Kutch, the largest district of India, is an entity in itself. It’s a deeper soul of Gujarat that refuses to discard its old ways. At first glance, Kutch appears like any other region of India – dusty and pretty ordinary, but that’s just the surface. The true Kutch is a storehouse of unique things that you need many days to learn about. Yes, Kutch can’t be explored in just a few days.
The shortest distance that can be covered in Kutch is 40 km, which was from Bhuj to Devpur Yaksh. Thus, as soon as you embark on your Kutch journey, the first thing that you need to deal with is the distances.
The First thoughts about Kutch are not very rosy. As a traveller, a bit intimidated in the beginning. It is not always sure that a traveller would be able to extract its beauty and nuances. But all that was just whims of an anxious traveller. the visit to Lakhpat introduced you to the quintessential character of Kutch.
Kutch is a beguiling land – it has an awe-inspiring history, distinctive palaces and forts, unassuming Bhujodi Hills, traditionally dressed folks, villages, handicraft, mud houses, wholesome food, simple people, and of course, the Great Rann of Kutch.
The landscapes of Kutch have both barrenness and lushness. Most of Kutch has Banni grasslands that look arid, while some parts of the district like the countryside towards Mandvi has verdant plantations, which is quite unlike the rest of Kutch.
we can’t wait to share the Kutch that we captured through our lens –