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Museum

#1 of 20 Places to Visit in Rajkot

At a distance of 2 km from Rajkot Junction, Kaba Gandhi No Delo is a museum located near Dharmendra road in old city area of Rajkot. It is one of the popular museums in Gujarat and among the most visited tourist places in Rajkot.

Kaba Gandhi No Delo, literally Kaba Gandhi's house, is the ancestral home of Mahatma Gandhi where he spent his early years of life from 1881-87 AD. It was built in 1880-81 CE by Mahatma Gandhi's father Karamchand Gandhi or Kaba Gadhi, who was the Diwan to the king of Saurashtra. The house was built in Saurashtrian style of architecture, with arched gateways and courtyards. The place is must visit for Gandhi followers and avid history lovers.

Kaba Gandhi No Delo has now been converted into a museum and also declared as a national monument which is named as 'Gandhi Smriti'. This beautiful building houses many original items related to Mahatma Gandhi like photographs, objects and his personal belongings which give insight into his childhood days. The .....

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Museum

#2 of 20 Places to Visit in Rajkot

At a distance of 3 km from Rajkot Junction, Rotary Midtown Dolls Museum is a museum situated in Dr. Yagnik Road, Rajkot. It is one of its kind museums in Gujarat and among the must visit Tourist places in Rajkot.

The Rotary Dolls Museum was set up in the year 2001 by Deepak Agrawal in order to provide children a place, where they could gain valuable knowledge about the world by the mode of fun and entertainment. This two floor museum exhibits more than 1,600 dolls from over 102 countries decked out in different attires. These dolls are generously donated by the Rotary Clubs across the world to the museum. The museum has earned a place in the Limca Book of Records for its unique collection of dolls.

Unlike most museums, the Rotary Midtown Dolls Museum gives an overview to the culture and traditions of the world at large through a medium of dolls. The dolls are displayed in Theme Showcases which depict settings of the countries from which these dolls hail along with the flag .....

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Museum

#3 of 20 Places to Visit in Rajkot

At a distance of 2 km from Rajkot Junction, Watson Museum is an ancient museum in Rajkot city of Gujarat. It is one of the largest museums in Gujarat and among the best places to visit in Rajkot.

Set up in the Queen Victoria memorial institute building, the museum was established in 1888. The museum was named after the British Political Agent of Kathiwad, Colonel John Watson, who initiated the citations and documentation of the history of Rajkot and artifacts in respect to the royal families in the region. Managed by the Gujarat State Government, Watson Museum is the second most important museum in Gujarat, after the Museum of Baroda and one of the best among the seven such museums located across Saurashtra region.

Watson Museum depicts the history of India and the colonial history of Rajkot. The museum is divided into several sections namely paintings & manuscripts, textile, inscription, sculptures, coins, anthropology, folk embroidery and handicraft, musical instruments, .....

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Wildlife

#8 of 20 Places to Visit in Rajkot

At a distance of 5 km from Rajkot Junction, Pradyuman Zoological Park is a famous zoo park located on the banks of Lal Pari Lake in Rajkot, Gujarat. Popularly called as Rajkot Zoo, it is one of the finest zoological parks in Gujarat and among the must visit places for wildlife enthusiasts as part of Gujarat tour packages.

Spread over an area of 137 acres, Rajkot Zoological Park is one of the modern & naturalistic developing zoos in India. Also known as Rajkot Prani Sangrahalaya, this zoo is maintained by the Rajkot Municipal Corporation. Initially, the zoo was set up in the year 1992 near Aji Dam. Since the old mini zoo at Aji Dam suffered from many drawbacks and did not match the standards set by the Central Zoo Authority, the zoo was relocated to its present location in 2010 and is renamed as Pradyuman Zoological Park.

Situated in a natural habitat touching Lake Lal Pari and Randarda Lake, Pradyuman Park houses various .....

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Pilgrimage

#9 of 20 Places to Visit in Rajkot

At a distance of 4 km from Rajkot Junction, Shri Swaminarayan Mandir is a Hindu temple situated in Rajkot city of Gujarat. Located on Kalawad Road, it is one of the most celebrated temples in Gujarat and among the must visit places in Rajkot.

