Rann of Kutch Gujarat is a cultural festival that started with a Gujarat tourism initiative during a 3 day festival over a decade ago. It is now one of India’s biggest and longest carnivals. It is distributed across a large area of almost four soccer fields. There are indoor games, outdoor activities, camel rides at the beaches, cultural activities, folk dance performances, and various tent accommodations available for all your needs. At times the temperature is 49 ° C during the day and at night under 3 ° C. For several reasons, this 3-month festival has a large number of visitors.
It’s not saying “Kutch Nahi Dekha Toh Kuch Nahi Dekha for nothing!” Here are the main reasons to visit the Rann of Kutch Gujarat Festival.
1. Witnesses of the Full Moon in white sands
The reflection of the white full moon on the white spread of sand in Kutch’s Rann is such a fascinating vision. Check the full moon and book your holidays beforehand so that on a full moon night you can witness the great white desert. Overnight, look at the moon, the white sand becoming white snow and the lights around you shimmering around the Rann Utsav in Gujarat.
2. A bird’s eye view of Kutch’s Great Rann
You’d have such an awesome experience to get an insight into the largest salt desert in the world. This is also for thrill freaks who want to take a ride on a hot air ball overlooking the different shades of the salty desert. You will surely enjoy such a high view and feel like a bird flying through the vast white wilderness of Rann of Kutch. You will definitely enjoy it.
3. Enjoy the best outdoor and adventure activities
The participants can engage in the Rann of Kutch in different kinds of outdoor activities. Many confuse the outdoors with the adventures, but here there are unique types of activities for all ages that are great for the family. It involves Star Gazing, Paint Ball, Trikke Walking, traveling by a motorway and walking a desert camel in ancient fashion. There are also para-motoring, ATV, rifle shooting and bikes, etc. There is also an outdoor sport.
4. Visit the Arabian Sea beaches and seasides
There are also white seashore and beaches in Kutch’s areas around the Great White Desert. You can see camels on the beach at Mandovi Beach and carry people on their heads. Especially the popular Kutchi Dabeli that came from here are some nice snacks. Water sports are carried out here and you can go swimming or even ride on the beach. You can’t forget that the sight of sunrise and sunset is such a beautiful dream. Find boats of all forms and sizes here since the shipping industry has been in a prime location for more than 500 years. The wind farms near the beach that make Mandvi City’s beautiful seaside beaches are also accessible.
5. Learn and explore the Art and Crafts of the Local Villages
The villages in the vicinity of Kutch include Gandhi Nigam, Bhirandiyra and Khavda which are known for their excellent textiles and fabrics. See how the fabric is made on the market in this textile industry. Visit these villages to purchase items at reasonable prices, as well as these handmade items. It is an amazing learning experience for tourists in the world of art and crafts and the textile industry. A number of talented craftsmen from the villages mentioned above have also organized workshops to learn, see and purchase these wonderful things.
6. Prag Mahal and Aaina Mahal’s historic palaces Visit
Through the ages and the 2001 earthquake, the area was shaken, these impressive palaces were preserved. It was replenished to allow visitors to see it again. The two palaces are located in the same location. Aaina Mahal is a place built with bright glass, fine tiles and aesthetic antiquities that makes it a dream palace, like the king had it constructed. It is properly known as “Aaina,” which means a bowl. The Prague Mahal is known for its well-designed walls. On the windows of this building, there is also complicated jaali work. The Rann Utsav in Gujarat Festival 2019-12 is a wonderful architectural marvel that you must see.
7. Shop Until you dropped to Kutch Rann Utsav in Gujarat
There are always some souvenirs for shopping when you visit another location. So, you will also find different items for shopping and transporting. Females would like to shop to cover their heads and defend against the sun for stylish cholis or blowjobs. The mirrors and sequins are finished and look like traditional party wear. Warm clothing can also be purchased here, as cold nights freeze. It involves wearing Abha, Khanjari and also shawls for staying. Junk jewelry and ornaments are also available in large quantities. Gold and Silver chunky jewelry, renowned Bandhini sarees or dupattas, Lacquer, Ajrakh Block Printing Shaws, Copper Bells and a famous local work of art called Rogan art made with petroleum paint are also some great pieces to purchase.