rann of kutch Located in most parts of Gujarat state of India the famous Rann of Kutch is a huge salt marshes area and is extends primarily in the Kutch district of this state besides neighbouring Pakistan’s southern tip of Sindh. The division has been made for two major parts that include the Great Rann of Kutch and Little Rann of Kutch area. Located in the midst of the Gujarat state’s Thar Desert, presence of seasonal salt marshland in India alongside Sind province of Pakistan’s huge portion on the other, complete this region. Indian district spanning for approximately 7,505.22 square km or 2,897.78 sq.mts distinguishes itself for being the world’s largest salt desert. The total area of approximately 30,000 square kilometres include the Great Rann of Kutch, the Little Rann of Kutch and southern fringe’s Banni grasslands comprise of ample white lands, besides the Gulf of Kutch sweeping at one side besides great Indus Valley Civilization seat at other ends in Neighboring Pakistan’s southern part. TempleTourOnline provides a complete package of Gujarat tour including Rann of kutch package, Dwarka, Somnath temple, sightseeing etc. Book complete packages from us.  


  kutch rann utsav Kutch area of Gujarat is famous for attractive weaving varieties besides block-printing; patchwork; tie-and-dye; bandhani; Rogan-art and for various types of ethnic styled embroidery collections. Region’s pottery, metal-crafting, shell-work and wood-carving varieties are mesmerizing options. What makes this diversity noticeable is the emergence of highly appealing terrain whose wonderful backdrop appearance remain enchanting. As its landscape is appealingly white ochre any addition of colour brings extremely fascinating rustic appearance in the  Kutch to feel its beauty. Notable staple foods like khichdi prepared from a sumptuous mixture of rice cooked with pulses; the light flavoured kadi with yellow curry and yoghurt to uniquely prepared highly nutritious Indian bread Rotla prepared from black millet flour and green chilli pickle bring the mouthwatering feeling. It is a great feeling to taste creamy, ice-cold Chaas (buttermilk) as if washing for rejuvenation. Other delicacies to taste here are sweet and crunchy jalebis or Indian sweetmeat prepared with the special method or to enjoy spiced milk and rice pudding Dudhpak. Endless sweets can be explored from the long list.

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