Bhuj is a city located in the Indian state of Gujarat. This city was established by Rao Hamirji in the year 1510. Since then, the land of Bhuj was ruled by the local chieftains like Naga and Jadeja. This city has faced major earthquakes in past. The first earthquake arrived in the 18th century and killed nearly 200 people. The second earthquake struck Bhuj on January 26 in the year 2001. There was a major loss of human life and property. But defeating all these calamities, today, Bhuj has developed and attracts numerous tourists on a large scale.
The city of Bhuj is elevated 360 feet above the sea level. It is beckoned by Bhujia Hill that is the highest point in Bhuj. It's rough terrains sprawl over 56 sq. km. The climate of Bhuj is described as humid in nature. It faces the median temperature of 37°C during summers and 20°C during the winter season. It receives 2600 mm of annual rainfall.
The visitors can see different places of interest in Bhuj. The places like Bhujia Hill, Aina Mahal, Prag Mahal, Rama Kund, Kutch Museum, Tapkeshwari Temple, and crowded markets of Bhuj should be visited.