The Great Rann of Kutch is in district of Kutch , Gujarat state of India , between the Gulf of Kutch and the Mouth of river Sindhu ( Indus) in Pakistan , in between there is a vast flat land which is filled with sea water during the monsoons and when dried up around October a white sheet of salt gets deposit on the sea bed .
This festival or Utsav is organised to enjoy the various colors of the Rann as well as get a taste of the local culture, cuisine and hospitality. Specially built local houses are also used to house tourists to give them a taste of Gujarat and Kutch to them.
The beauty of Rann Kutch is enjoyed during the full moon nights when the wast land of salt sparkles like a white sheet all over up to where the eyes can see .
The Sunrise and Sunset at Rann are equally beautiful when Sun shows its different colors and white salt sparkles with the changing colors
Best is to stay during full moon and increasing moon nights when the sky with full moon light and the Rann with white surface gives a magical glow appearance
Accommodation are available at the venue in Swiss tents , Luxury tents and nearby villages are always ready to accommodate the guests with their huts called Bunga specially prepared keeping in view of the requirements of an urban tourist , they serve the ethnic Kutchi delicacies served with Chach ( butter milk) Rotra ( Milet bread) White butter with local available vegetables .
The Bunga are the huts constructed by using the mud and thatched roof , the interior walls and floor are plastered with mud mixed with cow dung and walls are painted with geometrical and flowers designs with a use of vegetable colors and small mirrors.
From here one can have the sightseeing trips to Pacham the island within desert surrounded three side with saline water with the highest point Kalo Dungar peak one can enjoy the vastness of Rann from here , Pakistan Border , Mandvi Sea Beach , Kot Lakhpat along with the Wildlife Safaris , Rann Safaris , Kutch Villages Dhordo and Hodka , villages famous for their finest embroidery styles , leather crafts and beautiful Bungas , one can also see the the ancient process of water harvesting in the Banni dry-lands .
The Chhari Dhand, shallow water bodies are locally known as dhand, jheel or talav , these attract lots of migratory birds in winter, with an area of almost 10 sq km. at Chhari Dhand there are more than 30,000 birds species like Dalmatian Pelican (Pelicanuscrispus), Oriental Darter (Anhingiarufa), Black necked Stork (Ephippiorhynchusasiaticus) and Indian Skimmer (Rynchopsalbicollis) migrate through these wetlands every year 32 species of Raptors have been recorded here, together with a large number of Common Cranes.
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