Bhuj Awaits You,  Explore The Stunning Tourist Spot In Gujarat!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

Bhuj is the administrative headquarters of Kachchh District, the most populous and geographically significant district in Gujarat. It is a significant commercial center region.

Bhuj's Vande Mataram Memorial museum attracts tourists. The museum commemorates troops who died in the Revolt of 1857 and 1947 Freedom Movement.

Vande Mataram Memorial

Prag Mahal, located in the outskirts of the historic town of Bhuj, is one of India's architectural marvels and the pride of Bhuj Tourism.

Prag Mahal Museum

The Aina Mahal palace, also known as the 'Hall of Mirrors,' was built during the extravagant rule of Lakhpatji in the middle of the eighteenth century.

The Aina Mahal

Hill Garden is set atop a hill and spans an area of more than 22 acres. Also called 'Hanging Garden' in Bhuj.

Hill Garden

The White Desert, often known as the Great Rann of Kutch, has become synonymous with vacation in Gujarat. The White Desert is also the most significant salt-arid region.

The White Desert

The Kutch Museum, the oldest museum in Gujarat, is renowned for its collection of Kutchi Script and antique coins.

Kutch Museum

Hiralaxmi Craft Park in Bhujodi village, Kutch, has 10 acres. The artisans can display and sell their work.

Hiralaxmi Memorial Craft Park

Lord Shiva's temple was built 700 years ago. Lord Subramnayar became the god of Subramanyar Kovil. It enhances meditation and serenity.

Bhuj Haat Market

Shri Swaminarayan Temple was the first of several Sampradey Swaminarayan temples to be constructed in 1822.

Shree Swaminarayan Temple

Hamirsar Lake is an artificial lake located in the centre of Bhuj, Gujarat, about 4 km from the Bhuj Railway Station. It is the largest lake created by humans in the Kutch region.

Hamirsar Lake