Dwarka Somnath Darshan

DAY1

Ahmedabad

Arrival at Ahmedabad, welcome to Gujarat, pick up from Airport / Railway Station and transfer to Hotel, check inn to hotel and after refreshment go for visit Sardar Patel Museum, Sabarmati Ashram and evening enjoy Sabarmati River Front and back to hotel take dinner and overnight stay.

DAY2

Ahmedabad to Dwarka [450 KM / 7 HRS Approx]

After breakfast check out form hotel and transfer to Dwarka, check inn to hotel and go for Evening Aarti Darshan Shree Dwarkadhish Mandir and back to hotel and overnight stay.

DAY3

Dwarka Darshan

Today we are Visit Dwarkadeesh Temple. Take a holy dip in Gomti river, later leave to visit Nageshwar Jyotirling, Gopi Talav, Bet Dwarka, and on way back do visit Rukmani Temple, evening visit other temples on coastal area, attend evening aarti at Dwarkadish temple, overnight stay at the hotel.

DAY4

Dwarka – Porbandar – Somnath [ 250 KM ]

After breakfast check out from hotel and transfer to Somnath on the way we visit Porbandar, Porbandar is the Birth Place of Mahatma Gandhi, His first home “Kirti Mandir” is now museum where a sense of his presence can be still felt. Later we transfer to Somanth, arrival in Somnath direct go to Sandhya Arti Darshan at Somnath Mahadev Temple, after check in to hotel for Night stay.

DAY5

Somnath to Ahmedabad [430 KM / 7 HRS Approx]

On Early morning check out from Somnath Hotel and drive to Sasan Gir we go for visit Sasan Gir Safari Devaliya Park Safari [45 Minutes], and transfer to Ahmedabad, on the way we go for Darshan Shree Jalaram Mandir at Virpur, after reach Ahmedabad, and now its time to say goodbye beautiful Gujarat and drop at Railway Station / Bus Stop / Airport.

The Great Rann of Kutch, is a seasonal salt marsh located in the Thar Desert in the Kutch District of Gujarat, India and the Sindh province of Pakistan. It is about 7,505.22 square KM (2,897.78 sq mi) in size and is reputed to be the largest salt desert in the world. This area has been inhabited by the Kutchi people.

 

The name “Rann” comes from the Hindi word ran (रण) meaning “desert”. The Hindi word is derived from Sanskrit/Vedic word “iriṇa (इरिण)” attested in the Rigveda and Mahābhārata. As early as 325 BCE, Alexander the Great was aware of the area.

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