Built in 1998 by Swaminarayan Sampradaya, the temple is dedicated to Lord Swaminarayan. It follows the Swaminarayan Sampradaya founded by Bhagwan Swaminarayan and belongs to the Vaishnav tradition. The temple has been built according to the Ancient Vedic Shilpa Shastra techniques and no contemporary building material is used in the construction. The temple has been built out of Ambaji marble, Makrana marble and Udaipur pink marbles. The pink stone used for construction has been brought from Bansipahadpur in Rajasthan and is similar to the stone used in Akshardham at Gandhinagar.

The Mandir consists of three shrines. The first shrine has an idol of Harikrishna Maharaj which is a Panchdhatu murti, made from an alloy composed of five metals. .....

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Pilgrimage

#11 of 20 Places to Visit in Rajkot

At a distance of 10 km from Rajkot Junction, ISKCON Temple is a Hindu temple located on Kalwad Main Road in Rajkot. Also known as Sri Radha Neelmadhav Dham, it is one of the popular ISCKON temples in Gujarat and among the top places of pilgrimage in Rajkot.

ISKCON Temple in Rajkot is a Hare Krishna temple and ashram dedicated to the practice of bhakti-yoga or loving service to Lord Krishna, revered by millions of people all over the world. The temple was built in the year 2003 by HH Mahavishnu Goswami Maharaj and was inaugurated by the Chief Minister of Gujarat Sri Narendra Modi and Alfred Ford (Ambarish Das), the owner of the Ford Auto motors-US.

Known for its architectural beauty and the intricate carvings on the marble, this popular temple draws many visitors all around the year to get a glimpse of the Neelmadhav and to get his divine blessings. The main attraction of the temple is the idol of Lord Krishna and Radha. There are also idols of Sri Jagannath, Baladev, Subadra, .....

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Museum

#15 of 20 Places to Visit in Rajkot

At a distance of 3 km from Rajkot Junction, Science Museum is a museum located next to Bal Udyan in Race Course Grounds of Rajkot, Gujarat. Also known as Regional Community Science Center, it is one of the must visit place for science lovers during Rajkot Tour.

To strengthen the efforts to popularize the science and technology among the society, Government of Gujarat established this museum in 1979 at Bal Bhavan in Rajkot. Later, it was shifted to the new venue at Race Course road. This is a pleasant place for kids to visit where they can get ample learning experiences with some real hands on experience. It follows 'Prayog' concept of science learning and teaching through hands on activities.

The Regional Science Museum Rajkot is an innovative hub for science learning and appreciation platform to engage, educate and empower the next generation learners in the cutting edge of Science & Technology. The museum has over 100 working science models, five well equipped laboratories .....

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Backwaters

#4 of 20 Places to Visit in Rajkot

At a distance of 14 km from Rajkot Junction, Nyari Dam is an earthen dam situated near Rajkot city of Gujarat. Built across Nyari River, it is one of the fascinating places to visit in Rajkot and among the popular dams in Gujarat.

Nyari Dam was built in the year 1976 in order to provide drinking water to the city of Rajkot. The length of the dam is 4206 m and the storage capacity is about 3532 tmc. Surrounded by natural views, the dam is really big and is one of the best places for bird watchers, where one can spot a lot of migratory birds like storks, egrets and pelicans. One can also feed a large number of catfish here.

Nyari dam is known for its lush green garden which spread across 5 acres at the entrance. It is a popular picnic spot among the locals due to the climatic conditions and the surrounding area. The place is popular among photography enthusiasts for its serene backdrop making it picture perfect. There is also a small temple, pumping house in the dam premises. .....

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Heritage

#5 of 20 Places to Visit in Rajkot

At a distance of 41 km from Junagadh and 66 km from Rajkot, Khambhalida Caves are the ancient rock cut Buddhist caves situated at Khambhalida village in Rajkot district of Gujarat. Also known as Rajkot Caves, it is one of the popular places to visit in Rajkot.

