Explore The Beautiful Bharuch: The Black Soil Land Of Gujrat!

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Ruchika Mandora

Several historical temples, sites, and architecture from the 14th century are in Bharuch. It's well connected by road, train, and air to other major cities.

It is a great place to visit in Bharuch, named for its location on the Narmada River. A public park with a stunning outlook, it offers evening walks, boats, and picnics.

Narmada Park

The Hindu temple Mandir is famous for its old carvings. Views and architecture make the temple popular.

BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir

The Golden Bridge in Bharuch crosses the Narmada River. It's a popular tourist spot with excellent river and landscape views.

Golden Bridge

This Shiva temple has beautiful architecture and carvings. This joins the city's old temples with stunning views and intricate carvings.

Nilkantheshwar Temple

Dashashwamedh Ghat on the Narmada River is a popular bathing spot. Hindus worship here and cleanse evil spirits.

Dashashwamedh Ghat

Believed to date back to the second century. Kadia Dungar is one of the oldest Buddhist sites in India, and its cave is a major attraction.

Kadia Dungar Buddhist Cave

It is known for its old sculptures and the way they were carved. It is dedicated to Lord Shiva, who is known as the city's protector.

Guman Dev Mandir

This place has beautiful architecture and views. One of the fort's highlights is the Narmada River views from the top.

Bharuch Fort