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Scenic Tour of Bhuj

Bhuj is famous for its historical importance and has attracted tourists and explorers from far and wide. The city got its name from the Bhujiyo Dungar hill that was believed to have been the house of the great serpent Bhujang. In fact there is a cave here that locals believe was the place where the serpent rested

Though a major earthquake in 2001 rattled the city and caused the destruction of few of its monuments, the ruins still emit the grandeur that they once held. Travellers coming here are held in awe by the majestic monuments and the beautiful architecture that they boast of. Here is a pictorial guide to the monumental city of Bhuj.

 

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Sharad Baug Palace

Sharad Baug Palace

The ruins of Sharad Baug Palace.

Photo Courtesy: Gujarat Tourism

 

Ramkund Step-well

Ramkund Step-well

Many steps leading to the well.

Photo Courtesy: Gujarat Tourism

 

Prag Mahal

Prag Mahal

The house of royalty.

Photo Courtesy: Gujarat Tourism

 

Aina Mahal
 

Aina Mahal

The corridor of Aina Mahal.

Photo Courtesy: calliopejen

 

Bharatiya Sanskriti Darshan

Bharatiya Sanskriti Darshan

The many sculptures at the Bharatiya Sanskriti Darshan.

Photo Courtesy: Gujarat Tourism

 

Bhujodi

Bhujodi

A weaver at work in Bhujodi.

Photo Courtesy: Gujarat Tourism

 

The Black Hills (Kalo Dungar)

The Black Hills (Kalo Dungar)

The home of the great serpant Bhujang.

Photo Courtesy: Gujarat Tourism

 

Dhamadka

Dhamadka

Artistic designs on block prints.

Photo Courtesy: Gujarat Tourism

 

Kera

Kera

A ruined temple of Lord Shiva.

Photo Courtesy: Gujarat Tourism

 

Kutch Museum

Kutch Museum

Cannons on display at the Kutch Museum.

Photo Courtesy: Gujarat Tourism

 

Swaminarayan Temple

Swaminarayan Temple

A beautiful sculpture in the courtyard of the temple.

Photo Courtesy: Gujarat Tourism

 

Deserted Stairs

Deserted Stairs

Stairs leading to the audience hall of Parag Mahal.

Photo Courtesy: nevil zaveri

 

 

 

Royal Chhatardis

Royal Chhatardis

The tombs of the royal family.

Photo Courtesy: Gujarat Tourism

 

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