Top 3 attractions to explore in Morbi
The district is named after Morbi city. The name of the city of Morbi (literally meaning the city of peacocks) was probably derived from the King of Bhuj.
Darbargadh Palace, arranged in Jamnagar city, was at first inherent 1540 AD, the development went on irregularly prompting a last artful culmination of history and engineering having both Rajput and European impacts. It is situated toward the east of Chandi Chowk in Jamnagar city. Jamnagar was established by Jam Shri Rawalji in 1540 and Darbargadh came to end up their in front of the rest of the competition of home. Rawalji initially had a place with Kutch.
Mani Mandir is a temple situated in the courtyard of Wellington Secretariat. The images of Laxmi Narayan, Mahakali, Ramchandraji, Radha-Krishna and Shiva are enshrined in this temple. Mani Mandir is made out of Jaipur stone with excellent workmanship and exquisitely carved elements- arches, brackets, 'jalis', 'chhatris' and 'shikhara'.
The Suspension Bridge, an engineering marvel built at the turn of the century, reflects the progressive and scientific nature of the rulers of Morbi. This was built to give a unique identity to Morbi using the latest technology available in those days, in Europe. It is 1.25 m wide and spans 233 m on the Machchhu River connecting Darbargadh Palace and Lakhdhirji Engineering College.
Map of attractions in Morbi