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Rajkot City of Gujarat is our next Indian tourist place. This city stands at 3rd position of largest cities list of Gujarat. First comes Ahmedabad City, 2nd comes Surat City and third is Rajkot. This metropolis is placed on 23rd position in list of urban agglomeration cities of India. According to census average population of Rajkot is excess of 1.6 million. It also positioned on 22nd place in world for fastest growing. Capital city Gandhinagar is just 245 km away from Rajkot. Nyari and Aji Rivers are main source of water in city.

Mostly people of Gujarat are vegetarians and they are fervently opposed of hunting. The whole Gujarat is growing with rich fauna so as the Rajkot city also. Females of Gujarat are keen to wear gold ornaments at any occasion.

Rajkot is turned one of the essential tourist destinations of India and abroad travelers are showing their huge interest in the city visit.

Key destinations of Rajkot are Kaba Gandhi’s Gate, Watson Museum, Jagat Mandir, Rashtriya Shala and some more. Depicted few sites of Rajkot will help voyagers to not miss valuable locations.

Swaminarayan Temple: the shrine reputable by BAPSS (Bochasanwasi Akshar Purushottam Swaminarayan Sanstha) in 1907.

High School Mahatma Gandhi: high school named as MGHS (Mahatma Gandhi High School) was previously recognized as AHS (Alfred High School) founded in 1853.

Rampara Wildlife Sanctuary: situated at only gap of 47 kms from the center Rajkot, founded in 1988 with small area of 15 square kms. Around 280 species woodland home is special thing of park. 130 kinds of birds with 20 types of reptiles and animals can be seen in the wildlife Rampara.

Rashtriya Shala: recognized as historical spot of Rajkot was opened in 1921. Rashtriya Shala is linked to Mahatma Gandhi’s life.

Jubilee Garden: park positioned in center of Rajkot is most populace tourism spot.

Countless more attraction spots of Rajkot are Rajkumar College, Kaba Gandhi No Delo, Ramakrishna Ashram, Mukti Dham, Lal Pari Lake, Asharamji Bapu Ashram, Ishwariya Temple, Jagat Mandir, Shri Ranchhoddas Ashram, Race Course, CSCP (Community Science Centre and Planetarium), Panch Nath Mahadeo shrine, RNBNG (Raiya Naka and Bedi Naka Gate), Aji Dam Garden and RMD (Rotary Midtown Dolls) Museum.

Watson Museum: important Rajkot tourist spot is Watson Museum located in Jubilee Garden. Established in 1888 fanatical to James Watson the Colonel.

Attaining to Rajkot:
Reaching is Rajkot city is possible by road, train and air.

By Rail: regular trains from Mumbai, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Coimbatore, Bhopal, Kochi and few more cities are available.

By Air: The air hub of Rajkot is linked through domestic flights only. Regular domestic flights from Mumbai are available.

By Bus: Gujarat Roadways is offering buses for almost every city of India. State transport is having bus for Rajkot from Bhuj, Mount Abu, Udaipur, Una, Mumbai and Bhavnagar.
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