Tag: Gujarat

Handicrafts from Gujarat with Strong-rooted Traditional Essence

The handicrafts of Gujarat hold a special place for their variety and strong-rooted traditional essence. We can only hope that with efforts by various NGOs and the government they continue the legacy of yesteryears.

Traditional Dresses of Gujarat: Vibrant, Colourful and Mesmerizing

Traditional Dresses of Gujarat, along with the beautiful ornaments are famous for their beauty all across India for their elegance and vibrancy.

Offbeat Legacy of Champaner and Pavagadh

Champaner and Pavagadh Serene and eye warming scenery of the whole world beckoned from beneath. It felt like being in the nature’s cradle, away from the hustle bustle of touristy roads.

Uttarayana From the Eyes of a Delhite

My perception flew out the window the moment I landed in Vadodara, just a day prior to Uttarayana. It gave me a glimpse of some of the frenzy revolving around the kite festival.

Passionate About Patang! Here Are Few Interesting Facts About Kites

As the winter chill grips the nation, children remain unperturbed by the cold winds. In fact all the free time after the onset of the new year is spent on kite making. The Makar Sankranti festival in mid January marks the advent of the harvesting season across India. Ripe crop in golden hue is harvested and the fields are empty for children to play.

The Manja Makers behind Uttarayan

During Uttarayan, a manja maker prepares about 100-250 charkhis every day for kite enthusiasts participating in the International Kite Festival in Ahmedabad

Garba Dance – A Lively Traditional Dance Form of Gujarat

Garba Dance is almost the synonym for Gujarat’s cultural heritage. Though the dance is fast paced and extremely vibrant it has a deep symbolic root.

Top 10 Tourist Places to Visit in Kutch

If you are planning on a visit to Kutch then don’t miss out on visiting these popular tourist destinations:

Garba & Dandiya – Inspirational Cultural Dance of Gujarat, India

Garba and Dandiya are two sister dance forms belonging to the state of Gujarat, India. These are two very energetic dance forms performed to commemorate the nine-day long festival of Navratri.

What Makes Ahmedabad a World Heritage City?

To the much rejoice of Ahmedabadis (or Ahmedavadis),and the rest of the country, Ahmedabad is now a World Heritage City. For over 600 years, Ahmedabad has been a symbol of peace. It also houses some of the finest example of Indo-islamic architecture.

Sojourn to Bewitching Bhuj, Gujarat

Nestled in the mesmerizing desert of Rann of Kutch in Gujarat, is the town of Bhuj, Gujarat – a place that is famous for historical monuments, delightful food, unique handicrafts and rich culture...

Vadodara – An Ideal Wedding Destination in Gujarat

Weddings are a celebration of love. And no celebration of love should ever be ordinary. And Vadodara, with a combination of cultural essence and...

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