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05 Awesome Places in Gujarat you must visit in India

Let’s take a captivating journey to see the 05 Awesome places in Gujarat

Gujarat is famous as the home of Mahatma Gandhi and the current prime minister of India. But apart from this, Gujarat is also considered to be a goldmine of history, architecture, heritage, wildlife, beaches and temples. One can see the history, life passing through ages in this beautiful state located in the western edge of India. Today, we have minded top 05 Awesome Places just for you, be sure to include them in your next trip of Gujarat.

1. Rann of Kutch – The Salt Marsh Land of India

The sprawling space of fractured earth and the infinite white of the saltpans in the Rann of Kutch never gets old. It is a seasonal salt marsh which also is home to the largest Wild Ass sanctuary in India. While sun kisses the horizon of Mother Earth, spotting of Wild Ass or being in the nowhere amongst the blanch expanse, are some of the highlights here. Birding aficionados should come here in winters (Oct-Mar) to see the flamingos, sand grouse, coursers, plovers, chats, warblers, babblers, shrikes colouring this otherwise bleached land.

2. Gir – Home of Asiatic Lions

Is Africa the only home of Lions? The answer is “NO”. India also takes pride in having their own land of this majestic beast in a small town of Gir. Gir is a beautiful land painted by Asiatic lions, with their manes swaying in the soft wind and cubs running at their feet. A visit to the sanctuary allows a peak to one of the greatest creations of God at close quarters. The Gir National park is around 1300 sq km and allows a possibility to be in the wild, connect with nature in its best form.

3. Museums of Ahmedabad – A Masterpiece of Craftsmanship

Ahmedabad, the capital of Gujarat, is inadvertent museum capital of India. From the Mahatma Gandhi Ashram to Sardar Patel National Museum or Calico, Dandi Kutir, Tribal Museum, there is a Tresor trové of museum lovers to ferret from. If you are planning to explore the museums, my suggestion is to keep at least 02 – 03 days just for museum hopping. For the evening delight, be sure to keep some time for the magnificent 3D light & sound show at Dandi Kutir and, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Museum.

4. Somnath – Explore A Heritage Wealth

One of the holiest sites of Hindus, Somnath is considered to be the first among the twelve Jyotirlinga shrines of Shiva in India. The temple once annihilated into dust and reconstructed, is thronged by millions of visitors each year. The spectacular golden sand coloured temple rises high above the rest of the single-storeyed buildings in the quaint town of Veraval.

5. Bhuj – A bridge to Civilizations

Bhuj is the bridge to civilizations, which once held importance in the South Asian history and was in the traces of the Indus Valley Civilization – Harappas. Bhuj is also associated with the Hindu epic Mahabharata. Bhuj’s history of over the 4000-year inhabitation narrates the story of developed trading and migratory relationships of various ancient civilizations as far as Zanzibar, the Middle East and Greece, which fostered raising a unique ethnic mix of people and traditions in the region.

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After knowing the 05 Awesome Places in Gujarat, take a sip Herbal Tea to keep you fit and healthy!

Suprabhat Chai - The Morning Tea

Your good morning tea – Suprabhat Chai!

Though Tea drinking is considered a “Gift from the Brits”, a sip of the good morning tea has been a religious practice by Indians for more than a century. A sip of the aromatic Suprabhat Chai – a good morning tea, in the morning is all you need to awake your senses, warming your inner soul and energizing you to savour your day healthily!

In today’s fast-paced life, some of us maintain a healthy life by regular exercising, while some take more spiritual route to cleanse their mind and soul by yoga and meditation or some eat healthy food.

What if we say you can start a healthy life from the very moment you open your eyes in the morning. Hard to believe right? Ayurveda Butterfly has curated the perfect morning beverage, a Sprabhat Chai, – a good morning tea, to awaken all your nerves, detoxifying your mind, body and your soul and improve your immunity. You learn the 5 immunity-boosting teas from Butterfly Ayurveda in our block.

Suprabhat Chai – Your good morning tea right from hills to your doorstep.

From the plantations of Assam and Darjeeling, we pluck the tea leaves which are still dipped in the freshness of morning dew and brought to Butterfly Ayurveda. Our master blenders blend this gift of God in a secret proportion with the herbs like Brahmi, Tulsi, Kali Mirch, Guduchi and Lemongrass, to give you a perfectly healthy start to your day.

Suprabhat Chai – your special ayurvedic treatment!

Ayurveda is said to be the oldest and comprehensive method known to humans in the healthcare field. This ancient, 5000-year-old practise has helped in solving many kinds of diseases and is also heavily depended upon the herbals.

All our Suprabhat Chai, good morning tea,  are an Ayurvedic remedy to solve many of your modern-day problems. The special herbs which we use are:

  1. Tulsi or Holy Basil: Considered among the oldest herbs known to humans, Tulsi consists of a distinctive property of healing as well as healthfulness. Tulsi is full of anti-inflammatory, disease-fighting antioxidants. It is said to a cure for common cold and cough. Tulsi also acts as a stress buster and has a positive impact on reducing cholesterol level. Due to its many uses, it is the most sacred plant In Hinduism as well.
  • Kali Mirch or Black Pepper: Once known as the Black Gold, Kali Mirch was once the spice of rich and the royal only. Kali Mirch enhances digestion, aids in weight loss. It also is a remedy for common cold and cough, helps in maintaining skin health and also absorbing nutrients. For stomach ulcer, Kali Mich is also used due to its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
  • Guduchi: Considered to be one of the nectars of God’s (Amrit) due to its qualities, Guduchi is among the most valued herbs in Ayurvedic medications. Guduchi acts as an immunity booster, a detoxifier, it is immensely effective in respiratory infections, improves digestion, helps in reducing stress and anxiety.
  • Lemongrass: An essential part of Thai Cooking, Lemongrass has many medicinal benefits to our body. It helps in promoting digestion, acts as a diuretic, it has anti-inflammatory properties, increases metabolism and reduces weight, acts as a liver and kidney cleanser.

A sip of Suprabhat Chai, a good morning tea, is not just sip of tea but is a sip towards a healthy ayurvedic life. While you enjoy your tea, learn about the 10 amazing places you should visit in your 40s.