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Jamnagar to Gandhidham
Updated on : Oct 21, 2016 08:07 AM
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  • Patel Travels Jamnagar Gandhidham Rs.300 Patel Travels operates 4 buses from Jamnagar to Gandhidham with starting price of Rs.300. First bus starts at 01:30 PM and last bus at 11:45 PM.

About Jamnagar

Jamnagar is called as the “City of Jams” (King) and is the important city of Gujarat. The city is located 337 kms from state capital Gandhinagar. Jamnagar is the prominent city as Reliance Industry has set its oil refinery nearby village named Moti Khavdi. This has made the city called as ‘Oil City of India”. Jamnagar is a historic city known for colorful markets and old buildings. The city was built by Jadega Rajputs around Rammol Lake and the town is named after this lake. Jamnagar has many old buildings, architecture of which is influenced to European style. Due to this architectural work, the city is being named as “Paris of India”. Jamnagar is famous for traditional technique of Bandhani and the city has mastered in art techniques. Jamnagar has some famous attractions like: Marine National Park, Khijadiya Bird Sanctuary, Lakhota Fort, Sivrajpur Beach, Pratap Vilas Palace, Rozi Port and other few places.

About Gandhidham

Gandhidham is an important city in Kutch district Gujarat and is the fast development city. The city was the refugee camp for settlers coming from Sindh district of Pakistan. However, Sindhi and other communities are still residing in the city. Gandhidham experiences extreme climate, extreme hot during summer, and extreme cold during winter. There are few religious places in Gandhidham that are worth visiting. These are Akshardham Temple, Purneshwar Temples and Bhardeshwar Temple. Kandla Port is also among the tourist location and was the first Special Economic Zone (SEZ) to be established in Asia. Other important locations in Gandhidham are: Khavada, Purneshwar, Shiva Temple in Kera.