Sanghipuram is situated in the Kutch district of Gujarat. It is located in the Bermoti village within Abdasa Taluk. Sanghipuram is an industrial area and came into prominence because of the Sanghi group of industries. It also has the world’s largest lignite based cement plant. Sanghipuram is located 401 km from Ahmedabad and takes approximately 6 hours and 30 minutes.
Places to Stay
There is a scarcity of hotels in Sanghipuram, however one can opt for lodges or book the inspection bungalow at Abdasa taluk. One can also book a room in Jakhau temple in advance. Room rent is in the range of Rs. 300 to Rs. 800.
People primarily speak Gujarati. Other languages spoken are Sindhi, Kutchi and Hindi.
Rannutsav is the biggest festival of Kutch district. Navratri is one of the most widely celebrated festivals of Gujarat and this festival takes place between October to November and continues for 9 days.
Places of Interest
Jakhautirtha is a temple which is situated in Abdasa. This is one of the most important pilgrimage destinations for the Jains. The temple is in the centre of the town and has an idol of Shri Mahavir Bhagavan. There eight other temples in the vicinity. Gurjar Wadi is also another important tourist destination. Pingleshwar beach which is situated 12 km away from the taluk headquarters is also a serene place to relax during weekends.
How to Get There
The nearest airport to Sanghipuram is Bhuj Airport which is approximately 90 km from Sanghipuram and takes approximately 1 hour and 29 minutes to reach.
The nearest railway station is Bhuj, which is approximately 90 km from Sanghipuram. The Bhuj express and Kutch express travel via Ahmedabad and are destined to Bhuj.
The distance between Ahmedabad and Sanghipuram is 401 km. HK travel provides quality bus services to Sanghipuram. Avoid standing in queues in bus counters and go for online bus ticket booking facility instead.