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"Bhavnagar is an 18th century city and is a premier cotton-exporting sea-port on the south-eastern Saurashtra coast. Bhavnagar is also known for the Gandhi Smriti, an institution built in memory of Mahatma Gandhi, the Barton Museum, Takhteswar temple and Gauri-Shankar lake."
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Bhavnagar & Palitana Tourism

Found in 1743 AD by Bhavsinhji Gohil, the Suryavanshi ruler whose ancestors had migrated from Marwar five centuries earlier, Bhavnagar is a flourishing port town on the south-eastern coast of Gujarat`s Saurashtra region. Bhavnagar today has a number of small, medium and large industries and is a premier cotton-exporting seaport.

Quick Getaways
Highlights
None Burton Library and Museum
Gandhi Smriti
Gaurishankar Lake
Lock Gate
Palitana
Takhteshwar Temple Palace

Getting There

By Air

Bhavnagar is the nearest airport well connected with Mumbai.

By Rail

Bhavnagar and Palitana are on the metre guage line of the Western Railway.

By Road

Bhavnagar and Palitana are connected by good motorable roads.

 



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