The city of Bhuj was founded by a local ruler named Maharao Hamir in the year of 1510. Rao Khengarji I, another ruler, gave Bhuj the distinction of his capital in 1549. Bhuj stayed as an independent princely state throughout the British rule. In the year of 1947 when India gained independence, it became a part of the country.
|Tourist Attractions in Bhuj|
|Forts and Monuments in Bhuj|
|Aina Mahal||Durbar Gadh|
|Museums in Bhuj|
|Folk Museum||Kachchh Museum|
|Holy Places in Bhuj|
|Jama Masjid||Swaminarayan Temple|
|Shopping in Bhuj|
|Bazaars in Bhuj||What to Buy in Bhuj|
Tourist Attractions in Bhuj hold a great lure to the discerning tourists. Bhuj is pretty famous for its palaces that are constructed in the traditional Kutch style. Aina Mahal is one of the popular Tourist Attractions in Bhuj. Also called the Palace of Mirrors, it is surrounded by a petite fortified courtyard that was erected in the 18th century. The Hall of Mirrors in addition to the Pleasure Pool located within this palace is a magnificent site to visit. Tourist Attractions of Bhuj also consist of Prag Mahal (New Palace), a 19th century structure and Kuchch Museum, built in the year of 1877. You can see a good set of artifacts at this museum that depict the culture and history of Bhuj and its neighborhood. Counted to be the oldest Museum of Gujarat, Kuchch Museum is a must see site on any of the Bhuj Tour Packages.
Some other Tourist Attractions at Bhuj are the famous Swaminarayan Temple and the Sarad Bagh Palace.
So, rush to book yourself for a tour to Bhuj in order to enjoy the various Bhuj Tourist Attractions.
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