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Little Rann of Kutch, Bahucharaji, Modhera, Patan, Sahastra Ling Lake

Becharaji or Bahucharaji is a temple town and taluka capital in Mehsana district of Gujarat state, India. The town is associated with Hindu goddess Bahuchar Mata worshipped as Bala. It is one of the three Shakti Peethas worshipped in Gujarat; Becharaji, Ambaji and Pavagadh.

The Sun Temple, Modhera, at Modhera in Gujarat, is a temple dedicated to the Hindu Sun-God, Surya. It is situated on the bank of the river Pushpavati, and it was built in 1026 AD by King Bhimdev of the Solanki dynasty. In the present times, prayers are not offered in this temple. This temple is now under the supervision of Archaeological Survey of India.

Rani ki vav.

During the period of the Solanki dynasty, the stepwell called the Rani ki vav, or Ran-ki vav (Queen’s step well) was constructed. It is a richly-sculptured monument, built by Udaymati in memory of her husband, Bhimdev I (1022-1063).
It was probably completed by Udayamati and Karandev I after his death. A reference to Udaymati building the monument is in the 'Prabandha Chintamani' composed by Merutunga Suri in 1304 AD..
It was one of the largest and the most sumptuous structures of its type. It became silted up and much of it is not visible now, except for some rows of sculptured panels in the circular part of the well. Among its ruins one pillar still stands which is the proof not only of the elegance of its design, but also excellent example of this period. A part only of the west well is extant from which it appears that the wall had been built of brick and faced with stone. From this wall project vertical bracket in pairs, this supported the different galleries of the well shaft proper. This bracketing is arranged in tiers and is richly carved.
There is also a small Gate below the last step of the step well which has a 30 kilometre tunnel built (Now it has been blocked by stones and mud) which leads to the town of Sidhpur near Patan. It was used as an escape gateway for king who built the step well in the times of defeat.
Most of the sculpture is in devotion to Vishnu, in the forms of his Avatars (Krishna, Rama and others), representing their return to the world.
Around 50–60 years back there used to be ayurvedic plants around this areas which causes the water accumulated in Rani ni vav helpful for viral disease, fever. The list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Little Rann of Kutch or little desert of Kutch is a salt marsh located near the Great Rann of Kutch in Kutch district, Gujarat, India.

The Wild Ass Sanctuary of the Little Rann of Kutch, spreading across nearly 5000 square kilometers of the Little Rann, is the only place on earth where the endangered Indian Wild Ass (Equus hemionus khur), known locally as the ghudkhar, still lives. The sanctuary was set up in 1973 to protect the endangered wild ass. These creatures look like a cross between a donkey and a horse. They're slightly bigger than a donkey, and are fast and strong like a horse.The only other two subspecies of wild asses live in the high arid plateaus of Tibet, making this the most accessible place to visit wild asses in their natural environs. Standing more than a meter tall at the shoulder and two meters in length, wild asses are very agile and can run long distances at a speed of 50 km/h, making them more like wild horses, and far more captivating than their domesticated cousins. Around 3000 of them live in the sanctuary, and are usually seen in herds, especially around breeding season (foals can be seen with the herds around October and November.)

Though a bleak landscape it is rich in biodiversity and is an ecologically important area for wildlife and many local and migratory waterbirds like cranes, ducks, pelicans, flamingos and land birds like sandgrouse, francolins and the Indian bustards.It is also home to various unique mammals apart from wild ass such as the Indian wolf, desert fox, jackals, chinkara, blackbucks, striped hyenas, and nilgai etc..




 How to reach

By road: The Wild Ass Sanctuary is 130 km from Ahmedabad, 175 km from Rajkot and 265 km from Bhuj, accessible from all of these by ST buses.

