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Gujarat

Introduction
Sabarmati Ashram, GujaratTourists exploring the western part of the Indian subcontinent would always like to make a trip to the state of Gujarat. And this is just not because of the almost-extinct Asiatic Lions, there are more reasons to it. You have temple towns and ancient historical capitals to explore. Being a prosperous textile industry in the past years, Gujarat offers you wonderful opportunities of shopping. Apart from that, the state is known for its toothsome culinary delights. You must be aware that Gujarati cuisine has the eminence of being on the best-tasting vegetarian cuisine list in the world.

Climate
The southern part of the state has moist climatic conditions whereas the northern region remains dry. March, April and May are the summer months. Winter extends from November to February. The southwest monsoons bring a good amount of rainfall to the state between June and September. You can plan your trip to Gujarat during the winter months.

Important Cities & Towns
Gujarat can be segregated into the mainland, the Gulf of Combay and the Gulf of Kutch. The mainland comprises cities of Ahmedabad, Surat and Baroda. Tourists can plan visits to places like Rajkot, Jamnagar, Bhavnagar, Ahmedabad (state capital). Ahmedabad, established by Ahmed Shah in 1411, is an important district of the state, both in terms of history and architecture. Surat, the textile hub of the country, is home to a number of multinational companies. Junagadh, Vadodara and Gandhinagar are the other famous destinations in the state of Gujarat.

People & Culture
Somnath Temple, GujaratThe people of Gujarat trace their descent to Gurjars who are believed to arrive in India with the Huns. One will also find a race called Kutchis who have migrated from Sindh. The others include the Jadeja Rajputs, the Lohanas, the Maldharis and the Rabaris. Whatever races they might belong to, they will always make you aware that Gujarat is a land steeped in history and traditions. The International Kite Festival (On the 14th January every year) at Ahmedabad attracts a good number tourists from all over. The much-awaited event of Navaratri can be a perfect window to the customs and traditions of the Gujrati people.

Famous Travel Attractions
Let's begin with Sasangir – the biggest draw for tourists in Gujarat. The jungles of Gir are the only place to shelter the Asiatic Lions, outside Africa. Besides the fearful symmetry of the lions, you can also plan your encounters with animals like sambar, chital, nilgai, chinkara, Indian deer. Heading towards Ahmedabad, you would like a visit to the renowned Sabarmati Ashram, founded by Mahatama Gandhi. The ashram still today treasures the memorabilia of this dignified soul. Pilgrims can plan trips to Dwarka and the very historical Somnath Temple. Bhuj and Patan are the other must-see places here.

Air/ Rail/ Road Links
Ahmedabad has an international airport whereas there are 10 domestic airports in the state. Air India, Indian Airlines, Jet Airways, Air Sahara, Spice Jet, Air Deccan and Kingfisher Airlines are the major airlines operating at these airports. Several mail and express trains run to the major cities of Gujarat from different parts of the country. Road routes too are well established. The GSRTC runs numerous intercity and interstate buses connecting various cities of the state and the country.



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