Introduction to Aina Mahal, Bhuj
The Aina Mahal in Bhuj, India, is an old Palace that was built in the 18th century. The erstwhile palace which belonged to Maharao Lakhpatji has now been transformed into a Museum that is one of the chief Tourist Attractions in Bhuj. The Aina Mahal is famous for a housing an awesome Hall of Mirrors from which the palace get its name (Aina in Hindi means mirror).
History of Aina Mahal, Bhuj
The Aina Mahal was constructed by Rao Lakhpatji in the year 1750. Its creator had a passi... read more
Introduction to Prag Mahal, Bhuj
The Prag Mahal, Bhuj is one of the main Tourist Attractions in Bhuj. This marvelous building was built under the patronage of in the year 1879.
History of Prag Mahal, Bhuj
Rao Pragmalji II took up the construction of Prag Mahal in Bhuj, India on 1838 A.D. and continued with it till the year 1876. He assigned the task of designing the building to Colonel Henry Saint Wilkins. Colonel Wilkins was a renowned architect of his time and had gained such reputation by virtue of designi... read more
The Ethnology Museum is recommended for its rich collection of books and paintings of prominent Kachchhis. Mr Ramsinhji K. Rathod a scholar of the folk art of Kachchh and winner of many state Government awards has created an excellent museum in Bhuj, which is called Bhartiya Sanskruti Darshan.
The museum epitomizes the rustic life styles of the Kachchhi villager containing around 4500 exhibits. Also, there are more than 1500 rare books on art and culture. This museum has five major sections. In t... read more
One of the most sacred pilgrim centres of the Hindu religion, Narayan Sarovar is uppermost in the pilgrims' circuit. An embankment surrounds the temple complex, which is an assimilation of many Hindu divinities, and the architecture is ancient and awesome. HOLY LINKAGE This lake among the most ancient and holiest places of pilgrimage. Mahakunvar, wife of Maharo Deshalji, constructed the temple complex. The complex consists of Trikamrai, Lakshminarayan, Givardhannath, Dwarkanath, Adinarayan, Ranchhodrai and Lakshmij... read more