Welcome to Mandvi

The town itself is also quite attractive. Mandvi suffered far less destruction than Bhuj in the 2001 earthquake, so the heart of town (around Mochi Bazaar) is lined with beautiful old buildings in faded pastel hues and temples with wildly sculpted, cartoon-like facades. There are also some sweeping beaches, including the glorious, long, clean private beach near Vijay Vilas Palace, and public Kashivishvanath Beach, with food stalls and camel rides, 2km from the centre just east of the Rukmavati River.

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Handicrafts in Gujarat - Rich Craft Heritage of Gujarat

Handicrafts in Gujarat – Craft Heritage of Gujarat HighlightsVisit Calico Museum of Textiles, one of India’s leading specialized textile museumsExperience the 1748 AD Naulakha Palace at Gondal which houses the erstwhile ruling family’s private collectionVisit Jetpur for screen and block printing workshops and a yarn-dyeing centerStopover at Rajkot for Watson Museum and Rashtriya Shala, the hand-weaving communityExplore craft villages around Bhuj for distinctive styles of embroidery and other handiwork like weaving, block-printing, Rogan Painting, etcVisit tie-and-dye center at Mandvi, a 400-year old shipyard and an exquisite Jain Temple complexGet amazed at Bhungas and Rabari embroidery at MandviEn-route visit Wadhwan for tie-and-dye, weaving and metal craftsExplore villages around Little Rann of Kutch for Tribal craft and cultureDay trip to Patan to watch the Salvis at work on the Patola, one of the richest silk textiles in the worldInclusionsAccommodation in a double / twin room with Breakfast (Except in Bhuj, Mandvi, and Dasada)Monument Entry Fees1 Safari in Little Rann of KutchA car with experienced driver on disposal for 11 days – AC Toyota InnovaPackaged water in the carAll currently applicable taxesExclusionsAny airfare or train fareAny meals other than those specified in ‘Cost Includes’Expenses of personal nature such as gratuities, telephone calls, laundry, liquor, etc.India visa chargesTravel insuranceExpert Travel OpinionHouse of MG in Old City area of Ahmedabad is renowned for its two ethnic cuisine restaurants. “Green House” serves local Gujarati snacks and ice creams and “Agashiye” is an iconic restaurant serving wholesome Gujarati set meal (popularly known as a “Thali”). Extremely popular!Vishala, a village themed ethnic cuisine restaurant is a popular outdoor dining option in Ahmedabad for travellers for winter evenings. The Utensil Museum is situated within the Vishala premises and hence, it is popular for travellers interested in Handicrafts in Gujarat to spend the evenings at Vishala after visiting the Utensil Museum.Rajkot is one of the hubs for Kathiawari Cuisine, the ethnic cuisine of the Saurashtra region. At Rajkot, you may opt for the renowned Vegetarian Thali Lunch at Hotel Grand Thakar for an authentic taste of ethnic cuisine of the region. Kutch region around Bhuj has its own unique ethnic cuisine. At Bhuj you may opt for the renowned Vegetarian Kutchi Thali Lunch at Hotel Prince for an authentic taste of ethnic cuisine of the region, while absorbing the intricacies of the handicrafts in Gujarat.