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Offbeat Gujarat Trip with Rani ki Vav - Tour
  • Bandra East, Maharashtra
  • 3 Nights 4 Days

Offbeat Gujarat Trip with Rani ki Vav

₹ 9,499

Offbeat Gujarat Trip with Rani ki Vav   Located north west of Ahmedabad and not to be confused with the White Desert or the Rann of Kutch, “Little Rann of Kutch” or simply known as "LRK" can be called as the little brother of the Rann of Kutch. Covering almost 5000 sq kms of area, LRK is a salt marsh and is also a home to the Indian Wild Ass (khur). The Indian wild ass sanctuary or simply known as the IWAS is located inside the Little ran of Kutch.  A stepwell is called as a "Vav" in local Gujarati language. “Adalaj ki Vav” or “Rudadevi Stepwell” is a stepwell located in the village of Adalaj, close to Gandhinagar city. It is considered as a fine example of Indian architectural work. It was built in 1498 in the memory of King Rana Veer Singh by his wife, Queen Rudadevi. “Rani ki Vav” is a stepwell located on the banks of Saraswati River in the Patan district of the state of Gujarat. Constructed in the 11th century it is of the oldest stepwells in Gujarat Once covered with silt, it was rediscovered in the year 1940 and restored to its original form by the Archaeological Survey of India. It is listed under UNESCO’s world heritage site. Rani ki vav is considered as the finest and one of the largest examples of stepwell architecture in Gujarat. The Sun temple of Modhera as the name suggest is dedicated to the Sun God and is located near the city of Mehsana in Gujarat. This temple is built near the Tropic of cancer. The remains of the Sun Temples at Modhera are relics of times gone by. The exclusively carved temple complex and the magnificently sculpted Ramakund are jewels in the art of masonry of the Solanki period apparently which was also known as the Golden Age of Gujarat. 3 Tier AC train ticket available on request at Rs 1500/- extra, over and above trip cost Ex Ahmedabad: Rs 8699/-

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