Best places to visit in jamnagar
Jamnagar is a city in Gujarat, India, known for its local crafts, including bandhni and metalware. The city is also home to the Gujarat Ayurveda University.

Ranmal Lake

Ranmal Lake, Jamnagar

The trajectory of Jamnagar states that the city was built in the year 1540, by Jam Rawal, who belonged to one of the most influential Royal dynasties of Gujarat. The Lakhota Palace was built by the same dynasty as a place to keep the royal arsenal, which could come handy in times of war. Else, it was inaccessible thanks to the location in the middle of a lake.

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Shree Subhash Market

Shree Subhash Market, Jamnagar

The market was built in the 18th century as the hub for commercial activities in the city.

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LokAyurved, Jamnagar

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Adinath Temple

Adinath Temple, Jamnagar

The temple was built almost a century later than the Shantinath Temple, in the year 1622. It commemorates the first Jain teacher, Adinath, who was originally called Rishabhanatha.

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Khijadia Bird Sanctuary

Khijadia Bird Sanctuary, Jamnagar

Khijadia Bird Sanctuary, Jamnagar was listed in the Ramsar sites of India, with more than 220 species of resident and migratory birds.

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Pirotan Island

Pirotan Island, Jamnagar

The islands are uninhabited except for the workers at Pirotan Island lighthouse, so enjoy the solitude and use it as an opportunity to lose yourself to the wide world around you.

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Bhujiyo Kotho

Bhujiyo Kotho, Jamnagar

It is believed that the king of Jamnagar and Bhuj were brothers who had set up their kingdoms about 300km apart. They even designed the cities in the same fashion. Bhujiyo Kotho was presumably the entrance to a secret passage from Jamnagar to Bhuj. While no one ratified this by taking the part, the story was intriguing.

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Marine National park

Marine National park, Jamnagar

The beaches of the Gujarat coast are breeding grounds for the Green Sea Turtle and other marine turtles. In the deeper sea of this area lives the whale shark, feeding off plankton, considered the largest fish in the world, now endangered because it is killed for its flesh and cartilage oil.

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Rozi Port and Bedi Port

Rozi Port and Bedi Port, Jamnagar

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Khambaliya Gate

Khambaliya Gate, Jamnagar

The gate commemorates Raja Jamraval of Jamnagar.

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Willingdon Crescent

Willingdon Crescent, Jamnagar

Jam Ranjitsinhji's idea of giving the city of Jamnagar a facelift included getting rid of the slum areas. One such place that came under the scanner was the former location of where the Willingdon Crescent now stands. It stands opposite the 16th century palace of the city.

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