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Champaner – Pavagadh: A World Heritage Site in Gujarat

Walk the ancient streets just as its inhabitants did five centuries ago

Have a visual treat at Thol Bird Sanctuary!

The lake sanctuary near Gujarat capital is home to more than 100 species of birds

Shoojit Sircar shoots with Big B in Gujarat

This week, the Gujarat Tourism brand ambassador will shoot mostly in wildlife areas of the state

International Kite Festival kickstarts at Ahmedabad

BJP's PM candidate also greets people for Makar Sankranti and Uttarayan

Over 3000 people participate in Gujarat’s Saputara paragliding festival

Number of tourists doubles during the second edition; Women outnumber male participants

Palitana: Gateway to Jainism's holiest pilgrimage sites

You need not be a Jain to admire the sculptures that adorn 900 marble temples

Lothal : Gujarat’s intern'l archaeological destination

Just 78 km from Ahmedabad, roam the ruins with your heart open to the ancient

Little Rann of Kutch: The Queen of Indian Deserts

Don’t miss out on the tremendous beauty found in deserts

Saputara-- the only hill station of Gujarat

Take a deep breath. Disappear. You have entered nature’s womb

Hutheesing Temple: a must-see place in Ahmedabad

150-year-old temple is a prominent landmark in the heart of the city

NRG season in Gujarat-What should you see?

GGN suggests all NRGs to visit Gir lion safari

Rann Utsav 2013 starts December 14

Enjoy the carnival of colours, music and dance in moonlit winter nights

Gujarat to spend Rs.120 crore to develop 10 beaches

The project would be carried out on a public private partnership basis

GSRTC to launch “hi-end” service buses soon

40 luxury coaches to ply on various routes under public-private-partnership

Big B to film last leg of Gujarat tourism campaign

The shoot spanning 20 days in September will be used to promote Parsi, Sikh and Jain sites

Now Asiatic Lions in Amreli too

To handle tourists’ rush, Gujarat govt is developing Gir Interpretation Zone Ambardi

Now you can walk on Sabarmati banks

Water rides and walkway is a part of Sabarmati Riverfront project

Gujarat eyeing 25 percent hike in tourist inflow

The number has increased significantly after the 'Khushboo Gujarat Ki' ad


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