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STATE :- Gujarat



  • 100 KM From Ahmedabad
  • 250 KM From Rajkot
  • 270 KM From Indore.


  • By Air : Baroda airport is 8 km northeast of the railway station and is linked with Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, and Pune.
  • By Rail : Baroda railway station is located on the northwestern part of the city. As Baroda is on the main Ahmedabad-Mumbai line a number of trains pass and stop at Baroda.
  • By Road : We would provide you all India tourist permit vehicles for the local transportations and also for the intercity drives too.



The city boasts of some very important historical as well as cultural heritage sites. These sites are spotted all over the town and therefore they can only be covered via private cabs.

Baroda city in Gujarat closely reflects the heritage of Maharajah Sayaji Rao III who was a dynamic ruler and a great city planner. Successive rulers added palaces, lakes and parks, making the city one of the most charming urban centers in the region. Baroda is a major tourist zone with stress to catholicity modern outlook and its cosmopolitan culture. Contemporary Baroda is important as a growing industrial city and a prominent centre for academics. The College of Fine Arts is recognized as one of the best in the country.

There are number of Baroda tourist attractions. You can take a trip to the famous monuments of Baroda or visit the stunning gardens in Baroda. Monuments in Baroda feature great architecture and speak of the glorious past. These monuments erected in memory of some great heroes have made great influences upon human life. A visit to the monuments in Baroda will transport you to the past.


  • Sayaji Bagh (Baroda Museum) : Sayaji Bag Was built by sayajirao iii in 1879 a.d. a purpose built museum in sayaji Baug between 1887 and 1894, it was shortly joined by its sister " the Picture gallery " ( 1908 - 1914 ) the collection of indian miniatures, Sculpture, textiles, objects from japan, tibet and nepal, indian and Foreign coins, wide array of items of study of science and natural history Earns for this museum a place of its own. The upper floor of the museum Building contains a section on natural history, ethnology and geology while The upper floor of the gallery building contains european paintings. The Ethnology section features the costumes and utensils of gujarati tribes.
  • Laxmi Villas Palace : Reputed as one of the most expensive buildings built in the 19th century, the elaborately designed Laxmi Villas Palace presents a fine example of the excellence of Indo-Saracenic architectural styles. It has carved cedar ceilings, a silver throne and Italian mosaic. Outside are three pleasant courtyards filled with palms, European statuary, Italian marble and stained glass. The palace also offers a huge collection of armor and sculptures that narrate the tales of a glorious ancient past. Visit to the palace is strictly on the permission from the Office of gaekwad.
  • Maharaja Fateh Singh Rao Museum : Located in the palace grounds, the museum offers royal art collection. It includes European works by Raphel, Titian and Murillo and examples of Greco-Roman, Chinese and Japanese art and collections of Raja Ravi Verma. A visit to the museum is sure to give you a deep insight into the various art forms that stand apart.
  • Tamberkar Haveli : The haveli is famous for its fresco paintings that display scenes from the great epics like Ramayana and Mahabharata.


  • Kirti Mandir : Kirti Mandir built by maharaja sayajirao - iii in 1936 a.d. to perpetuate the glorious Memory of his beloved ancestors, it is an ' e' shaped builing with domes, Terraces, balconies and a central shikhara built in hindu style. Reputed as The family vault of gaikwads, the magnificent kirti mandir is decorated With murals by nandlal bose. The visit to this place is sure to leave you Spelbound.
  • Ranchhodraiji temple : Dakor, in its earlier phases as pilgrimage center in Gujarat, was famous for the Danknath temple, a place of shiva worship. In the later phases it developed into a Vaishnavite center with the growing fame of Ranchhodraiji temple, which was built in 1772 A.D. Today this place is known not only as a pilgrimage center but also a trading center where one can get the articles related to puja, and other rituals.



Best time to visit Baroda October to March because it is the festival season of Gujarat as Navratri, Diwali and all Hindu festival in the Navratri organized night folk dances such as garba and dandiya-raas.



The summer season is from the month of March and lasts till June. The conditions are hot for most of this season. The hottest of the year is in May. Temperatures range from a minimum of 23°C and can rise up to a maximum of 36°C. Temperatures can go above 40°C in certain years.

The place gets substantial rainfall from the South West Monsoon. The monsoons bring increased humidity and conditions might be uncomfortable during this time. The monsoon starts in mid June and ends in the month of September. Torrential rainfall is interspersed with dry periods.

The winter season is from November to February. January is the coldest part of the year and this is due to the winds that blow in from the North. Temperatures range from a minimum of 15°C to a maximum of 30°C.



The most eagerly awaited festival in Baroda is the nine day festival of Navratri. All-night folk dances such as garba and dandiya-raas are organized by the royal family at the Laxmi Vilas palace. In addition, several garba mandals and garba groups organize their own events on a large scale, no expenses spared. The people of Baroda, especially its women dress up in beautiful traditional wear and dance the night away. The festival ends with Dussehra, followed twenty days later by Diwali.



The traditional Baroda food is primarily vegetarian and has a high nutritional value mostly encompasses rotli, dal or kadhi, sabzi also known as shaak and rice. People in Baroda eat one or the other type of curry along with rice and roti in almost every meal Gujarati dishes usually have a very subtle taste that makes it truly distinct from other Indian cuisines. Lot of emphasis is laid on maintaining hygiene while cooking. Most of the baroda dishes are sweet, while others have a quite larger concentration of sugar as compared to salt and spices. Sometimes, jaggery is used as an alternative to sugar.

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