Best Gujarat Rajkot Tour
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Day 1 Rajkot| Arrival and trade to Jamnagar
Land at Rajkot railroad station/plane terminal and drive the separation to Jamnagar, which is approx 2 hours away. In Jamnagar, visit the Bala Hanuman Temple known for its tenacious Ramdhun (consistent rambling) since 1956 and is determined in the Guinness Book of World Records. In like manner, visit the Lakhota Museum, Lakhota Lake and diverse famous asylums of Jamnagar and later examine the adjacent markets in Jamnagar known for its Bandhni work. Medium-term stay at the cabin.
Day 2 Jamnagar to Dwarka
After an early breakfast, drive to Dwarka, which is around 3 hours from Jamnagar. Arrive and enlistment at the cabin. Subsequently, visit the Nageshwar Jyotirling Temple, Gopi (the confided in scene of various Raas Leelas of Lord Krishna) and take an exciting boat/watercraft ride to the consecrated Island of Bet Dwarka. On your way back, visit the Rukmani Temple. Go to the night aarti at the Dwarkadhish Temple. Medium-term stay at the hotel.
Day 3 Dwarka to Somnath
Early morning go to morning Aarti (optional) at Dwaka Dheesh Temple, later after breakfast leave for Somnath-which is around 5 hours away. In travel visit Porbander-the Birth Place of Mahatma Gandhi. In Somnath, visit the acclaimed Somnath Temple. It is suggested that you go to the night Aarti and witness the amazing ‘sound and light show’ in the asylum premises (have cost) Somnath Temple premises. Medium-term stay at Somnath/Veraval.
Day 4 Somnath to Rajkot
Today, enlistment from the cabin and drive to Rajkot, which is four hours away. In Rajkot, visit the house where Mahatma Gandhi lived from the age of 6. In like manner visit the Watson Museum which contains to an incredible degree charming confused storage space of get-together. Furthermore visit the Patola Art workshop (arranged in people’s homes in the Sarvodya society region). Medium-term stay at the hotel.
Day 5 Rajkot| Departure
In the wake of taking a gander at from the motel, get traded to the railroad station/plane terminal for your entry get ready/flight.
The Jagat Mandir otherwise called Dwarkadhish Temple is another critical sanctuary of Rajkot, situated on the Yagnik street at a height of 170 ft. This is an all inclusive sanctuary worked in 1934 and has been cut out of red stones. The fundamental divinity of this sanctuary is Shri Ramakrishna Paramahansa and the principle corridor of this sanctuary contains his white marbled picture set on a Lotus Vedi. The structure of this sanctuary is very present day that epitomizes distinctive religions like Hinduism, Islam, Christianity and Buddhism. The sanctuary likewise has a hallowed place adjusted on 60 columns, made of stone and sandstone.
Shri Ranchhoddas Ashram
The Shri Ranchoddas Bapu Ashram is situated on the Kuvadava Road in Rajkot. This ashram is involved in several humanitarian and spiritual activities. It also runs a charitable trust and hospital for the blinds. The busiest days for this ashram are Thursdays’, when it is flocked by a large number of believers and visitors.