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Imposing gates into this walled 'city' - left to ruin. walls that run for 7kms, watch towers, imposing gates leading to the now desolate 'dock'. Where once Im sure trade flourished between the North African & Middle Eastern ports. There is a Gurudwara built on...More
A beautiful fort that actually has a history to be proud about but as usual neglected by the ASI!
Its a vast area and a young person is trying to create a memomary walk.(His father operates a small shack at the entrance gate to the...More
I'm sure one would wonder what would make the isolated fort a HIDDEN GEM! Well, if you got visit this place to understand it's history, culture and beauty, The first thing that you will notice while reaching this place is it's ISOLATION. There is nothing...More
Lakhpat name is given because all resident was Lakhpati (trading business was big in ancient time before Earthquake change the course of river )
Fort walls are so strong and you can see so beautiful view ... there is one old Temple, then one Masjid...More
If you do not like crowded places, like serenity... This is the place to be ... Quite a long drive from Bhuj but definitely a super place to visit. The village in this fort is half deserted. Has a Gurudwara where one can get food...More
Lakhpat was once among the biggest port and business hub in Asia. Now only remains are remaining.
Drive to Lakhpat is beautiful. Landscapes are good. The deserted fort is a beauty to visit. However it is disturbing that no facility is available to guide the...More
Lakhpat is very Amazing village with it's architect. 7 kms big fort, marvellous Carving tomb Ghost tomb Hazrat Gaus Mohammad, Shah Abuturab and village buildings. You need to understand very interesting History Story of Lakhpat please take Tourist Guide there very Famous old man Guide...More
This is not what I expected. I was surprised at the extent of the site. The place is almost a ghost town, but that is some of the beauty. Some of the abandoned buildings have information plaques, but it is best to research the history...More
If you have time in your itinerary for Kutch, it is a good day tour from Bhuj by including koteshwar temple and Narayan sarovar in the trip.
The fort over all is not in a very good condition and i would say needs good care...More
Response from rannofkutchin | Reviewed this property |
In same day it's not possible to cover all places. Kutch is first largest district of india by areawise. you can visit Lakhpat Narayan Sarovar Matanomadh. for Lakhpat bus is available from Bhuj ST Station 6 am Daily.