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“Rajkot the heart of Saurashtra”
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11 reviews
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“Rajkot the heart of Saurashtra”
Reviewed May 10, 2009

Rajkot by itself is not a great holiday destinaton. My husband had to go there on work and I went with him for a whirlwind tour of Dwaraka, Porbander and a couple of days in Rajkot where Gandhi had lived as a school student. We chose Hotel Harmony for economy and convenient location. It was winter time and we didn't mind legging it around the city to drink in the pleasures like Race Course parks and athletic tracks (ideal for a morning walk), the kite festival and the Gandhi home. The hotel serves good food but if you want authentic Gujarati/Kathiawadi cuisine, I recommend you walk around and try those small clean eateries serving local flavour.

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Thank chitrame
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rajkot
2 reviews
3 helpful votes
“Industrious Rajkot”
Reviewed December 8, 2008

This city is famous because this is the ancestral home of Mahatma Gandhi. Mahatma Gandhi spent the early days of his life here in Rajkot. He attended Alfred High School which is now known as Mahatma Gandhi High School.


Rajkot city is also famous for its mirror-work, Bandhani Sarees, bead work, patch work, silk embriodery, jewellery market, and watch parts.

This city is also famous for its small scale manufacturing industries. The industrial products which have earned fame for Rajkot include auto parts, forging industry, bearings and machine tools.

This city is also famous for its interesting places which include the Watson museum and library, Rajkumar College, Jagat Mandir, Rashtriya Shala, Wankaner, Jubilee Garden and Balaji Temple.

Rajkot city is connected to Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Jamnagar, Bhavnagar and to other major cities of Gujarat and also connected to Mumbai by railway and air.

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1 Thank psprajkot
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Mumbai
1 review
1 helpful vote
“My suggestion to visit Rajkot”
Reviewed December 4, 2008

HI THERE,

Being my native i would suggest all the travelers to visit the metropolitan city of gujarat rajkot.being there is a wonderful experience .you can enjoy the right flavor og gujarat & experience the culture.
So be there

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