If you live in Gujarat and if you love traveling, you must have come across Saputara Hill Station. It’s THE most famous hill station in Gujarat. If you’re in Saputara, this post will help you find places to visit during your sightseeing tour.
I’ve been to Saputara multiple of times. It’s 2 hour drive from my hometown. Without doubt, Saputara is really a good vacation or weekend trip destination from Surat/Mumbai/Ahmedabad.
I never get bored of Saputara.
And I also never get bored of making lists! 😛
Ropeway, aka Cable car is one the finest way to get bird’s-eye view of a place. Gujarat has 3 places where ropeway system is setup and currently in use.
Saputara Hill Station
Gabbar Hill (Ambaji)
I’ve been to all the places and experienced ropeway rides at each one of them.
One of my recent days hobby is to create list of places falling into unique characteristic. 🙂
Step by step tutorial on setting up AndroidViewClient on Windows machines.
AndroidViewClient is a python library and tools that simplifies test script creation and android test automation, providing higher level operations and the ability of obtaining the tree of Views present at any given moment on the device or emulator screen and perform operations on it.
AndroidViewClient is commonly used to create tests scripts but can be in stand-alone scripts as well. Test script creation can be even further simplified and automated by using Culebra.
Culebra is a sweet tool!
Vahanvati Sikotar Mata temple is located 7 km from Khambhat town in Ralej village. Built few meter from seashore, Sikotar Mata temple is a scenic holy place. I’ll talk about history of the place, Sikotar Mata story and will take you to a photo tour.
Janki Van is a planned forest developed by the Gujarat Social Forestry Department. Spread over 10 acres, Janki Van is all set to become the next-big-thing in the Gujarat tourism circuit. Located in the village of Bhinar near Vansda, the forest has been designed on the Ramayana theme.
Janki Van has 50,000 trees of different species, thus claiming the title of ‘tree library’ amongst the Surat visitors.