Jamnagar, a historical town on the shore of the Gulf of Kutch is a gem of Kathiawar. It is rich with islands, world famous shrines, forts, bird sanctuary and marine national parks. Jamnagar is now counted among one of the most popular pilgrimage destinations in Gujarat as well as in India as millions of people visit the famous Lord Krishna’s temple at Dwarka annually.
Jamnagar is also called the Oil Capital of India producing oil and petroleum products from one of the world largest oil refineries of Reliance Petroleum and Essar Oil. The city also hosts major Industries like Gujarat State Fertilizer Corporation, Shree Digvijay cements and other major brass parts Industries.
|Area||:||15.5 Sq. Km|
|Temperature||:||Summer Max: 36.4 °C. Min: 25.7 °C. (Mar – Oct)|
|:||Winter – Max: 25.1 °C. Min: 11.3 °C. (Nov – Feb)|
|Rainfall||:||47 cm (June to Sept)|
|Best Season||:||Throughout the year|
Indian airline service well connects Jamnagar with Mumbai .Rail
Jamnagar has a very fair railway service to Mumbai and Ahmedabad. Hapa junction is only 9kms far from Jamnagar .Road
Jamnagar is highly linked with all the major places of Gujarat. Rajkot 100 km, Palitana 246 km, Somnath 257 km, Dwarka 148 km, Ahmedabad 304 km and Vadodara 400 km. Gujarat State transport as well as luxury coaches also connects Jamnagar with all major cities of Gujarat.
Places of Interest
- Ranmal Lake
- Lakhota Fort
- Bhujia Kotha
- Ayurved University
- Pratap Villas
- Bala Hanuman
- Bet Dwarka
- Kileshwar Temple
- Bileshwar Temple
- Ashapura Temple
- Khijadia Bird Sanctuary
- Harshidhi Temple