Discover Ramada Gandhidham
Ramada by Wyndham, Gandhidham provides a full-fledged fun package to its guests. With loads of recreational and wellness activities to unwind and rejuvenate like gym, entertainment zone with pool, carrom and table tennis setup, spa, among others, enjoy a complete and excellent stay experience.
Even if your hotel stay is more than extraordinary, still your travel isn't complete unless you enjoy and explore what is in the surroundings. Gandhidham itself is a beautiful place to discover. If you are interested in admiring the art and culture of a location, Kala Raksha Museum is just the place for you. You can also visit Bhadreshwar Jain Temple and Gandhi Samadhi to explore the local history of Gandhidham. One of the nearest tourist attractions is Bhuj where you get to shop beautiful traditional souvenirs.Learn More
Gandhi Samadhi has a unique history to it. On Mahatma Gandhi's insistence, former rulers of Kutch had donated 18,000 acres for Sindhi families after the partition in 1947. Bhai Pratap, a businessman and a philanthropist, had sent an invitation telegram to Mahatma Gandhi to lay Gandhidham's foundation stone. Ironically, Gandhi was assassinated on the same day. Every year, on 12th February, people there celebrate Gandhidham Day. The place is maintained by the Sindhi community since its inception.
Bhuj is home not only to a number of tourist attractions but offers a unique perspective of historic India as well. Travellers can find various temples, palaces, traditional markets, and much more. The city of Bhuj also boasts of the oldest museum in the state of Gujarat.
Bhadreshwar Jain Temple
Bhadreshwar Temple is believed to be one of India's oldest Jain temples. As per the historians, its foundation was laid by Devchandra hundreds of years ago. The temple was first renovated in 449 B.C. by King Sidhsen of Bhadrawati. The temple was again renovated in 1125 by Jagdusha, a 13th-century Jain merchant.
Great Rann of Kutch
Rann in Hindi means desert. The Great Rann of Kutch along with the Little Rann of Kutch together result in breathtaking natural beauty. The Great Rann of Kutch is boasts of its surreal and silvery landscapes. Both Ranns cover up an area of 10,800 square miles, being totally dry in winters and flooded in summers. The vast and limitless landscape of the Great Rann of Kutch makes it a perfect spot for witnessing spectacular sunsets and sunrises.