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Rann Utsav is cradled in the largest salt marsh of the world, “The Great Rann of Kutch”. It is a revival of local artisans, folk artists & musicians of Kutch, which echoes for over a period of three months.


This festival of colors, vibrancy and exclusive Kutchi lifestyle finds praise nationally and internationally. Spread across a massive 5,00,000 sq. mt., elegance comes unfolding to the picturesque full moon nights that transcends and transforms the landscape into a surreal embellishment.


Rann Utsav is a celebration of an epic magnitude. It is a celebration of life, festivities and culture of Kutch and Gujarat, which goes around for more than 107 days. The most colorful people with a rich cultural heritage grace the canvas of “White Rann”.


Your search for an exciting vacation on an exotic location will end here, this place will seem tailor made just for you and your family. Be it taking a relaxing walk down the serene White Rann under the star studded sky or taking selfies against the serene backdrop of the White Rann, visiting Rann Utsav is like investing in a lifetime of pleasant memories.





A seasonal salt marshland situated in the heart of the Thar Desert with Gujarat on one side and Pakistan’s Sind province on the other, the district spans about 7,505.22 square kilometres (2,897.78 sq mi) and is one of the largest salt deserts in the world. The Great Rann of Kutch, the Little Rann of Kutch and the Banni grasslands at the southern fringe, makes up for some 30,000 square kilometres of white lands, sweeping the Gulf of Kutch at one end, and the seat of the great Indus Valley Civilization on the other, falling in southern Pakistan.


A cradle of craftsmanship, Kutch is known for its exquisite variety of weaving, patchwork, block-printing, bandhani, tie-and-dye, rogan-art and other ethnic styles of embroidery, pottery, wood-carving, metal-crafts and shell-work. The variety emerges from the enchanting terrain that provides a perfect backdrop to an extra ordinary fair. Perhaps because the landscape is so white and ochre, even a hint of colour adds a fascinating element to the rustic life of Rann.


The staple food is khichdi (a sumptuous mix of rice cooked with pulses), kadi (A lightly-flavoured, yellow curry made with yogurt), rotla (A nutritious Indian bread made from black millet flour) and green chilli pickle. Wash it down with creamy, ice-cold chaas (buttermilk)! Round it off on a sweet note with jalebis (Indian sweetmeat) or go for dudhpak, a spiced milk and rice pudding although the range of mithais does not end with these.



Special Dates


  • DIWALI :- Nov 11
  • FULL MOON:- Nov 26
  • CHRISTMAS:- Dec 25
  • FULL MOON:- Dec 25
  • NEW YEAR:- Jan 1
  • UTTRAYAN:- Jan 14
  • WASI UTTRAYAN:- Jan 15
  • FULL MOON:- Jan 24
  • REPUBLIC DAY:- Jan 26
  • VALENTINE'S DAY:- Feb 14
  • FULL MOON:- Feb 22


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