Gujarat is marked as one the 6th largest state of India and is in the western part of India. It is also considered......
Gujarat is marked as one the 6th largest state of India and is in the western part of India. It is also considered as one of the most popular tourist regions in the country and every year more than 10 million people visit this place. 1600 km long coastline is breathtaking, pre-historic cave architecture juxtaposed with glorious & magnificent Jain temples and has a vast stretches of Dinosaur fossils. A holiday to Gujarat can turn out to be anything like socially rich, wild or depraved.
Gandhinagar is the State Capital of Gujarat. It is named after ‘Gandhi’, the father of the nation and is situated 32 kms away from Ahmedabad. Surat, Ahmedabad, Rajkot and Baroda are some major cities of Gujarat which have been located to have the finest of tradition, architecture, history, culture and philosophy of Gujarat in an ether of extravagance, beauty and luxury.
Gujarat is very famous for its culture. The festivals and fairs are full of interest, entertaining and religious. It is known world over for its Navratri festivity which sees individuals engrossed in the essence of dance for nine nights. Folks have implemented this traditional dance and its wide-ranging formulae by the name of ‘Garba’ and ‘Raas.
Language is the very heart of our soul. Although the principal language of Gujarat is ‘Gujarati’ and other languages spoken are Hindi and English, Gujarat encompasses many languages and dialects throughout to its many regions, castes and traditions. People of North Gujarat speak ‘northern Gujarati’, Central Gujarat speaks ‘Charotari’, Saurashtra speaks ‘Kathiawadi’, South Gujarat speaks ‘Surti’ and Kutchh speaks ‘Kutchi.’ Mostly we will find that the Gujarati food is vegetarian. It is not very spicy and sweet than those of the adjacent states. Kadhi, Undhyoo and Paunk are some of the famous Gujarati food.
In Gujarat, men generally wear trousers and shirts and young women normal western outfits like skirts, dresses, jeans, etc. In pastoral parts, people are found to wear dhotis and kurtas or bandis. Their traditional outfits are chania choli for women and kedia dress is for men in rural areas or through cultural festivals.
It is also a heaven for bird-spectators and environment fans. Deciduous forests, desert plains, grasslands, and nautical locations have made Gujarat one of the most enjoyable place for bird watching and wildlife inspecting. Some of the famous wildlife sanctuaries and national parks are the Marine National Park, Gir National Park, Indian Wild Ass Wildlife sanctuary.
The finest period to visit Gujarat is in the slight winter months from November to March. During the monsoon season, maximum Gujaratis return to home on leave. The monsoon passé has its appeal when the air is cool, and the sky is over casted. The temperature in the Gujarat shows comparatively slight difference, but there are great contrasts in the rainfall from South to North.
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