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More Khushboo Gujarat Ki! 

Come visit the land where the Saraswati once flowed, around the Buddhist circuit in the Gujarat, enjoy the monsoon festival of Saputara and see the Handicrafts making in the state! 

See the Temple built as a tribute to the Sun God, seek the blessings of Ma Amba and there is always the Rann of Kutch to visit! 

All this and more in the latest


 


“Come breathe in a bit of Gujarat”

These words said by Amitabh Bachchan on the TV screens have left an unbreakable mark in the hearts and minds of many tourists. The same Gujarat that was earlier known to produce the best tourists is now a vibrant tourist destination in its own right, drawing tourists from all over the world.

It was Shri Narendra Modi’s vision that a land with so much history, culture and natural beauty emerge as a top tourist destination and today, that dream has come true. Thanks to the ‘Khushboo Gujarat Ki’ campaign, tourist arrival in Gujarat has witnessed robust growth with a 30% rise in tourist arrival over the past 2 years (from 1.70 crore in 2009-10 to 2.23 crore in 2011-12).

Here, we present to you the latest ‘Khushboo Gujarat Ki’ ads that show you the beautiful architecture heritage of Gujarat- Sun Temple of Modhera, Patan and the Kirti Toran of Vadnagar; they take you at the feet of Ma Amba and take you around the Buddhist circuit in Gujarat. They give you a sneak peak into the vibrant Handicrafts making in the state and show you glimpses of the Rann of Kutch and Sidhpur, where the River Saraswati once flowed. Take a look at the breathtaking landscape of Saputara! 

Do enjoy these videos and if you have not yet done so…come breathe in a bit of Gujarat…

 

Khushboo Gujarat Ki - Ambaji Khushboo Gujarat Ki - Handicraft
Khushboo Gujarat Ki - Kite Khushboo Gujarat Ki - Festival Kutch
Khushboo Gujarat Ki - Buddha Khushboo Gujarat Ki - Architectural
Khushboo Gujarat Ki - Saputara
 

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PM Modi's interaction with the beneficiaries of Rural Electrification & Saubhagya Yojana
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It was unfortunate that even after 70 years of independence, over 18,000 villages remained in dark: PM Modi
In 2005, the UPA Govt promised to electrify every village by 2009. The then President of the ruling party went a step ahead & spoke about bringing electricity to every home. None of that happened: PM
From the ramparts of the Red Fort I had announced that every village will be electrified. We walked the talk and went to every village: PM
About 14,500 villages out of the 18,000 that had not been electrified, were in Eastern India. We have changed that: PM Modi

Interacting with beneficiaries of rural electrification, PM Modi said it was unfortunate that even after 70 years of independence, 18,000 villages lacked electricity. He attacked the previous UPA government for not being able to fulfill its promise of power for all by 2009. He mentioned how the NDA Government, not only focussed on electrification but also reformed the distribution systems across the country.