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Old deserted fort which was once a centre of economic activities

Hardly few families live inside the fort now. But one can imagine a bustling township earlier which... read more

Reviewed 13 February 2018
Mumbai, India
great day trip from Nakhatrana

This is not what I expected. I was surprised at the extent of the site. The place is almost a ghost... read more

Reviewed 18 January 2018
Lindon H
Hobart, Australia
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Lakhpat, India
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Reviewed 13 February 2018

Hardly few families live inside the fort now. But one can imagine a bustling township earlier which has seen a golden period.

1  Thank Madhulika_68
Reviewed 18 January 2018

This is not what I expected. I was surprised at the extent of the site. The place is almost a ghost town, but that is some of the beauty. Some of the abandoned buildings have information plaques, but it is best to research the history...More

Thank Lindon H
Reviewed 9 January 2018

If you have time in your itinerary for Kutch, it is a good day tour from Bhuj by including koteshwar temple and Narayan sarovar in the trip. The fort over all is not in a very good condition and i would say needs good care...More

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Reviewed 31 December 2017 via mobile

Lakhpat is Incredible village, first you need to understand History of town. Totally amazing. There is local resident Guide Mr. Osmabhai. He is knowledgeable. Take him he will charge 600/- for Guide and show you all places and each History. Call:-+91 8141175595, Or +919925096952

1  Thank rannofkutchin
Reviewed 22 November 2017

The town is enclosed by 7 km long 18th-century fort walls.The fort rebuilt and expanded in 1801 by Fateh Muhammad is an irregular polygon, defended by round towers and built of hard brown stone. permission is required for foreigner. get permission in Bhuj DSP office.

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Reviewed 22 August 2017

I had visited several time to Haji pir, which is about 60 KM before this fort , but this is my first time to visit here, & the experience was amazing and there are so many things to see there that u need an full...More

1  Thank Hanif C
Reviewed 14 March 2017

this fort is having nice history. its having all culture of history. once you will visit it will give you repalica of great history of ford. one nice gurudwara and Mosque is there inside.

Thank hitendra y
Reviewed 6 March 2017

After completing the religious trio of Matano Madh, Narayan Sarovar and Koteshwar, it would be prudent to head to Lakhpat fort. Bear in mind that to visit all these places in a day, one would have to start from Bhuj (if staying there) around 7...More

3  Thank Granthalok
Reviewed 20 January 2017

About 200 years ago Lakhpat was an important trading centre. A branch of the Indus flowed into the Kori creek beside the town sustaining its port. The great earthquake of 1819 forced the Indus westwards and sounded the death-knell of Lakhpat. Today the walls of...More

3  Thank Justnitid
Reviewed 14 January 2017

Unique fort on the edge of rann you can view mud water sea and great rann all around Has great front view and sunset sunrise views Their are washed stones along the walls which are great shaped and are used in local traditions

Thank dahiyamanish
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