Jamnagar was built around the small Ranmal Lake, in the centre of which is a small palace, reached by a causeway. It is well known for having the only Ayurvedic University in India and a temple listed in the Guinness Book of Records. The old part of town has a number of interesting and impressive old buildings, such as the Mandvi Tower, and is very colourful and vibrant. The centre of the old town is known as Darbar Gadh, a semicircular gathering place. Lakhota Palace : It houses a small museum with displays from archaeological sites in the area. The museum is reached by a short causeway from the northern side of the tank. Bala Hanuman Temple : It is on the south-eastern side of Lakhota Tank. Early evening is a particularly good time to visit the temple.



GETTING THERE AND AWAY AIR The Indian Airlines office on Bhid Bhanjan Rd. Indian Airlines has flights five times weekly from Bombay and these continue on to Bhuj. BUS There are STC buses to Rajkot every 30 minutes or less, and other departures to Dwarka, PPorbandar, Bhuj, Junagadh and Ahmedabad. Somnath Travels, is the agent for private bus companies, and these have services to Rajkot, Dwarkaa, Porbandar and Ahmedabad. TRAIN There are direct trains from Bombay and Ahmedabad via Rajkot. To Dwarka the 138-km journey takes three hours by express train.

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