Ranjit Vilas Palace was built by Maharaja of Wankaner H.H. Amarsinhji in Rajkot, Gujarat. It is 225 acres in size as a whole.
One of the most important places to see in Rajkot is the house where Mahatma Gandhi grew up with his parents.
As Rajkot is the birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi, the Kaba Gandhi no Delo is a renowned attraction.
The beautiful limestone carvings in the Khambhalida Caves date back to the 4th or 5th century AD.
Jagat Mandir is a place of worship for all religions. It has statues of gods from Hindu, Christian, Island, and Buddhist faiths.
Lalpari Lake, which is on the outskirts of Rajkot, is a beautiful place to spend an afternoon relaxing.
The Colonel John Watson-dedicated Watson Museum in Jubilee Garden highlights the district's colonial history
Rotary Dolls Museum features dolls from throughout the world. It is an excellent area to spend 1-2 hours, especially with kids.
The Aji Dam, erected on the Aji River in the 1950s, is the most important of 4 dams in this river. The dam on Rajkot's outskirts is called 'lifeline of Rajkot.'
Rajkot's most beautiful spiritual destination. Swaminarayan Sampradaya built the temple in 1998 using Vedic Shilpa Shastra techniques.