palace, also Mausoleum of Bahauddin Hussain Bhar, is a mausoleum in Junagadh, India, that was once home to the Muslim rulers the Nawabs of Junagadh.
Kaba Gandhi No Delo

Kaba Gandhi No Delo, Rajkot was Indian leader Mahatma Gandhi's primary family home in India until 1915, including during those years when he stayed in London and in South Africa.
Shri Swaminarayan Mandir

Shri Swaminarayan Mandir is a temple complex in Bhuj, Kutch district, Gujarat which is managed by Nar Narayan DevGadi of the SwaminarayanSampraday, a sect of Hinduism. 
Dwarkadhish Temple

The Dwarkadhish temple, also known as the JagatMandir and occasionally spelled Dwarakadheesh, is a Hindu temple dedicated to the god Krishna, who is worshiped here by the name Dwarkadhish, or 'King of Dwarka'.
Nageshvara Jyotirlinga

Nageshvara Jyotirlinga is one of the 12 Jyotirlinga shrines mentioned in the Shiva Purana. Nageshvara is believed to be the first such shrine. 

Patan, the former capital of Gujarat, is a place famous for Patolas sarees, one of the finest hand-made textiles in the world. One can see this exquisite fabric being woven here. The Patan Patola is one of the finest hand-woven textiles produced the world over. It combines the art of tying and dyeing of the warp and weft threads and their weaving together when each warp thread is carefully placed against the corresponding colors of the weft. Also known as the double Ikat, it is woven only in Bali, Indonesia besides Patan.

Modhera is located in the western Indian state of Gujarat. The place is well connected to other places in the region with a good network of roads.

Kutch, India’s Wild West, is a geographic phenomenon. It derives its name from katchua or kachbo, meaning a tortoise, and is surrounded by seawater. With its notable mud architecture, a medley of craft traditions, and exquisite apparel, this eminently colorful and culturally rich land has a wonderful handcrafted feel. Stretching along the Tropic of Cancer, from Rajasthan to the edge of Pakistan and the Arabian Sea, Kutch covers a little over 45000 sq km and is geographically one of India's largest and most distinctive districts.

Ahmedabad, in western India, is the largest city in the state of Gujarat. The Sabarmati River runs through its center. On the western bank is the Gandhi Ashram at Sabarmati, which displays the spiritual leader’s living quarters and artifacts. Across the river, the Calico Museum of Textiles, once a cloth merchant's mansion, has a significant collection of antique and modern fabrics. In the labyrinthine alleyways of the walled old city, you’ll find temples and pols, clusters of interconnected houses with ornate wooden facades. Also, there are historic mosques such as the Sidi Saiyad Masjid, with its famous lattice stone windows, and the Jumma (or Jama) Masjid, constructed from the remnants of Jain and Hindu temples in the early 1400s. Several green spaces dot the city, including Law Garden, the site of a well-known clothing and crafts market. Many restaurants serve the Thali platter, Gujarat's iconic assortment of seasonal vegetarian dishes.

Dwarka is an ancient city in the northwestern Indian state of Gujarat. It’s known as a Hindu pilgrimage site. The ancient Dwarkadhish Temple has an elaborately tiered main shrine, a carved entrance, and a black-marble idol of Lord Krishna. Dwarka Beach and nearby Dwarka Lighthouse offer views of the Arabian Sea. Southeast, Gaga Wildlife Sanctuary protects migratory birds and endangered species like the Indian wolf.

Somnath derives its name from its famous Somnath Temple, Somnath meaning The Protector of Moon God. According to the legend, the conceited Moon, otherwise called Chandra became so arrogant that her father-in-law cursed her to fade away. She prayed to Lord Shiva

Vadodara, formerly called Baroda, is a city in Gujurat, a state in western India. Kirti Mandir is the mausoleum of the Gaekwad dynasty, which ruled until 1949. It has murals by Bengali artist Nandalal Bose. Tambekar Wada is a 4-story wooden townhouse with 19th-century murals depicting scenes from the Mahabharata epic poem. The Lakshmi Vilas Palace features both Indian and European architectural styles. On the banks of the Vishwamitri River, statues dot Sayaji Baug, a garden containing the Baroda Museum and Picture Gallery, with Egyptian artifacts and natural history exhibits. Also on the grounds is the Sardar Patel Planetarium, which has shows about the universe. In the middle of the city is man-made Sur Sagar Lake, with a statue of Lord Shiva at its center. East of the lake, Lehripura Gate’s decorative arches form the entrance to the old city. South of the lake, Khanderao Market houses fruit, and flower stalls. Outside the city is Dabhoi Fort, founded in the 6th century, with its 4 gates, including the ornately carved Hira Bhagol.

Champaner is a historic city in the state of Gujarat, in western India. It is located in Panchmahal district, 47 kilometers from the city of Vadodara. The city was briefly the capital of the Sultanate of Gujarat. It was founded by Vanraj Chavda, the most prominent king of the Chavda Dynasty, in the 8th century. He named it after the name of his friend and general Champa, also known later as Champaraj. By the later 15th century, the Khichi Chauhan Rajputs held Pavagadh fort above the town of Champaner. The young Sultan of Gujarat, Mahmud Begada, deciding to attack Champaner, started towards it with his army on 4 December 1482. After defeating the Champaner army, Mahmud captured the town and besieged Pavagadh, the well-known hill-fortress, above Champaner, where king Jayasimha had taken refuge. He captured the Pavagadh fort on 21 November 1484, after a siege of 20 months. He then spent 23 years rebuilding and embellishing Champaner, which he renamed Muhammadabad, after which he moved the capital there from Ahmedabad.

