Bhiloda is a village in Gujarat that is located about 105 kms from Ahmedabad and the town nearest to it is Himmatnagar which is about 45 km away. Bhildod is part of Aravalli District created on August 15 2013 and is Taluk headquarters of a number of village panchayats under its jurisdiction. Bhiloda has a multi-ethnic community and people from different parts of India have chosen to settle down here.
Places to Stay
There are no hotels in Bhiloda but there are budget hotels in Himmatnagar and Sabarkantha. One of them is the Sabarkantha Inn (Tariff – Rs. 1000), another is Ashirvad Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 501-1000) and Stay Inn Hotel & Resort (Tariff – Rs. 501-1000).
The official languages of Bhiloda are Gujarati and Hindi. There is a smattering of Kutchi that is also spoken.
The most important festival in Bhiloda is Navratri, they also consider all Jain festivals to be important including Paryushan (which take place in the Shravan month.)
Places of Interest
Most tourist attractions in Bhiloda are ideal for those who are interested in visiting religious places. One of the most popular attractions is in Shamlaji (18 km) on the National Highway. Sabarkantha is only 40 km away from Bhiloda by bus. Danta Ambaji (77 km) and Ambaji (83 km) are also tourist places near Bhiloda.
How to Get There
The nearest airport to Bhiloda is the Ahmedabad Airport which is approximately 105 km away.
Bhiloda has a railway station that is connected to other cities like Baroda, Surat and Rajkot.
There are daily bus services to Ahmedabad, Vapi, Surat, Ankleshwar, Badoli, Daramali and Mumbai. The best bus operators on these routes include Asha Travels, Ramani Travels and Shree Chaudhari Travels. Book your tickets online through several bus booking sites like Ticketgoose.com.
Anjar is a one of the earlist towns in the Kutch district of Gujarat. Its history stretches back over 1400 years to around 650 AD. It is located about 40km from Kandla port in the southern part of the district. Due to its proximity to the Desert of Kutch, the climate in Anjar is very dry.
Places to Stay
It's difficult to find places to stay here and it's usually more useful to have a local contact or find a tour operator to organize it for you.
Festivals like Holi, Sharad Purnima, Ram Navami, Navaratri, HindolaMahotsava, Diwali, and Eid are celebrated in town.
Gujarati is the local language spoken in Anjar. Kutchi and Hindi are commonly used languages.
Places to Visit
The interesting places to visit in Anjar are Shree Swaminarayan Temple at Sawaser Naka, Jesal-Toral Samadhi and BhidBhanjanMahadev Temple all located within a 25 km radius.
How to Get There
The closest airport is Kandla airport at a distance of approximately 8 km. Bhuj Airport is 40km, also convenient. Direct flights to Mumbai are available
Anjar station is connected by train to cities such Pune, Delhi, Mumbai and Jaipur. Although not a major station, most trains passing through stop at Anjar for a brief period.
Anjar is connected to cities such as Ahmedabad, Baroda, Udaipur and Indore by road. The best bus operators that offer quality service include H.K Travels, GSRTC and TicketGoose.com, a leading Online Bus Ticket Booking Service, provides low price, high quality options for bus travellers. Travel websites offer discount on bus ticket booking, especially during the festive season.