Dakor, Gujarat

Mundra is a census town in the Indian state of Gujarat and the administrative center of Mundra Taluka in the Kutch district.

Places to visit

  • Kutch Museum : The Kutch Museum, Gujarat's oldest museum, is known for its collection of extinct Kutchi Script and antique coins. Tribal artifacts are on show at the museum, as are many other types of objects, such as exhibitions of embroidery, paintings, weaponry, musical instruments, sculpture, and precious metalwork.
  • Distance: Kutch Museum is 54 kilometres away from Mundra

  • Hamirsar Lake : Hamirsar Lake is the heart of Bhuj , which is located near the western end of Kutch, Gujarat . Summers in Bhuj are hot and dry. This lake is considered an oasis between the saline and parched Kutch lands. In ancient times, the lake was built by rulers to meet the domestic requirements of the people of Bhuj . Hamirsar Lake was extensively developed, with a channel and tunnels that used to convey water from three rivers to fill the town's reservoirs. Nevertheless, during the 2001 Bhuj earthquake, this water infrastructure was severely disrupted and damaged. The municipality and the inhabitants of Bhuj took steps to restore the water system to its original state in order to meet the demands of its residents once more. In 2003, this was accomplished. The water of Hamirsar Lake is now drinkable. Rao Hamir, a Jadega monarch who reigned roughly 450 years ago, inspired the name of this man-made lake. Rao Hamir is often regarded as the father of Rao Khengarji, the founder of Kutch's Jadeja dynasty.
  • Distance: Hamirsar Lake is 55 kilometres away from Mundra

  • Narayan Sarovar Sanctuary : Narayan Sarovar Sanctuary has an area of around 444 square kilometers and is one of the different eco-systems in Gujarat's Kutch district. It is also known as the Narayan SarovarChinkara Sanctuary and is home to a variety of species including the chinkara, the endangered Indian wolf, wildcats, desert foxes, honey badgers, and wild boar.This refuge also has 184 different bird species, including ducks, black partridge, houbara bustard, lesser florican, and great Indian bustard. The sanctuary is home to over 252 different plant species, including gorad, babul, kerdo, and others.
  • Distance: Narayan Sarovar Sanctuary is94 kilometres away from Mundra

How to Reach

  • By Air-Airports near Mundrais Rudra Mata Airport 47 kilometres away.
  • By Train-Railway Stations That Link Mundra is Kukma38 kilometers away.

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