Overview

Rajkot is a city in Gujarat, a western Indian state. The Lang Library, which houses Gujarati literature, and the Watson Museum, which houses paintings and artefacts documenting British colonial rule, are both located in central Jubilee Garden. The house where Mahatma Gandhi spent part of his childhood, Kaba Gandhi No Delo, displays photos of the Indian leader and his belongings. The Rotary Dolls Museum displays dolls from all over the world. Rajkot, located in the western part of Gujarat, India, is a vibrant city known for its industrial growth, cultural heritage, and entrepreneurial spirit. Covering an area of approximately 75 square miles (195 square kilometers), Rajkot serves as a major commercial and industrial hub in the region. The city is renowned for its rich history, with landmarks such as the historic Jubilee Garden, Watson Museum, and the iconic Rajkumar College reflecting its cultural significance. Rajkot is also known for its thriving industries, including engineering, automotive, and jewelry manufacturing, contributing to its economic prosperity. With its bustling markets, vibrant festivals, and entrepreneurial atmosphere, Rajkot offers visitors a dynamic and immersive experience in the heart of Gujarat’s cultural and economic landscape.

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