By rail: The Nearest stations are- Patan - 16 kms, Ahmedabad - 130 Kms, Rajkot - 175 Kms,

By Flight: Nearest airport is the Ahmedabad


 Tour cost

Budget (B) Plan   Members   Non Members    

Group Tour cost
  Rs.8950/-*   Rs.9450/-*   -


* The cost for 120 days advance booking to avoid addtional charges
 Package Inclusive*
mmi_car Auto | Sumo | Tavera | Car

mmi_stay Hotel/ / Home Stay ( Twin sharing basis)

All tea, breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Entry fees

 Package Exclusive*
All tea, meals during train journey

All personal expenses

  Camera Changes

Any kind of insurance coverage

mmi_train Return Sleeper Class (B)/ 3tr Ac (C)

Other All entry fees


 Itinerary For The Tour

Day 0
Start Your Train Journey Leave for LRK from BDTS

Day 1
Transfer to hotel rest after lunch start first Rann safari Rann and Sunset

Day 2
Early Morning have tea and bf Breakfast start Bahucharaji & Modhera Sun Temple, Patan (Rani ki Vav & Shahstraling talav) & Shankheswer jain Tirth

Day 3
Early Morning have tea and bf Breakfast start Rann safari watching back to hotel lunch pack your bag check out transfer to station 18.47 pm leave for BDTs from LRK

Day 0
Reach BDTs moning 5.40 tour ends...



 Things To Carry

1 ID Card Compulsory (Aadhar/ Pancard/DL/Voter ID)

2 Nature friendly cloths

3 Torch (Must)

4 Sanitary Kit

5 Dry Foods (snacks)

6 Cap, goggle, sunscreen, moisturizer etc..

7 Personal Medicin / First Aid kit.

8 Sport shoes or Kitos/ sandal

9 Binocular/Camera with lenses (Optional)



 How To Register

1

125 day's advance booking mandatory for hassle free travel, accommodation and safari


2 Kindly mail Us (info@mymeraindia.com) /call us ( +91 77189 80081 - 82 ) for seat availability & cost

3

Kindly download Tour Registration Form (Tour Registration Form ) fill and mail to us


4 Kindly make the payment either bank deposit or online transfer

5 Cost in INR valid for Indian Nationals and for Foreigner's Tourist please call/mail us for cost & booking

6 *The cost for per person group of minimum six (G6) and for 2/4 Person (G2/G4) in jeep for Photography Call us for cost

7 *The Cost may change if any change in Govt fees/park fees.

8 *Mini Bus safari timing different from jeep safari

9 *For fulldays safari timing different jeep safari call for cost

10 Be in touch with us for more information

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 Terms & Conditions

1

Email Confirmation is compulsory with payment for booking


2 My Mera India reserves the right to change/modify or terminate the offer any time at its own discretion and without any prior notice.

3

Kindly obey / follow the Tour/Team leader instructions


4 We all are going for an adventurous/wildlife and interesting trekking /wildlife/expedition, please Do Not misinterpret it as a PICNIC or LEISURE TOUR, There will be ample of enjoyment but not at the cost of discipline.


 Who Can Take Part

1

Anyone can Join the tour (Filling up proper infomation form and payment)


2 It doesn’t matter if you’re male or female you're alone or in group no issue you can join the tour without any tension and fear.

3

Minor can join tour with proper permission from their home.


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 Do's & Don'ts

 

Do's


 
  •   Extra Carry clothes.
  •   Always carry original identity proof.
  •   Follow strict timings as given by your team leader to avoid delay in any activities as safaris are group     events.
  •   Enjoy nature and surrounding area in the jungle while you in safari with your group.
  •   Always keep your phone on silent or airplane mode when entering forest.
  •   Cover your face with a scarf to protect it from dust.
  •   Also carry extra batteries, memory cards for camera
  •   Cloth/Cover to protect the camera/binoculars etc. from dust.
  •   Option to Carry Sunscreen (fragrance-free).
  •   Always remain calm & composed when any sighting takes place. Remember patience is the only key.
  •   Your guide/mentor/leader know the area inside the forest better than anyone, so do co-operate with     them.
  •   Always respect your local guide/driver and their knowledge about the forest during the safari.

 

Don'ts


 
  •   Do not litter in forest and surrounding areas.
  •   Do not throw anything out of the gypsy.
  •   No one is allowed to get down from the gypsy inside the forest.
  •   Do not yell, scream or wave at the animals.
  •   Do not wear brightly colored clothes or apply any kind of perfumes or deodorants.
  •   Never feed any animals.
  •   Do not play any loud music in vicinity of the forest area.
  •   Do not argue with any person like forest guards, guides, locals or even travellers from another gypsy     during the safari.


     
 

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