#bhuj heritage buildings

Ramkund, the small well-temple hidden in the corners of Bhuj, only to be found when searched for, had a very special day on 29th April 2017.

Article posted on the 5th May 2017

How a heritage walk through Bhuj opened my eyes after six months.

Blog entry posted on the 2nd Mar 2017

Waniya no Delo is just ahead from Waniyavad area. Jain Upashryas, Jinalay and community hall is situated in this area. Even today number of Jain families are living here and because of that this Dela means doors are called as a 'Waniya no Delo' or 'Jian Delo'.

Information posted on the 11th Nov 2014

Throne tradition is based in Sankarvali Dargah is yet to be continued in family of Pir Abdullasha, said by Kulsum Bibi. All inheritors of this throne are buried here. One story is connected with the name of this Dargah.

Information posted on the 11th Nov 2014

This area was very busy due to trading and that's why it was named as a 'Bhid chowk' means busy area. Like 50 years back grain merchants were selling grains in a heap and buyers were choosing heap and were bought grain.

Information posted on the 11th Nov 2014

On the way from Maherali chowk to Bhid area there is a street called Wokla Faliya or street. 'Wokla' means stream of rain water. Long time back it was a exit point for rain water.

Information posted on the 11th Nov 2014