Jamnagar is a beautiful city located in the Indian state of Gujarat. This city was founded by Jam Rawal in the mid-fifteenth century. At that time, it was an erstwhile princely state under the name of Nawanagar. The city's architecture was reconstructed by the descendant of Jam Rawal, Maharaja Ranjitsinh Rawal. The present day structure of the city is the brainchild of Ranjitsinh Rawal. It is one of the most important cities in the state of Gujarat.
With an elevation of 56 feet above the sea level, Jamnagar covers the gross area of 130 sq. km. It's jagged plains share the boundaries with Gulf of Kutch in North, Devbhoomi Dwarka in West, Porbandar in Southeast, and Rajkot in East. The climate of this region is tropical in nature. It faces scorching summers with a median temperature of 38°C and pleasant winters with median mercury level of 14°C. It receives an annual average rainfall of 2450 mm.
There are different places of interest located in Jamnagar. The remarkable tourist attractions in Jamnagar are Darbargardh Palace, Lakhota Fort, Willingdon Crescent, Pratap Vilas Palace, and other places like Marine National Park, Bird Sanctuary, and different Hindu shrines.