Rajkot Cricket Holidays & Tours
Like so many of India’s cities Rajkot has grown dramatically in recent times. A booming economy means it’s now home to more than 1.5 million people and one of Gujarat’s fastest growing urban centres. Rajkot’s most famous son is Mahatma Gandhi and the city is proud of the years he spent here as a child. Alongside examples of Indian culture you’ll also see many examples of the days of the Raj in spacious public parks and impressive Victorian architecture.
Rajkot’s top visitor attractions provide a blend of cultures and styles. The city boasts many temples and shrines, parks and museums. For a few minutes of quiet contemplation head to the peaceful and serene pink towered Ramakrishna Ashram. The open, inviting Jubilee Garden features many colonial monuments, at its centre the impressive Connaught Hall. The Watson Museum offers a glimpse in to Rajkot history while the Doll Museum is a quirky celebration of all things cute and petticoated!