Bhuj India
Best Session
October - April
Ideal Duration
Major Airports
30.14 ° C
Weather Type


You can travel to Bhuj via flight, and it also has one of the most popular railway stations. About ten trains pass through Bhuj daily. Gandhidham to Bhuj, Samakhiari to Bhuj, Bhachau to Bhujare are a few famous ones. You can also book a taxi and travel by road. However, you will have first to reach Ahmedabad or Vadodara and then travel to Bhuj if you plan to catch a train or a taxi. Once you reach the city, there are tour packages available, or you can book a taxi. Auto-rikshaws are common in Bhuj, making traveling hassle-free
Bhuj has plenty of historical sites to visit. The Kutch Museum is one of the district’s oldest museums, which was founded in 1877. It is also one of the oldest ones in the Kutch district.It is located opposite Hamirsar Lake, which is a beautiful place to relax. Beautiful palaces to visit, such as the Sharad Baug Palace, the Aaina, and the Prag Mahal. The Swaminarayan Temple has exceptional woodcarvings around the building that depict stories of Lord Krishna and Radha. Bhuj also has several antique embroidery textile stores. Each piece is unique, made with intricate designs and architectural patterns.
Bhuj is the Administrative Headquarters of the Kutch District in Gujarat. On the eastern side of Bhuj, known as Bhujia Hill, lies the Bhujia Fort that separates the city and Madhapar. This town is considered to be the richest town in Asia in terms of bank deposits. The area has two lakes which are Hamirsar and Deshadsar. The best time to arrive at Bhuj for a holiday is during the winters, i.e., December to February. Visiting during the summers means that you will have to pack cotton clothes to face the blazing heat
The region of Bhuj was known to be originally inhabited by the Naga chieftains. Bhujanga was the last Naga chief who is now worshipped as a Snake God. Snakes remain important to the community. Rao Hamir founded Bhuj in 1510. The majority of the people in Bhuj are Gujaratis. The locals speak Gujarati and Hindi. The festivals celebrated with great enthusiasm are Navratri, Diwali, and the Rann Utsav. The food in Bhuj is called Pakwan, and one of the most famous dishes is Kutchi Dabeli. It is made with sweet and tangy bread with several spices and chutneys. There are several other dishes you must try, such as khandvi, dhoklas, theplas, khakras, and the Gujarati thali. Dal
Dhokli is the staple food in Gujarat and also in Rajasthan.

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