Gujarat is surrounded by the Arabian Sea on the west, Pakistan and Rajasthan in the north and upper east separately, Madhya Pradesh in the southeast and Maharashtra in south. Gujarat has coastline (1290km) in the state that is higher for its old temples, pure coastlines, and unforgettable city that has wonderful structural resources. The perfect time to visit Gujarat is from October to February. Ahmedabad, Sabarmati Ashram, Sarnath, Champaner, Dwarka, Bhuj, Somnath Temple, Junagarh, Saputara, Palitana and Sasangir Bhavnagar, and Porbandar are a part of the gujarat tour packages. In Gujarat, there are celebrated many festivals, some festivals are described here: Global Kite Festival: The International Kite Festival is praised on fourteenth January that harmonizes with the celebration of Uttarayan or Makar Sankranti. The celebration is praised to stamp the end of winter. On this day, the kites flew all over Gujarat, combining Ahmedabad and Baroda. This celebration denotes the development of the sun into the northern half of the globe. The divine beings that are accepted to have gone in a long rest for six long months alert and the entrances of paradise are tossed open. The guests visit the temples and alms are circulated freely in Rann Utsav Gujarat. Raksha Bandhan: On the celebration of Balev or Raksha Bandhan, the Brahmins change their holy strings. Around the same time sisters tie Rakhi on their sibling's wrist wishing them an upbeat life. The day is likewise celebrated as Nariyeli Poonam in the beach front zones of the State, where individuals revere the ocean offering coconuts. Janmashtmi: Janmashtami, the birthday of Shri Krishna, is commended with awesome magnificence in Dwarka. The primary god of Dwarka is Shri Krishna. Amid the celebration, the travelers visit the sanctuary in Dwarka from all parts of India and abroad. In this celebration, the columns of lights are lit all over, kirtans and bhajans are sung, sermons are conveyed and Krishna is venerated in his baby structure. Bhadra Purnima Fair: The Bhadra Purnima Fair is held for three days in the month of September, consistently. Ambaji is the important holy place of the goddess Ambaji in Gujarat. The god is spoken to by a triangular Vishwa yantra, carving with figures and the syllable "Shree" in the middle and there is no symbol. At night the Bhavai and garba dances are performed. Navratri: Navratri that means "nine nights" is an ancient, colorful and religious festival of Gujarat. This festival is celebrated to honor the one divine Shakti as the Mother Goddess. The Mother Goddess protects her worshipper. Navratri is celebrated for joy and enthusiasm throughout the Gujarat Dwarka Somnath Tour.