Places to Visit in Jamnagar


Places to see in Jamnagar



Rajkot-Jamnagar tour is one of the most popular tours from Rajkot. Jamnagar is well connected with Rajkot by a network of roadways

Jamnagar houses a number of tourist destinations that attract many tourists from different parts of the world. Some of the major tourist destinations in Jamnagar are:
  • Lakhota Fort - Lakhota Fort is located in the middle of Lakhota Lake. Lakhota Fort is possesses a small museum that is known for its collection of sculptures. The sculptures housed in the fort belong to a span of period between 9th and 18th centuries. Tourists can reach the fort through a short causeway from the northern part of Ramnal Lake. The fort remains open on all days, except Wednesday.

  • Shantinath Mandir - Shantinath Mandir is located in the south-west of Bedi Gate. The temple is known for its intricate carvings and mural paintings. The mural paintings depict the life of the Jain Tirthankars. On the floor of the temple is made of marble and is designed with typical Jain patterns.

  • Bhujio Kotho - Bhujio Kotho, located on the banks of Lakhota Tank, is a five storied building that protected the people of Jamnagar during invasions. One can come across guns and rifles in the first floor of the Bhujio Kotho. Bhujio Kotho contains a water tank on the upper floor and a dancing peacock is placed on its peak.

  • Solarium - Solarium, known as the Ranjit Institute of Poly-Radio Therapy, is a revolving tower that was built by Jamshedpur Shri Ranjitsinhji. Solarium, only one of its kind in the world, provides sunlight for the curing the skin diseases.

  • Pratap Vilas Palace - Pratap Vilas Palace was built during the reign of Jam Ranjitsinghji. The palace was constructed as a replica of the Victoria Building, Kolkata. The palace presents a beautiful blend of Indian carvings and European architectures.
Thus we can see that Jamnagar provides a lot of opportunities for the tourists to tour in the territory. These attractions have largely contributed towards Rajkot-Jamnagar weekend tours.

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Last Updated on: July 2, 2015





     


     

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