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Bhuj is a city with a mythical past. Legend has it that the city was named after a great Naga chieftain named Bhujanga who was worshipped by his people as a snake god. It was called Suleiman Nagar for a short while under the control of the Mughals. This is a city with resilience in its spirit. It resisted 4 foreign attacks against its walls. It has erected one of the first Swaminarayan Sampradaya temples. It is now a centre for handicrafts and local arts. The resilience of the city truly shows in how it has resurrected itself after the tragic Gujarat earthquakes. It is now as vibrant, joyful, and full of life as it has ever been.

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Hotels/ stay in Bhuj

Bhuj is a rather small city but there are sufficient accommodations available for tourists and visitors. This includes the New Station Road, a central are of Bhuj located 4 km away from the Bhuj airport, where there are budget hotels at a rate of INR 400 to INR 1200. Another area for accommodations is the Langa Street near Durbargarh gate, about 5 km from Bhuj Airport. Here you can access comfortable guesthouse accommodations for around INR 300 to INR 1200.

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Things to do in Bhuj

Bhuj is famous for its temples, palaces, hills, and lakes. Visit the Shree Swaminarayan Temple located very close to Hamirsar Lake. It is known for its magnificent marble based architecture. Pragmahal Palace was the abode of the rulers of Kutch and is famous for its radically unique architectural style.  In its compound is the Aaina Mahal, known as the Palace of Mirrors. Make it a point to visit Hamirsar Lake. Located in the heart of the city, its tranquil atmosphere and natural beauty give you an exquisite taste of the placid ambience of the city. And finally, make sure to visit Bhujio Hill, a historical fort made by the Kutch rulers to protect the city.

Transport in Bhuj

Bhuj is a rather small city so travelling is not really a problem here. There are sufficient bus routes but the most common mode of transport is by auto rickshaws. The fare depends upon distance and time and is usually subject to bargaining. There is also an option of riding around the city on a rented bicycle.

Food in Bhuj

Cuisine in Bhuj is generally vegetarian. The city is famous for its fried and savoury snacks like khakra (crispy flatbread), papad (fried rice wafers), as well as its sweet fried jalebi (jaggery based sweets).Roadside stalls in Bhuj are famous for their bracing sweet and spicy tea. Bhuj meals are usually based on the Gujarati Thali style, with rotlas (sweet bread based dishes), vegetable curries, and lentils. Other popular Gujarati dishes to try out include Puran Poli (sweet jaggery based flatbread), Dhokla (rice and chickpea batter based dish), and Basundi (Indian milk sweet). Popular restaurants in Bhuj include the Maharaja restaurant. A meal costs around INR 300/ USD 4 (approx.).

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Note: All the above information hold true as of 10 May 2016.