An abundance of tradition and culture in vibrant colors, Kutch is a fascinating land and no visit to Gujarat is complete without a sojourn to this peninsular district. Kutch is the largest border district in the Indian sub continent and the second largest district in India. The word Kutch means something that become alternately wet and dry, which is based on the fact that Rann of Kutch becomes submerged under water during the rains. The people are very sturdy, business minded and seafaring.
"KUTCH" nahin Dekha to Kuchch Nahin Dekha !!
A Mystical Land. Intriguing. Exuberant. Enthralling.
Remote and thrilling could best describe Kutch. Lying in the western most part of Gujarat, Kutch is separated from the Sindh region of Pakistan by the Great Rann of Kutch. Bhuj is known as capital of Kutch and is an ideal starting point to visit the Rann of Kutch. Kutch produces some of Country's most exquisite crafts like embroidery, tie die fabrics, enameled silverware and other handicrafts. The great and little Rann of Kutch are the breeding ground of Flamingo, Pelican & Avocet and the home of the rare Indian wild ass which is now a protected species.
Kutch is a slowly picking up tourist destination in India that is attracting large number of tourists with its vast desert (the Rann of Kutch) and long coast line beaches. Kutch district is a must visit for its uniqueness along with the famous crafts and embroidery works.
"KUTCH" nahin dekha to Kuchch Nahin Dekha !!! Come To Our Incredible Mother Land and Experience the Zeal and Vibrant Colours.