Dating back to 4th or 5th century AD, the Khambhalida Caves are a group of three Buddhist caves situated at the foot of a small hill on the banks of a spring. These Caves were discovered in 1958 by P. P. Pandya, a prominent archeologist. It is said that they were carved in the limestone rocks by Saint of Dinyan Branch of the Buddha tradition. It is also said that many Buddha Saints from Junagadh came to these caves for meditation and there is an inscription on a stone here that states Asoka might have come to this place for his meditation.

Among the three caves, the central one contains the stupa which is known as chaitya cave. The entrance of the chaitya is flanked by two large sculptures of the Bodhisattvas. On the .....

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Backwaters

#6 of 20 Places to Visit in Rajkot

At a distance of 8 km from Rajkot Junction, Aji Dam is an earthen dam located near Rajkot city in Gujarat. Situated in the outskirts of the Rajkot city, it is one of major dams in Saurashtra and among the famous tourist attractions of Rajkot.

Built across Aji River, the Aji Dam construction was started in 1952 and completed in 1954. The length of the dam is 2426 m and the total volume content of the dam is 894 tmc. This is the main source of water for people of Rajkot hence it is fondly called as the lifeline of Rajkot City. Like Nyari Dam, it is an ideal picnic place for the people of Rajkot. It features a walkway atop the dam, a manicured garden and plenty of space for children to play. Keep an eye out for migratory birds that flock here.

Lying at the foot of the dam, Aji Dam Garden is quite popular owing to its unique nature and is maintained by Rajkot Municipal Corporation. The garden comprises an amusement park, food courts and children's park in its premises. During .....

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Backwaters

#7 of 20 Places to Visit in Rajkot

At a distance of 6 km from Rajkot Junction, Lal Pari Lake is a picturesque natural lake located in the outskirts of Rajkot, Gujarat. It is one of the popular picnic spots for the travelers and among the best Rajkot Tourist Places.

Lake Lal Pari was constructed by the erstwhile rulers of Rajkot state in 1895. It was a part of Victoria Golden Jubilee Water Works. The lake gets its water from Lal Pari River, one of the smaller tributaries of Aji River. The big Lal Pari Lake offers a place for people to come and explore the beauty of nature in a surreal way. One can also visit Randarda Lake located nearby. Relatively smaller in size at 0.9 Sq. km, it gets its water from the surrounding hillocks and the surplus runoffs from Aji Dam built to its south.

The Lal Pari Lake is especially popular among bird-watchers and nature photographers, due to the vast number of birds that visit the lake every year. Few of these birds are the Rosy Pastors, Purple Moorhen, the Black tailed Godwit, .....

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Pilgrimage

#10 of 20 Places to Visit in Rajkot

At a distance of 4 km from Rajkot Junction, Jagat Mandir is a spiritual place situated in the serene premises of Ramakrishna Ashram in Rajkot. Located on Yagnik Road, this is one of the must visit places in Rajkot for meditation and spiritual lovers.

Also known as Universal Temple, Jagat Mandir is a beautiful temple built in 1934. Carved out of red stones, the temple is dedicated to Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa. The structure of this temple is quite modern that embodies different religions like Hinduism, Islam, Christianity and Buddhism. The temple has been designed by Shri Madhukar Thakor on the lines of the Shri Ramakrishna Temple at Belur Math, which was originally conceived by Swami Vivekananda.

This 168 feet high temple is featuring an auditorium under the Natmandir and Bhoga room under the Garbha Mandir. The sanctum sanctorum or Grabha Mandir of the temple houses a white marble image of Bhagwan Sri Ramakrishna sitting on a Lotus Vedi. The Vedi as well as the image are .....

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Park | Pilgrimage

#12 of 20 Places to Visit in Rajkot

At a distance of 7 km from Rajkot Junction, Shree Ishwariya Mahadev Temple is an ancient temple situated at Madhapar village near Rajkot. Located on Rajkot - Jamnagar Highway, it is one of famous temples located in Rajkot.

