Bhuj, the central city of the Kutch region in the westernmost part of India, has prospered as the capital of the Kingdom of Kutch since the Middle Ages and continues to support the economy of the region as the capital of the province. Each of the surrounding ethnic minority villages has its own unique handicraft culture, and the bazaar with its beautiful collection of goods is a highlight of the city, as well as a base for tourists to explore the small villages of Kutch.
The Kutch region is located in the westernmost part of India, on the border with Pakistan. Handicrafts such as embroidery and weaving, which are spun in small villages scattered throughout the vast nature, have taken root as a major culture. You can enjoy an impressive journey through this region by visiting the villages where ethnic minorities live and touching various handmade products, and visiting the pure white salt lakes that appear during the dry season.