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Jamnagar is located at the Saurashtra region of the Indian state of Gujarat . The city is popularly known for its tie & dye work on fabrics, silken & gold embroidery. You can visit Jamnagar throughout the year. The Jamnagar district, originally constituted as Halar district, is not only of recent origin. However, the region comprised therein is of great antiquity. The city was built around Rammol Lake .

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Jamnagar Tourist Attractions
Lakhota Palace

This diminutive palace once belonged to the Maharaja of Nawanagar. Today it houses a small museum with displays from archaeological sites in the area Lakhota Fort is Jamnagar 's Museum and its terraces display a fine collection of sculpture that spans a period from the 9th to 18th Century.

Bala Hanuman Temple

The Bala Hanuman Temple is on the southeastern side of Ranmal Lake, and here, 24 hours a day since 1 August 1964, there's been continuous chanting of the invocation Shri Ram, Jai Ram, Jai Jai Ram'. This devotion has earned the temple a place in the Guinness Book of Records.

Cremation Park

You don't require a morbid disposition to visit Jamnagar 's cremation park, 10 minutes north of the city centre by auto-rickshaw. There are statues of saints and deities, as well as scenes from the Ramayana. This is an interesting place to visit, and the atmosphere is anything but depressing.

Jumma Mosque

During Aurangzeb's rule in the year 1664, Qutbuddin attacked this state of Jamnagar and during which His Highness Jam Raisinhji died. He built the first mosque in the main bazaar of Jamnagar city. This mosque was later beautified and made bigger and named Jumma Masjid. The present face of Jumma Masjid was given by His Highness Jam Vibhaji's muslim wife Dhanbai.

 
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