Shree Ishwariya Mahadev Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is situated next to the Ishwariya Park. The main deity here is said to be 'Swayambhu' linga. This temple displays impressive frescoes and architecture, which makes the temple more beautiful. The serene and peaceful surrounding of the Ishwariya Temple makes it an ideal place for people to go and offer prayers and spend their time in tranquil nature. Visitors have to climb a flight of stairs from the parking area to reach the sanctum of the temple.

Rajkot Municipal Corporation has developed a park called Ishwariya Park near the temple in 2008. The park features a peaceful environment and lush green lawns along with well laid walking tracks. The park is decorated with statues of different animals .....

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Wildlife

#13 of 20 Places to Visit in Rajkot

At a distance of 42 km from Rajkot Junction, Rampara Wildlife Sanctuary is a dense woodland situated near Khijadiya village near Rajkot, Gujarat. It is one of the major tourist attractions in Gujarat and among the best tourist places in Rajkot. It has been selected as an alternate place for the Asiatic lion breeding center in Gujarat.

A former shooting reserve owned by the erstwhile princely state of Wankaner, Rampara was acquired by the government in 1975, declared as a reserve forest in 1983 and notified as a Sanctuary in 1988 so as to protect the natural vegetation and the wildlife of the area. Covers over an area of around 15 Sq. km, the sanctuary is located near the river of Machchhu, which is drained by two streams named Pat a gala vonklo and Vaghrigalo vonklo.

The sanctuary has plain terrain in the middle with hillocks at the periphery and an undulating terrain in between. The shrubby land spread with patches of grasses, harbors large number of species of plants, birds .....

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Pilgrimage

#14 of 20 Places to Visit in Rajkot

At a distance of 7 km from Rajkot Junction, Prem Mandir is a Syro-Malabar Catholic church in Rajkot. Also known as Sacred Heart Cathedral, it is one of the top religious places in Rajkot and among the best places of sightseeing in Rajkot.

Literally translates to the Temple of Love, Prem Mandir is dedicated to Sacred Heart of Jesus. The striking feature of the cathedral is its architecture which predominantly resembles traditional Indian temples of various religions rather than a church. The cathedral was designed by Ashwinbhai Sanghvi and the glass work was done by Balan.

The cathedral has domes and a pinnacle, and its arches and granite carvings are inspired by Indian mosques. Each of the five domes of the church consists of symbols of different religions. An oriental-style cross on a lotus flower stands atop the main dome and there is a mosaic of Jesus seated above the lotus. The symbols depicted on the windows are flame, flute and lotus.
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Pilgrimage

#16 of 20 Places to Visit in Rajkot

At a distance of 46 km from Junagadh and 60 km from Rajkot, Jalaram Bapa Mandir is a Hindu temple located in Virpur near Rajkot, Gujarat. Situated near Kodhaldham Temple, it is one of the popular places of pilgrimage in Gujarat and among the best places to visit in Rajkot.

Jalaram Bapa popularly known as Bapa was a Hindu saint born in 1799 to Pradhan Thakkar and Rajbai Thakkar in the village of Virpur, Gujarat. His mother Rajbai Thakkar was very fond of saints and sadhus and no saint could go from Virpur without receiving the hospitality of Rajbai. He was a devotee of the Hindu god Rama. At the age of 18, Jalaram Bapa became a disciple of Shri Bhojalram of Fatehpur. With blessings of his guru, he started 'Sadavrat', a feeding center for sadhus and saints as well as the needy. This tradition of feeding people continues to this day in Virpur.

The temple is an actual resident house of Jalaram Bapa where he lived till his last breath. The main attraction in the temple is the portrait .....

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Pilgrimage

#17 of 20 Places to Visit in Rajkot

At a distance of 7 km from Virpur, 47 km from Junagadh and 67 km from Rajkot, Shree Kodhaldham Temple is a holy temple situated near Kavgad in Gujarat. Located on Virpur-Jetpur road, it is one of the popular religious places in Gujarat and among the must visit temples as part of Rajkot Packages.

