Bhuj is known as a desert city, with a history going back to realms and domains, royal residences from the standard of the Naga boss, the Jadeja Rajputs, the Gujarat Sultans and the British Raj. With various sanctuaries, little lanes, and conventional painstaking work, the city is one of a kind chronicled locales in India. It is a region in the Kutch locale of Gujarat. The city was left in a condition of demolition after the 2001 tremor is still in the recuperation stage.
Nonetheless, Bhuj interfaces its guests to a scope of civilisations and basic occasions in South Asian history through ancient archeological discovers, leftovers of the Indus Valley Civilization (Harappan), places related with the Mahabharata and Alexander the Great’s walk into India. The place that is known for Bhuj is home to different authentic locales, similar to the 2000-year-old Kshatrapa engravings in the kutch gallery, corridor of mirrors in the Aina Mahal, the ringer pinnacle of Prag Mahal, the models in Ramakund stepwell, and the excellent Hamirsar lake. Thus, Bhuj is a mix of lively history and ethnic societies.
Attractions: Kalo Dungar, Topansar Lake, Bhadreshwar Jain Temple, Marine National Park, Rann Mahotsav, camel safari, camping in tents.
Nearby places: Little Rann of Kutch and Wild Ass Sanctuary, Mandvi, Dholavira, Kutch Museum.
Best Time to visit: October to February.
Peak Season: The winter season is undoubtedly the best time to visit Kutch.
How to Reach
- By Air:Since the Bhuj Airport is a nearby air terminal, it has just a bunch of household departures from select urban communities. Coalition Air is among the constrained carriers facilitated by the Bhuj Airport.There are non-stop departures from Mumbai, and corresponding flights are accessible from Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Marmagoa, Delhi, Chennai and Bangalore.
- By Rail: The Bhuj Railways Station has a few customary trains from different urban communities, for example, Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Bangalore, Bandra, Andheri, Madurai, Banjar, Adilabad, and Kharagpur.
A portion of the conspicuous travel lines incorporate the Jaipur Express, Bhuj BRC Express, JP BDTS Special, Kutch Express, Bareilly Express, Bhuj Dadar Express and the Ala Hazrat Express. Albeit the vast majority of these interfacing trains, there are immediate trains accessible to Ahmedabad.
- By Road: Bhuj possesses very much associated streets with different close by and distant urban communities. In any case, while selecting a taxi or a self-lengthy drive, it is progressively helpful to pick focuses that are generally near Bhuj city. Some of such doable choices incorporate Rajkot, Jamnagar, Patan, Mehsana and Palanpur, which are all a 6-7 hour venture each.