Palitana is located in the western Indian state of Gujarat, 51 km southwest of Bhavnagar. It is a part of the Saurashtra region famed for its spectacular temple sites, cities, beautiful beaches, and wildlife. The town has a good road and rail network that connects it to the other cities of Gujarat, especially Bhavnagar.

Saputara is a hill town in the west Indian state of Gujarat. The Artist Village cultural center displays, and sells, tribal arts and crafts. Artifacts, including ritual objects, trace the heritage of the local Dang tribe at Saputara Tribal Museum. Green spaces with picnic spots include the Step Garden and the Lake Garden, set on Lake Saputara. Governor’s Hill Trail offers views of the surrounding rivers and valleys.

Junagadh is a city in the western Indian state of Gujarat. Mahabat Maqbara is the huge 19th-century mausoleum of a local ruler, which showcases intricate Indo-Islamic architectural details. Uparkot Fort, founded around 300 BC, has city views from its ramparts. Within the fort are the stone-cut step-wells Adi Kadi Vav and Navghan Kuwo, plus Buddhist caves. To the west, Darbar Hall Museum is housed in a former palace. The museum displays items including weapons, armor and royal portraits, plus a carpet woven in the local jail. To the north, Sakkarbaug Zoological Garden shelters endangered local species such as the Asiatic lion. East of the city, a white building contains 14 of the Ashoka Rock Edicts, huge stones on which Emperor Ashoka, an ancient ruler who converted to Buddhism, preserved his edicts for a virtuous life. Farther east, pilgrims climb sacred Mount Girnar via stepped paths, past hundreds of Hindu and Jain temples dotted over its 5 summits.

Bhuj is a city in the state of Gujarat, western India. It’s known for its centuries-old buildings. Close to Harmirsar Lake, the 18th-century AinaMahal palace is elaborately decorated with chandeliers, mirrors, and semi-precious stones. Nearby, the Italian Gothic style PragMahal palace has a bell tower that overlooks the city, and a courtyard containing a Hindu temple. Along the lake, Shree SwaminarayanMandir is a huge, marble-domed temple constructed in the aftermath of the earthquake. Nearby, the 19th-century Kutch Museum exhibits regional coins, musical instruments, and tribal artifacts. Close to the museum, the RamkundStepwell is a tank where stone carvings of Hindu deities surround stairs leading down to the water. West of the lake in tree-lined SharadBaug Park, SharadBaug Palace is a former royal residence that now exhibits paintings, furniture, and animals. On the outskirts of the city, a Hindu temple and the ruins of an 18th-century fort stand atop Bhujia Hill.

Gandhinagar is a planned city in the western Indian state of Gujarat. The Akshardham is a massive Hindu temple with ornate carvings and sculpted pillars, plus a water show in its sprawling gardens. DandiKutir museum traces the life of leader Mahatma Gandhi, who was born in Gujarat. South, along the Sabarmati River, the Indroda Nature Park has a zoo and botanical gardens, plus an adjacent dinosaur and fossil park.

Rajkot is a city in the western Indian state of Gujarat. In central Jubilee, Garden are the Lang Library, with Gujarati literature, and the Watson Museum, with paintings and artifacts documenting British colonial rule. Kaba Gandhi No Delo, the house where Mahatma Gandhi spent part of his childhood, displays photos of the Indian leader and his belongings. The Rotary dolls museum exhibits dolls from around the world.

Porbandar is a coastal city in the Indian state of Gujarat, perhaps best known for being the birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi and Sudama. It is the administrative center of Porbandar district.

Surat is a large city beside the Tapi River in the west Indian state of Gujarat. Once known for silk weaving, Surat remains a commercial center for textiles, and the New Textile Market area is lined with fabric shops. Overlooking the river, Surat Castle was built in the 1500s to defend the city against Portuguese colonists. Nearby, the Dutch, Armenian and English cemeteries contain elaborate colonial-era tombs. The Science Centre complex is home to interactive exhibits and a 3D cinema. Its Diamond Gallery documents the city’s major role in the Indian diamond industry. To the northeast, lions, tigers, and spotted deer inhabit the leafy Sarthana Nature Park. Near a bend in the Tapi River, the 17th-century Chintamani Jain Temple has a decorative interior featuring paintings made with vegetable dye. Southwest of Surat, on the shore of the Arabian Sea, is lively Dumas Beach. Dandi Beach, farther south, was a significant stop during Mahatma Gandhi’s Salt March in 1930 when he led a peaceful protest against British rule.
Best Time To Visit Gujarat

Gujarat has a hot semi-arid climate and is very dry most of the year. Popular travel periods include May to June before the peak monsoon rains around July to August. Winter is from December to February, also a peak travel period is warm with some cool evenings.

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