Bhavnagar is a city located in the Indian state of Gujarat. It was a princely state in the bygone times that was founded by Bhavsinhji Gohil in the 17th century. He was the first and the last Indian ruler that ruled for the longest time. His army was strong enough to defeat the Maratha and Muslim but surrendered to the British.
The city of Bhavnagar is elevated 90 feet above the sea level. Its rugged terrains span a gross area of 130 sq. km. A perennial river by the name of Kansara passes through and feeds the land of Bhavnagar. The region faces a subtropical wet climate. It witnesses normal summers with an average temperature of 38°C. The winters are mild with a median mercury level of 16°C. The monsoon season is accompanied by cyclones and Bhavanagar receives heavy rain shower during the season.
There are several places that are located in Bhavnagar. The notable tourist attractions include the names like Takhteshwar Temple, Nilambaug Palace, Bhan Vilas Palace, intricating temples of Palitana, Ghogha Beach, and much more.