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A coastal city famed as the birth place of Mahatma Gandhi, Porbander is a must see on your travel itinerary when in Gujarat. The area around his birthplace has now been converted into a Temple of Peace and is worth visiting. Having been the favourite of generations till now, the sun-kissed Chowpatty beach is still thronged by travellers and residents alike. The Barda Hills Wildlife Sanctuary is about 15 kms away, providing the opportunity of viewing Leopards, Hyenas, Wild Boars, Wolves, Jackals and Bluebulls in their natural habitat, and also having picnic spots for tourists. Also an important destination for Hindu pilgrims, Porbandar has a scattering of temples, of which the Sudhama and Bharat mandir are very important. Loaded with historical and religious connotations, and also having a sprinkling of natural assets, Porbandar invites the traveller with the assurance of an unforgettable holiday.

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Jigna Makwana
Jigna Makwana
Nice city
Jun 26 2014
Porbandar city is a seaside town of Gujarat. The city also has a mythological association. It is believed that Sudama, Lord Krishna's classmate resided in the city. Porbandar was thus khown as Sudamapuri. The Kirti Mandir , Porbandar has a memorial o ...... read more
Deepak Singh
Deepak Singh
Birth of Gandhian Era
Jun 24 2014
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born 2 October 1869 in porbandar a coastal town on the Kathiawar Peninsula and then part of the small princely state of Porbandar in the Kathiawar Agency of the British Indian Empire.
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