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Things To Do in Rajkot

There are many places in the proximity of Hotel Regenta Central, Rajkot that you can visit and make your trip a wholesome affair. Here are a few of the notable destinations:

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Rotary Dolls Museum

The Rotary Dolls Museum is located in the city of Rajkot, State of Gujarat, India. This unique museum gives an overview of the culture and traditions of the world at large through a medium of dolls. The Rotary Club across the world have generously donated these Dolls to the Rotary Club of Rajkot Midtown.

In today's technology age, when we talk of the world being a "Global Village", we efficiently have brought the world under one roof in this Museum with more than 1600+ ethnic and traditional dolls from over 102 countries across the globe.

 

Kaba Gandhi No Delo - 7KM

This is the house where Mohandas K Gandhi's father, Karamchand Uttanchand Gandhi (Kaba Gandhi) resided at Rajkot, serving as a Diwan to the King. M K Gandhi himself spent a few years of his early life here from 1881 to 1887. This is a typical Saurashtra dela type house with a central approach from an arched gateway. It was built on 1881-81 A.D. and today it depicts an interesting photo essay of his life.

It has now been converted into a museum and consists of many belongings and pictures of him. It is also known as Gandhi Smruti.

Watson Museum - 7KM

It is one of the oldest museums in Saurashtra and also one of the largest museums in the state of Gujarat. It holds invaluable articles, artifacts, photographs and a reference library. The Watson Museum exhibits copies of artifacts from Mohenjodaro, natural history, 13th-century carvings, temple statues, costumes and design of the houses of the local tribal people. It also houses an excellent collection of traditional, archaeological items and coins. 

The museum is set up in the Queen Victoria Memorial Institute building located in Jubilee Garden, Rajkot. The museum was named in fond memory of Colonel John Watson in 1888 who was a British political agent of Kathiwar Agency from 1881 to 1889.