Mandvi

Religious Sites
Heritage Monuments & Structures
Beaches & Coastal Sites
Koday-72 Temples
Vijay Vilas Palace
Mandvi Beach
Bhadreshwar Temple
Navjivan Nature Cure Centre
Shipbuilding Yard
Shyamji Krishna Verma Smarak
     
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  Koday-72 Temples:
  Only 10 km from Mandvi, at Koday Village a complex of 72 Shrines is called as Bauter   Jinalay (72 Temples). The complex has residence facility at Dharamshala within it &   dining facility at Bhojanalaya.
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  Bhadreshwar Temple:
  Bhadreshwar is an ancient architectural marvel & a major Jain Pilgrimage site of   Gujarat, located at 75 km from Bhuj & 69 km from Mandvi. People say that the temple   was built after 45 years of Lord Mahavir’s Death, approx 2500 years ago. There is main   Temple at centre & surroundings has 52 smaller shrines, one of which is Lord   Parshvanath from 500 BC. The Complex houses Dharamshala as well as Bhojanalaya   (Dining) for Jains.
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  Vijay Vilas Palace:
  Mandvi’s attraction is Vijay Vilas Palace, Built in 1929 by Rao Vijayrajji. It was built of   red sand stone in the Rajput style, with a main central dome, Bengal domes at the   sides, bastions at the corner. Its has colorful glass windows. The view from balcony at   the top is beautiful . The king's tomb can also be seen. Many Bollywood films has   shooted their scenes over here. The palace is 7 km from the center of town.
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  Navjivan Nature Cure Centre:

  This is a private trust’s Naturopathy Centre following the line of treatment of “Nature   Cure” as the idea of Mahatma Gandhi. It offers treatment from Panchkarma , herbal,   ayurvedic, meditation, acupuncture, yoga. It is located about 34 Km from Bhuj , on   Bhuj Mandvi Road. The centre also maintains 40 hectares of organic farmland on   which they grow fruits, vegetables, and medicinal plants.

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  Shyamji Krishna Verma Smarak:

  Kutchi Freedom Fighter Shyamji Krishna Verma was born in mandvi. In his memory, a   copy of India House is recently built. He established India House in UK, a place from   where activity were carried out for freedom of India.

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  Mandvi Beach:
  This beach is clean & near to town (7km). Pleasant experience to swim. Have Camel   Ride fun on the beach. Gives nice coastline view. The beach is also known as Kashi   Vishwanath Beach due to nearby temple of Kashi Vishwanath. Windfarm generates   electricity at coastline of the beach.
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  Shipbuilding Yard:
  Once Mandvi was famous for Ship Building. The people build wood boats for clients &   their craftsmanship is appreciated. It’s a lifetime memorable view to see handmade   boats are being built by skilled people.
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