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Situated on the Kathiawar peninsula, Morbi (Morvi) is a city in Gujarat. Nearly 75 per cent of ceramic production in India is undertaken in Morbi and so the city is rightly known as the 'Ceramic City of Gujarat'. Numerous Morbi attractions draw thousands of tourists from all over the country annually.
Rulers of Morbi resided in the majestic Dabargarh Palace which is now associated with great historical value. The palace, built in the 17th century, has been taken over and converted into a heritage hotel. Morbi lies on the banks of the river Machchu. The Machchu Dam built across the river offers scenic beauty with the palace in the background. The famous Mani Mandir inside the Wellingdon Secretariat exhibits intricate architectural style which represents the finesse of Rajput architecture.
Tourists must also visit the Art Deco Palace in Morbi during their stay here. It is a two storey structure built in granite, which displays strong influence of the Art Deco Movement. The sensual murals, beautifully adorned rooms and a unique bathroom made from seashells attract tourists to the place. Another interesting structure is the Suspension Bridge, better known as the Julto Pul, which swings in the air and resembles the ‘Brooklyn Bridge’.
Tourists can visit few other places of interest in and around Morbi. The Nehru Gate, popularly known as ‘Nagar Darwaza’, is a structure made in Rajput style with a central clock tower. The Green tower was built by Maharaja Lakhdhirji who took inspiration from the Eiffel Tower. While on a Morbi trip, visitors can also enjoy Gujarati cuisine among which dhokla is the most celebrated dish. Primarily vegetarian, a typical thali in this part of the country consists of roti, dal, kadhi and sabzi.
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