As we shift westwards of a truly incredible India, we come across an offbeat region in the state of Gujarat - Kutch. Winters (November-Feb) are the best time to visit Kutch, mainly because of the full moon nights as the reflection of the moonlight on the white sand turns the place into an absolute paradise. The Rann Festival is also organised during the same time, and that increases the scope for a lot of activities in and around the region. Summers should be avoided as temperatures can go as high as 45 degree celcius.
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The Ashapura Mata temple was built in the 14th century by two Karad Vanias. During Chaitra Navratri & Ashwin Navratri, lakhs of devotees from all over the state come here to pay their respects.
Rann Utsav in Kutch provides a multifaceted view of the place's culture, tradition, artwork, and natural beauty. It celebrates the magnificent beauty and ethnic flavor of Kutch through crafts, music and dance and its stunning landscape of endless white deserts. The full moon's reflection on the beautiful white sands marks the beginning of the Rann Utsav in Kutch.