Khambhat aka Cambay is a Gujarati town in Anand district - located alongside the alluvial plain at the northern end of the Gulf of Khambhat. An important centre for oil and gas, this region is famous for its authentic halwasan Khambhat, sutarfeni, and colourful kites.
This is perhaps the one and only site in India where we still find vestiges of ancient Harappan heritage in living examples of art and craft. Native artisans procure stones from the 200 km far Rajpipla hills and carve these beautiful handicrafts.
Even for tourists, Khambhat holds several places of interest. Some of the notable destinations are: Sikotar Mata Mandir, Swaminarayan Mandir, and Jama Mosque. For the foodies, there is the mouth-watering, legendary halwasan - made through a century old recipe. You can try out a slice from famed halwais such as Brijmohan Sweets and relish its original taste.
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