Gorgeous Gujarat

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Day 1: Arrive Ahmedabad – Dwarka (about 450 kilometres / 8 hours and 30 minutes)

When you arrive at Ahmedabad airport / train station, you will be taken to Dwarka, an ancient city that is home to one of Hinduism's most important pilgrimages - the 'Dwarkadhish temple'. According to mythology, Lord Krishna established a capital at this seaside village. Marine excavations off the coast of Dwarka have uncovered significant relics of an ancient city, which most likely includes the 'Dwarawati' of the 'Krishna Lila. Later in the evening, visit Dwarkadhish temple's Aarti. Overnight in a Dwarka hotel.

Day 2 : Dwarka

Today, visit Bet Dwarka, which is located 30 kilometres from Dwarka and is bordered on all sides by water, Nageshwar Temple or Nagnath, which is home to the Jyotirlinga known as Nageshwar Mahadev and draws millions of pilgrims throughout the year. The Rukmini temple, erected in the 12th and 13th centuries, was dedicated to Rani Rukmani, princess of Vidharba, who was to marry Sishupala but was instead nourished by Lord Krishna and Gopi Talav. This is the location where Lord Krishna used to play with his Gopikas. There is a tiny pond where Lord Krishna is claimed to have played with the GopikaStrees. Overnight in a Dwarka hotel. (B)

Day3 : Dwarka – Somnath (about 281 kilometres / 6 hours)

Today, visit the Dwarkadhish Temple early in the morning to observe the Aarti. After breakfast, travel to Somnath, stopping along the way to explore Porbandar, Gujarat's coastal historical town nestled on the Saurashtra peninsula on the Arabian Sea. Visit Kirti Mandir, which was home to Mahatma Gandhi and his wife Kasturba. This location is close to the Mahatma's birthplace. Later, travel to Somnath and see Rudreshvara Temple — Rudreshvara Temple is a ruined temple located near Somnath. Bhalka Tirth - Halfway between Veraval and Somnath is Bhalka Tirth. Lord Krishna was mistaken for a deer and wounded by an arrow at this location. This is where Lord Krishna chose to depart from his human body and enter the eternal universe. Overnight in a Somnath hotel. (B)

Day 4: Somnath – Ahmedabad (about 400 kilometres/eight hours)

For breakfast, continue to Ahmedabad; established in 1411 AD, it is located on the banks of the river Sabarmati and was named after Sultan Ahmed Shah, who was instrumental in its construction. Today, this city is dubbed the 'Manchester of the East', is one of India's most industrialised cities, and is also known as the Textile City. Overnight in an Ahmedabad hotel. (B)

Day 5 : Depart Ahmedabad

Today, following breakfast, you will be transferred to Ahmedabad airport / railway station in order to catch a flight or train return home or to your next destination. (B)

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