Dedicated to Maa Khodiyar, the foundation stone for the temple was laid in the year 2012 and was opened for the public in 2017. Built by Shri Kodhaldham Trust of Leuva Patel community, Shree Khodaldham Temple is one of the largest comprehensive Hindu Temples, measures 299 feet long and 135 feet high. The temple houses the idols of Maa Khodiyar along with Maa Amba, Maa Bahuchar, Maa Verai, Maa Mahakali, Annapurna, Gaurtal, Randal, Butbhavani, Momai, Chamunda and Shihori.

Khodaldham has a distinctive architecture that displays the tradition of Leuva Patel community. Its unique architecture and spiritual aura make this temple a must visit for the devotees as well as tourists. Besides .....

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City

#18 of 20 Places to Visit in Rajkot

At a distance of 59 km from Gandhidham, 64 km from Mandvi, 78 km from Kutch, 232 km from Rajkot, 256 km from Jamnagar, 333 km from Junagadh, 334 km from Ahmedabad, 390 km from Dwarka, 431 km from Vadodara, 434 km from Mount Abu, 444 km from Bhavnagar, 557 km from Udaipur and 863 km from Mumbai, Bhuj is a flourishing city in Gujarat and also the headquarters of Kutch district. Often called as the Jaisalmer of Gujarat, Bhuj is one of the popular places to visit in Gujarat and among the best attraction not to miss in a Gujarat tour packages.

Located in the western part of India, Bhuj is the most important city in the Kutch region of Gujarat and also the capital of the former princely state of Kutch. The city of Bhuj got its name from the Bhujiyo Dungar, a hill that overlooks the city and believed to be the residence of the Great Serpent Bhujang, to whom a temple stands at the top of the hill. .....

Distance (From Rajkot): 231 Kms
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City | Heritage

#19 of 20 Places to Visit in Rajkot

At a distance of 29 km from Gandhinagar, 109 km from Vadodara, 175 km from Bhavnagar, 220 km from Rajkot, 230 km from Mount Abu, 250 km from Udaipur, 257 km from Surat, 310 km from Jamnagar, 534 km from Mumbai, 585 km from Bhopal, 681 km from Jaipur and 905 km from Delhi, Ahmedabad is the largest city and also the former capital of Gujarat. Situated on the banks of the River Sabarmati, Ahmedabad is India's first UNESCO World Heritage City and also regarded as one of the fastest growing cities in India.

Also known as Amdavad, the city of Ahmedabad is the commercial hub and also the living symbol of the rich cultural heritage of Gujarat state. Popularly called as the Land of Gandhi, Ahmedabad is closely associated with Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, the father of the nation. It has been one of the most important centers of trade and commerce in western India since medieval times. Presently it is famous for its textile mills and is often referred to as the 'Manchester of the East'.

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Distance (From Rajkot): 218 Kms
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Pilgrimage

#20 of 20 Places to Visit in Rajkot

At a distance of 6 km from Veraval, 83 km from Diu, 94 km from Junagadh, 131 km from Porbandar, 197 km from Rajkot, 221 km from Jamnagar, 233 km from Dwarka, 408 km from Ahmedabad, 428 km from Bhuj, 447 km from Vadodara, 601 km from Mount Abu, 636 km from Surat, 669 km from Udaipur, 787 km from Indore and 912 km from Mumbai, Somnath is a holy temple town situated in Gir Somnath district of Gujarat. Also known as Prabhas Patan, it is one of the most important places of pilgrimages in India for Hindus and among the top places to visit in Gujarat.

The town of Somnath is famous for Somnath Temple, considered to be one of the most revered and holy shrines in India. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, the temple is one among the twelve prominent Jyotirlinga shrines and also one of the oldest places of pilgrimage in Gujarat. The meaning of the word 'Somnath' is the 'Lord of the Moon God', refers to Lord Shiva as He is known to wear the Moon on his head. Also, .....

Distance (From Rajkot): 184 Kms
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