Sidhpur, a city in the Patan district of Gujarat, lies along the banks of River Saraswati. The city’s name Sidhpur is said to be have been taken from the ruler, Siddharj Jaisingh, who built his capital in this area. This city is 69 km away from Pathan and 99 km from Gandhinagar, its city capital city. Neighbouring cities around Sidhpur are Kheralu, Patan, and Unjha.
Places to Stay
People visiting Sidhpur, stay in Palanpur which is 32 km away from the city. Some of the budget hotels found here are Surya Hotel (Tariff – Rs.245), Hotel Banas (Tariff – Rs.263), Hotel Lajwanti (Tariff – Rs.525), and Cappal Hotel (Tariff – Rs.350).
The official languages spoken in Sidhpur are Gujarathi and Hindi.
The most celebrated festivals in Sidhpur are the Kite Festival held in January, Holi in March, Janmashtami in July-August, Ganesh Chaturthi in August-September, Navaratri in October and Diwali in October-November.
Places of Interest
There are many historical monuments and structures located in and around Sidhpur, including Bindu-Sarowar, which is 3 km away from the city, Rudra Mahalaya Temple (2.2 km), and Jami Masjid, which is near the city.
How to Get There
There is an operational airport located in Ahmedabad which is 110 km away from Sidhpur.
There is a railway station in the city which connects the city to other surrounding cities and towns.
The Western Express Highway is a famous route that connects Sidhpur to other areas nearby. There are frequent buses from Mumbai and Surat to Sidhpur run by Neeta Travels, Shubham Travels, and Sifat Travels. When you make use of any bus ticket offer on various travel websites, you can save a lot of money.
A well structured city, Gandhidham falls under the Kachchh District of Gujarat. Well-connected to Kandla and the National Highways, Gandhidham was formed in the 1950s after of the partition of India, to help resettle the refugees from Sindh. A fast developing city in Gujarat state, Gandhidham is connected by road and rail to the rest of India. Transport Nagar, on the suburbs of the city is the hub for all major transport activity in Gandhidham.
Places to Stay
Places like Hotel Aarti International (Tariff-Rs.1,499) and Hotel Shiv Nautica (Tariff-Rs.2,285) offer affordable accommodation from Rs.1500 onwards.
The main festivals in Gandhidham are Deepavali, Navaratri, Ramnavami and Holi.
Gujarati is the official language here. Hindi is also spoken here.
Places to Visit
The city has a Gandhi Samadhi, where last remains of Mahatma Gandhi are kept. The Bhadreswar temple and Modhera built in the 11th century is well-known, The Shiva temple in Kera and the Purneshwar temple constructed in the 10th century is a major tourist attraction neraby.
How to Get There
Gandhidham also has its own airport called Kandla Airport or Galphadar Airport which is located six kilometers north of Gandhidham
The Gandhidham Railway Station runs regular trains that connect the city to the rest of the country.
Well-connected by road, the Gandhidham Bus Terminus has many buses services that connect the city to places across the state. Private bus operators like Patel Tours & Travels, Royal Express and H K Travels run regular bus services to and from the city. If you are planning a vacation, book bus online and remain tension free.