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About Bhuj

Bhuj is a city and a Municipality in Kutch District in the state of Gujarat. Bhuj, formerly sacred to the snake Bhujang, was established by Rao Hamirji in 1510 and was made the capital of Cutch State by Rao Khengarji I in 1549. Bhuj was known as Suleiman Nagar among Muslims. This old city was surrounded by the fort-wall which had five major gates; Mahadev, Patvadi, Sirpat, Bhidval and Vaniyavad; and one small gate known as Chhathi Bari(sixth window). The fort-wall thirty-five feet high and four feet thick armed with fifty-one guns in past. Bhuj is a famous destination for shopping of handicraft work like bandhani (tie-dye) and leatherwork. Artists of nearby villages bring their artwork for sale in Bhuj haat which is situated near Jubilee ground. Bhuj is famous for the jolly nature of its citizens, who usually go to the surroundings of Hamirsar lake to relax. Kutch Desert Wildlife Sanctuary is less than 100 km away from Bhuj, this sanctuary is spread over an area of about 7505.22 sq. km. in the Kutch District of Gujarat. This wildlife sanctuary is considered as one of the largest seasonal saline wetland areas. Mandvi beach in Bhuj is one of those places that one must visit when on the northwestern coast of India for its beautiful, idyllic serenity. The Aaina Mahal palace, or 'Hall of Mirrors' was built during the flamboyant rule of Lakhpatji in the middle of the 18th century. This beautiful palace also houses a handicraft museum where the crafts from various parts of Kutch is put.

About Mangalore

Officially Mangalore is known as Mangaluru and is the major port city of the Indian state Karnataka.It is known as Kudla in Tullu, Kodial in Konkani and by various other names.Developed as a port on the Arabian sea, it is the major port of India till today's date.Mangalore is lying on the backwater of Netravati and Gurupura rivers and is a staging point for sea traffic along the Malabar coast.The coast of Mangalore handles 75% of India's coffee and cashew exports.It is one of the most cosmopolitan non-metro cities in India.Mangalore was given rank 13th in India for the favourable destination for doing business and it is going to be developed as the smart city in Smart city mission. Tourism Mangaluru is also called 'Gateway of Karnataka' and lies between Arabian sea and western ghats.The city also consists of various temples and buildings like Mangaldevi temple, Kadri Manjunatha temple.St.Aloysius Church, the Rosario Cathedral Milagres Church, and Jamia Masjid. Beaches like Panambur, Tannirbavi, NITK, Someshwara, Ullal and many others are also major attractions of this city.Panambur beach has many facilities like boating.jet ski rides, dolphin viewing and many other.Sri Gokarnatheswar temple witnesses huge devotees all over from India in its 10-day festival Mangalore Dasara. Mangala Devi temple also attracts devotees during the period of Navratri. Cuisines Mangalorean dishes include Kori roti, Neer dosa, Pundi patrode, Mangalore buns, Mangalore baji.The cuisine of Mangalore is highly influenced by South Indian cuisine and is also famous for its fish and chicken. Shendi (toddy) a country liquor prepared from coconut flower sap is famous. Udupi cuisine also known as vegetable cuisine are liked throughout the region. Though the city accounts mainly for business but for relaxation and visiting temples and having south Indian cuisine the place is worth to visit.

Bhuj to Mangalore via Train

A preferred but dry mode of travel, train journey kills the fun of stopping by at intervals and viewing the attractions that the route from Bhuj to Mangalore has to offer. Prior bookings and ticket confirmation worries can make travelling a burden. So book Bhuj to Mangalore cab from Wiwigo.com the day you want to take your journey and forget about confirmations and restrictions!

Bhuj to Mangalore via Bus

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