Kutch is city in the Indian state of Gujarat. Digging up its etymology, the name 'Kutch' means the piece of land that intermittently becomes wet and dry. Kutch has its historical relations with the inception of Indus Valley civilization. Till the early 18th century, Kutch was ruled by different dynasties and finally came under the British rule. Today, it is a frequented tourist destination in the state of Gujarat.
Kutch sprawls enormously across an area of 45 sq. km. that makes it the largest district in India. The substantial part of the land of Kutch is a white desert. It turns into a wetland during monsoons and transforms back during the dry months. The climate of Kutch is tropical temperate that brings searing summers and pleasant winters. The average mercury level during the summer season rests at 36°C and 27°C in winters respectively.
Kutch is an alluring destination in Gujarat and lies among the most frequented places in India. It houses prime attraction like the white deserts and various sanctuaries that attract the tourists on a larger scale. The annual fest of Kutch is held between the months of January-February and different dance forms are presented. There are amazing malls and the museums that ensnare the tourists.